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Scientific & Technological Interventions on Recycling and Sustainable Waste Management
- Recycling Conference

About Conference

Allied Academies invites all participants and members across the world to join 6th International Conference on Recycling and Waste Management which is going to be held during December 03-04, 2018 at Dubai, UAE.

Recycling Conference is a trending event which brings together efficient international scientists, Academicians, young researchers, and students making the congress a perfect platform to share experience, to gain and evaluate emerging technologies in Recycling and Waste management across the globe. Initiation of cross-border co-operation between scientists and institutions will also be facilitated. The Main theme of the Conference is "Scientific & Technological Interventions on Recycling and Sustainable waste management" which covers a wide range of critically important sessions.

 

Conference Highlights:

  1. Fundamental Recycling Techniques
  2. Waste Management
  3. Waste Water Recycling
  4. Agricultural Waste Recycling
  5. Food Waste Recycling
  6. Paper Recycling
  7. Plastic Recycling
  8. Rubber Recycling
  9. Chemical Waste Recycling
  10. Industrial Waste Recycling
  11. Domestic Waste Recycling
  12. E-Waste Recycling
  13. Thermal Waste Recycling
  14. Petroleum and Oil Waste Recycling
  15. Solid Waste Management
  16. Hazardous Waste Management
  17. Construction and Waste Management
  18. Waste to Energy
  19. Circular Economy
  20. Recycling Business

Recycling Conference will focus on recycling business, commodity markets and the latest technical innovations of the recycling and waste management. Recycling Conference aims to bring together the leading global recycling experts, business delegates from Recycling Industries, Recycling researchers, students, Policy Makers, and Academicians, including Nobel Laureates to exchange and share their experiences and research works about all aspects of Recycling and its allied areas. The young scientist and students will take up the chance to present their work as oral presentation under “young research forum as well as poster presentations for “Best poster award”. Recycling Conference provides an exceptional research platform for all the targeted audience to connect and share their experience in this field.

 

Target Audience:

Why to attend?

Learn how to take advantage of the current market to maintain and grow your business from the leading experts in the field of recycling and waste management. You can network with clients, prospective partners, colleagues, vendors and industry leaders all in one location. Meeting everyone in one venue will save you - precious time and travel expense.

Welcome Message



Allied Academies, the World Class Open Access Publisher and Scientific Events Organizer is hosting the 6th International Conference on Recycling and Waste Management during December 03-04, 2018 at Dubai, UAE.

Recycling Conference anticipates more than 300 participants around the globe with thought-provoking Keynote lectures, Oral and Poster presentations. The attending delegates include Editorial Board Members of related Allied Academies Journals.

Our Conferences deliver new ideas, convictions, strategies, and tactics that directly affect how you do business. No other event will offer a more impressive roster of keynote speakers, quality attendees and compelling content.

This is an excellent opportunity for the delegates from Universities and Institutes to interact with the world class Scientists. The intending participants can confirm their participation by registering for the conference along with your colleagues. 

This Conference will provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and authoritative views by leading scientists as well as business leaders and investors in this exciting field. Outstanding keynote speakers and well known leading scientists and experts from around the globe will be expected to share their knowledge.

The event participants are typically high-level decision makers representing various parts of the industry and many participants are repeaters who know each other. This creates a relaxed and informal atmosphere with the right settings for meeting new people.

The main theme of Recycling Conference is "Scientific & Technological Interventions on Recycling and Sustainable waste management".

We take the pleasure to invite and welcome you for the participation to our exciting Recycling conference. Let us meet in one of the most glorious cities in the world.

Session and Tracks

We cordially invite all the participants across the globe from leading Universities, Environmental research institutions and all interested participants to share their research experiences in the 6th International conference on Recycling and Waste Management during December 03-04, 2018 at Dubai, UAE with the subject of “Scientific & Technological Interventions on Recycling and Sustainable waste management”.

 

Session on Fundamental Recycling Techniques

Recycling is probably the most ideal way of managing waste. There are numerous products that can be retrieved by recycling instead of thrown away including aluminium and steel cans, glass bottles, paper, and scrap metal. The fundamentals of our economic and environmental future depends upon how our society uses the materials through recycling. Global competition for finite resources will intensify as world population and economies grow. By converting waste materials into valuable raw materials, recycling creates jobs, builds more competitive manufacturing industries and significantly contributes to our economy. In this session, we can explore into the latest innovations in the recycling techniques and the economic growth of different countries by the driving speech of recycling experts from various countries. Join your peers at Recycling Conference at Dubai, UAE


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Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR); European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling Association; Bulgarian association of recycling; Swedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of independent secondary raw materials processors; European Electronics Recyclers Association; Waste Management and Recycling Cluster

 

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery Association; National Recycling Coalition; Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Recycling Coalition of Utah; Agency of Natural Resources; Virginia Recycling Association; Washington State Recycling Association; West Virginia Recyclers Association; Recycling Coalition of West Virginia; Associated Recyclers of Wisconsin; Wyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of India; Waste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling Association; Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling Association; Japan Steel Can Recycling Association; Bureau of Middle East Recycling; Ecyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Enviroserve; Lucky Recycling Ltd; Emirates Environmental Technology; Madenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLC; Imdaad Abu Dhabi; Recycling Centre - Dubai Municipality; Paper Chase International Inc; Beeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Waste Management

After the industrial revolution, waste management became an important and necessary function along with recycling. Waste management is the control of materials that have become redundant and therefore need to be discarded. Waste management is normally concerned with the materials produced by actions of humans, and unless managed efficiently may have adverse effects on the environment and health of the community. It is an important and complex process due to the multiple varieties of waste produced by industry, each producing different types of materials that require special management techniques. The process includes collection, transportation, sorting, recycling, clearance, and disposal of waste materials. Learn some of the main methods used in managing waste products today by joining us at Recycling Conference, Dubai, UAE


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Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR); European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling Association; Bulgarian association of recycling; Swedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of independent secondary raw materials processors; European Electronics Recyclers Association; Waste Management and Recycling Cluster

 

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery Association; National Recycling Coalition; Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Alabama Recycling Association; Division of Environmental Health Solid Waste Program; Department of Environmental Quality; Arizona Recycling Coalition; Arkansas Recycling Coalition; Arkansas Recyclers Association; Environmental Protection Agency;Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery 


Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of India; Waste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling Association; Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling Association; Japan Steel Can Recycling Association; Bureau of Middle East Recycling; Ecyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Enviroserve; Lucky Recycling Ltd; Emirates Environmental Technology; Madenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLC; Imdaad Abu Dhabi; Recycling Centre - Dubai Municipality; Paper Chase International Inc; Beeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Waste Water Recycling

Water recycling has proven to be effective and successful in creating a new and reliable water supply without compromising public health. Water recycling can help us find ways to decrease the diversion of water from sensitive ecosystems. Recycled water can satisfy most water demands, as long as it is adequately treated to ensure water quality appropriate for the use. While numerous successful ground water recharge projects have been operated for many years, planned augmentation of surface water reservoirs has been less common. However, there are some existing projects and others in the planning stages. To discover and explore into the recent researches and on-going projects in different region, join your peers at recycling Conference -Dubai, UAE

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USA: Northeast Resource Recovery Association; National Recycling Coalition; Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; California Resource Recovery Association; Northern California Recycling Association; Californians Against Waste; Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment; Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division; Colorado Association for Recycling; Connecticut Recyclers Coalition; Delaware Solid Waste Authority

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Agricultural Waste Recycling

Agricultural waste recycling is a growing business, as more and more farms and companies turn to alternate ways to process waste products instead of sending them to landfill. As the global population increases, the demand for food does as well. With green waste becoming increasingly recycled in homes around the world, agriculture is also turning to recycling methods in order to reduce the amount of waste it has to pay to get rid of. The primary reason behind managing agricultural waste is to make good sense both environmentally and economically. This session will offer you the extended recycling techniques handled for agricultural wastes; the damages occurred due to the redundancy of recycling and the growing business of agricultural waste recycling. Join us to expand your knowledge on this session at Recycling Conference Dubai UAE.


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USA: Northeast Resource Recovery Association; National Recycling Coalition; Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments; Recycle Florida Today; Georgia Recycling Coalition; Recycle Hawaii; Idaho Solid Waste Association; Iowa Recycles Association; Illinois Recycling Association; Indiana Recycling Coalition

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Food Waste Recycling

Food waste is a commonly faced problem by us on our day-to-day life at every home. Food waste can also be recycled into useful resources with organics recycling. The food waste is taken to a special processing plant where it is used to generate electricity to power homes and the local community. It also produces a fertiliser which can be used in farming. When you put your food waste in your rubbish bin it often ends up in landfill, where it rots and releases methane - a harmful greenhouse gas. There are two main processes currently used to recycle food waste namely: In-vessel recycling and anaerobic digestion. Apart from this many other process have been introduced by number of discoveries over years. To know more about the latest innovations and techniques that has been advanced in recycling food waste, join your peers at Recycling conference and learn more about it.

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USA: Northeast Resource Recovery Association; National Recycling Coalition; Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Kansas Organization of Recyclers; Kentucky Recyclers Association; Capital Area Corporate Recycling Council; Maine Resource Recovery Association; Maryland Recycling Network; Mass Recycle; Michigan Recycling Coalition; Recycling Association of Minnesota

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of India; Waste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling Association; Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling Association; Japan Steel Can Recycling Association; Bureau of Middle East Recycling; Ecyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Enviroserve; Lucky Recycling Ltd; Emirates Environmental Technology; Madenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLC; Imdaad Abu Dhabi; Recycling Centre - Dubai Municipality; Paper Chase International Inc; Beeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Paper Recycling

Based upon wood, a natural renewable resource - paper is both biodegradable and recyclable. It is made up of many fibres that are interlaced and compacted in a web-like fashion. This is used for a wide variety of products and applications. Every ton of paper recycled saves more than 3.3 cubic yards of landfill space, and if you measure by weight, more paper is recovered for recycling than plastic, aluminum and glass combined. Paper is a material that we’re used to recycling, since 87% of us have access to curbside or drop-off recycling for paper. On an industrial scale, paper recycling allows us to save both energy and resources. By recycling one ton of paper we save 17 trees, 7,000 gallons of water and 463 gallons of oil, according to the EPA. Learn more about the importance of recycling and the process involved in recycling the paper at Recycling conference Dubai, UAE

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USA: Northeast Resource Recovery Association; National Recycling Coalition; Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Mississippi Recycling Coalition; Missouri State Recycling Association; Recycle Montana; Nebraska State Recycling Association; Association of New Jersey Recyclers; New Mexico Recycling Coalition; New York State Association for Reduction, Reuse and Recycling; Recycling Association of North Carolina 


Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Plastic Recycling

Plastics are inexpensive, lightweight and durable materials, which can readily be moulded into a variety of products that find use in a wide range of applications. As a consequence, the production of plastics has increased markedly over the last 60 years. Recycling is one of the most important actions currently available to reduce the impacts of several environmental issues created by disposal of plastics and represents one of the most dynamic areas in the plastics industry today. Recycling provides opportunities to reduce oil usage, carbon dioxide emissions and the quantities of waste requiring disposal. Join your peers at Recycling Conference to know about the advances in technologies and systems for the collection, sorting and reprocessing of recyclable plastics are creating new opportunities for recycling, and with the combined actions of the public, industry and governments it may be possible to divert the majority of plastic waste from landfills to recycling over the next decades.


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USA: Northeast Resource Recovery Association; National Recycling Coalition; Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Carolina Recycling Association; North Dakota Solid Waste Recycling Association; Environmental Protection Agency; Association of Ohio Recyclers; Ohio Association of Litter Prevention & Recycling Professionals; Organization of Ohio Solid Waste Districts of Ohio; Oklahoma Recyclers Association; Association of Oregon Recyclers

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Rubber Recycling

Rubber has become very prominent in industries as far as its production is concerned. It's reckoned that most of the 22 million tons of rubber that is processed every year worldwide goes into making vehicle tires and that once rubber products reach the end of their useful lives, for the most part they end up being incinerated. Even when the rubber residues are reclaimed and re-used to make new products, there were lack of techniques for producing high-quality materials. Looking for new ways to optimize the recycling of rubber waste, researchers have developed techniques and materials for manufacturing high quality products. Expand your research knowledge by joining us at Recycling Conference to explore the current trends and techniques involved in rubber recycling.


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USA: Northeast Resource Recovery Association; National Recycling Coalition; Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Professional Recyclers of Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania Resources Council; Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation; South Dakota Solid Waste Management Association; Tennessee Recycling Coalition; Texas Commission on Environmental Quality; Texas Recyclers Association; State of Texas Alliance for Recycling

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef


Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Chemical Waste Recycling

Chemical waste is the wastes that are often produced from industries after processing. While taking in account to recycle these waste, we need to categorize them into hazardous and non-hazardous wastes. Based on the type of chemical waste, different methods are followed to recycle these wastes. Mostly non-hazardous waste is recycled if possible however the hazardous wastes needed a proper treatment before disposing it. In this session, we can gain an overall knowledge on how the chemical wastes are treated before disposing, and also the advanced techniques to manage the chemical wastes at Recycling Conference Dubai, UAE


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USA: Northeast Resource Recovery Association; National Recycling Coalition; Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Recycling Coalition of Utah; Agency of Natural Resources; Virginia Recycling Association; Washington State Recycling Association; West Virginia Recyclers Association; Recycling Coalition of West Virginia; Associated Recyclers of Wisconsin; Wyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Industrial Waste Recycling

Recycling your industrial waste -- be it hazardous or non-hazardous -- offers many benefits to organization. Recycling reduces the costs you would otherwise incur disposing of unused materials and by-products. Recycling can provide you with a steady, dependable stream. Recycling can help your company reach its environmental goals and improve company's standing with local governments and the community at large. The most important benefit of industrial recycling is the fact that you are putting less strain on the Earth’s resources by finding ways to reuse or recycle industrial waste. Join your peers at Recycling Conference to connect and share ideas on the ways for recycling the industrial wastes and to know the benefits involved in it.

 


 

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Alabama Recycling Association; Division of Environmental Health Solid Waste Program; Departmentof Environmental Quality; Arizona Recycling Coalition; Arkansas Recycling Coalition; Arkansas Recyclers Association; Environmental Protection Agency; Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Domestic Waste Recycling

There is a wide range of services and facilities for recycling the domestic waste. As well as reducing the volume of waste going to landfill sites, recycling and composting your domestic waste helps to minimize charges for waste collection. Many of the items used in the home can be recycled. The benefits of recycling include a cleaner environment, the safe disposal of hazardous materials, greater awareness of excess packaging and a careful approach to the use and re-use of materials. In order to reduce the strain on the environment from the deposition of waste in landfills and combustion at incineration plants, several governments throughout the industrialized world have planned greatly increased recycling of domestic waste by the turn of the millennium. Let us meet and exchange the knowledge over the recycling of domestic waste and the latest on-going projects in this field at Recycling Conference Dubai.


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EuropeThe recycling AssociationEuropean Aluminium AssociationEuropean wastewater treatment associationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationTextile Recycling AssociationEuropean Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR); European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian association of recyclingSwedish Recycling Industries AssociationAssociation of independent secondary raw materials processorsEuropean Electronics Recyclers AssociationWaste Management and Recycling Cluster

 

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery Association; National Recycling Coalition; Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; California Resource Recovery Association; Northern California Recycling Association; Californians Against Waste; Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment; Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division; Colorado Association for Recycling; Connecticut Recyclers Coalition; Delaware Solid Waste Authority

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef


Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on E-Waste Recycling

E-waste is growing, and with that surge comes the need for effective electronics recycling programs. People are urgently looking for information on TV recycling, computer recycling, and other programs that will help them responsibly get rid of unwanted equipment? while minimizing any risk of information or identity theft. The hazardous content of these materials pose a threat to human health and environment. Many of these products can be reused, refurbished, or recycled in an environmentally sound manner so that they are less harmful to the ecosystem. Use this Recycling Conference as the scientific platform to know more about the effective way of e-waste management and for recycling it in an efficient manner.

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USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments; Recycle Florida Today; Georgia Recycling Coalition; Recycle Hawaii; Idaho Solid Waste Association; Iowa RecyclesAssociation; Illinois Recycling Association; Indiana Recycling Coalition

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Thermal Waste Recycling

With the high cost and environmental impact of fossil fuels, heat energy is a precious commodity that cannot be wasted. The aim of this session is to identify the current level of energy recovery through waste thermal treatment. Residuals and wastes often exhibit pretty high calorific values. It pays to make use of this energy for both, municipalities and companies. Waste-to-energy isn’t just a trash disposal method. It’s a way to recover valuable resources. Waste-to-energy is a vital part of a sustainable waste management chain and is fully complementary to recycling. Today, it is possible to reuse 90 % of the metals contained in the bottom ash. And the remaining clinker can be reused as road material. Learn more about the advanced techniques as how recycling is done on wastes and used in an effective manner at Recycling Conference.


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USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Kansas Organization of Recyclers; Kentucky Recyclers Association; Capital Area Corporate Recycling Council; Maine Resource Recovery Association; Maryland Recycling Network; Mass Recycle; Michigan Recycling Coalition; Recycling Association of Minnesota

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Petroleum and Oil Waste Recycling

Petrochemicals are chemicals which are obtained from petroleum; and these items incorporate natural and in addition inorganic chemicals. In the petrochemical business, the wastewater may contain high measures of oil which are discharged in the wastewater amid a few procedures. Waste water treatment in petroleum refineries is a mind boggling process; with requesting natural administration challenges as repercussions can be both unpredictable and dangerous. Join your peers at Recycling conference to learn more about petro-chemical and oil recycling.


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USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Mississippi Recycling Coalition; Missouri State Recycling Association; Recycle Montana; Nebraska State Recycling Association; Association of New Jersey Recyclers; New Mexico Recycling Coalition; New York State Association for Reduction, Reuse and Recycling; Recycling Association of North Carolina

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Solid Waste Management

Solid Waste Management is defined as the discipline associated with control of generation, storage, collection, transport or transfer, processing and disposal of solid waste materials in a best way that addresses the range of public health, conservation, economics, aesthetic, engineering and other environmental considerations. The primary goal of solid waste management is reducing and eliminating adverse impacts of waste materials on human health and environment to support economic development and superior quality of life. Solid waste management practices can differ for residential and industrial producers, for urban and rural areas, and for developed and developing nations. Explore yourself into this research platform to know more about the effective ways of management all over the world through connecting with worldwide scientists and delegates at Recycling Conference.

 

 

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Carolina Recycling Association; North Dakota Solid Waste Recycling Association; Environmental Protection Agency; Association of Ohio Recyclers; Ohio Association of Litter Prevention & Recycling Professionals; Organization of Ohio Solid Waste Districts of Ohio; Oklahoma Recyclers Association; Association of Oregon Recyclers

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Hazardous Waste Management

Hazardous waste is any unwanted material, the disposal of which poses a threat to the environment, i.e. explosive, flammable, oxidizing, poisonous/infectious, radioactive, corrosive and/or toxic/ecotoxic. The waste can be treated chemically (i.e. by neutralisation, oxidation, reduction, hydrolysis, precipitation), physically (encapsulation, separation), biologically (using microorganisms) or thermally (incineration). Most treated waste is then deposited in landfills. This session will bring out various methods, legal actions taken by the government and other benefits of hazardous waste management at Recycling Conference.


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USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Professional Recyclers of Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania Resources Council; Rhode Island Resource Recovery Corporation; South Dakota Solid Waste Management Association; Tennessee Recycling Coalition; Texas Commission on Environmental Quality; Texas Recyclers Association; State of Texas Alliance for Recycling

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Construction Waste Management

Effective management of building-related waste requires coordinated action of governmental, business, and professional groups and their activities. Management of building-related waste is expensive and often presents unintended consequences. It stands to reason that efficient and effective elimination and minimization of waste and reuse of materials are essential aspects of design and construction activity. Creativity, persistence, knowledge of available markets and businesses, and understanding of applicable regulations are important skills for design and construction professionals. This session will provide you the basic ideas on how to manage the construction wastes effectively and also gives you knowledge about the on-going projects on the management. Join us at Recycling Conference to gain more knowledge about this field.


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USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Recycling Coalition of Utah; Agency of Natural Resources; Virginia Recycling Association; Washington State Recycling Association; West Virginia Recyclers Association; Recycling Coalition of West Virginia; Associated Recyclers of Wisconsin; Wyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Waste to Energy

Waste-to-energy uses trash as a fuel for generating power, just as other power plants use coal, oil, or natural gas. The burning fuel heats water into steam that drives a turbine to create electricity. Each month millions of tons of waste are produced. Either they become a part of landfill or are exported to third world countries. This causes huge environmental impact in terms of wildlife, ecosystems and to human health. Keeping this in mind, many new waste treatment plants have come up and have developed new ways to generate energy from landfill waste. Join your peers to know more about the advanced techniques use to convert the different types of waste into energy at Recycling Conference.

 

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EuropeThe recycling AssociationEuropean Aluminium AssociationEuropean wastewater treatment associationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationTextile Recycling AssociationEuropean Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR); European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian association of recyclingSwedish Recycling Industries AssociationAssociation of independent secondary raw materials processorsEuropean Electronics Recyclers AssociationWaste Management and Recycling Cluster

 

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Alabama Recycling Association; Division of Environmental Health Solid Waste Program; Department of Environmental Quality; Arizona Recycling Coalition; Arkansas Recycling Coalition; Arkansas Recyclers Association; Environmental Protection Agency; Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery 


Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Circular Economy

Looking beyond the current take-make-dispose extractive industrial model, a circular economy aims to redefine growth, focusing on positive society-wide benefits. It entails gradually decoupling economic activity from the consumption of finite resources, and designing waste out of the system. Underpinned by a transition to renewable energy sources, the circular model builds economic, natural, and social capital. Transitioning to a circular economy does not only amount to adjustments aimed at reducing the negative impacts of the linear economy. Rather, it represents a systemic shift that builds long-term resilience, generates business and economic opportunities, and provides environmental and societal benefits. This session will offer you exclusively on the concepts and steps towards circular economy in different regions of the world by different speakers from different regions at Recycling Conference. Join us to know more regarding this topic at Recycling Conference.


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USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; California Resource Recovery Association; Northern California Recycling Association; Californians Against Waste; Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment; Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division; Colorado Association for Recycling; Connecticut Recyclers Coalition; Delaware Solid Waste Authority

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

 

Session on Recycling Business

The waste and recycling industry offers a number of opportunities for someone looking to start a small business with a modest level of investment. The premise of the idea is very simple: you need to find one or more waste materials that are being discarded but can easily be reused, resold or recycled. Thinking of starting a small recycling business? Whether your goal is to start a small junk removal business, scrap collection service or another enterprise; Gather at Recycling Conference on Recycling Business session to learn more about the available opportunities, good business deals and other such ideas at this scientific platform.


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USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA); Southeast Recycling Development Council; Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments; Recycle Florida Today; Georgia Recycling Coalition; Recycle Hawaii; Idaho Solid Waste Association; Iowa Recycles Association; Illinois Recycling Association; Indiana Recycling Coalition

 

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS); The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationSecondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART); Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East RecyclingEcyclex International RecyclingEmirates Recycling CoEnviroserveLucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef

 

Related Conferences: International Conference on Global Warming and Pollution, Paris-France, August 20-22, 2018; International Conference on Climate Change, Prague-Czech Republic, September 20-22, 2018; World Copper Conference 2018, Santiago-Chile, April 9-11, 2018; NPE2018, May 7–11, 2018, Florida, USA; Resource Recycling Conference, October 22-24, 2018, St Louis, Missouri; Australian Waste to Energy Forum, Feb. 20-22 — Victoria, Australia; MassRecycle Conference, March 26 — Framingham, MA; ISRI 2018 Convention & Exposition, April 14-19 — Las Vegas, NV; NAWTEC 2018, May 14-16 –Lancaster, Pennsylvania; 2018 Summit for Recycling, June 3-5 — Snowmass Village, CO; IE expo China, May 3-5 Shanghai, China; Plastics Recycling 2019, March 11- 13, 2019; ISWA World Congress 2018, Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia, October 22- 24, 2018; 2018 World Recycling Convention, London October 6- 7, 2018; California Resource Recovery Association (CRRA) Annual Conference, Oakland, California, July 26- 29, 2018; Recycling Metal from Industrial Waste, Golden- Colorado, June 26- 28, 2018.

Market Analysis

Approximately 1.6 million people worldwide are active in the recycling industry. Together, they handle more than 600 million tonnes of recyclables every year. With an annual turnover of more than $200 billion, similar to the GDP of countries such as Portugal, Colombia and Malaysia, the sector has already become a key driver for tomorrow’s sustainable development. Recycling has been made more efficient and environmentally sound that creates high-skilled jobs by spending the 10% amount of the annual turnover on new technologies, research and development.

The recycling industry has become an integral part of modern society not only due to its social and economic impact but also because it plays a vital role for the future of our planet. The consumption of recycled materials are very less compared to the use of other materials and also the consumption of energy is less when compared to the production processes that uses virgin materials   

 

Importance & Scope:


Recycling Conserves Resources
Recycling helps in converting the used materials into new products, reducing the need to consume natural resources. New products has to be made by extracting fresh raw materials from earth through mining and forestry making way for the destruction of natural resources available on earth if recycling is not done. Recycling helps to conserve important raw materials and protects natural habitats for the future.

Recycling saves energy
The manufacturing process of recycled materials are considerably less when compared to the production process of new products from raw materials. Also when comparing all the associated costs including transport and other minor process, we could save more energy by using the recycled materials for production process. In fact, the extraction, refining, transportation and processing for the raw materials from natural resources utilizes more energy for industry compared with providing industry-ready materials.

Recycling helps protect the environment
Recycling helps in reducing the air and water pollution that might be caused due to the extraction, refining and processing of raw materials. It is also helps in reducing the greenhouse gas emissions and helps in tackling the climate change.

Recycling reduces landfill
Recycling helps in reducing the amount of rubbish sent to the landfill sites where new products are made from recyclable materials.

Market Report: 

The overall update on the global waste recycling market in 2017, covers the municipal solid waste, industrial non-hazardous waste, waste of electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), and construction and demolition (C&D) waste. It predicts that the global market revenue is likely to increase from $247.48 billion to $265.65 billion in 2017.

Recycling is the next trend. The growth of the waste recycling services is driven by the technology development for waste recycling, the government initiatives towards recycling of waste product and push for reuse of wastage materials. Increasing awareness towards benefit of recycling among people and growing numbers of recycling manufacturers are other factors which will uptake the growth of the recycling industry in the near future.

The waste recycling services industry faces a different set of challenges that include increasing demand and restricted supply, increasing use of natural resources to produce recycled products, and high cost involvement for producing recycled product. However, due to unsuitable government policies for both manufacturing and reprocessing, environmental, health and safety concerns have been caused. A growing demand from regional market and economical labour costs are expected to drive the demand for global waste recycling services market in the near future.

According to market research, the automotive segment has dominated the recycling services market and held over 50 percent of the market share in 2014. According to the information, the tire and rubber segment is expected to witness 4.3 percent CAGR (compound annual growth rate) in the near future. However, iron and steel is another sub-segment of metal which is estimated to account for 53.3 percent of total revenue market in the near future. This is a tribute to the substantial decline in the metal price.

Members Associated With Recycling:


             •     Resin producers

•    Plastic collectors and reclaimers

     Consumers of recycled resin

     Plastics converters and compounders

     Government recycling officials

     Equipment producers

     Waste haulers

     Brand owners

     Retailers

     Packaging and label designers and producers

     Bag and film manufacturers

     Environmental organizations

     Scrap plastic product makers

     Collectors and materials recovery facility operators

     Resin brokers

     Clean-tech investors

     Other investors

 

Target Audience:

Scientist: 50%

Academia: 30%

Others: 20%


Statistical Analysis of Members Associated with Recycling:




Statistics of researcher, Academicians and Industrial Professionals working on Recycling:



Major Societies associated with
Recycling around the globe:

·        Canadian Association of Recycling

·        The Electronic Recycling Association

·        Canadian Association Of Recycling Industries

·        Alberta Council of Recycling

·        Recycling Council of Ontario

·        Ridge Meadows Recycling Society

·        German recycling system

·        BDE Federation of the German Waste, Water and Raw Materials Management Industry

·        Quest Resource Management Group, USA

·        Effective Environmental, USA

·        Sage Environmental Consulting

·        Accent Wire

·        Dexter Field Services

·        Compu Cycle

·        Atlantic Duct Cleaning, Nature Track

 

Revenue Generated by Industries:

According to the market study, Germany renewable sector is among the most Innovative and successful worldwide. Contrary to some recent articles proclaiming that the recycling industry is struggling, the recycling industry continues to be an enormous economic driver in the United States. In 2014, the recycling industry employed more than 1.1 million people, generated over $236 billion in gross annual revenues and saved municipal budgets over $3 billion in avoided landfill disposal fees. HDPE plastic (laundry detergent, shampoo bottles) would earn a profit of $250 per ton, to be split by the municipality and recycling company. Aluminium would earn a profit of $1,325 per ton, to be split by the municipality and recycling company — all good news for municipalities, recycling companies and our environment. PET plastic (beverage bottles) would earn a profit of $150 per ton, to be split by the municipality and recycling company.



Top Universities around the Globe:

·         Pepperdine University

·         American University

·         Valencia College

·         College of the Atlantic

·         University of California, Davis

·         Kalamazoo College

·         Chatham University

·         Harvard University

·         Purdue University

·         Brown University

·         Georgia Institute of Technology

 


Global Market of Recycling


Austria's recycling rate reached some 63 percent. The share of waste diverted from the landfill remains high in many countries in Europe, as these countries have developed successful recycling programs.

Recycling rates worldwide:

Austria and Germany are boasting with the highest recycling rates in 2015 worldwide at 63 and 62 percent respectively along with many other countries who have also developed successful recycling programs. The third largest proportion of municipal waste was recycled by Taiwan putting the country on par with international leaders whereas Singapore and Belgium comes at the fourth and fifth position. Some people fail to approach the waste management even after some places offer elaborate setups for recycling but residents are taking pain to sort out their wastes. Further, Canada and Japan which are one among the developed countries have fell to the bottom of the table by reaching just 27 and 21 percent of recycling rates respectively.

There are still many countries that are still lagging behind and wasting volumes of recyclable resources by sending them to landfills whereas the recycling rates have rapidly increased in some countries. By 2025, the OECD area will top the list by generating more than 2 Kilograms of wastes per day and the worldwide waste generation per capita is projected to amount to 1.42 kilograms per day. That same year, they have also estimated that the more municipal solid waste he or she is going to produce in urban areas is proportional to the individual’s income. Although there is a lack of formal recycling systems in developing countries, people make living from salvaging recyclable materials which has drastically helped in reducing the waste generation. For instance, Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia forecast to generate a below-average amount of waste per day in 2025.

The worldwide recycling market is expected to be on the rise over the next decade, from 21 billion euros in market value in 2015 to 35 billion euros in 2020. Major waste management companies continue to benefit from the growing market. Veolia Environment ranked first in terms of revenue in 2015, generating almost 30 billion U.S. dollar revenue, with Suez Environment and Waste Management from the United States ranked second and third. These companies often operate waste-to-energy facilities, provide single-stream recycling and produce landfill-gas-to-energy in order to increase recycling rates.

General Recycling And Waste Management 

  • According to EPA, in 2014 alone, about 258 million tons of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) were generated in the United States.
  • Around 34.6 percent of that amount which is over 89 million tons were recycled and composted.
  • Around 136 million tons (52.6 percent) and 33 million tons of the remaining amount were sent to the landfill and incinerated, respectively.
  • In 2014, 66.4 million tons of MSW were recycled, a total just over one-quarter of total MSW.
  • In 2010, total MSW in the U.S. amounted to 251.1 million ton

Plastic Recycling

  • In 2014, plastics comprised about 13 percent of total MSW. The total plastic waste was 33.25 million tons of which only 3.17 million tons were recycled. So, the plastic recycling rate in 2014 was only 9.5 percent. 75.5 percent of total Plastic MSW was sent to landfills.
  • Around 66 percent of energy can be saved by producing plastic products from recycled plastics instead of virgin materials. 
  • 1000 to 2000 gallons of gasoline can be saved recycling just one ton of plastic.
  • Every hour, Americans use approximately 2.5 million plastic bottles. And most of these are thrown away.Annually, approximately 25,000,000,000 Styrofoam coffee cups are thrown away in America. 

Electronic Waste Recycling

  • In 2014, around 41.7 percent (1.4 million tons) of total electronic waste was recycled. In 2013, it used to be 37.8 percent (1.3 million tons). Back in 2010, the e-waste recycling rate was just 10 percent.
  • Every year, 20-50 million metric tons of electronic waste are disposed around the world.
  • Electronic waste represents 2 percent of waste stream discarded in American landfills, but it equals around 70 percent of toxic waste.
  • It takes 1.5 tons of water, 48 pounds of chemicals, and 539 pounds of fossil fuel to produce just one computer. 

Textile Recycling

  • In 2014, 16.22 million tons of textile wastes were generated in the US but only 2.62 million tons (16.2 percent) was recycled.
  • The average lifetime of a cloth is approximately 3 years. And nearly 100 percent of textiles and clothing are recyclable.
  • The U.S. textile recycling industry removes approximately 2.5 billion pounds of post-consumer textiles each year from the waste stream and the industry creates more than 17,000 jobs.
  • Consumers are considered are considered the main offenders for throwing away their used clothing as only 15 percent of post-consumer clothing is recycled where more than 75 percent of clothing is recycled by textile and clothing manufacturers.

Paper Recycling

  • In 2014, Paper and paperboard constituted more than 26 percent of total MSW, while wood constituted another 6 percent.
  • Out of 68.61 million tons of paper and paperboard waste generated in 2014, around 44 million or two-thirds was recycled. Only 28.4 percent of paper and paperboard waste was land filled in 2014. 
  • Air pollution from paper production can be lessened by 73 percent if papers are produced from recycled papers instead of virgin materials.
  • Every year, roughly 1 billion trees worth of paper are discarded in the U.S.
  • By weight, paper accounts for more than 50 percent of all recyclable waste collected in the U.S.
  • In 2012, approximately 44 million tons of paper and paperboard were recovered in the U.S. and 65 percent of that was recycled.

Glass Recycling 

  • In 2014, glass accounted for over 4 percent of total waste generated in the U.S. Almost 12 million tons of glass waste were generated in 2014 and around one-quarter was recycled.
  • 100 percent of all types of glasses are recyclable and can be recycled without losing purity or quality.
  • More than a ton of natural resources can be saved by recycling a ton of glass.
  • Recycling a thousand tons of glass can create jobs for eight individuals.
  • Glass that is thrown away in landfills never decomposes.

Metal Recycling

  • In 2014, metal constituted over 9 percent of MSW generated in the US. Just under 24 million tons of metal waste was generated and almost 8 million tons (34 percent) were recycled in that year.
  • Recycling just one aluminium can save sufficient energy to run a television set for around 3 hours or one 100-watt bulb burning for 4 hours.
  • 20 recycled aluminium cans can be produced with the energy required to produce just one aluminium can using virgin ore.
  • According to the Aluminium Association, 64.3 percent of aluminium beverage containers were recycled in the U.S. in 2015, or 56.8 billion containers.
  • Using recycled copper in copper processing saves 85 percent to 90 percent energy requirements than using new copper from virgin ore.

Auto Recycling

  • Each year, Automotive Recycling Industry in North American saves roughly 85 million barrels of oil from being used in production of new or replacement automobile parts.
  • Each year, worldwide Auto Recycling Industry recycles more than 25 million tons of waste materials which are collected from out of order cars.
  • According to reports, automobiles are the most recycled consumer products.
  • Currently 80 percent of discarded cars are recycled and the remaining 20 percent can’t be recycled. 

Other Recycling

  • A gallon of paint can contaminate up to 2,500,000 gallons of drinking water if it is not disposed of appropriately.
  • As per the Deconstruction Institute, every year, the U.S. building deconstruction and demolition industry produces around  125 million tons of debris that go to landfills and only 2 percent of total waste building materials is recycled.

Why in Dubai?

Dubai is one of the Emirates that comprise the United Arab Emirates. It has witnessed significant economic growth in the last twenty years primarily due to its development as a business centre in the Middle East region.  The development of diversified economy aimed through government policies have transformed Dubai city into a fast growing urban region in the Middle East with a large multinational population. Also, intelligent and planned destination marketing efforts have resulted in the city supporting a fairly large transient and tourist population. These factors have resulted in the typical waste management problems associated with growth namely rising quantities of wastes generated and also the need for an ever increasing level and quality of service. Waste management in the emirate has thus evolved to overcome these challenges through a planned approach with a focus environmental sustainability.

According to a recent Dubai Carbon report, the average UAE resident generates about 2.7 kilograms of waste every day (jumping to around 5.4kg during Ramadan). Comparatively, the average European produces just 1.2kg of waste per day.

Waste Generation in Dubai

Wastes in Dubai are classified under five main categories namely General Waste, green/Horticultural Waste, Construction & Demolition (C & D) Waste, Liquid Waste & Hazardous Waste. General Waste consists of both Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) and Bulky Waste.

Waste quantities generated in 2011 are presented in Table 1.

Table 1. Waste Generation – Year 2011

Waste Type                                                                                                        Quantity (tones)

General Waste                                                                                                        2,689,808

C & D Waste                                                                                                           6,638,471

Horticultural Waste                                                                                                    175,022

Liquid Waste                                                                                                              154,119

 

The MSW component of the General Waste stream has increased from 550,350 tonnes in 1997, 1,523,822 tonnes in 2003 to 2,689,808. In 2011 According to the waste composition analysis conducted in 2012, 35 % of the General Waste stream was organic waste. Waste composition studies are carried out once every year during May. The methods employed for composition analysis have been developed after taking into consideration those employed internationally. Waste composition figures for the year 2012 are shown in Table 2 below –

Table 2. Waste Characteristics – Year 2012

No

Material Type

Percentage %

1

Papers

24.2948

2

Plastics

24.2368

3

Glass / Glass Bottles

3.42877

4

Metal

2.37325

5

Organic waste

35.4291

6

Rubber

1.08565

7

Wood

0.98411

8

Textiles

3.18218

9

Leather

0.59917

10

Residual / Inert

1.92582

11

Special Wastes

0.24212

12

Miscellaneous Wastes

2.21816

 

Total

100


Waste Recycling

Organized collection of recyclable material by private companies commenced in the early 1990s. 175,000 tonnes of recyclable material was collected in 2011. The major material collected is waste paper and Old Corrugated Containers (OCC). Limited amounts of plastics, glass and metals are also collected. Dubai Municipality also started other Public- Private Partnership Projects to tackle the other types of waste. These are

  • C&D Recycling Facility one plant was completed in 2010 to recover steel components and produce aggregates from Construction and Demolition Wastes. The plant has a capacity of 560 tons per hour and is being operated by Emirates Recycling LLC.
  • Dubai currently has one Materials Recovery Facility the facility started operation in 2006 and is currently being operated by Tadweer LLC, it has a Contractual capacity : 4000 tons/day , present capacity around 1000 tons/day

Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Essam E. Khalil
Cairo University
Oula , Egypt
OCM Member
Miguel Nuno Miranda
National Laboratory of Engineering and Geology (LNEG)
Estrada Paco Lumiar, Portugal
OCM Member
William Hogland
Linnaeus University
Linkoping, Sweden
OCM Member
Dr. Khalil El-Hami
Université Hassan II de Casablanca
Casablanca, Morocco
OCM Member
Antonios Kelarakis
University of Central Lancashire
England, United Kingdom
OCM Member
Xianlai Zeng
Tsinghua University
Haidian Qu, China
OCM Member
Saffet Yagiz
Nazarbayev University
Astana, Kazakhstan
OCM Member
Chih-Ta Tsai
National Cheng Kung University
East District, Taiwan
OCM Member
Martin Masuelli
National University of San Luis
Buenos aires, Argentina
OCM Member
Mohd Razman bin Salim
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Kualalumpur, Malaysia
OCM Member
Shin-ichi Yusa
University of Hyogo
Kyoto, Japan
OCM Member
Tarek Madkour
Taibeh University
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

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