Research & Development

Aktuelle Forschungsprojekte

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Dieses Forschungsprojekt wird gefördert:

Development of a process for treating bank filtrate water from the "Red River" in Hanoi for use as drinking water. The main aim is to separate turbid matter, heavy metals and organic compounds as well as ammonia.
This R&D project will be carried out by us between 2019 and 2022 in cooperation with TU Berlin and Thuyloi University Hanoi. The R&D project is funded by the BMBF.

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Abgeschlossene Forschungsprojekte

Development of a process for treating bank filtrate water from the "Red River" in Hanoi for use as drinking water. The main aim is to separate turbid matter, heavy metals and organic compounds as well as ammonia.
This R&D project will be carried out by us between 2019 and 2022 in cooperation with TU Berlin and Thuyloi University Hanoi. The R&D project is funded by the BMBF.

Development of a fermentation process to convert grain straw and leaves into biogas. In addition to the development of novel fermentation processes, in which the further developed Herbst-Schlaufenreaktor® is used, a further objective is that no waste materials and above all no liquid fermentation residues should be produced in the processes. According to the current state of knowledge, the dewatered digestate can be used as an organic fertiliser due to its nutrient composition and the expected stall manure-like structure. The filtrate water is fed back into the fermentation process as recyclate. Here the recyclate is used to produce the straw suspension.
The R&D projects are supported by the BMBF and BMBI respectively.

Further development of our small incineration plants with a thermal output of between 500 kW and 2,500 kW, in which organic mixed waste is to be used as fuel. These will be used in the rural catchment areas of smaller communities. They can be used to supply between 500 and 4,500 people with electrical and thermal energy. In addition to the energy supply, the incineration plants have the great advantage that a decentralised and inexpensive waste disposal system can be set up.
These plants are also equipped with flue gas and process water cleaning. With the exception of ash and slag, no waste is produced.

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