New Impact Factor of the WM journal

The official journal of the IWWG, Waste Management, has reached a new all-time high impact factor: 4.030


IWWG Training Courses

Three IWWG Training Courses have been arranged in connection with the Sardinia 2017 Symposium.

SARDINIA 2017

16th International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium, 2 - 6 October 2017, Santa Margherita di Pula, Cagliari, Italy. Website; Call for Abstracts

IWWG Russia and NIS Regional Branch: International Scientific Conference

The IWWG Regional Branch for Russia and NIS is co-organizing the III International Scientific Conference "From Waste Management to Resource Recovery" to be held 30 Nov.-1 Dec. 2017 in Perm, Russia.

* IWWG co-sponsored events







Waste Management Journal

The official Journal of IWWG is Waste Management, published by Elsevier, and edited by Raffaello Cossu with a highly qualified team of Associate Editors.

Impact factor (June 2017): 4.030

The Journal is devoted to the presentation and discussion of information on the generation, characterization, monitoring, treatment, handling, reuse and ultimate disposal of solid wastes, both in industrialized and economically developing countries. The Journal addresses various types of solid wastes including municipal (e.g., residential, institutional, commercial, light industrial), agricultural, and special (e.g., C & D, health care, household hazardous wastes, sewage sludge).

Waste Management is designed for scientists, engineers, and managers, regardless of their discipline, who are involved in scientific, technical and other issues related to solid waste management. Emphasis is placed on integrated approaches. These approaches require the blending of technical and non-technical factors. Although the dissemination and application of innovative technical information is extremely important, the implementation of sustainable waste management practices also requires a thorough understanding of the pertinent legal, social, economic, and regulatory issues involved.

 

 

 

The Journal strives to present a mix of subject matter that will best serve to help the reader understand the breadth of issues related to solid waste management. The following are some of the major areas in which papers are solicited:

  • Generation and characterization
  • Minimization
  • Recycling and reuse
  • Storage, collection, transport, and transfer
  • Treatment (mechanical, biological, chemical, thermal, other)
  • Landfill disposal (including design, monitoring, remediation of old sites)
  • Environmental considerations
  • Financial and marketing aspects
  • Policy and regulations
  • Education and training
  • Planning and implementation