DEKONTA has a long-standing tradition in R&D activities oriented mainly on the progressive and perspective technologies, procedures and equipment for commercial application. The development of innovative technologies for remediation of contaminated sites and for hazardous waste treatment is conducted by highly experienced team of experts.

Our research is currently focused on the following topics:

In-situ Decontamination of Groundwater

  • In-situ Chemical Oxidation (PDF I, II)
  • Hydraulic Fracturing Enhanced Remediation
  • Nanotechnologies (PDF)
  • Thermally Enhanced Anaerobic Dechlorination

Advanced Physico-Chemical Methods for Soil and Water Treatment

  • Photochemical Oxidation (PDF)
  • Electrocoagulation of Heavy Metals
  • Thermal Desorption (Classical & Microwave Heating) (PDF)
  • Membrane Contactors for Organic Pollutants Removal

Constructed Wetlands for Municipal and Surface Water Treatment

  • Wetlands for Domestic and Agriculture Pollution Control (PDF)
  • Sewage Sludge Treatment
  • Water Storage and Reuse

Waste Air Treatment

  • Thermophilic Biofiltration
  • Photochemical Oxidation
  • Odour Compounds Removal Using Plasma
  • Catalytic Microwave Treatment

Advanced Biotechnological Processes

  • Co-composting of Contaminated Soil (PDF)
  • Biodrying for Waste Sludge Treatment
  • Mycoremediation

Environmental Monitoring

  • Passive Samplers

The list of Current R&D ProjectsPDF

Articles:

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0048969717316121

Combined abiotic and biotic in-situ reduction of hexavalent chromium in groundwater using nZVI and whey_A remedial pilot test

Combined nano-biotechnology for in-situ remediation of mixed contamination of groundwater by hexavalent chromium and chlorinated solvents

Explosiva- New Biotechnology

Method for analysis of psychopharmaceuticals in real industrialwastewater and groundwater with suspended organic particulatematter using solid phase extraction disks extraction and ultra-highperformance liquid chromatography/time-of-flight massspectrometry

Nanoscale zero-valent iron application for in situ reduction of hexavalent chromium and its effects on indigenous microorganism populations

13th HCH Forum_FORUM_BOOK_2015

Within commercial research we offer processing and evaluation of feasibility studies on the above mentioned fields. Contact us