Student Coaching for Environmentally Friendly Technologies Dissertation in Greece

Updated: Aug 12, 2021

Using GreenZyme as a remediation agent, Valentino monitored and enhanced the movement of JP-5 jet fuel in an experimental glass column using a well established photographic method using a code developed with Image Processing Toolbox at Matlab.

Article Written by Lucas Evangelista

In brief, Valentinos research with GreenZyme as a hydrocarbon separator has applications in environmental containment and remediation of Jet fuel spills for airports surfaces and wastewater treatments. His work will be presented at the EGU General Assembly 2018 on 13th of April in Vienna. Valentino is close to graduation for his Environmental Engineering Diploma from Technical University of Crete / Πολυτεχνείο Κρήτης this coming April and he is currently performing an internship as a Policy Officer Assistant for European Association for the Storage of Energy (EASE) in Brussels.

Valentino and Lucas meeting in Amsterdam 2018

As a junior Engineer he will be seeking new and challenging opportunities in the industry.

The following is a link to the article where Valentinos receives credit.

Use of GreenZyme® for remediation of porous media polluted with jet fuel JP-5