World Competition of Green Inventions 2013
World Competition of Green Inventions – 2013
As the name implies a green invention is one that has a “green” purpose. Green inventions are environmentally friendly inventions that often involve: pollution-determination, energy efficiency, recycling, safety and health concerns, renewable resources, and more. Inventors should know that green inventions and clean technologies are good business now. These are fast growing markets. Consumers should know that buying realized green inventions can reduce the energy bill and that goods based on green inventions are often safer and healthier products.
World Competition of Green Inventions 2013 was organized by International Federation of Inventors’ Associations (IFIA) and hosted by International Trade Fair in Nuremberg, Germany held from 31 October – 3 November.
The inventors showed their willingness to ensure a healthier and greener environment by their strong participation in the green competition. The participant’s applications were registered in IFIA Information Booth (Nuremberg, Messezentrum Hal 12) on 31 October at 10:00 – 18:00. 64 eco inventions from 15 countries were registered and marked by IFIA green invention logo containing registry number.
Evaluation and prizes
IFIA ECO Jury evaluated the registered green inventions on 1-2 November. The best green inventions won the “Green Invention Oscar” and other excellent green inventions were rewarded IFIA Glory Medals and IFIA Diplomas. The Green Inventions’ Competition Award Ceremony was organized on 3 November at 10:00 , Nuremberg, Messezentrum Hal 12, IENA Stage.
Juan Valero (Spain):
1- Stop Dessert: “Tree Torrent”- collects runoff and regulates waters
2- Modular integrated treatment system for runoff water
3- Green firebreaks
He won the IFIA Cup too.
Bae Taewan (Korea, Rep. of):
Heat sink with improved heat dissipation
He won the “New Time” Medal too.
Mohd Mustafa Al-Bakri Abdullah (Malaysia):
Alkaline activated environmental friendly composite materials
He won the Prize of ASIS too.
Tang Fuping et al. (China):
Manufacturing and application method for converter coolant using metallurgical waste as raw material
He won the Prize of UCII too.
IFIA Glory Medal
Chin Suk Fun (Malaysia):
Magnetic cellulose aerogel with high oil absorption capacity
Huang Chun-Ming, Lo Hung-Yueh, Shen Yu-Hao,
Liao Wei-Chun, Lo Ting-Chung and Huang En-Li (Taiwan):
Convection air-conditioning heater
Seyyed Milad Abrishamifar and Amir Pashapour (Iran):
Biodegradable plastic without use of chemicals and hazardous materials
Dmitriy Chirkst, Olga Cherimisina, Olga Lobacheva,
Tatyana Litvinova and Natalia Dzhevaga (Russia):
Simultaneous production of rare-earth metals as part of treatment of low-grade mineral raw materials
Remsi Ziba, Ajrovait, Momcula Jordanoski and
Valentina Pelivanovska (Macedonia):
Technical and technological solution for the treatment and processing of waste sludge from the purification plants stations for municipal waste-water and gaining of combined organic-mineral fertilizer
Zbigniew Rogulski and Andrzej Czerwinski (Poland):
Hydrometallurgical recycling of spent zinc-carbon and alkaline batteries
IFIA Laurel Wreath
Dr. Abd Rashid Abdul Aziz (Malaysia):
Multi frequency vibration energy generator and Free piston linear generator using waste heat
Yang Qingwei, Shenhua Guohua and others (China):
Seawater desalination plant operating on the evaporation principle
IFIA Green Oscar Prize
Dr. Aleksii Onipko (Ukraine):
Spiral wind turbine with generator