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Istanbulské sympozium o nanotechnologiích a kvalitě vzduchu

06.05.2005
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Istanbulské sympozium o nanotechnologiích a kvalitě vzduchu
Istanbul symposium focuses on nanotechnologies and air quality An international symposium on the application of nanotechnologies to the design and performance of membranes for removing volatile organic compounds from industrial waste air streams will be held in Istanbul, from 30 May to 1 June 2005. Organic compounds produce large quantities of waste emissions, leading not only to severe environmental pollution problems but also to significant costs. However, most existing techniques to control VOC emissions, such as adsorption, absorption, and condensation, have so far proved unsatisfactory for safety, performance and operating cost reasons. The separation and recovery of VOCs from waste air streams using membrane technology provides an attractive alternative. Membrane technologies are used for the industrial filtration of liquids and gases – not only as steps in production processes, but also as means to clean industrial exhaust gases before they reach the atmosphere. Increasingly stringent environmental regulations make such clean technologies ever more important to industry. The objective of the ANVOC symposium is to address the removal of polluting volatile organic compounds from industrial waste air streams and water using membranes that operate at the nano-scale. Conference topics will cover available technologies, modelling, and the implementation of nanotechnologies to control volatiles in current and future membranes. To encourage industrial take-up, the symposium will emphasise available applications of such membranes. The symposium is organised by the Turkish Scientific and Technical Research Council’s Marmara Research Centre (TUBITAK-MRC) with financial support from the European Commission. Co-organisers are Kocaeli University (Turkey), the University of Twente’s European Membrane Institute (the Netherlands); and the University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy (Bulgaria). ZDROJ:Istanbul symposium focuses on nanotechnologies and air quality An international symposium on the application of nanotechnologies to the design and performance of membranes for removing volatile organic compounds from industrial waste air streams will be held in Istanbul, from 30 May to 1 June 2005. Organic compounds produce large quantities of waste emissions, leading not only to severe environmental pollution problems but also to significant costs. However, most existing techniques to control VOC emissions, such as adsorption, absorption, and condensation, have so far proved unsatisfactory for safety, performance and operating cost reasons. The separation and recovery of VOCs from waste air streams using membrane technology provides an attractive alternative. Membrane technologies are used for the industrial filtration of liquids and gases – not only as steps in production processes, but also as means to clean industrial exhaust gases before they reach the atmosphere. Increasingly stringent environmental regulations make such clean technologies ever more important to industry. The objective of the ANVOC symposium is to address the removal of polluting volatile organic compounds from industrial waste air streams and water using membranes that operate at the nano-scale. Conference topics will cover available technologies, modelling, and the implementation of nanotechnologies to control volatiles in current and future membranes. To encourage industrial take-up, the symposium will emphasise available applications of such membranes. The symposium is organised by the Turkish Scientific and Technical Research Council’s Marmara Research Centre (TUBITAK-MRC) with financial support from the European Commission. Co-organisers are Kocaeli University (Turkey), the University of Twente’s European Membrane Institute (the Netherlands); and the University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy (Bulgaria). ZDROJ:Istanbul symposium focuses on nanotechnologies and air quality An international symposium on the application of nanotechnologies to the design and performance of membranes for removing volatile organic compounds from industrial waste air streams will be held in Istanbul, from 30 May to 1 June 2005. Organic compounds produce large quantities of waste emissions, leading not only to severe environmental pollution problems but also to significant costs. However, most existing techniques to control VOC emissions, such as adsorption, absorption, and condensation, have so far proved unsatisfactory for safety, performance and operating cost reasons. The separation and recovery of VOCs from waste air streams using membrane technology provides an attractive alternative. Membrane technologies are used for the industrial filtration of liquids and gases – not only as steps in production processes, but also as means to clean industrial exhaust gases before they reach the atmosphere. Increasingly stringent environmental regulations make such clean technologies ever more important to industry. The objective of the ANVOC symposium is to address the removal of polluting volatile organic compounds from industrial waste air streams and water using membranes that operate at the nano-scale. Conference topics will cover available technologies, modelling, and the implementation of nanotechnologies to control volatiles in current and future membranes. To encourage industrial take-up, the symposium will emphasise available applications of such membranes. The symposium is organised by the Turkish Scientific and Technical Research Council’s Marmara Research Centre (TUBITAK-MRC) with financial support from the European Commission. Co-organisers are Kocaeli University (Turkey), the University of Twente’s European Membrane Institute (the Netherlands); and the University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy (Bulgaria). ZDROJ:http://europa.eu.int/comm/research/industrial_technologies/articles/article_2061_en.html
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