Possibilities of combined ways of treatment for selected waste types using an experimental equipment for physical waste treatment with the intention of their further use

This article presents possibilities of a unique device for industrial waste treatment using a patented process, and outlines possible future directions. This device, using different physical processes, individually or in synergy, e.g. combined effects of ultrasonic waves, focused microwave field, arc discharges, electrostatic field and the exposure to ultra-violet radiation, is intended to degrade dangerous substances in waste, reducing its hazardous properties for the environment and to prepare the waste for future applications (material or energy), i.e. separately or in combination with other technology processes, such as biotechnology.

Legislative requirements of the INSPIRE directive on hydrological data

The INSPIRE Directive is a term that has been declining in the last decade in connection with spatially localized data, so-called geodata, including hydrological data. The full title of the European Parliament and Council Directive of 14 March 2007 establishing an Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE) primarily addresses the availability, quality, organization, access and sharing of spatial information.