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    WCWM 2021 - 2nd World Conference on Waste Management 2021

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    Website https://wastemanagementconferences.com/ | Edit Freely

    Category westmanagement; landfills; incineration; environmental remediation

    Deadline: November 04, 2020 | Date: March 04, 2021-March 05, 2021

    Venue/Country: Hotel Taj Samudra, Colombo, Sri Lanka

    Updated: 2020-07-15 00:43:29 (GMT+9)

    Call For Papers - CFP

    Welcome to WCWM 2021

    The Second World Conference on Waste Management 2021 will bring scientists, researchers, activists and practitioners from academia and industry to elaborate scientific ideas, share experiences, discuss environmental issues, and find innovative strategies for waste management. The Organizing Committee is gearing up for exciting and informative Conference including keynote and plenary session, research presentations, recognition awards, industry talks, workshops and High Standard Publication Opportunities with many networking opportunities. WCWM 2021 is a great industry gathering for companies to present their products, services, innovations and to build contacts with international delegates.

    Background

    Looking beyond the current take-make-dispose model, a circular economy is predominantly framed as a means for circulating materials within the businesses as economically as possible, for as long as possible. It is a mechanism for keeping materials out of the waste streams otherwise destined to reach landfills, waterways or open dumps. It is based on three principles; design out waste and pollution, keep products and materials in use and regenerate natural systems. Underpinned by a transition to a more sustainable economy, Circular Economy indicates pathways for industries and communities to transit to a more sustainable economy, to reduce or eliminate waste through development of new business models, eco-designs, and sustainable consumption and production strategies.

    About the conference

    WCWM 2021 provides a wonderful opportunity for you to enhance your knowledge and share ideas about the newest interdisciplinary approaches in Waste Management and Recycling. The conference will feature renowned speakers representing both academia and industry who are experts in waste management.

    The conference also offers a global platform to create new contacts in the field of Waste Management and Recycling by providing valuable networking time.

    Conference Tracks

    WCWM 2021 welcomes papers with the following topics but not limited to,

    01.Environmental Pollution

    02.Socio-environmental impacts of waste management

    03.Pollution Control Technologies

    04.Waste Avoidance and Minimization

    05.Solid waste management

    06.E- waste Management

    07.Industrial waste management

    08.Hazardous waste management

    09.Plastic waste management

    10.Materials Recovery from waste

    11.Recycling and Upcycling

    12.Bioenergy and Biofuels from waste

    13.Waste to Energy

    14.Landfills

    15.Incineration

    16.Advanced technologies in waste management

    17.Composting

    18.Waste-based businesses

    19.Waste governance, regulations and policies

    20.Circular economy and Materials flow management

    21.Wastewater management

    22.Sludge Management

    23.Environmental Remediation

    24.Value Addition to waste

    25.Cleaner production technologies

    26.Innovations in waste management

    27.Clean management technology

    28.Air pollution

    Call for papers : https://wastemanagementconferences.com/call-for-papers/


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