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Voronezh State Academy of Forestry and Technologies - KBBE.2011.1.2-02: Reducing mineral fertilisers and chemicals use in agriculture by recycling treated organic waste as compost and bio-char products; KBBE.2011.3.4-01: BioWASTE – Novel biotechnological approaches for transforming industrial and/or municipal biowaste into bioproducts – SICA

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Date of filling in 13.09.2010
Organization name Voronezh State Academy of Forestry and Technologies
Organization adress Timiryazeva str,8, Voronezh, Russia
Department/Unit Chemistry department
Contact person Belchinskaya Larisa Ivanovna, Head of Chemistry department of Voronezh State Academy of Forestry and Technologies, professor
Phone +7-4732-537659
Fax +7-4732-537651
E-Mail chem@vglta.vrn.ru,
yonk@mail.ru
Web-site http://www.vglta.vrn.ru
Organization type
  • Research
  • Education
Special Programme
Theme
Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and Biotechnology (KBBE)
Call identifier
FP7-KBBE-2011-5-SME
Topic number KBBE.2011.1.2-02: Reducing mineral fertilisers and chemicals use in agriculture by recycling treated organic waste as compost and bio-char products; KBBE.2011.3.4-01: BioWASTE – Novel biotechnological approaches for transforming industrial and/or municipal biowaste into bioproducts – SICA
Call Deadline 25 January 2011. 17:00 Brussel time
Short description of the organization (max 12 lines): The central theme of researches, carried out by the chemical staff of Voronezh state academy of forestry and technologies under direction of Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor Larisa Belchinskaya, refers to ecologization of furniture enterprises, that is to sterilization and utilization of waste products of furniture enterprises. For this purpose cheap natural accessible nanoporous sorbents, subjected to different types of modification are used. Their using allows mincing considerably concentration of high toxic organic compounds in gas bursts of woodworking enterprises and their emission from furniture, fiberboard, flake board, Medium Density Fiberboard, veneer wood and other adhesive-bonded materials, reducing number of toxicants in industrial waste waters. Neutralized ammonia-tar waste waters, including urea-formaldehyde gums, utilize in agroecosystems as antiseptic for seed cultivation, in the capacity of nitrogenous fertilizer and woody plant growth stimulant, hard emulsion fraction with processed sorbents utilizes in building mortar and plaster as a binder.
Expertise offered The implementation of these projects will be directed to application of waste waters from furniture industry, containing urea-formaldehyde resin as: 1) Fertilizer for crops: 2) Disinfectant of compost; 3) Germination stimulant for seeds of wood plants.
Scientific keywords Ecology; wastes; Fertilizers; Stimulants; Crops
Publications on the topic (other references)
  • Belchinskaya L.I. Reduction of sterol concentration in gas bursts of furniture plants / L.I. Belchinskaya, L. V. Kondratieva// Ecology and Industry of Russia. –May, 2005. – 36-39.
  • Belchinskaya L.I. Using of waste waters, formed by SHF-vacuum drying of oak wood/ L.I. Belchinskaya, А. M.Bombin, L. V. Kondratieva, А. К.Butorina, Т. V. Vostrikova// Ecology and Industry of Russia. –August, 2005. – P.20-22.
  • Butorina, А. К. Studying of waste water dependence on cytogenetic figures of Bétula péndula[Text] / А. К. Butorina, Т. V. Vostrikova, L.I. Belchinskaya, L. V. Kondratieva //Forestry. – 2006. - № 1. – P. 6-8.
  • Belchinskaya L.I. Complex recycling of waste waters of by-product-coking industry with lamellar silicates / L.I. Belchinskaya, А. V. Bondarenko, К. А. Kozlov// Ecology and Industry of Russia. –March, 2007. – P. 10-11.
  • Strelnikova, О.Y. Peculiarities of formaldehyde adsorption on zeolite, modified by organosiloxans / О.Y. Strelnikova, L.I. Belchinskaya, О.V. Voitcheva// Sorptional and chromotografic processes. – 2007. – V. 7. –Is.4. – P. 703-708.
  • Novikova L.А. Adsorption of acetic acid on natural and alkali-activated montmorillonite / L. А.Novikova, L.I. Belchinskaya, F. Ressner// Sorptional and chromotografic processes. – 2007. – V. 7. – Is.5. – P. 741-745.
  • Belchinskaya L.I. Dependence of temperature of processing and impulse magnetic field on adsorption by clinoptilolite of formaldehyde fume / L.I. Belchinskaya, N. А. Hodosova, А. Т. Kozlov// Sorptional and chromotografic processes.– 2008. – V.8. – Is. 1. – P.147-152.
  • Belchinskaya L.I. Increasing of adsorption selection of nanoporious clinoptilolite with hydrofobization by organosiloxans / L.I. Belchinskaya, О. Y. Strelnikova, L. А.Novikova, F.Ressner, О. V. Voitcheva// Physicochemistry of surface and protection of materials.– 2008. – V. 44. - № 4. – P.419-422.
  • Belchinskaya L.I. Formaldehyde adsorption onmineral nanoporious sorbates, processed with impulse magnetic field / L.I. Belchinskaya, N. А. Hodosova, L. А. Bityuckaya// Physicochemistry of surface and protection of materials – 2009.– V.45. № 2. – P. 218-221.
  • Belchinskaya L.I. Lowering of ecological harm to environment by using vegetable fillers in veneer production / L.I. Belchinskaya, О. V. Lavlinskaya, N. А. Hodosova // Ecology and Industry of Russia. –September, 2009. – P.40-42.
Description of previous and present experience in International Cooperation - 2004-2006 - Postdoc-scholarships within the frames of “Michail Lomonosov” Program under support of DAAD and Russian Ministry of Education. - Preparation of a project proposal for the FP7-Cooperation Work Programme: Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and Biotechnologies; KBBE-2008-2B ECOWASTE “Eco-chemicals from organic wastes for sustainable land-use” together with the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology Germany. - Application and partner search for the FP7- Cooperation Programme FP7-ENV-2009-1 and project topic «Application of zeolites, clay minerals and several industrial wastes as eco-sorbents for development of environment protecting and resource-saving technologies». Preparation of a project proposal for the FP7-Cooperation Work Programme: Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and Biotechnologies; KBBE-2008-2B ECOWASTE “Eco-chemicals from organic wastes for sustainable land-use” together with the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology Germany.
Previous participation in EU’s Framework Programme projects