DELAROS OE is a company located in the island of Mykonos specializing on water resources management and marine environment investigation. It consists of water scientists specializing on water and wastewater treatment, waste management, marine depollution and other activities. We have collaborations with numerous Greek Universities and institutions of Public and Private sector. Our research covers the entire spectrum of water resources management and includes:
This company is located in Greece in Hellas (Mykonos). It has facilities for the study of field sampling strategies and environmental technologies. DELAROS owns two of the sites where the HYDROUSA demonstration systems will be installed. Specifically DELAROS owns the land in Lia of Mykonos where the innovative, agricultural rainwater harvesting system will be developed (HYDRO1) to be applied in remote agricultural areas. The cultivation sites which will be developed are also the property of DELAROS. Furthermore, DELAROS owns the infrastructure of HYDRO2 which consists of two existing water storage tanks having a size of 70 m3 and 40 m3 which are currently connected to a 110 m2 roof of a house and a series of wells which will be connected to the rainwater collection system. The company also owns a large agricultural site adjacent to the wells, which is currently irrigated using groundwater.
Investigation, monitoring and elimination of taste and odor problems in water to cover the water needs of Mykonos Island and the region of Siatista, Marathi Lake, Mykonos Vithos Lake, Pramoritsa / Siatista Kozani, Greece, 2012 - 2014
Assessment of the effectiveness of ozone disinfection on secondary and tertiary treated effluents in Psyttalia WWTP, Athens, Greece, 2009.
Studying the problem of clogging of water supply lines from deposits, Thasos Island - Greece 2014.
Intensive monitoring and investigation of eutrophication - the approach of the phenomenon of the presence of dead fish, Mykonos Island, 2015-2016.
Research and innovation project in Continuous remote monitoring and control of water quality & quantity for Surface Water Bodies, 2016 -2017
Anthropogenic pressures in the catchment area of Marathi lake, Ykonos, Greece 2016.
Vousdoukas, M.I, Velegrakis, A.F., Kontoyianni, A., Makrykosta, E. and Eleftheriou, A., 2007. Beachrocks in the Mediterranean: Morphodynamic, ecological and socio-economic impacts.
Velegrakis A.F., Trygonis V., Chatzipavlis A.E., Vousdoukas M., Ghionis G., Andreadis O., Psarros F., Karambas Th., Sifnioti D., Eleftheriou A., Petrakis S. and Hasiotis Th., 2015. High resolution morphodynamic monitoring of an island beach of the Aegean Archipelago, using a 2-D automated coastal video imagery system, Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on the Mediterranean Coastal Environment (MEDCOAST 2015), 06 - 10 October 2015, Varna, Bulgaria, 2, pp.
Andreadakis A.D., Mamais D., Vassilakos I., Nikitopoulos G., Gavalakis E.A., Noutsopoulos C., Tzimas A., Kalogerakis N. αnd Charalampaki M. (2007) “Removal of taste and odour from potable water by powdered activated carbon (PAC)”, 10th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (CEST2007), Kos, Greece.
Is an Environmentalist-Oceanographer with a Master of Science on Water Resources Science and Technology from the National Technical University of Athens. He provides advisory and consulting services in water management, coastal environment, marine ecosystems Management, Anti-Pollution.
Is a Civil Engineer from the National Technical University of Athens and member of the Technical Chamber of Greece. He has 10 years of experience working as an Engineer in the fields of Environmental Technology and Water Resources Management.
Has a Bachelor in Planning and Regional Development and is involved urban planning, urban design, urban regeneration, gentrification, brownfield, place marketing and city branding, create city maps with alternative tools, sustainable city projects and participatory planning.