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The study of recycling non-ferrous metals in the EU and the Czech Republic
Rákosník, Vítězslav ; Benešová, Libuše (advisor) ; Tonika, Jaroslav (referee)
Overall, recycling entails both advantages and disadvantages. The major advantage is saving large amounts of energy in recycling compared to primary raw material, which is another big plus for recycling non-ferrous metals - save primary raw material. The Czech Republic and many other countries are largely dependent on imports of certain raw materials (aluminum, lead, copper, etc.) or just on mentioned recycling. Nowadays, increase in the number of electrical devices (computers, mobile telephones, tablets, etc.), is recycling of scrap metal very important, because in each device occurs a certain amount of non- ferrous metals, noble metals, which can be used again. In this work will be described commonly used non-ferrous metals (properties, inventories, recovery and recycling). Theses also deal with e-waste and its management. Key words: non-ferrous metals, recycling, utilization
The study of water quality in wells Protected Landscape Area Křivolkátsko
Vobecká, Kateřina ; Benešová, Libuše (advisor) ; Tonika, Jaroslav (referee)
The water quality is an essential abiotic factor of the environment, particularly for water-linked ecosystems. It also necessary for human society for which the absence of drinking water could have disastrous consequences. This diploma thesis is focused on small resources of groundwater located in the protected area Křivoklátsko - the springs and wells. A water from the monitored wells was subjected to basic physico-chemical analysis plus some of these wells were also tested for microbiological contamination. These results were presented against current legislation and were also compared with results from Tomáš Brabenec's bachelor thesis. Key words: Křivoklátsko, wells, springs, water quality
Evaluation of the quality of water and sediments in the basin Kunratice stream
Uhrová, Adéla ; Benešová, Libuše (advisor) ; Tonika, Jaroslav (referee)
This thesis deals with the monitoring of water quality and aquatic sediments analysis in the basin of Kunratický brook. Water samples were collected at six locations during once year. The results of analysis were evaluated according to CSN 75 7221 Water quality - Classification of surface water quality and Regulation 229/2007. According to CSN 75 7221 Kunratický brook is classified as very strong polluted water. Biological consumption of oxygen, ammoniated and nitrate nitrogen meet not the conditions of environmental quality according to Regulation 229/2007. Sediment samples were collected once for whole period at 4 locations. In sediment was determine the content of metals. The results of analysis were evaluated according to Regulation 257/2009. The results were compared with limits of US EPA, specifically PEC and TEC. Sediments of pond Šeberák are full obliged. Zinc, lead and cooper are in excess of sediments of Kunratický brook. Key words: water quality, sediments quality, basin
Waste management - SUBTERRA
Pokorná, Alice ; Benešová, Libuše (advisor) ; Tonika, Jaroslav (referee)
This bachelor work is focused on the waste management of major company implementing in the field of construction work. The teoretical part is addressed in legislation dealing with issue in the Czech republic and the general issue of construction waste. In the practical section provides specific procedures especially as Subterra followed in practice their program works and on which it is implemented. I've explored waste management in practice, not only by legislation. It can be concluded that the company proceed with the implementation of their projects in accordance with the law.
Water quality in Prague streams
Krejčová, Lucie ; Benešová, Libuše (advisor) ; Tonika, Jaroslav (referee)
This work deals with water quality in five Prague's biggest streams, which are Rokytka, Botič, Litovicko-Šárecký stream, Dalejský stream and Kunratický stream. Water quality can be evaluated on the basis of physico-chemical indicators or biological indicators. In my work I use only physico-chemical indicators to evaluate water quality. In this work I focused mainly on water quality in Kunratický stream which is based on the results of regular monitoring of Lesy hl. m. Praha and also on the basis of my short-term analysis of water from the stream. The main sources of pollution of Kunraticky stream and other streams in Prague are agriculture in the upstream area (source of nitrogen and phosphorus compounds), wastewater (source of organic matter, nitrogen and phosphorus compounds) and rainwater (source of heavy metals and chlorides). It is evident from the results that these resources have an impact on water quality in streams of Prague. Among the worst indicators of water quality in the Kunratický stream there is mainly aggregate phosphorus, COD and BOD5 and it is similar in other Prague's streams. Prague streams are significantly burdened with heavy metals.

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