Management of each municipality, region or state needs for its decision-making and planning basic input data, which prove actual facts. The easiest way to obtain data on production and waste management is to monitor at pre-set regular intervals.
Contribution to the history of research of wastewater treatment technologies in the Water Research Institute
In the past, research on water purification technologies was carried out according to a different key than now. In addition to achieving the highest possible cleaning effect, the aim was also to reduce costs, simplify construction processes and often bypass the ignorance of know-how in operating abroad technologies.
Biowaste or waste subject to the anaerobic or aerobic decomposition has become a problematic component of the municipal waste due to the use of green spaces, especially in the large cities with a high population density.
Biochar has a wide range of applications in the field of water technology, not only as part of the technological solution for water purification and treatment, but also as a material produced from waste products of this technology. In the article we consider the perspective of this application and the possibility and need for its research.
On March 21, 2018, a seminar on the assessment of surface water status for the period 2013–2015 was held at the Novotného lávka in Prague, under the auspices of the Waste Waters-Purity Waters Group. The event was organized by the Czech Science and Technology Water Management Company.
At the time of changing climatic conditions and reducing the quantity of raw material it is necessary to start saving water and raw materials.
Quality of sludges and wastes from household and small wastewater treatment plants and their utilization in agriculture management
The aim of this article is to introduce partial sections of the research projects TA02020128 and TA02021032 (Technology Agency of the Czech Republic). These parts of the projects pay attention to the issue of quality of sludge and other wastes produced in wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) using activated sludge process, anaerobic processes (including septics) and extensive (natural) wastewater treatment plants (with horizontal subsurface flow reed-beds), which also include mechanical pre-treatment.