Abstract:…l of this project involves about 300 million automotive tires discarded annually in the US and up to one billion in the whole world. This potentially disruptive innovation will deliver a sustainable solution for the pressing waste management problem of tire recycling. It will… more
Abstract:… is available to those with easy and affordable access. With decades of research towards the extraction of uranium from seawater, focus has been directed towards the selectivity of the adsorbent material, the cost of the material, and the ability of the adsorbent to be recycled.… more
Abstract:… for power transmission. Merging both power generation and food production can increase the productivity of land near population centers with greenhouses that will bring the food source closer to the consumer, extend the growing season and conserve/recycle valuable… more
Abstract:Nylon fabric is a polyamide that is lightweight, strong and durable. The fabric dries quickly when wet and provides comfort. Nylon is used in multiple applications ranging from apparel, home furnishings, industrial applications and geo-textiles. The cloth specified by this proposal is Mil-C-… more
Abstract:…lating and thermal spray coatings. Elimination of hydrogen embrittlement. Elimination of arc or grind burn damage. Improvement of environmental concerns. Elimination of relief bakes. Improved process times. Utilization of basic water (no abrasives) in a recycled… more
Abstract:…. Some specific examples include: phenolic resins, bisphenol A for producing polycarbonate, and caprolactam for producing Nylon 6. Moreover, the mild processing conditions targeted for lignin valorization together with the recyclability of ionic… more
Abstract:… in the fermenter. This requires that butanol be removed from the fermenter at the same rate that it is produced. This can be done by conventional distillation, which requires that the fermentation broth be first processed for removing the microorganisms for recycle to the… more
Abstract:…rization reactor. Low concentrations of paraffin are present in the feedstock (ethane in the case of ethylene feed and propane in the case of propylene feed). The paraffin builds up in the reactor as the olefin is consumed by reaction and reactor effluent is recycled. This… more
Abstract:… (Toxic Substances Control Act), these materials are being phased out or are forced to use expensive formaldehyde-free adhesives. Similarly, the automotive industry is under regulatory pressure in Europe to find alternatives to fire-retardant foams that cannot be … more
Abstract:…, which is estimated to be about 1500-2000 tons/year. In the case of Sm-Co magnets, about 15-30% of the ray materials were wasted as scraps in a typical SM-Co manufacturing sites. Hence REE recovery is on the verge of being the next big thing electronics recycling. To… more
Abstract:…, non-regenerative, and can impart significant breathing resistance in human powered systems. Development of a more efficient and regenerative scrubber technology will benefit WARCOM by allowing small, lighter, less logistically demanding equipment for recycling… more
Abstract:This Phase I SBIR program addresses the need for an integrated manufacturing method to recover and recycle metal removed during electrochemical machining. The proposed integrated system combines electrochemical machining, electrowinning, induced codeposition and metal ion… more
Abstract:This Phase II SBIR addresses the need for an integrated manufacturing method to recover and recycle metal removed during electrochemical machining. FARADAYIC (R)ECM combines electrochemical machining with electrowinning to eliminate sludge and recover machined metal, while… more
Abstract:Currently only ~ 1% of Lithium-ion batteries are recycled worldwide due to the fact that most cells are widely dispersed and there is little value in materials recovered from these cells using conventional recycling methods. To protect the environment and to stabilize battery… more
Abstract:… features can simplify metal processing, resulting in very clean, efficient, and low-cost oxide-to-metal production. This project will demonstrate use of the MOxST process to reduce oxides of two new rare earth metals, to reduce bastnsite ore, and to recycle… more
Abstract:…od. Polymorphic haptoglobins are to be extracted from the Cohen's fraction V or equivalent. Haptoglobin forms a complex with hemoglobin and the complex is recognized with CD-163 macrophages followed by metabolic decomposition in the liver and the components recycled. What… more
Abstract:This Small Business Innovation Research Phase I project proposes a fundamentally new means for biogas (landfill gas) desulfurization that produces less waste, allows recycle of recovered sulfur, and provides annualized operating costs a fraction of current practice. Inexpensive… more
Abstract:…eployable for mobile applications such as disaster relief and military combat scenarios where rapid and on-site sterilization is required for field surgical procedures. The simplicity and versatility of the system also provide a means to implement safe sharps-related recycling… more
Abstract:A detailed understanding of carbon cycle is limited by the availability of rapid, accurate, and easy-to-use isotope analyzers. Researchers use stable isotope data to study: 1) recycling of CO2 within forests; 2) water use efficiency; 3) partitioning carbon exchange into its… more
Abstract:… office settings. PUBLIC HEALTH RELEVANCE: This proposal will create innovative products that allow rapid, low cost, automated, multi-sample genomic DNA purification from many sample types and concentrations. The novel technology uses disposable, recyclable cassette… more
Abstract:…. Mainstream Engineering proposes a solution that integrates multiple well-defined technologies, suitable for small-scale applications, into a system that meets the objectives set by the Army. In Phase I, Mainstream will design and fabricate a greywater recycling system… more
Abstract:… demonstrated a continuous full-scale breadboard system that produced 20 gal/hr of cleaned water and consumed less than 1 kW of power. In Phase II, Mainstream will package and automate the full-scale system tested in Phase I. This first-generation greywater recycling… more
Abstract:…h technology for facile and purification-free protocols in high throughput methods (Aim #2 in Phase 1), and (6) utilization of Nb-tagged Si-particles to sequester Nb-tagged reagents/scavengers in facile and purification-free protocols and investigation into recycling of spent… more
Abstract:This Small Business Innovation Research Phase II project will develop long fiber thermoplastic (LFT) compositions based on recycled carbon fiber. In Phase I, we demonstrated the ability to make high quality LFT formulations based on (1) waste carbon fiber and (2) composites… more
Abstract:… imaging using Positron Emission Tomography (PET). The availability of the 18-labeled water feedstock is limited, costly, and with the growth in new radiopharmaceuticals, thisfeedstock will soon not be able to meet the demand. Thus, there is an urgent need to recycle the spent… more
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