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6th International Conference on Recycling: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, will be organized around the theme “Regenerate from Waste”

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With the global growth in production and processing, the amount of production wastes and end-of-life products is constantly rising. Research studies highlight that by 2025 the solid wastes will reach over 2 billion tones per year; this creates a high demand for new technologies and processes for effective recycling and reuse. Nanotechnology can impact the recycling industry in three major categories: the recycling of nanomaterials, the recycling of solid wastes by nanoprocessing, and the improvement of existing processes in order to reduce the amount of wastes generated. The market is witnessing many small- and medium entities dealing with one specific product or nanoprocess for waste management.

  • Track 1-1Nanotechnology for the Recycling of Industrial Waste Water
  • Track 1-2Nanotechnology-based Process for End-of-Life Tire Recycling
  • Track 1-3Nanostructured Filter and Flat Filament for Infrared Light Recycling
  • Track 1-4Nanotechnology: The Future of Water Recycling?
  • Track 1-5Nanotechnology, Nanowaste and Their Effects on Ecosystems
  • Track 1-6Treatment and Remediation
  • Track 1-7Bio-inspired nanomaterial’s and their applications
  • Track 1-8Nanotechnology for sustainable energy production

When most people think of renewable energy, they think of wind, solar and hydroelectric. However, there’s another source of energy that is created every day across the globe: trash.

Over the years, Waste Management has made investments to put the waste we manage to reuse. In some case, that means recycling, while in other cases that means creating energy. At about 130 disposal sites, we use naturally-occurring landfill gas to power homes and businesses. Just recently, we even developed the technology to convert landfill gas into a fuel our fleet vehicles can run on.

Like wind and solar, landfill-gas is a renewable source of energy endorsed by the Environmental Protection Agency as an alternative to fossil fuels, like natural gas, coal and oil. Using landfills, we produce over 550 megawatts of electricity, which is enough to power more than 440,000 homes. This amount of energy is equivalent to offsetting over 2.2 million tons of coal per year.

 

  • Track 2-1Wind energy and Solar Energy
  • Track 2-2Hydroelectric energy
  • Track 2-3Geothermal Power
  • Track 2-4Biomass Conversion
  • Track 2-5Hydrogen and Fuel cells
  • Track 2-6Renewable Energy for Power and Heat
  • Track 2-7Solar thermal and photovoltaics
  • Track 2-8Energy Recycling
  • Track 2-9Waste heat recovery

Bioenergy is renewable energy made available from materials derived from biological sources. Though wood is still our largest biomass energy resource, the other sources which can be utilized include plants, residues from agriculture or forestry, and the organic component of municipal and industrial wastes. Even the fumes from landfills can be used as a biomass energy source. Biohydrogen is a potential biofuel obtainable from both cultivation and from waste organic materials. Though hydrogen is produced from non-renewable technologies such as steam reformation of natural gas (~50% of global H2 supply), petroleum refining (~30%) and gasification of coal (~20%), green algae (including Chlamydomonas reinhardtii) and cyanobacteria offer an alternative route to renewable H2 production. Steam reforming of methane (biogas) produced by anaerobic digestion of organic waste, can be utilized for biohydrogen as well.  Bioplastics are any plastic material that is either biobased, biodegradable, or features both properties. They are derived from renewable biomass sources, such as vegetable fats and oils, corn starch, or microbiota. Bioelectricity is the production of electric potentials and currents within/by living organisms. Bioelectric potentials are generated by a variety of biological processes and generally range in strength from one to a few hundred millivolts. 

  • Track 3-1Bio Energy Recycling
  • Track 3-2Biomass production for bioenergy using Recycled Wastewater
  • Track 3-3National Bioenergy Programmes : Economic, Political and Social issues
  • Track 3-4Bioenergy Transition and Conversion
  • Track 3-5Next Generation Renewable Energy Technologies
  • Track 3-6Applications of Bio Energy
  • Track 3-7Bioenergy Supply Management Strategies

Chemical wastes  are the waste generally produced from chemical industries or by research laboratories and comprises of harmful compounds or substances. A chemical substance is a form of matter that has constant chemical composition and characteristic properties. It cannot be separated into components by physical separation methods, without breaking chemical bonds.  Chemical substances can be elements, chemical, ions or alloys. Waste organic solvents especially non chlorinated solvents, waste elementary mercury, spent acids and bases are the usually the chemical substances that are recycled. Chemical waste recycling process is generally carried out by pyrolysis, degradation by heat in absence of Oxygen or air, or vacuum

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  • Track 4-1Recycling organic solvents
  • Track 4-2Recycling Mercury containing waste
  • Track 4-3Recycling Polycarbonate waste
  • Track 4-4Recycling photographic waste for recovering Silver

Sustainable energy is energy that is consumed at insignificant rates compared to its supply and with manageable collateral effects, especially environmental effects. Another common definition of sustainable energy is an energy system that serves the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. The organizing principle for sustainability is sustainable development, which includes the four interconnected domains: ecology, economics, politics and culture. Sustainability science is the study of sustainable development and environmental science.

Technologies promote sustainable energy including renewable energy sources, such as hydroelectricity, solar energy, wind energy, wave power, geothermal energy, bioenergy, tidal power and also technologies designed to improve energy efficiency. Costs have decreased imenselly throughout the years, and continue to fall. Increasingly, effective government policies support investor confidence and these markets are expanding. Considerable progress is being made in the energy transition from fossil fuels to ecologically sustainable systems, to the point where many studies support 100% renewable energy.

  • Track 5-1Renewable Energy Technologies
  • Track 5-2Green Energy and Green Power
  • Track 5-3Solar and Space-Based Solar Power
  • Track 5-4Wind and Biomass
  • Track 5-5Geothermal and Hydrogen
  • Track 5-6Clean Energy Investments
  • Track 5-7Energy efficiency and Smart-grid technology
  • Track 5-8Sustainable Approaches for Food Waste Management and Nutrient Recycling

Hazardous waste is a waste with properties that make it dangerous or potentially harmful to human health or the environment. Hazardous waste recycling regulations were designed to promote the reuse and reclamation of useful materials in a manner that is safe and protective of human health and the environment. Hazardous waste should never be thrown in the trash or recycling bin, flushed down the toilet or dumped down the drain or storm sewer. Recycling hazardous waste, rather than disposing of it, can significantly reduce your costs and regulatory and safety obligations.  A hazardous waste is a special type of waste because it cannot be disposed of by common means like other by-products of our everyday lives. Depending on the physical state of the waste, treatment and solidification processes might be required. Minimizing or eliminating hazardous waste before it is generated is usually the most cost-effective and environmentally-protective.

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Recycling Council Of Alberta, USA;  Arizona Organics Products Committee, USA;  Southwest Public Recycling Association, USA; California Resource Recovery Association, USA

 
  • Track 6-1 Regulations for Recycling Hazardous Waste
  • Track 6-2House Hold Hazardous Waste

Energy recycling is the energy recovery process of utilizing energy that would normally be wasted, usually by converting it into electricity or thermal energy. Undertaken at manufacturing facilities, power plants, and large institutions such as hospitals and universities, it significantly increases efficiency, thereby reducing energy costs and greenhouse gas pollution simultaneously. The process is noted for its potential to mitigate global warming profitably. This work is usually done in the form of combined heat and power (also called cogeneration) or waste heat recovery.

  • Track 7-1Energy from waste policy
  • Track 7-2Potential Benefits of Energy Efficiency
  • Track 7-3Distribution Generation Policy
  • Track 7-4Emissions Reduction Policy
  • Track 7-5Potential Benefits of Energy Efficiency

Electronic waste or e-waste  is the term used to describe old, end-of-life or discarded appliances using electricity. It includes computers, consumer electronics, fridges etc which have been disposed of by their original users. These electronic products are made from valuable resources and materials, including metals, plastics, and glass, all of which require energy to mine and manufacture. Electronic waste contains deposits of precious metal estimated to be between 40 and 50 times richer than ores mined from the earth. Electronics Recycling has the breadth of services, depth of resources and nationwide partners, and facilities capable of serving the electronic waste recycling needs of all industries. One of the major challenges is recycling the printed circuit boards from the electronic wastes. The circuit boards contain such precious metals as gold, silver, platinum, etc. and such base metals as copper, iron, aluminum, etc.  All Green Electronics Recycling’s, zero landfill policy not only helps preserve the environment, but also protects our environment from unnecessary risk.

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Recycling Council Of Alberta, USA;  Arizona Organics Products Committee, USA;  Southwest Public Recycling Association, USA; California Resource Recovery Association, USA

  • Track 8-1Recycling House hold appliances

Renewable energy can contribute to "social and economic development, energy access, secure energy supply, climate change mitigation, and the reduction of negative environmental and health impacts". Under favourable circumstances, cost savings in comparison to non-renewable energy use exist.

  • Track 9-1Renewable energy technologies and markets
  • Track 9-2Integration into present and future energy systems
  • Track 9-3Renewable energy and sustainable development.
  • Track 9-4Mitigation Potentials and Costs
  • Track 9-5Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Plastic recycling  is the process of recovering plastic material from scrap or waste plastic and reprocessing that material into useful products, sometimes completely different in form from their original state. Plastic is not normally biodegradable, recycling it is part of global efforts to reduce plastic in the waste stream, especially the approximately eight million metric tons of plastic waste that enter the earth's ocean every year. Plastic recycling includes melting down soft drink bottles and then casting them as plastic chairs and tables. Compared with lucrative recycling of metal, and similar to the low value of glass, plastic, polymers recycling is often more challenging because of low density and low value. There are also numerous technical hurdles to overcome during plastic waste recycling.

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Recycling Council Of Alberta, USA;  Arizona Organics Products Committee, USA;  Southwest Public Recycling Association, USA; California Resource Recovery Association, USA

  • Track 10-1Recycling Plastic Bottles
  • Track 10-2Recycling Waste polymers
  • Track 10-3Recycling of Waste plastic Materials

Solid wastes can be defined as any discarded or abandoned materials. Solid wastes can be solid, liquid, and semi-solid or containerized gaseous material. Solid waste includes waste tires, garbage, scrap metal, latex paints, compressed gas cylinders etc. Waste management is the process of treating solid wastes and offers variety of solutions for recycling items that don’t belong to trash.  Waste management is collection, transportation, and disposal of garbage, sewage and other waste products. Garbage can be used as a valuable resource.  Waste management disposes of the products and substances that you have use in a safe and efficient manner. The biggest advantage of the recycling solid waste is that it can reduce the volume of solid waste to 20 to 30 per cent of the original volume, decreases the space they take up and reduce the stress on landfills.

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Recycling Council Of Alberta, USA;  Arizona Organics Products Committee, USA;  Southwest Public Recycling Association, USA; California Resource Recovery Association, USA

  • Track 11-1Municipal Solid Waste Treatment
  • Track 11-2Disaster waste recycling
  • Track 11-3Waste Disposal Engineering
  • Track 11-4Hazardous Waste Treatment
  • Track 11-5Agriculture Solid Waste Treatment

According to the present market scenario, a significant attractive and viable development in the recycling market  has been noticed. Moreover, environmental concerns, high commodity prices and increased regulation are making recycling market to increase drastically. In the last five years, demand for products manufactured with recycled goods has risen. As a result, the recycling facilities industry has experienced sustained growth. Furthermore, in the next five years, rise in environmental awareness will continue to spread throughout the US as well rest of the world population; demand will continue rising, as new regulations require manufacturers to use more recycled goods.  Government of each and every country is allotting grants to recycling the waste and implementing projects to reuse the material. For example England Government is funding grants for seven recycling projects and according to that at least 75% waste should recover from the landfill by 2021. The grants allotted for each project as follows $5 million to Dial-A-Dump to build a new commercial and industrial waste facility, $5 million to Resource Co Asia (Australia) to establish a new facility to recover dry mixed commercial and industrial waste, $2.645 million to Bio Coal to develop a new facility to recover organic material from kerbside residual waste.

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Recycling Council Of Alberta, USA;  Arizona Organics Products Committee, USA;  Southwest Public Recycling Association, USA; California Resource Recovery Association, USA

Waste management engineers organise and manage waste disposal, collection, and recycling facilities. They may also be responsible for waste treatment and street cleaning operations. Some posts combine waste management and recycling functions, while others split them into separate jobs. 

Tasks often include overseeing waste management schemes, such as at landfill sites; supervising the transport of waste so that air, land or water sources are not contaminated; assisting with the development, promotion and implementation of new waste disposal schemes; ensuring compliance with current legislation in the transportation, handling and disposal of waste; collating statistics and compiling reports, often to strict deadlines; dealing with enquiries and complaints from members of the public; investigating and following up claims of illegal dumping; consulting with residents, community groups, councillors, housing associations and traders’ associations about waste management issues, identifying their requirements and providing appropriate solutions; developing research projects; and contributing to the activities of national groups concerned with waste disposal. 

Recycling means the remanufacturing of recovered materials, as opposed to re-use, where the recovered product is simply re-used for similar purposes, e.g. beverage bottles. 
Recycling of waste involves the separation at source of recyclable materials from the general waste stream and the re-use of these materials. 

  • Track 13-1Materials Recycled in architectural engineering
  • Track 13-2Trends & techniques in waste management
  • Track 13-3Waste reduction in Environmental Architecture
  • Track 13-4Diaper Recycling Technology

Rubber recycling is the process of recycling of rubber products such as vehicle tires, industrial rubber scraps that are no longer suitable for use on vehicles due to wear or irreparable damages such as punctures and permanent damage. These tires are among the largest and most problematic sources of waste, due to the large volume produced, their durability, and the fact they contain a number of components that are ecologically problematic. It is estimated that 259 million tires are discarded annually in the 1980s and 1990s.

 

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Recycling Council Of Alberta, USA;  Arizona Organics Products Committee, USA;  Southwest Public Recycling Association, USA; California Resource Recovery Association, USA

 

  • Track 14-1Vulcanisation
  • Track 14-2Recovery of Rubber
  • Track 14-3Synthetic Rubber
  • Track 14-4Recycling of Waste Rubber
  • Track 14-5Vacuum Distillation

The main forms of organic wastes are household food wasteagricultural waste, human and animal waste. Organic materials originate from plants and animals. Organic waste comes  from Fruits and vegetables, Meat, poultry, sea food, bakery items and ingredients, Paper products, Ice cream, yogurt, cottage cheese, Plants, cut flowers, potting soil etc. Organic wastes are usually dumped in landfills; it undergoes anaerobic decomposition and generates methane. Organic wastes are utilized in agriculture mainly for improving the soil physical and chemical properties and for nutrient sources for growing crops. The major source of organic waste used in agriculture is animal manure, but small amounts of food processing and other industrial wastes are also applied to land.

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Recycling Council Of Alberta, USA;  Arizona Organics Products Committee, USA;  Southwest Public Recycling Association, USA; California Resource Recovery Association, USA

  • Track 15-1Organic Waste Disposal
  • Track 15-2Recycling of Organic Waste in Agriculture
  • Track 15-3Recycling of Agro Industrial Wastes
  • Track 15-4Organic Waste Recycling Technology and Management
  • Track 15-5Organic Food Waste Recycling
  • Track 15-6 Organic Radio Active Wastes
  • Track 15-7Solid Waste Disposal

Petrochemicals are derived from various chemical compounds, mainly from hydrocarbons and these hydrocarbons are derived from crude oil and natural gas. Petroleum gases, naphtha, kerosene and gas oil are the main feed stocks for petrochemical industry. Petrochemical industry plays a vital role in economic growth and development of manufacturing sector. Oil recycling is needed for waste oil or used oil. Oil that has been contaminated with substances that may or may not be hazardous is termed as waste oil. Whereas used oil is defined as any petroleum or synthetic oil that has been used such that a clear change happens in the physical and chemical properties of the oil. Both the used oil and waste oil need to properly recycled or disposed in order to avoid environmental problems.  Generally waste oils are used as hydraulic oil, transmission oil, brake fluids, motor oil, crankcase oil, gear box oil, synthetic oil etc.

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Recycling Council Of Alberta, USA;  Arizona Organics Products Committee, USA;  Southwest Public Recycling Association, USA; California Resource Recovery Association, USA

 

  • Track 16-1Oil Recycling
  • Track 16-2Used Motor oil recycling
  • Track 16-3Recycling Refinery and Petrochemical effluents
  • Track 16-4Recycling of Lubricants, fuels and other Liquid Wastes
  • Track 16-5 Hydro finishing

Waste legislation establishes a new framework to modernize waste management and resource recovery practices. It will promote waste avoidance and reduction and encourage resource recovery and efficiency. The legislation concerns the agricultural production, the waste management and the energy sector. The waste legislation contains a suite of measures to reduce waste generation and landfill disposal and encourage recycling. Solid waste management is one among the basic essential services available to keep urban centers clean.

 

  • Track 17-1Waste Management Legislation
  • Track 17-2Waste Disposal Installations
  • Track 17-3Waste Permits and Licenses
  • Track 17-4Environmental Ethics and Green energy

In simple, Waste management can be defined as the collection, transport, processing or disposal, managing and monitoring of waste materials to minimize its' consequences on humans and environment. Based on the type of the waste generated, there are several methods available for their treatment and reuse. These waste management strategies help to reduce pollution. For example, by recycling waste and wastewater, we can reduce air pollution as well as water pollution. Aerobic oxidation, anaerobic digestion, composting, landfills, incineration etc are some of the methods for waste and water treatment.

 

  • Track 18-1Aerobic oxidation
  • Track 18-2Landfills
  • Track 18-3Incineration
  • Track 18-4Composting
  • Track 18-5Pyrolysis
  • Track 18-6Bio-drying
  • Track 18-7Chemical Oxidation
  • Track 18-8Biochemical Oxidation
  • Track 18-9Bio-electrochemical treatment Systems
  • Track 18-10Microbial Fuel cell
  • Track 18-11Microbial Electrolytic Treatment
  • Track 18-12Anaerobic Digestion
  • Track 18-13Construction Waste Management

Wastewater can be recycled and provides a valuable resource, one way limiting its effect on the environment. Water recycling is reusing treated wastewater for beneficial purposes such as agricultural and landscape irrigation, industrial processes, and toilet flushing, and replenishing a ground water basin. Recycled water for landscape irrigation requires less treatment than recycled water for drinking water. Water recycling has proven to be effective and successful in creating a new and reliable water supply without compromising public health. Recycling waste and grey water requires far less energy than treating salt water using a desalination system. At present, using recycled water has been increasing in many parts of the United States as well many countries around the world in order to accommodate the needs of the environment and growing water supply demands.

 

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  • Track 19-1Domestic Wastewater Treatment
  • Track 19-2Agricultural Wastewater Treatment
  • Track 19-3Chemical Wastewater Treatment
  • Track 19-4Brewery Wastewater Treatment
  • Track 19-5Dye Wastewater Treatment
  • Track 19-6Tanning Industrial Wastewater Treatment
  • Track 19-7Pharmaceutical Wastewater Treatment
  • Track 19-8Dairy Wastewater Treatment
  • Track 19-9Brine Wastewater Treatment

Biofuels are fuels produced directly or indirectly from organic material – biomass – including plant materials and animal waste.

Overall, bioenergy covers approximately 10% of the total world energy demand. Traditional unprocessed biomass such as fuelwood, charcoal and animal dung accounts for most of this and represents the main source of energy for a large number of people in developing countries who use it mainly for cooking and heating.More advanced and efficient conversion technologies now allow the extraction of biofuels from materials such as wood, crops and waste material. Biofuels can be solid, gaseous or liquid, even though the term is often used in the literature in a narrow sense to refer only to liquid biofuels for transport. Biofuels may be derived from agricultural crops, including conventional food plants or from special energy crops. Biofuels may also be derived from forestry, agricultural or fishery products or municipal wastes, as well as from agro-industry, food industry and food service by-products and wastes.

  • Track 20-1Recycled Biofuel By-products
  • Track 20-2Biofuels in developing economies
  • Track 20-3Biodiesel
  • Track 20-4Aviation Biofuels
  • Track 20-5Bio refinery and Bio diversity
  • Track 20-6Algae Biofuels
  • Track 20-7Recycling of Solid Waste for Biofuels
  • Track 20-8Food Waste Recycled as Biofuel
  • Track 20-9Cooking Oil Recycling

Recycling-2017 enables a distinctive platform for converting potential ideas into great business. The present conference will bring together a broad participation came from Entrepreneurs, Proposers, Investors, international financial organizations, business associations, academia and professionals in the field of recycling, waste management and its related sciences. This investment meet facilitates the most enhanced and practical business for engaging people in to constructive discussions, evaluation and execution of promising business.