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The environment is a system consisting of natural and artificial elements that are interrelated and which are modified by human action. It's the environment that affects the way of life of the society, including natural, social and cultural values that exist in a place and time.
Living beings, soil, water, air, physical objects made by man and the symbolic elements (as traditions, for example) make up the environment. The conservation of this is essential to the sustainable life of current generations and generations.
It could be said that environment includes factors physical (such as climate and geology), biological (human population, flora, fauna, water) and socioeconomic (employment, urbanization, social conflicts).

Fundamental Fields:

• Agricultural sciences (plant genetics, forestry);

• Environment engineering;

• Industrial management;

Future development directions & identified value chains:

• Responsible exploitation and sustainable management of green heritage;

• New plant genotypes with increased resistance to climate change;

• Precision agriculture;

• Biodiversity

• Enzymatic systems for pollution monitoring

• Wastewater treatment technologies;

• Waste recycling technology;    

• Smart factoring – energy efficiency and wastewater valorization ;

• Industrial water monitoring, surface and groundwater management;


➢ Activities like collecting, sorting, recycling and waste recovery from:

• Textile waste;

• Packaging (composite materials, plastic, PET bottles);

• Construction demolition and decommissioning;

 Automotive waste (tires, plastic, metal);

• Agricultural waste;

• Electrical and electronic equipment waste;

 Following actions:           

• Water recirculation and industrial water consumption reduction;

• Clean and safe water – diminishing the nitrite and nitrate level;

• Supplying the Region with drinking water;

• Sludge valorification;

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