Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning

Prishtina, Serbia

Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning

Prishtina, Serbia
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Malsiu A.,University of Pristina HasanPrishtina | Shehu I.,University of Pristina HasanPrishtina | Demaku S.,University of Pristina HasanPrishtina | Troni N.,University of Pristina HasanPrishtina | And 2 more authors.
International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research | Year: 2016

In this work, we determinated physical, chemical parameters and concentration of heavy metals such as; Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, Cd, Mn, As, Pb and Cr in Lepenc river. During our fieldwork, we took samples in five sampling points that are presented with symbols L1, L2, L3, L4 and L5. Measurement of heavy metal is made by two analytical methods AS-Voltametry and ICP-MS, and then we draw the average of the two methods. Regarding the values of physical and chemical parameters, starting from samples taken in the L1 to L5, we expected a gradual increase. Values of Fe have had a slight increase had it noticed a significant increase from samples taken in L4; 460 ppm in L5; 730 ppm, exceeding the values according to all international standards. Based on the obtained values seen in L3 and L4 sampling points that have values for Pb; 3.74 ppm and 3.87 ppm, values that are disturbing, if water is used for watering. During this scientific work we have followed the change of physical and chemical parameters, particularly the impact of wastewater discharged from the municipality of Sterpce, the factory "Silkapor" and factory "Sharrcem" change the value heavy metal. As expected, the minimum values are L1-source, religion, <10 ppm, CO; 0.006 ppm Ni; <0.3 ppm, Cu; 0.4 ppm, Zn; 0.6 ppm Cd; <0:01 ppm, Mn; 0.5 ppm, As; 0.7 ppm Pb; 0:05 ppm and Cr; <0.5 ppm. © 2016, Global Research Online. All rights reserved.

Bozic V.,Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning | Krakovsky I.,Charles University
International Journal of Energetic Materials and Chemical Propulsion | Year: 2010

The objective of this paper is to present a new binder system that can be applied in composite rocket pro-pellants to improve the properties of these propellants, not only for better performance but also to reduce waste and pollution. This novel system is based on the oxygenated thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) binder, which consists of a multi-block segmented polyether-b-block amide (PEBA) copolymer (alternating hard and soft segments) with the addition of a plasticizer, wetting agent, and an anti-oxidant. A series of tests were conducted to determine the properties of solid rocket propellants based on this binder system. The effect of the novel TPE binder system on the burning rate and mechanical properties of ammonium perchlorate (AP)-based propellants is demonstrated. Also, the thermal behavior of these propellant compositions was studied. The results show that propellants based on the novel TPE binder have a better energy performance than today's workhorse hydroxyl-terminated polybutadine/AP propellant, possess appropriate mechanical properties, and exhibit good processing and aging characteristics at low cost. © 2010 by Begell House, Inc.

Kerolli-Mustafa M.,University of Zagreb | Lajqi-Makolli V.,Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning | Lajqi-Makolli V.,University of Tirana | Berisha-Shala S.,Europian College Juridika | And 3 more authors.
Journal of Environmental Protection and Ecology | Year: 2015

This study seeks to identify the key trends and important knowledge towards biomass and biofuels sustainability using a global assessment. The biomass is considered as the fourth largest energy source in the world after coal, oil and natural gas. It is very important to select the most promising option for using biomass under environmental, economic and resource perspective. While the electricity and heat can be provided by variety of renewable resources such as wind, sun, water, biomass, etc., the biomass showed to be the only alternative for production of transportation fuels. But biomass potential for energy production is promising nowadays. It became the most important renewable energy resource with about 10% of the annual global primary energy demand. The biomass energy has potential to be 'modernised' worldwide due to the easiest way of conversion into the most convenient forms such as gases, liquids, or electricity. This paper reviews the latest literature on biomass resources and biofuel production potential with a spatial focus on global sustainability challenge. A number of scenarios world-wide, estimating the current and future development of biomass and biofuel sustainability challenge including the case of Croatia and Kosova are given. Great amount of research is focused on the challenges of growing and harvesting the biomass use for the energy and biofuel production, sustainability of production operations and various trade possibilities. The overview shows that biomass and biofuel sustainability is influenced by several factors that affect the food security as well as socio-economic impacts. The harmonisation of well working sustainability framework and strong policy measures are essential with consideration on the impact assessment that examines the economic and environmental effects of biomass and biofuel use.

Malollari I.,University of Tirana | Kotori P.,University of Vlora | Hoxha P.,Polytechnic University of Tirana | Lici L.,Polytechnic University of Tirana | And 4 more authors.
Journal of Environmental Protection and Ecology | Year: 2016

In Albania has already grown a big ambition for mushroom production and it is reasonable to study the effect of residues coming from this activity and finding the proper way to profit useful components. For every kilogram (kg) of mushroom produced, about 5 kg of SMS is generated and, traditionally, has been discarded as waste. The fast increase in mushroom production worldwide has resulted in large quantities of SMS. These great amounts of waste can cause environmental problems, which has led to increased research to develop technologies for treating wasted spent mushroom. Spent mushroom substrate (SMS) is the substrate left over after mushroom harvesting.

Krasniqi I.,University of Business and Technology | Krasniqi D.,University of Prishtina | Krasniqi G.,Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning
IFAC Proceedings Volumes (IFAC-PapersOnline) | Year: 2013

The paper will address the strategic management of local governance policy and waste management practices in the municipality of Prishtina. Rapid urbanization has made waste management a serious problem today. The perception of the people has always been that it is a responsibility of the local government bodies. This paper will include the evaluation of available and practical alternatives and techniques, initiating a practical waste recycling methodology, and promoting 3R, Reduce, Reuse and Recycle waste and improve the management in the waste sector for the local municipality level. Copyright © 2013 IFAC.

Tahirp F.,Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning | Mrasorp Z.,Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning | Orana I.,Kosovo Environmental Protection Agency | Balaj I.,Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning | Makolli V.L.,Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning
Journal of Environmental Protection and Ecology | Year: 2012

Large amount of organic domestic waste, gardens, stables, and fast decomposition time, inadequate treatment (except in the landfill), makes their harmful impact on environment. Research on the generation of organic waste is made in summer, in three areas of the city, which differ by socio-economic structure. The methodology of data collection and data processing was carried out with measurements of kitchen organic waste in these areas for 21 days in a row, 7 families were engaged from each area, organic waste was collected separately from other wastes and then they were weighted. The research was focused on data collection of organic domestic waste and established methods of their treatment. From the measurements and calculations made, the amount of organic domestic waste produced in this season is approximately 252 g/inh/day or 77% of the total quantity of municipality waste, this amount varies depending on the seasons when measurements was made but it does not fall below 35%. In general, the amount of organic waste in Kosovo includes organic stables and gardens waste, but they are not included in this paper.

Petkovic G.,Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning
NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security | Year: 2011

This paper addresses the issue of emergency response and risk management- in the countries of South-Eastern Europe (SEE). A number of multilateral environmental agreements have been adopted by countries of SEE in order to better prevent disasters and reduce their consequences. However, those texts aim at strengthening international cooperation for emergency relief after environmental disasters (industrial or natural). In the light of considering the implementation of international obligations at the national level, the state of legislative and institutional framework in SEE is analysed and some specific actions are proposed. © Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2011.

Plakolli F.,Pristine | Beqiri L.P.,Pristine | Millaku A.,Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning
Materiali in Tehnologije | Year: 2010

Coal, as an important source of energy, is very often the subject of study for scientists from the areas of chemistry, physics, technology, and biology, etc. In Kosovo, large deposits of coal, in the form of lignite, can be found. Lignite is mostly used to produce electrical energy; however, the interest of the country of Kosovo is to study many of the aspects of lignite. In this paper an analysis of the microflora of lignite from the mine in the locality of Mirash, near Kastriot, is presented. With modern microbiological methods, the density, assortment, and some of the morphological and physiological characteristics of bacteria (heterotrophic, proteolytic, amilolytics, lypolytic and celulolytic) were determined and aerobic bacteria and fungi (yeasts and moulds) were investigated also. The samples of lignite were analyzed for physic-chemical attributes, for example, a determination of ash, and of C, O, H, N, S, carbonates, silicates, etc. The biomass of the isolated microflora from lignite was submitted for a chemical analysis and an astounding number of bacterial microflora and fungal was found. A composition chemical link between the coal and the microbial biomass was observed: the values of C, O, N, and H were found to be approximately similar in the coal and the bacterial mass.

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