The project "Organic Solid Wastes Recycling and Energy Comprehensive Utilization Technology Research and Industrialization" Successfully passed Acceptance Inspection
On June 3, 2013, the project "Organic Solid Wastes Recycling and Energy Comprehensive Utilization Technology Research and Industrialization" was held in Huizhou. The project was undertaken by Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, Chinese Academy of Sciences (GIEC) and other six units.
After hearing an overall report made by Prof. CHEN Yong, the project director, the inspection team reviewed relevant materials and questioned about the key technology of waste material recycling use, industrialization system formation, etc. Thus, the expert team gave fully affirmation to scientific research and industrial achievements that have been achieved, acknowledged that the project has completed the research task stipulated in the contract, and the funds were properly used. At last, the expert team unanimously approved successful acceptance of the project.
Using organic solid wastes as raw materials, Prof. CHEN Yong and his team tries to carry out research through the design and correspondent utilization of nutrients and energy elements, starting from the common elements of C/H/O/N/P. At last, the team successfully developed the technology of organic solid wastes heat transformation and biological transformation based on the degradation differences, and also the technology of biological conversion and heat transfer. Moreover, outfits and high-valued green products which have independent intellectual property rights were also constructed. These technologies and products were applied in Shenzhen ZhuoChao investment Co.LTD, Guangdong food group Co.LTD and Guangdong huizhou sludge company companies, etc, and had achieved obvious economic and social benefits.
The research accomplishments won the second prize of National Science and Technology Progress Prize. During the implementation, the team applied for 16 national invention patents, among which 10 were authorized, and also published 18 papers, including 10 SCI/EI papers.