Aeroschup technology received high praise from EU experts


Scientists from the TSU Biological Institute recently demonstrated their Aeroschup technology in Riga, Latvia, and in Klaipeda, Lithuania. The technology for cleaning bottom sediments from oil and petroleum products was tested on the Port of Riga, and the port of Klaipeda was examined. The innovative approach for water ecosystem rehabilitation fascinated private oil-processing companies and ecologists, who noted how important it is to create unique green technologies like Aeroschup. The scientists plan to make the technology work on solar power by 2023.

 The TSU technology drew a lot of interest. The authority of the Freeport of Riga, local journalists, and representatives of private oil-processing companies arrived to see the technology in action. At the Port of Klaipeda, the Aeroschup team met up with the local ecologists who monitor water ecosystems. They all noted the innovative approach and effectiveness of the TSU-developed technology.

“The condition of the Port of Riga is the result of decades of pollution starting from the First World War,” said Viesturs Zeps, chairman of the Freeport of Riga board. “We are looking for effective technologies and approaches to solve this problem. We are satisfied with our collaboration with PurOceans Technology (a company promoting Aeroschup in the global market) and their results are evident.”

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