Dekonta will be present at IFAT, the World’s Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management.
Visit us at hall B4 stand 337. Please contact our International Business Manager Davide Messana (email@example.com) to schedule a meeting and receive a free ticket for the trade fair.
Our R&D team developed a new technology for the treatment of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and undesidered odours from waste air emissions. Our thermophilic bacteria are able to work under higher temperature (up to 75°) than the default 30° with an important saving on operational and investment cost (no need of cooling system). Thanks to this innovative concept, Dekonta offers a more competitive and unique portfolio for your air emission treatment. Our technology won a seal of excellence from the European Commission:
DEKONTA won a public tender of the Czech Development Agency for the implementation of the project “Capacity Building in the Field of Sound Management of Chemicals”.
The aim of this capacity building project in the field of sound management of chemicals is to increase the number of transposed EU environmental legislation into Georgian national legislation. The preparation of the legislative framework and the strengthening of the implementation and control capacities of Georgian institutions will create prerequisites for a future systemic solution for the proper management of chemicals at a standard international level in line with EU rules.
The project will outline the existing legislation and competencies of individual authorities on the management of chemical substances in Georgia, a concept for the harmonization of existing legislation with the requirements of the EU REACH and CLP regulations will be drawn up. Also a draft of Chemical Substances Act and a proposal for a methodology for effective control of obligations of these Regulations will be elaborated. Within the project, the capacity of Georgian institutions and selected groups of manufacturers, users, importers and distributors of chemicals in the area of chemical marketing will be strengthened through training and workshops.
The main subcontractor is MEDISTYL, s.r.o., and the main partners of the project in Georgia are the Ministry of the Environment and the Ministry of Agriculture. The project was launched at the end of 2017 and should be completed by November 2020.