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17th International Expo on Recycling and Waste Management

Recycling Expo – 2021 proudly invites contributors across the world to “17th International Expo on Recycling and Waste Management” during July 26-27, 2021 in Paris, France, which has prompt Keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions. We are delighted to mention that it’s the 17th International Expo on Recycling and Waste Management which can be held in a beautiful city of Paris, France and hence we invite you all to attend and register.

17th International Expo on Recycling and Waste Management is principally based on the theme “Reduce and Recycle waste for Green Planet.’’ We warmly welcome all the participants of World’s leading Scientists, Researchers and students to attend the Convention. We offer a platform for young Researchers and Students to present their Research through oral Presentations through which they will develop a foundation for collaboration among young Researchers.

The Organizing committee aims at setting a platform for all the budding Scientists and Researchers to present their real-time work and share their views and aspects associated with the theme of the Conference. The Organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative Conference program including plenary Lectures, Symposia, Workshops on a spread of topics, Poster presentations and various programs for participants from everywhere the globe.

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Summary:

The increasing trend in Recycling and Waste Management has increased. Recycling is a way of life. Once we’ve made that option to implement all the steps of recycling in our daily lives, and keep on with that choice every single day, recycling becomes habit to us. Sure there’ll be lapses; it’s challenging for us creatures of habit. But no matter, we press on. Every small contribution to the recycling movement and therefore the initiative to guard the environment adds up to how our present Society eventually shapes our Nation’s and the Earth’s future. Waste Management or Waste disposal is all the activities and actions required to manage waste from its inception to its final disposal. Very one among us has a crucial role to play in reducing the amount of waste buried in landfills. Sorting waste so as to recycle or compost it are efficient means to reduce garbage.

But why should we do it?

1. Because our consuming habits have evolved considerably since the previous generation. We consume more intensely as new products are put on the market and consequently, we produce an ever increasing amount of waste. Two-third of that waste can be either recycled or composted.

2. Because waste ending up in landfills produces leachate and landfill biogas that are harmful for the water we drink and the air we breathe. Biogas contains mainly methane, a greenhouse gas that is 29% more powerful than carbon dioxide (CO2).

3. Because the Management of our waste is a clean way of living that shows how much we respect the people closest to us. Waste sorting decisions we make today will encourage our children to learn and influence the quality of life of future generations.

Why to Attend?

The Conference will provide a forum for exchange of recent Research results among Researchers from all across the globe focused on learning and sharing Knowledge upon use of recycling and for discussion of future challenges in implementation and application of latest Technologies and advances during this field. With members from round the world focused on learning about Recycling and Waste Management, this is often your single best opportunity to succeed in the most important assemblage of participants from all over the World. Conduct demonstrations, distribute information, meet with current and potential customers, make a splash with a new line, and receive name recognition at this 2-day event. Best Opportunity to Meet World-renowned speakers and to learn and share the most recent techniques, Theories and Technologies in the field of Recycling and Waste management. 17th International Expo on Recycling and Waste Management is an exciting opportunity to showcase the new Technology, the new products of your Company, and/or the service your Industry may offer to a broad International audience. It covers a lot of topics and it will be a nice platform to showcase their recent Researches on Recycling and Waste Management and other interesting topics.

Target Audience:

  • ​Research Scientists
  • Recycling Associations
  • Recycling Industries
  • Recycling Researchers
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Environmental Academia’s
  • Ecologists
  • Green Energy Training Institutes
  • Chemical Engineers
  • Environmental Engineers
  • Waste Management Associations

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Sessions/Tracks

Track 1: Recycling – Reduce, Reuse and Recovery:

Recycling, recovery and reprocessing of waste materials to be used in new products. The simple phases in recycling are the series of waste materials, their processing or manufacture into new products, and therefore the purchase of these products, which can then themselves be recycled. Typical substances that are recycled encompass iron and metal scrap, aluminium cans, glass bottles, paper, wood, and plastics. The materials reused in recycling serve as substitutes for raw materials bought from such increasingly more scarce herbal assets as petroleum, herbal gas, coal, mineral ores, and trees. Recycling can help minimize the portions of strong waste deposited in landfills, which have become increasingly expensive. Recycling also reduces the air pollution of air, water, and land ensuing from waste disposal.

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Track 2: Waste Management Techniques:

Waste management methods contain the gathering, transportation, and recycling or disposal of waste. It encompasses management processes and resources that ensure the suited managing of waste products. Management of the resources entails the preservation of the waste transportation vehicles and therefore the dumping amenities in order that they suit the environmental rules as nicely as health codes. the most important goal of waste management is to stay far from the unfavorable results of wastes to human fitness and the natural environment. Waste substances can additionally be altogether kinds of matter, which are gaseous, liquids, radioactive matter, and solid. Consistent with waste management companies, there are several waste administration techniques. These strategies vary from one kingdom to a different one. It also differs from industrial and residential areas.

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Track 3: Environmental Chemistry:

Environmental chemistry is that the study of the sources, reactions, transport, and fates of chemical species involving all environmental spheres. Environmental Chemistry involves the A2Z of Chemistry that a person is linked to the present earth consisting of the Chemistry of his own body. It involves the determine about of the chemistry of air he breaths, the water he drinks, the soil from the place he gets his food. It also involves the chemistry of commercial Processes, products, till the produce is mingled again into nature in an eco-friendly way.

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Track 4: Hazardous Waste Management:

Hazardous-waste management, the gathering, treatment, and disposal of waste matter that, when improperly handled, can motive sizable harm to human health and safety or to the environment. Hazardous wastes can take the structure of solids, liquids, sludge’s, or contained gases, and that they are generated especially by way of chemical production, manufacturing, and different industrial activities. These are labelled on the foundation of their biological, chemical, and physical properties. These homes generate materials that are toxic, reactive, ignitable, corrosive, infectious, or radioactive.

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Track 5: E-Waste Recycling:

E-waste can be categorized on the basis of its composition and components. Ferrous and nonferrous metals, glass, plastics, pollutants, and different are the six categories of substances said for e-waste composition. Electronic waste is one among the unexpectedly developing environmental troubles of the world and in the other hand e-waste recycling helps slow down on production waste. The composition of e-waste is diverse, containing greater than 1,000 different toxic and non-toxic substances.

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Track 6: Marine Plastic Pollution:

The main sources of marine plastic are land-based, from cities and storm runoff, sewer overflows, seashore visitors, insufficient waste disposal and management, industrial activities, building, and unlawful dumping. Ocean-based plastic originates typically from the fishing industry, nautical things to undertake and do, and aquaculture. The foremost seen and worrying impacts of marine plastics are the ingestion, suffocation, and entanglement of plenty of marine species.

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Track 7: Waste Water Treatments:

Waste water treatments consists of a mixture of physical, chemical, and biological procedures and operations to get rid of solids, organic matter and, sometimes, nutrients from wastewater. Its remedy ambitions at reducing the contaminants to appropriate ranges to form the water protected for discharge again into the environment.

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Track 8: Paper Recycling:

Paper is one the fabric which will be easily recycled. The technique of waste paper recycling most frequently entails mixing used/old paper with water and chemicals to interrupt it down. Recycled paper is paper that won’t to be made up of paper and paper merchandise that has already been used and recovered. Recycling paper conserves natural resources, saves energy, reduces greenhouse fuel emissions, and maintains landfill space free for other sorts of trash that cannot be recycled.

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Track 9: Plastic Recycling:

Plastic recycling refers to the technique of convalescing waste or scrap plastic and reprocessing the materials into functional and useful products. Recycling of plastic is to reduce high rates of plastic pollution while placing less stress on virgin substances to produce brand new plastic products. This approach helps to conserve sources and diverts plastics from landfills or unintended locations such as oceans.

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Track 10: Industrial Waste Recycling:

Industrial waste is one among the foremost essential sources of raw substances for producing solid waste fuels like residue derived gasoline (RDF) and solid recovered gas (SRF). Recycling your industrial waste (hazardous or non-hazardous) presents many benefits to organization. Recycling reduces the charges you’d in the other case incur removing unused substances and by-products.

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Track 11: Chemical Waste Recovery:

Chemical waste recovery system covers the safe disposal of chemical wastes whilst imposing industry great practice in wastes. Chemical waste is a waste that is made from dangerous chemical compounds in general produced via giant factories. A chemical hazardous waste is a solid, liquid, or gaseous fabric that shows a hazardous Characteristic.

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Track 12: Remote Sensing and Satellite Technology:

Remote Sensing refers to the science of identification of Earth surface features and estimation of their biophysical properties using electromagnetic radiation as a medium of interaction. Satellite technology in an equatorial circular orbit at a distance is approximately 42,164km from the Earth station, i.e. approximately 35,787km above mean sea level, which has a period equal to the Earth’s rotation on its axis and would remain geostationary over the same point on the Earth equator.

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Track 13: Bio- Electrochemical Treatment Systems:

Bio-Electrochemical Treatment Systems use microorganisms to catalyze distinct electrochemical reactions, as properly as generating electrical strength from wastes, the era of many extraordinary chemical products or biofuels, and the removal of organic or inorganic compounds from water flows. Groundwater, as the foremost aid of consuming water, is normally characterised through low conductivity (less than 1 MS cm-1. The improvement of Bio-Electrochemical treatment device requires knowledge in electrochemistry, materials, sciences, microbiology, engineering, and other fields.

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Track 14: Bioremediation:

Bioremediation is the procedure of the usage of organisms to neutralize or do away with infection from waste. It is very vital to apprehend that this form of waste remediation makes use of no toxic chemicals, though it may also use an organism that can be harmful beneath positive circumstances. It is turning into the technological know-how of desire for the remediation of many contaminated environments, specifically sites contaminated with petroleum hydrocarbons. Bioremediation stimulates the growth of certain microbes that use contaminants as a supply of food and energy.

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Track 15: Energy from Organic Waste:

The organic waste from breweries, coffee shops, dairy farms, and slaughterhouses can supply energy to hundreds of typical homes each day. Proper management and recycling of huge volumes of food waste are required to reduce its environmental burdens and to minimize risks to human health. Food waste is indeed an untapped resource with great potential for energy production. Utilization of food waste for energy conversion currently represents a challenge.

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Track 16: Environmental impact Assessment:

The objective of Environmental Impact Assessment is to rectify and evaluate the potential impacts of development and projects on the environmental system.

The objective of Environmental Impact Assessment is

  • To identify, predict and classify the economic, environmental and social impact of development activities
  • To provide information on the environmental consequences for decision making and
  • To promote environmentally sound and sustainable development through the identification of appropriate alternatives and mitigation measures.       

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Track 17: Microbial Fuel Cell Technology:

microbial fuel cell (MFC) is a bio-electrochemical machine that harnesses the strength of breathing microbes to convert organic substrates directly into electrical energy. At its core, the MFC is a fuel cell, which transforms chemical power into electrical energy using oxidation reduction reactions. A microbial fuel cell made with collaboration of micro fluids, micro/Nano technology, and bioenergy.

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Track 18: Waste Treatment Technologies:

There are large sorts of one-of-a-kind waste treatment technologies for the disposal, recycling, storage, or strength recuperation from specific waste types. Each kind has its personal associated of waste management. Relatively easy waste treatment technologies are often designed to grant low value sanitation and environmental protection while presenting extra advantages from the reuse of resources. These technologies use natural aquatic and terrestrial systems.

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Track 19: Waste Processing Industries:

The progressive development of the waste processing industry derives directly from the rapid progress in packaging industry. In addition to the inevitable scrap or reject production loads of in-process waste is produced in packaging industry.

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Market Analysis:

The global waste management market size is expected to reach $484.9 billion by 2025 from $303.6 billion in 2017, growing at a CAGR of 6.0% from 2018 to 2025. Waste management is the collection, transportation, and disposable of garbage, sewage, and other waste products. It involves treatment of solid waste and disposal of products and substances in a safe and efficient manner.

The growth of the global waste management market is driven by increase in adoption of proactive government measures to reduce illegal dumping. In addition, surge in population and increased globalization has led to rise in the overall waste volume, worldwide. The urban population produced about 1.3 billion tons of municipal solid waste (MSW) in 2012, which is expected to grow to 2.2 billion tonnes by 2025. Moreover, increase in industrialization in the emerging economies, such as India, China, and Taiwan, has led to the development of chemical, oil & gas, automobile, and medical industries, which generate enormous amount of waste and cause pollution. These factors are expected to significantly contribute toward the growth of the global market. However, high cost of procuring and operating waste management solutions is expected to hamper the market growth. Conversely, increase in awareness among public and government agencies about these solutions and upsurge in need to develop waste-to-energy solutions are expected to provide lucrative growth opportunities for market players during the forecast period.

Key Benefits for Waste Management Market:

The report presents an extensive analysis of the current & emerging market trends and dynamics in the global waste management market.

In-depth analysis is conducted by constructing market estimations for the key segments between 2017 and 2025.

Extensive analysis of the market is conducted by following key product positioning and monitoring of the top competitors within the market framework.

A comprehensive analysis of all regions is provided to determine the prevailing opportunities in these geographies.

Key players within the waste management market are profiled in this report, and their strategies are analysed thoroughly, which help to understand the competitive outlook of the global market.

Increased globalization and a surge in population and Gross Domestic Product (GDP), among others, have led to an increase in the overall waste volume globally. 

According to World Bank in 2012, urban population produced about 1.3 billion tons of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) which is expected to grow to 2.2 billion tons in 2025. The costs for managing solid waste is expected to increase drastically in lower middle (four times) income countries such as India and Brazil among others and even higher in low-income countries (five times) such as Kenya and Ghana among others. Therefore, the need for solid waste management has increased largely on a global scale. 

To increase the recycling across the world, initiatives are being taken by the government agencies of various regions. Market players are taking measures to recycle the E-Waste in order to reduce the pollution and environmental hazards caused by it. In June 2014, Dell, a leading computer manufacturer, launched its first computer made of plastics obtained from recycled electronics. The company has started selling its first computer “the OptiPlex 3030” which is made up of old electronics using closed loop recycling process. Recently, Dell has also started using recycled plastics in its other desktops and monitors. Millions of refrigerators, TV sets and cell phones are replaced with newer versions due to user’s growing inclination towards technologically advanced gadgets. In 2010, US discarded about 258 million units of computers, cell phones, TV sets, and monitors. North America is a leader in exporting E-waste to the developing countries such as China and Australia.  This exported E-Waste is then recycled in developing regions which generate revenue for the market.                                                     

Segment Overview:

  • A number of materials recycled in Singapore in 2007 was 142.3 million metric tons. This is expected to increase to 158.6 million metric tons in 2008 and 244.8 million metric tons in 2013, for a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.1%.
  • Recycled metals are the largest segment at 76.8 million metric tons in 2007. This should grow to 83.5 million metric tons in 2008 and 123.2 million metric tons in 2013, a CAGR of 8.1%.
  • The fastest growing segment is recycled tires and reclaimed rubber; 1.9 million metric tons were recycled in 2007, and an estimated 2.2 million metric tons in 2008. This should reach 4.2 million metric tons in 2013, for a CAGR of 14.0%.

The world recycling market is segmented by recycling source and type. Presently, a market trend is observed in North America that highlights the fact that majority of E-Waste is trashed to developing countries, rather than recycling or reusing the same by the producing country.

Developing countries lead in recycling the E-Waste, a majority of E-Waste is exported to emerging countries by developed countries.  Amongst all sources of E-Waste such as IT and telecommunications and consumer electronics, refrigerator sets from household appliances are discarded in highest number as compared to other appliances. The decrease in the life cycle of electronic products viz. computers, laptops, cell phones is generating a large amount of electronic waste in the North American region.

2016 ratio of recycling

Amount of E-waste recycled /reused and in storage adjusted sales by year, world market: 2010-2025

Recycling Associations in world:

  • Air & Waste Management Association
  • Alabama Recycling Coalition
  • Aluminum Association, Inc. (DC)
  • American Bureau of Metal Statistics, Inc.
  • American Chemical Society, Rubber Division
  • American Forest and Paper Association
  • American Foundry Society (AFS)
  • American Iron & Steel Institute (DC)
  • Arizona Recycling Coalition
  • Arkansas Recycling Coalition
  • Association of Battery Recyclers
  • Association of Ohio Recyclers
  • Carolina Recycling Association (CRA)
  • Illinois Recycling Association
  • Metal Recycling Association of India
  • National Recycling Coalition
  • National waste & Recycling Association
  • New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization
  • Northeast Recycling Council
  • Northeast Resource Recovery Association
  • Recycling Alliance of Texas
  • Recycling Association of Minnesota
  • Recycling Council of Alberta
  • Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)
  • Textile Recycling Association
  • The recycling Association
  • Virginia Recycling Association
  • Washington Organic Recycling Council
  • Washington Refuse & Recycling Association
  • Washington State Recycling Association
  • Zero Waste America

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