Amount of non-repayable aid: HUF 593.297.569
Project title: Development of environmentally friendly water purification methods to meet international needs through the use of regenerable adsorbents with increased efficiency and production technology
A consortium led by Pureco Ltd. and our company, Puraset Ltd. and Bay Zoltán Nonprofit Ltd. submitted a grant application for the GINOP PLUSZ-2.1.1-21 call for proposals entitled Stimulating Corporate Research, Development, and Innovation Activities under the Széchenyi Plan Plus Economic Development and Innovation Operational Programme Plus. Following a successful application, the grant decision was based on the non-refundable EU grant of HUF 593.29 million at a rate of 67.44 %. The project aims to develop a target-specific, ready-for-sale water treatment product range, based on proprietary production technology and measurement and validation results, as well as a regeneration technology and processes to minimize hazardous waste from adsorbent production/use and regeneration, which can be sold on the water treatment technology market.
The key elements of the project are the definition of R&D directions for adsorbent development, the production of new adsorbents suitable for water treatment, the R&D of new material compositions and manufacturing technologies for adsorbents not commercially available, and the development of a measurement-qualification system for adsorbent material compositions, development of technologies for adsorbent regeneration, development of technologies to minimize the amount of hazardous waste generated during adsorbent production and regeneration, testing of adsorbents in an environment representative of actual operating conditions, adsorbent supply and the establishment of a technology database. The EU grant will help the consortium members to finance the salary costs of the project staff, the materials and equipment needed for R&D activities, and the fees of external experts. The project will be carried out in Jászfényszaru and Szeged, starting on 1 April 2022 and expected to end on 20 March 2025.Details
The trial period of our first project in Ghana, the PurAID® modular, mobile, pallet-based water purification plant in Akim Wenchi, has been successfully completed. The PurAID® will be used to remove iron and manganese contaminants as well as disease-causing bacteria from the water in the town of 12,000 inhabitants.Details
High level of attendance at the world's largest trade fair for environmental technologies, we welcomed more than 100 direct visitors from 23 countries at our booth as co-exhibitor of the Pureco Group of Companies.Details
The Hungarian Water and Wastewater Technology Association (MaSzeSz) organised its annual conference this year in cooperation with the University of Public Service, Faculty of Water Sciences focusing on the sustainability of water utility services.Details
During his visit to Ghana in January, President János Áder visited the Kumasi wastewater treatment plant, which was designed and built by Hungarian engineers.During the programme, a PurAID® drinking water treatment plant was handed over to the CEO of the Jospong Group of Companies.Details
Last Saturday, in the framework of the last consolidation of the Explosive Physics course, the students of the Explosive Engineering course were introduced to the field of explosive metal working. The session took place at the headquarters of Puraset Water & Metal Solutions Ltd. in Jászfényszaru.Details
A significant proportion of the population in developing countries live in rural areas in small communities of a few thousand people or less. Their water supply comes from millions of wells, most of which are heavily polluted.Details
Our last research for CERN was to develop a technology that allows the splices of low-temperature superconducting cables to be in a superconducting state as well, meaning that no voltage is applied to them.
Our expansion into the Far East began with Vietnam, where arsenic contamination of drinking water is a huge problem
During the reconstruction of the waterworks in Hajdúbagos, two containers provided the supply of healthy drinking water to the citizens