We are proud to announce that the IWWG has launched its second official journal called Detritus. [read more]
7th International Symposium on Energy from Biomass and Waste, October 15-18, 2018, Venice, Italy. Website
Special Session "Waste & Health"
During VENICE 2018 the IWWG is oranizing a special session on "Waste and Health". Abstract submissions are welcome with a deadline 10 August 2018. For more information, click here.
VI International Conference on Integrated Solid Waste & Faecal Sludge Management in South-Asian Countries, 23-24 February 2019, Khulna, Bangladesh. Website
4th Symposium of the IWWG Asian Regional Branch, 20-22 February 2019, Bangkok, Thailand. Website
* IWWG co-sponsored events
The IWWG Companies Forum provides companies and representatives from the solid waste industry with a platform for communication of their specific offers and needs. Registered companies may announce their services and products, including information on cooperation between industry, public bodies and science.
Finsterwalder Umwelttechnik - pioneering technologies for the environment
We offer our technical know-how and practical experience for the following applications:
- Soil and Groundwater Protection
- Biogas Technology
- Mechanical Engineering
- Automation Technology
Selected services for soil and groundwater protection:
We are able to investigate and evaluate each system, where aqueous emissions into soil and groundwater may occur, on a unitized basis. With the Emission Limit Analysis, we are able to assess the current state of a site and then make reliable predictions about the future conditions. The results provide a foundation in the decision making process (proof of emission safety):
- Site-specific securing and remediation of landfills, old waste deposits and contaminated sites and cases of soil and groundwater contamination with a proof of the site-specific effectiveness of the measure (mass and water balances).
- Qualified assessment of the suitability of sites for construction of interim and final storage facilities for any materials (chemo- or radio-toxic) and determination of the required facility and site conditions.