The Congress in Yaoundè is the first chance in Cameroun to face the environmental challenges due to the rapid urbanisation and the recent economic development at a scientific international level. [read more]
Three IWWG Training Courses have been arranged in connection with the Sardinia 2017 Symposium.
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
The IWWG runs several task groups on a range of topics. The aim of these task groups is to coordinate interdisciplinary research and experience on these topics and discuss and disseminate related results.
In order to join the task groups an IWWG membership is required. Groups typically meet once a year, mostly in the context of an IWWG conference. The outcome of the scientific work within the groups is disseminated via the official IWWG journal Waste Management, in monographs or special publications or presented in the framework of conferences or workshops.
In order to harmonise, coordinate and facilitate the activities of the task groups, the task group leaders nominate two chair persons. In October 2011, Heijo Scharff (NV Afvalzorg, The Netherlands, TG leader "Sustainable Landfill Management") has been appointed by the MB as TGs chair. After completion of the first 3 years term, Heijo Scharff has been re-appointed for a second term in November 2014. The position of the TGs Vice Chair is currently vacant.
At present, the task groups listed on the left hand side are operational. Select individual groups for detailed information on their members, aims and objectives, current tasks, scheduled meetings and contact details.