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- Recycling Congress 2018

About

Allied Academies invites all participants/members across the world to join 5th International Conference on Recycling and Waste Management which is going to be held during March 05-06, 2018 at London, UK

Recycling Congress 2018 is a trending event which brings together efficient international academic scientists, young researchers, and students making the congress a perfect platform to share experience, gain and evaluate emerging technologies in Recycling and Waste management across the globe. Initiation of cross-border co-operation between scientists and institutions will be also facilitated. The Main theme of the Conference is "Exploring New Horizons and Sustainable Technologies for Recycling and Waste Management" which covers a wide range of critically important sessions.

Conference Highlights:

Food Waste Recycling

Waste Management

Chemical Waste Recycling

E-waste Management

Rubber recycling

Solid Waste Management

Plastic Recycling

Paper Recycling

Wastewater Recycling

Industrial Waste Recycling

Agricultural waste Recycling

Thermal Waste Recovery

Petrochemical and Oil Recycling

Hazardous waste management

Waste to Energy

Recycling Business

Recycling Congress 2018 will focus on the most recent databases, curation and research done in every last region of the recycling and waste management. Recycling Congress 2018 will involve sundry driving keynote verbalizers and session verbalizers will's identity dispersing their verbalization on recycling. The juvenile scientists and the understudy members will pick up the chance to prehend the Best Poster Award by introducing their work as a blurb presentation and Puerile Researcher Forum in this push free meeting.

Target Audience

Recycling associations, Recycling Industries, Recycling researchers, Business entrepreneurs, Environmental academia’s, Ecologists, Training Institutes, Chemical engineers, Environmental Engineers, Waste management associations

Why to Attend?

Ecologists give an ecumenical stage to trading origination and make us upgraded to the most recent developments in recycling. A chance to go to the presentations disseminated by Eminent Scientists from everywhere throughout the world.

Welcome Message

Allied Academies unconditionally welcomes every one of the members over the globe from driving colleges, research foundations, demonstrative organizations and all interested to allocate their examination encounters in the 5th International Conference on Recycling and Waste Management during March 05-06, 2018 at London, UK with the subject of “Exploring New Horizons and Sustainable Technologies for Recycling and Waste Management

Allied Academies Publication is an amalgamation of several esteemed academic and scientific associations known for promoting scientific temperament. Established in the year 1997, Andrew John Publishing Group is a specialized Medical publisher that operates in collaboration with the association and societies. This publishing house has been built on the base of esteemed academic and research institutions including The College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario(CASLPO), The Association for Public Safety Communications Officials of Canada (APCO), The Canadian Vascular Access Association (CVAA), The Canadian Society of Internal Medicine (CSIM), The Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA), Sonography Canada, Canadian Association of Pathologists (CAP-ACP) and The Canadian Association of Neurophysiologic Monitoring (CANM).

Sessions/Tracks

We cordially invites all the participants across the globe from leading Universities, Environmental research institutions and all interested to share their research experiences in the “5th International conference on Recycling and Waste Management” during March 05-06, 2018 at London, UK with the theme of “Exploring New Horizons and Sustainable Technologies for Recycling and Waste Management

Track 01- Food Waste Recycle

Sustenance misfortune or nourishment waste is sustenance that is disposed of or lost uneaten. Be that as it may, exact definitions are hostile, regularly characterized on a situational premise (similar to the case all the more by and large with meanings of waste. Professional bodies, including worldwide associations, state governments and secretariats may utilize their own particular definitions. Sustenance waste is an undiscovered vitality source that for the most part winds up decaying in landfills, along these lines discharging nursery gasses into the air. Sustenance squander incorporates natural squanders created in inns, eateries, flasks, cafeterias, shopping centers and modern stops as remaining nourishment, vegetable can't, stale cooked and uncooked nourishment, meat, teabags, napkins, extricated tea powder, drain items and so on. It is hard to treat or reuse nourishment squander since it contains abnormal amounts of sodium salt and dampness, and is blended with other waste amid accumulation.

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Related Societies and Associations:

Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Association

U.S.A: Recycling Association of Minnesota; Recycling Council of Alberta; National Recycling Coalition Inc. (NRC); Virginia Recycling Association; Washington Organic Recycling Council; Illinois Recycling Association; New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization; Association of Ohio Recyclers

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

Track 02- Waste Management

Waste management is the way toward treating strong squanders and offers assortment of answers for reusing things that don't have a place with waste. It is about how junk can be utilized as a profitable asset. Squander administration is something that every last family unit and entrepreneur on the planet needs. Squander administration discards the items and substances that you have use in a sheltered and proficient way.

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Related Societies and Associations:

Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Association

U.S.A: Recycling Association of Minnesota; Recycling Council of Alberta; National Recycling Coalition Inc. (NRC); Virginia Recycling Association; Washington Organic Recycling Council; Illinois Recycling Association; New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization; Association of Ohio Recyclers

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

Track 03- Chemical Waste Recycling

Compound waste is a waste that is produced using unsafe chemicals (for the most part created by substantial manufacturing plants). Synthetic waste might be classed as dangerous waste. A concoction risky waste is a strong; fluid; or vaporous material that presentations either a "Perilous Characteristic" or is particularly "recorded" by name as an unsafe waste. There are four attributes substance squanders must be considered as unsafe. These are Ignitability; Corrosively; Reactivity; and Toxicity. This sort of risky waste must be ordered as to its personality; constituents; and perils with the goal that it might be securely taken care of and managed. Chemical waste is an expansive term and includes many sorts of materials. Counsel the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS); Product Data Sheet or Label for a rundown of constituents. These sources ought to state whether this concoction waste is a waste that needs extraordinary transfer.

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Related Societies and Associations:

Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Association

U.S.A: Recycling Association of Minnesota; Recycling Council of Alberta; National Recycling Coalition Inc. (NRC); Virginia Recycling Association; Washington Organic Recycling Council; Illinois Recycling Association; New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization; Association of Ohio Recyclers

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

Track 04- E-Waste Management

E-waste are produced from utilized electrical and electronic gadgets; for example; PCs; handheld PDAs; individual stereos; including substantial family unit apparatuses; for example; coolers; aeration and cooling systems and so on.; which are not fit for their unique expected utilize and are bound for recuperation; reusing or transfer. E-squanders contain more than 1000 unique substances a large portion of which are poisonous and conceivably risky to condition and human wellbeing; if these are not taken care of in an earth sound way. The high rate of item outdated nature is a noteworthy component for expanded era of e-waste. Without appropriate reusing and transfer offices these squanders discover their approach to scrap merchants and the dismantlers store network; which are in the casual segment. The disassembling operations are done in perilous way prompting to major natural and medical issues.

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Related Societies and Associations:

Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Association

U.S.A: Recycling Association of Minnesota; Recycling Council of Alberta; National Recycling Coalition Inc. (NRC); Virginia Recycling Association; Washington Organic Recycling Council; Illinois Recycling Association; New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization; Association of Ohio Recyclers

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

Track 05- Rubber Recycling

Rubber is produced from natural or synthetic sources. Natural elastic is gotten from the smooth white liquid called latex; found in many plants; engineered rubbers are created from unsaturated hydrocarbons. There are a few manufactured rubbers underway. These are created comparatively to plastics; by a synthetic procedure known as polymerisation. They incorporate neoprene; Buna rubbers; and butyl elastic. Manufactured rubbers have more often than not been created with particular properties for master applications. The engineered rubbers ordinarily utilized for tire make are styrene-butadiene elastic and butadiene elastic (both individuals from the Buna family). Butyl elastic; since it is gas-impermeable; is ordinarily utilized for internal tubes. Tire reusing; or Rubber reusing; is the way toward reusing waste tires that are no longer reasonable for use on vehicles because of wear or unsalvageable harm.

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Related Societies and Associations:

Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Association

U.S.A: Recycling Association of Minnesota; Recycling Council of Alberta; National Recycling Coalition Inc. (NRC); Virginia Recycling Association; Washington Organic Recycling Council; Illinois Recycling Association; New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization; Association of Ohio Recyclers

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

Track 06- Solid Waste Management

Solid waste Management, the gathering; treating and discarding solid material that is disposed of in light of the fact that it has filled its need or is no longer helpful. It likewise offers answers for reusing things that don't have a place with waste or junk. For whatever length of time those individuals have been living in settlements and local locations; trash or strong waste has been an issue. Squander administration is about how strong waste can be changed and utilized as an important asset. Strong waste administration ought to be grasped by every last family unit including the entrepreneurs over the world. Uncalled for transfer of city strong waste can make unsanitary conditions; and these conditions thus can prompt to contamination of the earth and to flare-ups of vector-borne malady—that is; sicknesses spread by rodents and creepy crawlies Regular; huge amounts of strong waste is arranged off at different landfill locales. This waste originates from homes; workplaces; businesses and different other rural related exercises. These landfill destinations create foul smell if waste is not put away and treated appropriately. It can dirty the encompassing air and can genuinely influence the wellbeing of people; natural life and our condition.

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Related Societies and Associations:

Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Association

U.S.A: Recycling Association of Minnesota; Recycling Council of Alberta; National Recycling Coalition Inc. (NRC); Virginia Recycling Association; Washington Organic Recycling Council; Illinois Recycling Association; New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization; Association of Ohio Recyclers

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

Track 07- Plastic Recycling

Reusing is a standout amongst the most vital activities presently accessible to diminish these effects and speaks to a standout amongst the most element ranges in the plastics business today. Reusing gives chances to diminish oil use; carbon dioxide outflows and the amounts of waste requiring transfer. Here; we quickly set reusing into setting against other waste-lessening methodologies; to be specific decrease in material use through down gauging or item reuse; the utilization of option biodegradable materials and vitality recuperation as fuel.  Plastic reusing is the way toward recuperating scrap or waste plastic and reprocessing the material into helpful items. Since plastic is non-biodegradable; reusing is a piece of worldwide endeavours to diminish plastic in the waste stream; particularly the around eight million metric huge amounts of waste plastic that enter the Earth's sea each year.

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Related Societies and Associations:

Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Association

U.S.A: Recycling Association of Minnesota; Recycling Council of Alberta; National Recycling Coalition Inc. (NRC); Virginia Recycling Association; Washington Organic Recycling Council; Illinois Recycling Association; New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization; Association of Ohio Recyclers

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

Track 08- Paper Recycling

There are three classes of paper that can be utilized as feed stocks for making reused paper: process broke pre-customer waste; and post-shopper waste. Mill broke is paper trimmings and other paper scrap from the produce of paper; and is reused inside in a paper process. Pre-buyer waste is material which left the paper process yet was disposed of before it was prepared for customer utilize. Post-purchaser waste is material disposed of after buyer utilizes; for example; old folded holders (OCC); old magazines; and newspapers. Paper appropriate for reusing is called "scrap paper"; frequently used to create formed mash bundling. The modern procedure of expelling printing ink from paper fibres of reused paper to make deinked mash is called deinking.

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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

U.S.A: Recycling Association of Minnesota; Recycling Council of Alberta; National Recycling Coalition Inc. (NRC); Virginia Recycling Association; Washington Organic Recycling Council; Illinois Recycling Association; New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization; Association of Ohio Recyclers

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

Track 09- Waste Water Recycling

Water and waste that we dispose of can be reused and give a profitable asset. Squander water from showers; showers; clothes washers; dishwashers and sinks is regularly alluded to as Gray Water. Squander from toilets is known as Black Water. Ordinarily; about 33% of family unit water is utilized for flushing the WC. Grey water; the waste water from showers; showers and washbasins; can be gathered in a family unit scale reuse framework and treated to a standard appropriate for WC flushing. Grey water from showers; gives and hand bowls is generally sufficiently spotless for flushing the latrine just essential disinfectant or microbiological treatment. Issues can emerge; be that as it may; when the warm; supplement rich grey water is put away; since it rapidly falls apart as microbes duplicate.

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Related Societies and Associations:

Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Association

U.S.A: Recycling Association of Minnesota; Recycling Council of Alberta; National Recycling Coalition Inc. (NRC); Virginia Recycling Association; Washington Organic Recycling Council; Illinois Recycling Association; New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization; Association of Ohio Recyclers

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

Track 10- Industrial Waste Recycling

Squander yields for mechanical materials like solvents; paints; oils and cements are hard to manage. Either weighed down with or presented to chemicals perilous to people and the earth; Industrial waste materials must be discarded legitimately and securely; however like a wide range of waste; reasonable waste arrangements are dependent upon financial matters. There is minimal monetary motivation to utilize different answers for disposed of mechanical waste materials notwithstanding the typical straight transfer; which is frequently very exorbitant in any case. The best possible transfer and control of these items and their bundling is exceedingly managed by the U.S. Natural Protection Agency (EPA) and can't commonly be caught or prepared by city squander frameworks. Organizations; producers and independent ventures are accordingly in charge of the private administration of this waste.

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Related Societies and Associations:

Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Association

U.S.A: Recycling Association of Minnesota; Recycling Council of Alberta; National Recycling Coalition Inc. (NRC); Virginia Recycling Association; Washington Organic Recycling Council; Illinois Recycling Association; New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization; Association of Ohio Recyclers

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

Track 11- Thermal Waste Recovery

Waste Heat Recovery Unit (WHRU) is an energy recovery heat exchanger that recuperates warm from hot streams with potential high vitality substance; for example; hot pipe gasses from a diesel generator or steam from cooling towers or even waste water from various cooling procedures; for example; in steel cooling. Squander warmth to control (WHP) is the way toward catching warmth disposed of by a current mechanical process and utilizing that warmth to produce control. Vitality escalated mechanical procedures; for example; those happening at refineries; steel factories; glass heaters; and concrete furnaces—all discharge hot fumes gasses and squander streams that can be saddled with settled advances to create power.

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Related Societies and Associations:

Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Association 

U.S.A: Recycling Association of Minnesota; Recycling Council of Alberta; National Recycling Coalition Inc. (NRC); Virginia Recycling Association; Washington Organic Recycling Council; Illinois Recycling Association; New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization; Association of Ohio Recyclers

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

Track 12- Petro Chemical and Oil Recycling

Petrochemicals are chemicals which are gotten 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.

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Related Societies and Associations:

Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Association

U.S.A: Recycling Association of Minnesota; Recycling Council of Alberta; National Recycling Coalition Inc. (NRC); Virginia Recycling Association; Washington Organic Recycling Council; Illinois Recycling Association; New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization; Association of Ohio Recyclers

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

Track 13- Hazardous Waste Management

Hazardous-waste Management, the collection; treatment; and disposal of waste material that; when improperly handled; can cause substantial harm to human health and safety or to the environment. Dangerous squanders can appear as solids, fluids, mucks; or contained gasses; and they are created basically by concoction generation; fabricating; and other modern exercises. They may bring about harm amid lacking stockpiling; transportation; treatment; or transfer operations. Uncalled for risky waste stockpiling or transfer much of the time pollutes surface and groundwater supplies. Individuals living in homes worked close old and deserted waste transfer locales might be in an especially defenceless position. With an end goal to cure existing issues and to keep future damage from perilous squanders; governments intently control the act of unsafe waste administration.

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Related Societies and Associations:

Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Association

U.S.A: Recycling Association of Minnesota; Recycling Council of Alberta; National Recycling Coalition Inc. (NRC); Virginia Recycling Association; Washington Organic Recycling Council; Illinois Recycling Association; New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization; Association of Ohio Recyclers

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

Track 14- Waste to Energy

Waste-to-energy (WtE) or energy-from-waste (EfW) is the way toward creating vitality as power and additionally warm from the essential treatment of waste. WtE is a type of vitality recuperation. Most WtE procedures create power as well as warmth specifically through burning; or deliver an ignitable fuel product; for example; methane; methanol; ethanol or engineered fuels. Burning; the ignition of natural material; for example; squander with vitality recuperation; is the most well-known WtE execution. All new WtE plants in OECD nations burning waste (remaining MSW; business; mechanical or RDF) must meet strict emanation gauges; including those on nitrogen oxides (NOx); sulfur dioxide (SO2); substantial metals and dioxins.Hence; present day cremation plants are tremendously unique in relation to old sorts; some of which neither recouped vitality nor materials. Present day incinerators lessen the volume of the first waste by 95-96 percent; contingent on organization and level of recuperation of materials; for example; metals from the fiery debris for recycling.

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Related Societies and Associations:

Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Association

U.S.A: Recycling Association of Minnesota; Recycling Council of Alberta; National Recycling Coalition Inc. (NRC); Virginia Recycling Association; Washington Organic Recycling Council; Illinois Recycling Association; New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization; Association of Ohio Recyclers

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

Track 15- Recycling Business

A fruitful reusing business is a wonder that permits you to make a benefit while helping nature. It is; be that as it may; a huge undertaking; and you'll confront genuine rivalry. By making an itemized arrangement; securing financing; understanding the lawful prerequisites, and utilizing great negotiating prudence; you can get your reusing business up and running.

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Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Associatio

U.S.A: Recycling Association of Minnesota; Recycling Council of Alberta; National Recycling Coalition Inc. (NRC); Virginia Recycling Association; Washington Organic Recycling Council; Illinois Recycling Association; New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization; Association of Ohio Recyclers

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

Track 16- Construction Waste Management

"Construction waste" means Waste generated by construction activities; such as scrap; damaged or spoiled materials; temporary and expendable construction materials; and aids that are not included in the finished project; packaging materials; and waste generated by the workforce. Construction waste management includes: to reduce the generation of construction waste; to maximise reuse and recycling and to reduce the intake of mixed construction waste at landfills. Management of construction waste is expensive and often presents unintended consequences. However; common sense suggests that failure to reduce; reuse and recycle societal wastes is unsustainable. Some waste generated in the process of construction can be eliminated. For example; durable modular metal form systems for use in concrete construction may be selected on the basis of being readily demountable and reusable on other projects; thus eliminating wood waste associated with formwork fabricated of plywood and dimensional lumber.

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Related Societies and Associations:

Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium Association; European wastewater treatment association; European Asphalt Pavement Association; Textile Recycling Association

U.S.A: Recycling Association of Minnesota; Recycling Council of Alberta; National Recycling Coalition Inc. (NRC); Virginia Recycling Association; Washington Organic Recycling Council; Illinois Recycling Association; New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization; Association of Ohio Recyclers

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

Market Analysis

Recycling Congress 2018 is the focal point for the increasingly complex and international plastics recycling industry. This event brings together plastics reclaimers, equipment manufacturers, brand owners, brokers, government officials and leading sustainability voices from around the globe to deepen connections and push the sector forward. Don’t miss out on the industry event of the year and it is the process of recovering scrap or waste plastic and modifying the material into useful products, sometimes completely different in form from their original state.

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Importance & Scope:

Recycling is the process of recovering scrap or waste plastic and modifying the material into useful products, sometimes completely different in form from their original state. This includes the melting down of the soft drink bottles and then producing them as plastic chairs and tables. However, this type of recycling is rather risky since plastic beverage bottles such as soda, juice, milk are never truly reproduced into new beverage bottles, as this requires virgin plastic. The recycling process of plastic may benefit for the healthy environment and this will helpful for the minimisation of the environment pollution. Plastics are also recycled during the manufacturing process of plastic goods such as polythene film and bags. The main aim of the recycling of the plastic is to minimize the environment pollution remoulding the waste plastic products into the newly useful products.

Why in London, UK?

London is the capital and the most populous city of United Kingdom. It has an area of  1,572 km² (41 mi²) and a population in 2013 of  8,173,900 within the city limits. London was the largest city in the western world, a prosperous trading centre, and the home of the University College London, one of the top University in Europe.  The Greater London area is bursting with attractions for visitors of all ages. With 30 historic gardens and 123 historic buildings, London also has more than 200 museums, 600 cinema screens, and 108 music halls. In 2015 London received 31.5 million visitors, making it one of the world's top tourist destinations. The city is also a major rail, highway, and air-transport hub, served by the two international airports London Heathrow Airport (the second busiest airport in Europe after Dubai International Airport with 70million passengers in 2014) and  Gatwick Airport. London is the centre of the world – and a world in one city, with a wealth of different cultures and communities across the capital.  It has more than 300 languages and cuisine from over 70 countries.

Market Report:

Between 1991 and 2002, the per capita consumption of plastics increased in Western Europe from 64 to 95 kg/inh/year, an average growth of 3 per cent per year (pa). In 2002, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) estimated that the waste plastics represent 8 per cent of the mass – but 20 per cent of the volume - of MSW in Western Europe. The evolution of municipal waste in Paris is illustrative. In the 1940s, the Parisian citizen created 240 kg pa MSW. This contained almost no plastics, which started to appear in the 1950s. By 1970, waste arising had grown (to 415 kg per inhabitant pa) and plastics comprised almost 5 per cent of the average rubbish bin. In 1980, the proportion had risen to 8 per cent (of 477 kg). In 1990, 11 per cent (of 558kg) of the waste comprised plastics and in 2000 the figure had reached 13 per cent (of 588 kg).

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

·        CompuCycle

·        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.


Investment on recycling technologies:

In volume, PET is currently the number one recycled resin. Supply of recycled PET is in excess of 800 million pounds per year. This figure is expected to grow, reaching over 1 billion pounds during the next few years. The plastics industry has developed new markets and applications for recycled resins from both post-consumer and post-industrial sources Total market demand is reported as 1.2 billion pounds per year. Since only 800 million pounds are processed in the USA, consumers are forced to look at wide spec virgin PET (virgin resin that is outside of spec but still usable) which is normally sold at a discount to virgin prices, but still higher than recycled (RPET) pricing. Some manufacturers are also forced to import materials from Mexico, India and South America. Some converters are being forced to use more expensive virgin resin. The current pricing for virgin resin is $0.65-0.73 per lb and $0.42-.53 for RPET flake.  The spread between the two has traditionally been maintained at approximately $0.20 per lb. The total reported market of extruded film and sheet is 872 million pounds, of which identified industry usage of RPET is 160 million pounds. The reported market demand (to replace virgin PS, PVC and PET) if RPET was available is estimated at 1 billion pounds. Current pricing for RPET sheet is $0.70-0.79 per lb. The total reported domestic plastic strapping market is 240 million pounds. Of this market, industry usage of virgin polypropylene is 132 million pounds and of PET is 108 million pounds.  It is generally accepted in the industry that less expensive strapping made from RPET could not only take over the polypropylene strapping market, but convert as much of the much larger and more expensive steel strapping market as RPET strapping was available. Current pricing for RPET strapping is $0.90 -1.08 per lb.



Top Universities in London:

·        University College London (UCL)

·        Imperial College London

·        King's College London

·        Queen Mary, University of London

·        Royal Holloway, University of London

·        School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)

·        Birkbeck College

·        University of London

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


Market Research on Recycling:

Strong demand for recycled plastics is working in the industry's favour.  Major users of plastic packaging, apparently responding to consumer desires, have begun incorporating at least some recycled plastic content in their products as part of the growing interest in recycling.  Recycled resin demand is on the rise as prices for the two major recycled resins, PET and HDPE, continue to hold value or appreciate against their virgin counterparts. In volume, PET is currently the number one recycled resin. Supply of recycled PET is in excess of 800 million pounds per year. This figure is expected to grow, reaching over 1 billion pounds during the next few years. The plastics industry has developed new markets and applications for recycled resins from both post-consumer and post-industrial sources.

 The U.S. market for fluoro chemical and polymers is expected to increase from 2.1 billion pounds in 2016 to nearly 2.4 billion pounds in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.3% for 2016-2021. US demand for post-consumer recycled plastic will rise 6.5 % yearly to 3.5 billion pounds in 2016. Bottles will remain the leading source while other types gain market share. LDPE/LLDPE will be the fastest growing recycled resins. Packaging will continue as the top market, driven by food and beverage bottles and thermoformed containers. This study analyses the 2.5 billion pound US recycled plastics industry. It presents historical demand data for the years 2001, 2006 and 2011, and forecasts for 2016 and 2021 by source and market.

The global market for plastics additives was valued at $48.2 billion in 2015. This market is estimated to grow from nearly $50.6 billion in 2016 to $64.6 billion by 2021 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.0 % for the period of 2016-2021. The global electronic component market volume was 3.6 billion pounds in 2014. This market should reach nearly 3.8 billion pounds in 2015 and more than 4.4 billion pounds by 2020, demonstrating a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.3% from 2015 to 2020. In 2012 plastics recycling and energy recovery reached 62%

In the UK alone, the plastics industry has an annual turnover in excess of £19b and employs approximately 180,000 people. In 2011 the UK exported £6.7b of plastics and plastics products and accounted for 7% of UK manufacturing activity, greater than the automotive and pharmaceutical industries combined. There are some 7,500 firms engaged in the UK plastics industry. UK plastics are at the forefront of world class design, technology and manufacturing. The use of plastics touches almost every aspect of our day to day lives from reducing the weight of our cars to help lower emissions to increasing the lifespan of our food to reduce waste.

Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Adele Muscolo
Professor
University of Reggio Calabria
Reggio Calabria, Italy
OCM Member
M. Reza Shadnam
Professor
Canadian Scientific Research and Experimental Development
Toronto, Canada
OCM Member
Lingai LUO
French National Center for Scientific Research
Nantes, France
OCM Member
Lus Averous
Professor, Polymer Research
University of Strasbourg
Stransbourg, France
OCM Member
Anthony Halog
Lecturer, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences
University of Queensland
Queensland, Australia
OCM Member
Chang-Ying Zhao
Professor, School of Mechanical Engineering
SJTU (Shanghai JiaoTong University)
Minhang Qu, China
OCM Member
Rui Cunha Marques
Professor, Civil Engineering
Universidade de Lisboa
Av. Rovisco Pais, Portugal
OCM Member
Mohammad Ahmad Al-Nimr
Professor, Mechanicl Engineering
JUST( Jordan University of Science and Technology)
Ar Ramtha, Jordan
OCM Member
Mohamed Deyab
Professor, Physical Chemistry
Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute
cairo, Egypt
OCM Member
Hamidi Abdul Aziz
Professor, Environmental Engineering
Universiti Sains Malaysia
Penang, Malaysia
OCM Member
Miguel Nuno Miranda
Researcher
National Laboratory of Engineering and Geology (LNEG)
Estrada Paco Lumiar, Portugal
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