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Is Plasma Catalysis an alternative for small-scale ammonia synthesis?
Plastic sorting is an essential part of waste management. However, the presence of multilayered plastic makes sorting much more challenging.
What is the effect of washing pre-treatment and fate of chlorine? The influence of different washing procedures was investigated.
The predictability of pyrolysis yields and product composition of mixed plastics has been studied.
In this publication the sortability of 16 packaging materials to create 2 dummy benchmark streams was determined.
A simple and efficient procedure for the selection of essential pixels/wavelengths in HSI data sets is introduced with a high potential for application in industrial plastic sorting.
The Carbon Transition Model maps out raw material, energy and emission flows in order to predict how to achieve sustainability.
Several OSN membranes were tested on three industrially relevant model mixtures by 5 different partners.
Een volledig elektrisch stikstoffixatieproces op basis van integratie van plasma-stikstofactivering op een water electrolyser.
New, mild pulping technologies based on natural Deep Eutectic Solvents lead to a significantly more sustainable process that is energy-, cost- and resource-effective.
A method of partially crosslinking a polymer solution prior to casting was successful for the preparation of solvent-tolerant nanofiltration membranes.
Pulsed compression is introduced for the conversion of methane, by pyrolysis, into ethylene.
The ECWRTI Consortium has charted the prospects of the EColoRO concept for extensive wastewater re-use in textile industry.
The ECWRTI project sets a leading industrial example by demonstrating the scale-up of the EColoRO concept in the textile sector.
This project was about the regeneration of Deep Eutectic Solvent (DES) used in the pulping of wood.
In this project we developed a fast screening process to study the delignification capability of novel Deep Eutectic Solvents.
2-MHTF was found as a suitable extractant for lignin recovery from a DES comprised of choline chloride and L-lactic acid.