Our laboratory is profoundly dedicated to open new horizons to cope with emerging environmental concerns such as air, water, and soil pollution. In order to provide cost effective, specific and high-capacity adsorbents for serving wastewater treatment, agricultural wastes (i.e. corncob, coir pith, shrimp shell, macadamia nut-shell, and rice husk) have been utilized as raw materials to prepare highly-efficient absorbents, which can dramatically eliminate all kinds of heavy metals, organic substances and highly soluble dyes from waste water. Lab scale and pilot plant are regularly tested and studied to obtain the essential parameters for supporting the in situ operation.
    Latterly, highly competent technology for printing wastewater treatment has been developed by remediation laboratory. For    example, treatment system of off-set, flexography and screen printing wastewater is     shown as below.
    The system for treatment of off-set, flexography and screen printing wastewater from printing industry.
    Furthermore, remediation laboratory research also emphasizes on phytoremediation of wastewater/soil containing heavy metals/organic substances along with contaminated air by local Thai plants. In order to achieve our goal, we screen some Thai local plants to identify the ones with magnificent capabilities to remove or neutralize hazardous environmental contaminants.