The IWWG Regional Branch for Russia and NIS is co-organizing the IV International Scientific Conference "From Waste Management to Resource Recovery" to be held 5-6 Dec. 2019 in Perm, Russia.
Fourth IWWG - RUNISRB Symposium
IV Symposium of the Regional Branch for Russia and NIS of International Waste Working Group
Perm, Russian Federation, 5 - 6 December 2019
The IV International Scientific Conference "FROM WASTE MANAGEMENT TO RESOURCE RECOVERY" will be held in December 5 – 6, 2019 in Perm National Research Polytechnic University (PNRPU). The conference is being organized by Environmental Protection Department of PNRPU in cooperation with IWWG Regional Branch for Russia and New Independent States (IWWG-RUNISRB).
The conference is devoted to waste treatment technologies, green economy, application of remote sensing for environmental monitoring, and responsible research and innovation.
Within the framework of the conference a series of international experts’ workshops in the field of waste management will be held.
Perm National Research Polytechnic University
Komsomolsky ave. 29, 614013 Perm, Russia
Anna TSYBINA, Coordinator
VII International conference on Hazardous and Industrial Waste Management
Chania, Crete, Greece. 15 - 18 September, 2020
Organized by: IWWG, Technical University of Crete, University of Padua, Hamburg University of Technology, Tsinghua University
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The 7th international conference on industrial and hazardous waste management CRETE 2020 will be held in Chania (Crete - Greece), September 15 - 18, 2020. CRETE 2020 will mark the 12th anniversary of this unique IWWG conference series, which is jointly organized by the Technical University of Crete, the University of Padua, the Hamburg University of Technology and Tsinghua University of Beijing.
Conference topics have been chosen in order to allow a holistic approach of industrial and hazardous waste management and create an even more appealing, interesting and riveting Conference program.
- Industrial and Hazardous Waste (IHW): Regulations, Legislation & Characterization
- Producer Responsibility and Hazardous Compounds in Products
- IHW Management: Emission Control, Concepts & Practices
- IHW Minimization & Recycling: Optimized Production Processes, Re-utilization, Waste Stock Market, etc.
- Toxicological & Safety Aspects of IHW / Contaminated Sites Management
- Design & Operation of IHW Treatment Plants & Disposal Sites: Recycling Plants, Incinerators, Chemical/ Physical Treatment Plants, Landfills, Intermediate Storage Facilities, etc.
- Contaminant Release & Transport: Processes, LCA, Risk Assessment
- Environmental Toxicology of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs), persistent Biocides and Pesticides
- Formation and Destruction of Halogenated Dioxins, PAHs, Biphenyls and Similar Compounds
- Remediation of Contaminated Sites & Groundwater
- Remediation of Mines and Treatment of Mine Residues
- Special Waste Management: Medical, Radioactive, Agro-Industrial and Pharmaceutical Waste, Production Residues, Asbestos, WEEE, etc.
- Catastrophes and War: Effects on the Environment, Impact, Remediation
- Pollution of Marine Environment by Plastic Debris & other Waste
- IHW Energy Management Concepts: Energy Reduction and Recovery
- Social Aspects of IHW Management: Public Acceptance, Public Involvement, Information Policy, Safety Aspects
- Aspects of Global Pollution: Reduction of diffuse Emissions, Targets for acceptable Water, Air & Soil Contamination (Planetary Boundaries), etc.
- Reduction of Air Pollution by advanced Industrial Emission Control
- New Ways of Education in the Field of IHW in Schools, Universities & the Public: Virtual Reality, Advanced Internet Utilization (Presentations, Communication, Courses, etc.), Waste and Art, etc.
- Case Studies
- Industrial Company Presentations and Forum
The Call for Abstracts will open soon.
We will be honored to welcome you all to Chania, once again and receive your contribution to the conduction of a really interesting and successful Conference.
CRETE 2020 Conference Seretariat
Tel. +30 28210 37790
Fax. + 30 28210 37850