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Conference: Crete 2012

Keynote SpeakersFuture Management of Hazardous and Special Waste – Some Reflections?Stegmann R.future management, hazardous waste, special waste
Keynote SpeakersThe Importance of Waste Characterization for Treatment, Recycling and Reuse of Industrial WasteZanetti M.C.waste characterization, treatment, recycling, reuse, industrial waste
Session 1: «Industrial and Hazardous Waste Legislation»Review of hazardous waste policy and minimum treatment standards in EuropeRaptis C., Lolos T., Tsompanidis C.hazardous waste policy, minimum treatment standards, Europe
Session 1: «Industrial and Hazardous Waste Legislation»Comparison of new classification approaches for hazardous chemical products and hazardous wastes – Adaptation of waste characterization to new chemicals legislationWirth O., Sander K.new classification approaches, new chemicals legislation, waste characterization
Session 1: «Industrial and Hazardous Waste Legislation»Discriset: Biotests for hazard characterization of waste – A tool for hazardous waste classificationWeltens R., Vanermen G., Tirez K., Deprez K., Michiels L., Rossi E.Discriset, biotests, waste characterization, waste classification
Session 1: «Industrial and Hazardous Waste Legislation»Extended producer responsibility policies in Greece and Cyprus: Current achievement and challenges aheadLasaridi K., Zorpas A.A., Abeliotis K., Chroni C., Ioannou T.producer responsibility policies, Greece, Cyprus
Session 1: «Industrial and Hazardous Waste Legislation»Assessment of guidelines and quality control for use of recycled materials in New South Wales, AustraliaThom J.M., Nash J.M.guidelines, quality control, recycled materials, New South Wales, Australia
Session 1: «Industrial and Hazardous Waste Legislation»WEEE Management: Case Study SerbiaStepanović M., Vlahović M., Stanković D., Jovanić P.WEEE, Management, Serbia
Session 2: «Metallurgy and Scrap Metals»Characterization and treatment of metallurgical waste deposits of the Villasalto old antimony mine (SE Sardinia, Italy)Contini E., Naitza S., Peretti R., Tocco S., Zucca A.characterization, treatment, metallurgical waste deposits, Villasalto, antimony, Sardinia, Italy)
Session 2: «Metallurgy and Scrap Metals»Studies for remediation by soil flushing in a metallurgical plant siteDesogus P., Manca P.P., Orrù G.remediation, soil flushing, metallurgical plant site
Session 2: «Metallurgy and Scrap Metals»Role of microbes in hydrometallurgical residue stability: A review and case studyLin W.Y., Zhang B.Y., Zhu Z.W.microbes, hydrometallurgical residue stability
Session 2: «Metallurgy and Scrap Metals»Mass balance and oxidation of aluminium scraps fed into incineration furnacesBiganzoli L., Grosso M., Gorla L., Nessi S., Bonelli M.mass balance, oxidation, aluminium scraps, incineration furnaces
Session 2: «Metallurgy and Scrap Metals»Generation characteristics of arsine during metal recovery by acid from lead smelter dustMizutani S., Muragishi H., Kanjo Y., Hasegawa H.generation characteristics, arsine, metal recovery, acid, lead smelter dust
Session 3: «Modeling»Use of mathematical modeling methods when developing monitoring system component and engineering decisions on underground hydrosphere pollution prevention at a potential site of LW and IW disposalAmosov P., Novozhilova N., Klimin S.mathematical modeling methods, hydrosphere pollution prevention
Session 3: «Modeling»Neuro-fuzzy model based predictive algorithm for environmental management of buildingsPapantoniou S., Kolokotsa D., Pouliezos A.neuro-fuzzy, predictive algorithm, environmental management, buildings
Session 3: «Modeling»Parametric modeling for neutral assessment of environmental liabilities – Some field dataLindskog S., Labor B.parametric modeling, neutral assessment, environmental liabilities
Session 3: «Modeling»Application of advanced clustering methods in a GIS based forest fire risk assessment toolGobakis K., Lykas C., Kolokotsa D., Stavrakakis G.advanced clustering methods, GIS tool, forest fire, risk assessment
Session 3: «Modeling»The development of a decision support software tool for solid waste management planningPanagiotidou N., Stavrakakis G., Venetis C., Konstantzos G., Inglezakis V., Moustakas K., Loizidou M.decision support, software tool, solid waste, management
Special Session I: «Sea & Waste: The case of shipwrecks»Sea waste and contamination: A short reviewAivalioti M., Gidarakos E.sea waste, sea contamination
Special Session I: «Sea & Waste: The case of shipwrecks»Evidence of high risk maritime conditions in the Aegean SeaMiliou A., Acasuso-Rivero C., Shepperson J., Lindholm A., Caprio C., Demetriou M.high risk, maritime conditions,Aegean Sea
Special Session I: «Sea & Waste: The case of shipwrecks»Anthropogenic particles and emerging pollutants in coastal sedimentsBarceló D., Farré M., Llorca M., Karapanagioti H., Siavalas G., Christanis K., Takada H.Anthropogenic particles, emerging pollutants, coastal sediments
Special Session I: «Sea & Waste: The case of shipwrecks»Environmental liability for cruise ship disasters: A case study of the Sea DiamondAylesworth S., Faure A., Moffa A.environmental liability, cruise ship disasters, Sea Diamond
Special Session I: «Sea & Waste: The case of shipwrecks»SEA DIAMOND – Evaluation and qualitative/ quantitative characterization of toxic and hazardous substancesGidarakos E.Sea Diamond, evaluation, qualitative characterization, quantitative characterization, toxic substances, hazardous substances
Special Session I: «Sea & Waste: The case of shipwrecks»Simulation of physicochemical phenomena and heavy metal release in a laboratory – scale reactor, due to WEEE present in the MS Sea Diamond shipwreckHahladakis J., Gidarakos E., Michailakis S.physicochemical phenomena, heavy metal release, WEEE, Sea Diamond, simulation
Keynote SpeakersEmerging Contaminants in the EnvironmentYan S., Tyag R. D., Surampalli R. Y., Ramakrishnan A., Zhang T. C.emerging contaminants
Session 4: «Asbestos»Integrated management guidelines for asbestos containing materials – ACMsGidarakos E., Anastasiadou K.integrated management guidelines, asbestos, asbestos containing materials, ACMs
Session 4: «Asbestos»Public management of Italian asbestos contaminated sitesPaglietti F., Bellagamba S., Conestabile Della Staffa B.public management, asbestos, contaminated sites, Italy
Session 4: «Asbestos»Asbestos disposal in Lombardy (Northern Italy)Sciunnach D., Bellingeri D., Capetta C., Cappa S., Cornaggia N., Losa L., Mensi C., Somigliana A., Zini E.asbestos disposal, Lombardy, Italy
Session 4: «Asbestos»Croatian practice in removal and disposal of asbestos containing materialsLovinčić V., Sojcic M.Croatia, ACMs removal, ACMs disposal, asbestos containing materials
Session 4: «Asbestos»An innovative technology for the detoxifycation of asbestosAnastasiadou K., Kousaiti A., Gidarakos E.innovative, technology, detoxifycation ,asbestos
Session 4: «Asbestos»Asbestos waste carbonation: a new asbestos treatment with CO2 recoveryTrapasso F., Croci D., Plescia P., Tempesta E.asbestos waste carbonation, new treatment ,CO2 recovery
Session 5: «Recovery Opportunities»Combined material and energy recovery from incontinence materialBurkhardt M., Busch G.material recovery, energy recovery, incontinence material
Session 5: «Recovery Opportunities»Recent developments in solid waste management – Bio-methanisation and Bio-energy generation from domestic and industrial wastesRajamani S.solid waste management, bio-methanisation, bio-energy generation
Session 5: «Recovery Opportunities»Electrodialysis for the nickel electroplating industry from Sinos river basinBenvenuti T., Haubert G., Fensterseifer Jr. G., Rodrigues M.A.S., Bernardes A.M., Zoppas Ferreira J.electrodialysis, nickel, nickel electroplating industry, Sinos river basin
Session 5: «Recovery Opportunities»Resource recovery potential of sewage sludge ashes (SSA)Krueger O., Adam C.resource recovery, sewage sludge ashes, SSA
Session 5: «Recovery Opportunities»Precise determination of rare earth elements (REEs) for evaluation of recovery rate by an extraction with a dilute acidKashiwakura S., Wagatsuma K.rare earth elements, REEs, recovery rate evaluation, dilute acid extraction
Session 5: «Recovery Opportunities»Pyrolysis and recycling of the reinforcement from wind blades scraps: A case studyPico D., Jansen M., Seide G., Gries T.pyrolysis, recycling, wind blades scraps reinforcement
Session 6: «Heavy Metal Contamination»Evaluation of the Cr(VI) contamination at the Assopos-Thiva basins and C. Evia, Greece: An integrated approach on the soil, plant-crops and groundwater systemEconomou-Eliopoulos M., Megremi I., Atsarou C., Theodoratou Ch., Vasilatos Ch.Cr(VI), contamination, Assopos, Thiva, Evia, Greece
Session 6: «Heavy Metal Contamination»Investigation of potential soil contamination with Cr in the facilities of a metal finishing unit at Asopos industrial areaFloros N., Panagopoulos J., Karagiannis A., Papassiopi N., Xenidis A.soil contamination, Cr, metal finishing unit, Asopos
Session 6: «Heavy Metal Contamination»Hexavalent chromium [Cr(VI)] in drinking water of Greece – Estimation of the originMitrakas M., Tzouranos N.D., Kazakis N., Kaprara E., Simeonidis C., Samaras P., Zouboulis A.I.hexavalent chromium, Cr(VI), drinking water, Greece
Session 6: «Heavy Metal Contamination»Hexavalent chromium pollution, speciation and stable isotopesMimides T.M., Koilakos D.I.hexavalent chromium, pollution, speciation, stable isotopes
Session 6: «Heavy Metal Contamination»Assessment of heterogeneity in heavy metal contamination in soil: an example from a historical mining and smelting waste deposit in Lavrion, GreeceArgyraki A., Zotiadis V.heterogeneity, heavy metal, soil contamination, Lavrion, Greece
Session 6: «Heavy Metal Contamination»Groundwater remediation from Cd, Zn contamination using Greek natural zeolite – Laboratory batch and column experimentsSimantiraki F., Gidarakos E.groundwater remediation, Cd contamination, Zn contamination, Greek, natural zeolite
Workshop I: «Diffusion of Waste-Related Cleaner Technologies: How R&D Contributes to Sustainable Solutions»How European research projects on waste-related cleaner technologies contribute to sustainable solutionsMartinuzzi A., Montevecchi F.european research, waste-related, cleaner technologies, sustainable solutions
Workshop I: «Diffusion of Waste-Related Cleaner Technologies: How R&D Contributes to Sustainable Solutions»Maximizing resource use from building demolitions: UK Case StudiesCurran T., Williams I.D., Kent A.resource use, building demolitions, UK
Workshop I: «Diffusion of Waste-Related Cleaner Technologies: How R&D Contributes to Sustainable Solutions»Bio-composites based on forest derived materials and biodegradable polymersLazzeri A., Cinelli P., Phuong T.V., Anguillesi I.Bio-composites, forest derived materials, biodegradable polymers
Workshop I: «Diffusion of Waste-Related Cleaner Technologies: How R&D Contributes to Sustainable Solutions»A novel red mud treatment processBalomenos E., Gianopoulou I., Panias D., Paspaliaris I.novel process, red mud treatment
Workshop II: «IWWG Task Group: Industrial Waste Management»Industrial wastes characterization, management and applied remediation techniquesGidarakos E.industrial wastes characterization, management, remediation techniques
Workshop II: «IWWG Task Group: Industrial Waste Management»Use of pH dependence testing and geochemical speciation modelling to avoid a worst case approach in assessing hazardous properties when classifying waste as hazardous or non-hazardousVan Der Sloot H.A., Hjelmar O., Kosson D.S., Van Zomeren A.pH dependence testing, geochemical speciation modelling, waste classification
Workshop II: «IWWG Task Group: Industrial Waste Management»Chances and limits of hazardous waste management with respect to dissipated productsFriege H.hazardous waste management, dissipated products
Session 7: «Hazardous Substances in the Food Chain»Perfluorinated compounds in the food chainFarré M., Pérez F., Llorca M., Al-Harb N., Skrbic B., Barceló D.perfluorinated compounds, food chain
Session 7: «Hazardous Substances in the Food Chain»Pharmaceutical waste and connected risks for the food chainMorosini C., Severgnini P., Cavallo D.M.G., Chiaranda M., Urbini G.pharmaceutical waste, food chain
Session 7: «Hazardous Substances in the Food Chain»The uptake of nickel and chromium from irrigating water by potatoes, carrots and onionsStasinos S., Theocharis S., Zabetakis I.nickel uptake, chromium uptake, irrigating water, potatoes, carrots, onions
Session 7: «Hazardous Substances in the Food Chain»Cultivation of medicinal and aromatic plants in heavy metal – contaminated soils – Exploitation with cautionLydakis-Simantiris N., Skoula M., Fabian M., Naxakis G.medicinal plants, aromatic plants, contaminated soils
Session 8: «Leaching Issues»Benefits of a characterisation leaching database and associated chemical speciation modelling to facilitate proper management of hazardous wasteVan Der Sloot H.A., Kosson D.S., Garrabrants A.G., Hjelmar O., Comans R.benefits, characterisation, leaching database, chemical speciation modelling
Session 8: «Leaching Issues»Leaching test protocol for assessing the eco-compatibility of hardened woody biomass fly ash-cement mixturesBerra M., Mangialardi T., Paolini A.E., Piga L.leaching test protocol, eco-compatibility, hardened woody biomass, fly ash-cement
Session 8: «Leaching Issues»Leaching characteristics of radioactive cesium from municipal solid waste incinerator ash, sewage sludge ash, waterworks sludge and soilSakanakura H., Ishimori H., Endo K., Yamada M., Osako M.leaching characteristics, radioactive cesium, incinerator ash, sewage sludge ash, waterworks sludge, soil
Session 8: «Leaching Issues»Leaching of heavy metals from construction & demolition wasteButera S., Christensen T.H., Astrup T.heavy metals leaching, construction waste, demolition waste
Session 9: «Automotive Shredder Residues»Italian experience on automotive shredder residues: Characterization and managementCossu R., Fiore S., Lai T., Mancini G., Ruffino B., Viotti P., Zanetti M.C.automotive shredder residues, characterization, management, Italy
Session 9: «Automotive Shredder Residues»Characterization and management of wastes from automotive shredder residues – Gasification and combustion treatmentRuscica R., Mancini G., Luciano A., Viotti P., Torretta V.characterization, management, automotive shredder residues, gasification, combustion
Session 9: «Automotive Shredder Residues»Recovery of valuable fractions from automobile shredder residues (ASRs): Perspectives and cost evaluationRuffino B., Fiore S., Zanetti M.C.automobile shredder residues, ASRs, recovery
Session 9: «Automotive Shredder Residues»Utilization of residues from shredding of scrap metals for energy productionNedenskov J.scrap metals residues, energy production
Keynote SpeakersOrganic Contaminants of Emerging Concern in Agricultural and Urban Groundwaters. Catalonia and Barcelona (Spain) case studiesBarceló D., Petrovic M., Postigo C., Lopez-Serna R., Koeckschulmeyer M., Mastroianni N., Lopez De Alda M., Diaz-Cruz M.S., Garcia-Galan M.J., Ginebreda A., Jurado A., Vazquez-Sune E., Carrera J.organic contaminants, groundwaters, Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain
Keynote SpeakersWater use cycle in Attica, Greece: Following the quality of the water through the cycle”Lekkas T.D., Thomaidis N.S., Stasinakis A.S.water use cycle, quality, Attica, Greece
Special Session II: «Hazardous Medical Waste Management (in Greek)»An overview of the recent regulations for healthcare waste management in GreeceVoudrias E.regulations, healthcare, waste management, Greece
Special Session II: «Hazardous Medical Waste Management (in Greek)»Hazardous healthcare waste management: The reality through the controls of the Special Agency of Environmental InspectorsDespotidou Μ., Drouza Α., Mavromatis S., Milioreli Κ., Christophorou S.healthcare waste, medical waste, Special Agency of Environmental Inspectors
Special Session II: «Hazardous Medical Waste Management (in Greek)»Hazard evaluation of medical waste ashGidarakos Ε., Tzanakos K., Mimilidou A.hazard evaluation, medical waste ash
Special Session II: «Hazardous Medical Waste Management (in Greek)»Diseases caused by improper medical waste managementVarthalitis I.diseases, medical waste management
Session 10: «Contaminant Release and Transport»Monitoring of contaminant transport by using geoelectrical resistivity tomographySeferou P., Soupios P., Candasayar E., Papadopoulos N., Sarris A., Aktarakçi H.contaminant transport, monitoring, geoelectrical resistivity tomography
Session 10: «Contaminant Release and Transport»Statistical analysis of groundwater and soil samples with special emphasis on rare earth elementsPourjabbar A., Einax J.W., Büchel G.statistical analysis, groundwater samples, soil samples, rare earth elements
Session 10: «Contaminant Release and Transport»Mobility and bioavailability of contaminants in MSW incineration ash: Assessment of acute and chronic toxic effects with aquatic and terrestrial bioassaysRibé V., Nehrenheim E., Odlare M.contaminants mobility, contaminants bioavailability, MSW incineration ash, acute effects, chronic toxic effects, aquatic bioassays, terrestrial bioassays
Session 10: «Contaminant Release and Transport»Extractability of non-process elements in green liquor dregs by artificial sweat and gastric fluidsMäkelä M., Pöykiö R., Manskinen K., Nurmesniemi H., Dahl O.non-process elements, extractability, green liquor dregs, artificial sweat, gastric fluids
Session 10: «Contaminant Release and Transport»Dust storms: On importance of tailing dump heightAmosov P., Baklanov A.dust storms, tailing dump height
Session 11: «Waste / Material Characterization»Spatial and temporal characterization of olive mill wastewater in CyprusAnastasiou C., Grafias P., Lambrou T.P., Kalli A.spatial characterization, temporal characterization, olive mill, wastewater, Cyprus
Session 11: «Waste / Material Characterization»Characterization of precipitates obtained from copper-rich wastewater by ferrite processKlapper D., Heuss-Aßbichler S., Blaess U.precipitates characterization, copper-rich, wastewater, ferrite process
Session 11: «Waste / Material Characterization»Characterization of biochar nanoparticles from hydrothermal carbonization of process residues from the Brazilian rice producing industryBradl H.B., Bottlinger M.biochar nanoparticles characterization, hydrothermal carbonization, Brazil, rice
Session 11: «Waste / Material Characterization»Fat and fuel properties and methyl esters content of biodiesel from different animal wastesMata T., Martins A.A., Teixeira J.M., Melo A.C.M., Caetano N.S.fat properties, fuel properties, methyl esters, biodiesel, animal wastes
Session 11: «Waste / Material Characterization»Natural soil mixed with paper mill sludge characterization by 1H nuclear magnetic resonance longitudinal relaxation timeVannini M., Bonoli A., Bortolotti V., Macini P., Mesini E.natural soil, paper mill sludge, 1H, relaxation time
Session 12: «Mining Issues»The social cost of mining: the case of gold mining in ChalkidikiKontogianni A., Damigos D., Tourkolias Ch., Skourtos M.social cost, gold, Chalkidiki
Session 12: «Mining Issues»Environmental assessment of the abandoned sulfide mine of “Kokkinopezoula” in CyprusGavriel I., Kostarelos K., Stylianou M.sulfide mine, Kokkinopezoula, Cyprus
Session 12: «Mining Issues»Restoration of an acid mine drainage polluted lake in northern SwedenMiskovsky K., Ferenerud S., Ragnvaldsson D., Lövgren L., Lundkvist A., Jacks G.acid mine, polluted lake, Sweden
Session 12: «Mining Issues»Recycling of residues from mining leachate treatment for remediation of arsenic contaminated groundwaterTesser E., D’Amato E., Gori R., Lubello C., Sirini P., Chiavola A.leachate treatment, recucling, remediation, arsenic, groundwater
Session 12: «Mining Issues»Sustainable management of mine wastes – Case Study: The old Olympias mixed sulphides tailingsGazea A., Daftsis E., Papafilippou N., Stratis J., Alifragkis D.management, mine wastes, Olympias, mixed sulphides tailings
Session 13: «Management Practices I»Industrial solid waste hierarchy: A case study on life cycle management of copper slagSong X.L., Yang J.X., Lu B.industrial, solid waste, hierarchy, copper slag, life cycle
Session 13: «Management Practices I»Offshore drilling waste managementBilstad T., Stenberg E.S., Jensen B., Larsen T., Toft M.offshore, drilling, waste management
Session 13: «Management Practices I»A new agro-industrial waste management model for supporting rural cooperative stewardship and sustainable developmentLi P., Chen B., Zhang B. Y., Jing L.new model, agro-industrial, waste management, rural cooperative stewardship, sustainable development
Session 13: «Management Practices I»Management of special wastes by the Kapodistrian municipalities of the Prefecture of Thessaloniki, Greece: Comments & suggestionsYannopoulos S., Plakas K., Dimoudi E., Oikonomou E.K.special wastes, Kapodistrian, Thessaloniki, Greece
Session 13: «Management Practices I»Ceramic tile waste as a waste management solution for concreteTabak Y., Kara M., Günay E., Yildimir S.T., Yilmaz Ş.ceramic tile, concrete
Session 13: «Management Practices I»Distribution of acid extractable fluoride in steelmaking slag and mixture treatment aiming to reuseMizutani S., Kanjo Y., Sakanakura H.acid extractable fluoride, steelmaking slag
Session 14: «National Case Studies»Solid waste management in BrazilRanieri E., De Abreu Azevedo M.solid waste, management, Brazil
Session 14: «National Case Studies»A kaleidoscope evaluation of construction waste management in the UKOsmani M.construction, waste management, UK
Session 14: «National Case Studies»Acid sulphate soils in eastern AustraliaThom M.J., Nash J.M.Acid,sulphate,Australia
Session 14: «National Case Studies»Design and construction of three hazard waste centers in TunisiaBurkhardt G., Winckel P., Ball P.hazardous waste centers, Tunisia
Session 14: «National Case Studies»Solidification / stabilization of incineration plants residuesSaltabas F., Kiris A., Tombul B., Hatipoglu M., Baldassarre M.solidification, stabilization, incineration plants residues
Session 14: «National Case Studies»Application of the ChESS methodology for assessment of soil ecological status at four contaminated sites in SwedenRibé V., Gren L., Nehrenheim E., Wetterholm P., Odlare M.ChESS, soil, Sweden
Session 15: «Bio-energy Production Perspectives»Electrical energy production from biosolids: A comparative study between anaerobic digestion and gasificationGikas P., Noll S.A.electrical energy production, biosolids anaerobic digestion, gasification
Session 15: «Bio-energy Production Perspectives»Estimate of the potential generation of biomass, methane and energy by major livestock in BrazilPeresin D., Trentin A.C., Bortolin T.A., Schneider V.E.Estimate, biomass, methane, energy, major livestock, Brazil
Session 15: «Bio-energy Production Perspectives»Effect of organic loading rate on the anaerobic co-digestion of agroindustrial wastes in a two-stage systemDareioti Μ., Vavouraki Α.Ι., Κornaros M.organic loading rate, anaerobic, co-digestion, agro-industrial
Session 15: «Bio-energy Production Perspectives»Bioethanol production from different agroindustrial wastesCaetano N.S., Martins A.A., Silva V.F.M., Moura R.F., Mata T.bioethanol, production, agro-industrial
Session 15: «Bio-energy Production Perspectives»Recover of different waste vegetable oils for biodiesel production: A pilot experience in Bahia State, BrazilTorres E.A., Ferrer T.M., Cerqueira G.S., Quintella C.M., Torretta V., Urbini G.vegetable oils, biodiesel production, Bahia, Brazil
Keynote SpeakersInnovative Remediation Method for Cr(VI)- Contaminated Sites: Application of Fluidized Granulated Iron for Chromate Reduction in EffluentsMueller P., Lorber K.E.remediation, method, Cr(VI), fluidized iron, granulated iron, chromate reduction, effluents
Workshop III: «WEEE Recovery and Recycling»The new WEEE and ROHs Directives – Challenges for designing electrical and electronic products and handling e-wasteJanz A., Rummler T.WEEE, ROHs, directives, e-waste
Workshop III: «WEEE Recovery and Recycling»WEEE flows in Germany and the perspective of product responsibility for efficient use of resourcesSander K.WEEE flows, Germany
Workshop III: «WEEE Recovery and Recycling»Case study on WEEE recycling in AustriaSchwarz T., Lorber K.E., Pomberger R., Arnberger A., Lukas S., Curtis A., Grinschgl A.WEEE, recycling, Austria
Workshop III: «WEEE Recovery and Recycling»The implementation of extended producer responsibility in Greece: The case study of waste electrical and electronic equipmentIoannou T., Kritikou T., Abeliotis K., Lasaridi K.extended producer responsibility, Greece, WEEE
Workshop III: «WEEE Recovery and Recycling»Removing the hazards from your products – Lessons learned from HPHieronymi K., McIntyre K., Seager D.HP, Hewlett, Packard
Workshop III: «WEEE Recovery and Recycling»Enhancement of a CDM-methodology for end-of-life refrigeratorsRettenberger G.CDM-methodology, refrigerators
Session 16: «Medical Waste Management and Treatment»Composition and production rate of pharmaceutical waste from Xanthi General Hospital in GreeceVoudrias E., Kermenidou M., Goudakou L., Softa A., Iatridis A.composition, production rate, pharmaceutical waste, Xanthi, general hospital, Greece
Session 16: «Medical Waste Management and Treatment»Evaluation of health-care waste management and segregation efficiency in a teaching hospitalSchneider V.E., Stedile N.L.R., Paiz J.C., Giacomassa S.D. Manfredini K.L.health care, waste management, segregation efficiency
Session 16: «Medical Waste Management and Treatment»Towards sustainable waste management: An observational study of health care practiceManzi S., Nichols A., Pahl S., Grose J., Bennallick M., Richardson J.sustainable, waste management, health care
Session 16: «Medical Waste Management and Treatment»Treatment of infectious waste water from medical, pharmaceutical and chemical establishmentsSarc R., Lorber K.E., Gesslbauer S., Katschnig H.F., Staber G.infectious, waste water, treatment
Session 16: «Medical Waste Management and Treatment»Synthesis of geopolymers using fly ash from incinerated hospital wasteMimilidou A., Tzanakos K., Anastasiadou K., Stratakis A., Gidarakos E.synthesis, geopolymers, fly ash, incinerated, hospital waste
Session 17: «Groundwaters»Design of in-situ permeable sorption barriers for removal of BTEX from contaminated groundwaterBanti D., Voudrias E.permeable, sorption, barriers, BTEX, groundwater
Session 17: «Groundwaters»An innovative technique for remediation of groundwaters: Discontinuous permeable reactive barriersBortone I., Di Nardo A., Di Natale M., Musmarra D., Santonastaso G.F.remediation, technique, discontinuous, permeable, reactive, barriers
Session 17: «Groundwaters»Are accelerated column tests used in permeable reactive barriers design sufficiently reliable?Bilardi S., Calabrò P.S., Moraci N.accelerated column tests, permeable reactive barriers
Session 17: «Groundwaters»Laboratory study on the remediation of BTEX contaminated groundwater using compost and Greek natural zeoliteSimantiraki F., Aivalioti M., Gidarakos E.remediation, BTEX, compost, Greek natural zeolite
Session 17: «Groundwaters»Hexavalent chromium reduction with polyphenol-coated nano zero valent ironMystrioti C., Sparis D., Papassiopi N., Xenidis A., Dermatas D., Chrysochoou M.hexavalent chromium, polyphenol, nano, zerovalent iron
Session 17: «Groundwaters»Occurrence and remediation of PCE and other chlorinated solvents in Sydney urban groundwater systemsNash J.M., Rockett L., Plambeck K.PCE, chlorinated solvents, Sydney
Session 18: «Non Wasted Waste»Use of desalination concentrate as a magnesium source for struvite precipitation from wastewaterZewuhn A., Gerth J., Lahav O., Calmano W.desalination concentrate, magnesium, struvite precipitation
Session 18: «Non Wasted Waste»Use of weathered and fresh bottom ash mix layers as a subbase in road constructions: Environmental behavior enhancement by means of a retaining barrierDer Valle-Zermeño R., Chimenos J.M., Giró-Paloma J., Formosa J.bottom ash, road constructions
Session 18: «Non Wasted Waste»Mine water treatment solutions for discharge and reuseDoll B.mine, water, treatment
Session 18: «Non Wasted Waste»Production of synthetic zeolite from treated asbestos wasteAnastasiadou K., Kalderis D., Gidarakos E.synthetic zeolite, asbestos waste
Session 18: «Non Wasted Waste»Use of olive pomace biochar for the immobilization of metals in soilPellera F.-M., Gidarakos E.olive pomace biochar, metals immobilization
Session 18: «Non Wasted Waste»From waste to concrete: An experience of reuse of MSWI slags as recycled aggregate in concrete kerbs and flat tilesSorlini S., Collivignarelli C., Abbá A.concrete, MSWI slags, concrete kerbs, flat tiles
Workshop IV: «Waste Management and Resource Efficiency Policies»Waste management and resource efficiency policies in the EUWolff G.waste management, resource efficiency, EU
Workshop IV: «Waste Management and Resource Efficiency Policies»EU flagship initiative for sustainable growth and German resource efficiency programmeRummler T., Janz A.EU, sustainable growth, resource efficiency, German programme
Workshop IV: «Waste Management and Resource Efficiency Policies»DYNAMIX – a new European project on policy mixes for decoupling resource use from economic growthGruenig M., Hirschnitz-Garbers M., Martinuzzi A., Montevecchi F., Sedlacko M.DYNAMIX, EU, policy mixes
Workshop IV: «Waste Management and Resource Efficiency Policies»The Riskcycle Project: R+D contribution for innovations in the field of risk-based management of chemicals and productsBilitewski B.Riskcycle, R&D, contribution, chemicals products
Session 19: «Medical Waste Production and Characterization»Hazardous medical waste generation rates of different categories of healthcare facilities in GreeceKomilis D., Fouki A., Arampatzi D., Papadopoulos D.medical waste, generation rates, healthcare, Greece
Session 19: «Medical Waste Production and Characterization»The examination of a benchmark project – Comparison of waste amounts of different Austrian hospitalsMahnik S., Horinek G.benchmark project, Austria, hospitals
Session 19: «Medical Waste Production and Characterization»A separation of infectious from uninfectious healthcare waste – Selected examples for a separation at the Jena University HospitalHoffmann M.infectious, uninfectious, healthcare waste, Jena University Hospital
Session 19: «Medical Waste Production and Characterization»Evaluation of different leaching methods for the characterization of bottom ash from incinerated hospital wasteTimotheatou E., Anastasiadou K., Gidarakos E.Evaluation, leaching methods, bottom ash, incinerated waste
Session 19: «Medical Waste Production and Characterization»Solidification/stabilization of ash from medical waste incineration into geopolymersTzanakos K., Mimilidou A., Anastasiadou K., Stratakis A., Gidarakos E.solidification, stabilization, ash, geopolymers
Session 20: «Waste - Contaminant - Hazard Monitoring»Emissions and impact on air quality from the use of alternative fuels by a cement factory in ThessalonikiMoussiopoulos N., Banias G., Douros I., Michailidou A.V., Tsegas G.emissions, air quality, alternative fuels, cement, Thessaloniki
Session 20: «Waste - Contaminant - Hazard Monitoring»Fabrication of a laccase biosensor embedded on a fluidic microreactor for hazardous waste monitoringGonzález J.C., Unigarro E.A., Sierra R., Osma J.F.laccase biosensor, fluidic microreactor
Session 20: «Waste - Contaminant - Hazard Monitoring»A chemical sensor utilizing near infrared spectroscopy: Developing a spectra databaseKlavarioti M., Kostarelos K., Ghandehari M.chemical sensor, near infrared spectroscopy, spectra database
Session 20: «Waste - Contaminant - Hazard Monitoring»Determination of oxidation kinetics at low temperatures in a differential reactor as basis for the evaluation of the self heating potential of garage wasteKern H., Held K., Spijker C., Raupenstrauch H.oxidation kinetics, low temperatures, self heating, garage waste
Session 20: «Waste - Contaminant - Hazard Monitoring»Explosion prevention in waste treatment facilities – Studies on the explosive behaviour of dusts occuring in waste treatment facilitiesHeld K., Kern H., Raupenstrauch H.explosion prevention, dusts
Session 21: «Thermal Treatment»Chances and limitations of pyrolysisBilitewski B.chances,limitations,pyrolysis
Session 21: «Thermal Treatment»Evaluation of the CO2 storage capacity of different types of steel slag subjected to accelerated carbonationBaciocchi R., Costa G., Di Gianfilippo M., Polettini A., Pomi R., Stamazzo A.CO2, storage capacity, steel slag, accelerated carbonation
Session 21: «Thermal Treatment»Investigation on accelerated carbonation of MSW incineration bottom ash for application of biogas purificationLin W.Y., Wang J.-Y.accelerated carbonation, MSW, incineration, bottom ash, biogas purification
Session 21: «Thermal Treatment»Spontaneous ignition of waste materialRaupenstrauch H.spontaneous,ignition,waste,material
Session 21: «Thermal Treatment»Microwave pyrolysis as a method to glass fibre recovery from used blades of wind turbinesFoltynowicz Z., Åkesson D., Christeen J., Skrifvars M.microwave,pyrolysis, glass fibre, wind turbine blades
Keynote SpeakersUrban Mining and Sustainable Landfilling in Solid Waste ManagementR. Cossu, V. Bisinellaurban mining, sustainable landfilling
Keynote SpeakersGaseous Emissions from Hazardous Waste Landfills – Occurrence, Investigations, Methods, Results, Impact, PreventionG. Rettenbergergaseous emissions, landfills
Special Session III: «Mineral and Metallurgical Waste Management in Greece (in Greek)»Mining and metallurgical waste management in GreeceEleftheriadou S.mining, metallurgical, waste, management, Greece
Special Session III: «Mineral and Metallurgical Waste Management in Greece (in Greek)»Evaluation of the soil, water and plant Cr(VI) and other metal contamination at the Assopos-Thiva basin and C. Evia: Sources and solutionsEconomou-Eliopoulos M., Megremi I., Atsarou C., Theodoratou Ch., Vasilatos Ch.Cr(VI), metal, Assopos, Thiva, Evia
Special Session III: «Mineral and Metallurgical Waste Management in Greece (in Greek)»Reclamation of old tailing disposal area of Olympias Halkidiki mineAlifragkis D., Voulgaridou E., Daftsis E., Characlias I.tailing disposal, Olympias, Halkidiki, mine
Special Session III: «Mineral and Metallurgical Waste Management in Greece (in Greek)»The metallurgical plant of LARCOTomazinaki C.metallurgical, plant, LARCO
Session 22: «Landfilling»A procedure minimizing the wasting of space for the siting of hazardous waste landfills as part of a solid waste management systemDe Feo G., De Gisi S.minimizing, wasting space, landfills
Session 22: «Landfilling»Building an integrated toolbox for the environmental health impact assessment of landfill mining operationsSmolders R., Spooren J., Quaghebeur M., Weltens R., Berghmans P.toolbox, environmental health, landfill, mining
Session 22: «Landfilling»Evolution of landfill gas mitigation and protection measures in AustraliaNash J.M., Thom M., Holden D.I.gas mitigation, protection measures, Australia
Session 22: «Landfilling»Aerobic stabilization and thermocompaction of tannery sludge for a sustainable landfill disposalAlibardi L., Cossu R.aerobic stabilization, thermocompaction, tannery sludge
Session 22: «Landfilling»On treatment of hazardous organic substances from leachate in a cold humid climateHagenlund G., Lorentzen S.organic substances, leachate, cold climate, humid climate
Session 23: «Bio-processes»Biowastes to remediate contaminated sites and industrial effluentsMontoneri E., Tomasso L., Tabasso S., Ginepro M.biowastes, remediation, contaminated sites, industrial effluents
Session 23: «Bio-processes»Anaerobic digestion of cheese whey wastewater through a two stage systemStamatelatou K., Giantsiou N., Diamantis V., Alexandridis C., Alexandridis A., Aivasidis A.anaerobic digestion, cheese whey, wastewater
Session 23: «Bio-processes»Comparison of the performances of the biosorbents produced from forestry waste and activated carbons on the chromium removal from electroplating effluentSantos F. A., Lima P. H. E., Idrees M., Nome F., Fielder H.D., Pires M.performances, biosorbents, forestry waste, activated carbons, chromium removal, electroplating effluent
Session 23: «Bio-processes»Treatment of wastewaters generated in a surfactant enhanced washing of soils in an aerobic biofilter inoculated with a consortium of hydrocarbon degradersZacarías-Salinas M., García E.I., Torres L.G.treatment, wastewaters, surfactant enhanced washing, aerobic biofilter, hydrocarbon degraders
Session 23: «Bio-processes»Co-composting of egg shell, cow dung and sawdust using passive aeration binKarnchanawong S., Tadkeaw N.Co-composting, egg shell, cow dung, sawdust, passive aeration bin
Session 24: «Management Practices II»Dangerous substances and valuable resources – Two sides of one coinFriege H.dangerous, valuable
Session 24: «Management Practices II»Improving environmental sustainability in developing and emerging countries by upgrading solid waste management techniquesCollivignarelli C., Vaccari M., Stella S., Torretta V.environmental sustainability, developing countries, emerging countries, SWM techniques
Session 24: «Management Practices II»Waste minimization and prevention activities in insular communities – The case studies of Paralimni municipality in CyprusZorpas A.A., Lasaridi K., Voukkali I., Chroni C., Loizia P., Fitiri L.waste, minimization, prevention, insular communities, Paralimni, Cyprus
Session 24: «Management Practices II»Developing a closed loop industrial network for sustainable constructionCurran T., Williams I.D., Kent A., Lambourne M.closed loop, industrial network
Session 24: «Management Practices II»Optimization of waste management system and facility location to reduce transportation cost and environmental impactNicosia F.G., Inturri, Luciano A., Viotti P., Mancini G.optimization, facility location, transportation cost
Session 25: «Sludge Management and Treatment»Sewage sludge as a precursor for biochar productionAgrafioti E., Bouras G., Kalderis D., Diamadopoulos E.sewage sludge, precursor, biochar production
Session 25: «Sludge Management and Treatment»Electrokinetic dewatering of sewage sludge in vertical electric field: Effect of potential gradientGiannis A., Lim R.K., Wang J.-Y.electrokinetic, dewatering, sewage sludge
Session 25: «Sludge Management and Treatment»The use of neutralisation sludge in the process of reclamation and in the building industryUrbánek B., Vodickova E.neutralisation sludge, reclamation, building
Session 25: «Sludge Management and Treatment»Preliminary performance assessment of asphalt concrete with paint sludge from automotive industriesRuffino B., Dalmazzo D., Riviera P.P., Santagata E., Zanetti M.C.asphalt concrete, paint sludge, automotive industries
Session 25: «Sludge Management and Treatment»Toxicity assessment of solidified/stabilized chemical sludge from textile wastewater treatment plantsPatel H., Pandey S.toxicity, chemical sludge, textile, wastewater
Session 25: «Sludge Management and Treatment»Dehydrated sewage sludge hygienization by a combined method of thermophilic aerobic stabilization & vermicompostingOikonomou E.K., Guitonas A., Efthimiadis T.dehydrated, sewage sludge, hygienization, thermophilic aerobic stabilization, vermicomposting
Session 26: «Case Studies of Contaminated Sites»Remediation of a former chlor-alkali site in The NetherlandsPensaert S., Gerbrandts B.remediation, chlor-alkali, The Netherlands
Session 26: «Case Studies of Contaminated Sites»Case study – Hydrogeological assessment and remediation solution for hazardous waste siteCarty G., Madden W., Garvey K., Cronic D., Herlihy S.hydrogeological, assessment, remediation
Session 26: «Case Studies of Contaminated Sites»Remediation of the Stugsundsudden site in Söderhamn SwedenPensaert S., Nollet H.remediation, Stugsundsudden, Söderhamn, Sweden
Session 26: «Case Studies of Contaminated Sites»Preliminary orientation environmental liability assessment study – Results of a full scale industrial installation in the Asopos river basin areaPanagopoulos I., Karayannis A., Hadjidakis D., Karkantzos I., Velissariou A., Zarides C., Gouvalias G., Kassomenos P.environmental liability, Asopos
Session 26: «Case Studies of Contaminated Sites»The Avenue Coking works remediationPensaert S., De Becker G.Avenue Coking, remediation
Session 27: «Wastewater Treatment»Zn2+ removal from wastewater using rice husk as adsorbentGalletti C., Russo N., Fino D.Zn2+, wastewater, rice husk,
Session 27: «Wastewater Treatment»Treatment of industrial wastewater using the electrocoagulation – electroflotation technologyKoutsaftis D., Polychronopoulou E., Chalarakis L.industrial, electrocoagulation, electroflotation
Session 27: «Wastewater Treatment»A comparative study for removal of phenol and bisphenol A from water by polymer adsorbents – Studies of adsorption equilibrium and kineticsIpek I., Çağlar Ç., Gunay S., Yaşar Ç., Kabay N., Yuksel M.phenol A, bisphenol A, polymer adsorbents, adsorption equilibrium, adsorption kinetics
Session 27: «Wastewater Treatment»Development of technology for liquid hazardous wastes treatmentChusov A.N., Molodkina L.M., Andrianova M.J., Kolosova D.D., Fedorov M.P.technology, development, liquid, treatment
Session 27: «Wastewater Treatment»Hexavalent chromium removal in anaerobic process from industrial wastesGarcía-González V., Bernal-Martínez A., Cuevas-Rodríguez G.Hexavalent, chromium, anaerobic process, industrial
Session 27: «Wastewater Treatment»Dynamic adsorption of TNT-contaminated industrial waste water on pine barkChusova O., Nehrenheim E., Odlare M.dynamic, adsorption, TNT-contaminated, industrial, pine,bark
Keynote SpeakersHazardous Additives in Products – A Risk or a Perceived Risk?Bilitewski B., Habil H. C.additives
Session 28: «Chemical Processes»Hydrogen peroxide promoted catalytic wet air oxidation of methylene blue over Fe2O3 / γ-Al2O3 catalystErsöz G., Atalay S.hydrogen, peroxide, oxidation, methylene blue
Session 28: «Chemical Processes»Photocatalytic degradation of bisphenol A (BPA) by immobilized ZnO or TiO2 on glass platesZacharakis A., Chatzisymeon E., Frontistis Z., Mantzavinos D.photocatalytic degradation, bisphenol A, ZnO, TiO2, glass plates
Session 28: «Chemical Processes»Removal of faecal indicator pathogens from waters and wastewaters by photoelectrocatalytic oxidation on TiO2/Ti films under simulated solar radiationSofianos S.S., Politi E., Chatzisymeon E., Xekoukoulotakis N.P., Katsaounis A., Mantzavinos D., Venieri D.faecal, pathogens, photoelectrocatalytic oxidation
Session 28: «Chemical Processes»Performance of different perovskites for the catalytic wet air oxidation of industrial wastewatersBernardi M., Dogliotti M.B., Barletta L., Deorsola F.A., Russo N., Fino D.perovskites, wet air oxidation, industrial wastewaters
Session 28: «Chemical Processes»Extraction of polychlorinated biphenyls from oils using polar aprotic solventsKastanek P., Kastanek F., Maleterova Y., Solcova O., Sobek J., Hajek M.polychlorinated, biphenyls, oils, polar aprotic solvents
Session 29: «Characterization and Treatment of Contaminated Sediments»Assessment of heavy metal and PAH contamination in Greek surficial sediments by using SQGs and pollution indicatorsHahladakis J., Vasilaki G., Smaragdaki E., Gidarakos E.heavy metal, PAH, surficial sediments, SQGs, pollution indicators, Greece
Session 29: «Characterization and Treatment of Contaminated Sediments»Analytical characterization and separation treatment of dredged sediments from small Italian harboursDastoli S., De Gioannis G., Morelli M., Muntoni A., Peretti R., Polettini A., Pomi R., Romano E., Serci A., Stramazzo A., Villani B., Zucca A.dredged sediments, Italian harbours
Session 29: «Characterization and Treatment of Contaminated Sediments»Speciation of heavy metals in sediment samples collected from lake Koumoundourou and Elefsis bayHahladakis J., Vasilaki G., Smaragdaki E., Gidarakos E.heavy metals, lake, Koumoundourou, Elefsis
Session 29: «Characterization and Treatment of Contaminated Sediments»Opportunistic beach nourishment in Greece – A possible source of heavy metals in eroding beachesFoteinis S., Kallithrakas-Kontos N.G., Synolakis C.beach nourishment, Greece, heavy metals, eroding beaches
Session 29: «Characterization and Treatment of Contaminated Sediments»Controlling pollution risk of an important drinking water reservoir in a strong human altered and climatic induced semi-arid environmentTzoraki O., Dörflinger G., Dimitriou C., Polykarpou P.pollution risk, drinking water, human altered, semi-arid, environment
Session 30: «Fly Ash»Characterization of hydrated lime-fly ash mortarsMaravelaki P., Lionakis E., Kostakis G.characterization, hydrated, lime-fly ash, mortars
Session 30: «Fly Ash»Integrated soft synthesis of zeolites using wastes as raw materialsCardoso A.M., Thomaz E., Horn M.B., Azevedo C.M.N., Pires M., Senandes L.F.soft synthesis, zeolites
Session 30: «Fly Ash»Reuse of COSMOS filler, obtained by municipal solid waste incineration fly ash inertisation, in plastic materialsBosio A., Ardesi R., Zacco A., Brisotto M., Gianoncelli A., Gelfi M., Depero L.E., Bontempi E.COSMOS filler, incineration fly ash, plastic materials
Session 30: «Fly Ash»Deposition of fly ash to unprotected ground in the Czech RepublicKubal M., Taufer O., Bucharová J., Kuraš M.deposition, fly ash, Czech Republic
Session 30: «Fly Ash»Enhancement of surface properties of waste oil fly ash by chemical treatmentShawabkeh R., Khan M.J., Al-Juhani A.A., Al-Abdul Wahhab H.I., Hussein I.A.surface properties, waste oil, fly ash, chemical treatment
Session 31: «Energy from Waste»Integrated solid waste management with utilization of RDFKara M., Tabak Y., Günay E., Yildiz Ş., Enç V., Durgut U.SWM, RDF
Session 31: «Energy from Waste»Energy recovery from sludges: Selection of case studies in Subsaharan AfricaTorretta V., Caruson P., Conti F., Leonardi M., Ruggieri G.sludges, Subsaharan Africa
Session 31: «Energy from Waste»Nitrogen and sulphur in biogas systemsDornack C.nitrogen, sulphur, biogas
Session 31: «Energy from Waste»Thermal recycling of plastic waste and biomass in a pyrolysis-gasification systemForbid G.T., Busch G., Dornack C., Ghogomu J.N.thermal recycling, plastic waste, biomass, pyrolysis-gasification
Session 31: «Energy from Waste»Characterization of pyrolysis oil from municipal solid wasteLiu Y.Q., Wang J., Dong Z., Tay J.-H.pyrolysis oil, municipal solid waste, characterization
Posters ExhibitionWaste lubricant oil management in Portugal: The experience of an extended producer responsibility approachPires A., Martinho G.lubricant oil, Portugal, extended producer responsibility
Posters ExhibitionCharacterization of biochar produced from spent coffee wastePappa P., Pellera F.-M., Gidarakos E.characterization, biochar, coffee, waste
Posters ExhibitionSteel slag characterization as aggregate in concreteSorlini S., Rondi L., Collivignarelli C., Abbá A.steel slag, characterization, concrete
Posters ExhibitionBTEX, MTBE and TAME removal from aqueous solutions using natural adsorbents: Column experimentsAivalioti M., Gidarakos E.BTEX, MTBE, TAME, aqueous solutions, natural adsorbents
Posters ExhibitionModelling of the porous material dehydration processAmosov P.modelling, porous material, dehydration
Posters ExhibitionSustainable healthcare waste management: Ethical, legal and practical challengesNichols A., Bennallick M., Manzi S., Grose J., Pahl S., Richardson J.healthcare, ethical, legal
Posters ExhibitionMineralogical and chemical evolution of hydrated phases in the pozzolanic reactions of ternary system: Activated clay waste / fly ash / Ca(OH)2De Soto I.S., Ramirez M., Vigil De La Villa R., Garcia R., Goñi S., Frias M.pozzolanic, ternary system, activated clay, fly ash, Ca(OH)2
Posters ExhibitionNew tanning technologies based on valorization of industrial wastesCrudu M., Deselnicu V., Ioannidis I., Albu L.tanning,valorization,technologies
Posters ExhibitionApproaches to reducing heavy metal discharges in tannery effluentDeselnicu V., Crudu M., Ioannidis I., Deselnicu DC.heavy metal, discharges, tannery effluent
Posters ExhibitionEffects of feed strategy, temperature and microaeration of a SBBR applied to sulphate wastewater treatmentCestari A.I., Canto C.S.A., Ratusznei S.M., Rodrigues J.A.D., Zaiat M., Foresti E.feed strategy, temperature, microaeration, SBBR, sulphate, wastewater
Posters ExhibitionVacuum thermal treatment of PCB contaminated pole transformers using voltage adjusterOhm T.I., An H.S., Park S.S., Kim K.H., Chae J.S., Moon S.H.vacuum, thermal, PCB, pole transformers, voltage adjuster
Posters ExhibitionEvaluation of asbestos derived zeolite as an adsorbent for Pb(II) and Cd(II) removal from aqueous solutionsKapenis V., Pellera F.-M., Anastasiadou K., Pentari D., Gidarakos E.asbestos, zeolite, adsorbent, Pb(II), Cd(II), aqueous solutions
Posters ExhibitionExtractive removal of vanadium and molybdenum from spent hydrodesulfurization catalystRojas-Rodríguez A.D., López-Castillo N.N., Cruz-Gómez M.J.vanadium, molybdenum, spent, hydrodesulfurization, catalyst
Posters ExhibitionLow-cost removal of heavy metals from wastewaters with commercial coffee residuesKyzas G.Z., Mitropoulos A.Ch.low-cost, heavy metals, wastewaters, coffee residues
Posters ExhibitionDetermination of mercury(I) and mercury(II) in binary aqueous mixtures using titrimetric analysisElijošiutė E., Griškonis E., Jankūnaitė D., Denafas G.mercury(I), mercury(II), binary aqueous mixtures, titrimetric analysis
Posters ExhibitionDevelopment of magnetic nanoparticles for Cr(VI) removal from drinking water integrated by a magnetic separation systemSimeonidis K., Tziomaki M., Samaras T., Angelakeris M., Mitrakas M., Monty C., Martinez-Bouveta C., Balcells L., Andritsos N.magnetic, nanoparticles, Cr(VI), drinking water
Posters ExhibitionTreatment and recovery of mercury from discharged artificial light sources by thermal desorption technologyChang T.C., Fan K.S., Chen C.M., You S.J.mercury, artificial light sources, thermal desorption
Posters ExhibitionOptimization of chemical leaching process for the removal of arsenic, chromium and copper from CCA-treated eucalyptus wood wastesFerrarini S. F., Dos Santos H.S., Miranda L. G., Azevedo C.M.N., Pires M., Maia S.M.optimization, chemical leaching, arsenic, chromium, copper, CCA-treated, eucalyptus
Posters ExhibitionDetoxification of water containing phenol by catalytic oxidation with air and hydrogen peroxide over Cu/13X catalystWittine O., Vasić-Rački Đ., Zrnčević S.detoxification, phenol, hydrogen peroxide, Cu/13X
Posters ExhibitionEffect of sodium acetate as pH amendment on the co-composting of food and horticultural wasteGiannis A., Chen M., Stegmann R., Wang J.-Y.sodium acetate, pH amendment, co-composting, food waste, horticultural waste
Posters ExhibitionHealth risks by contamination of soil by toxic agentsMatějů L., Zimova M., Melicherčík J., Cidlinová A., Němcová V.health risks, contamination, soil, toxic agents
Posters ExhibitionMinimizing the risks of heavy metals from the platinum group biological waste from hospitalsZimova M., Wittingerova Z., Cidlinova A., Mateju L., Petruzelkova A., Wranova K., Šulcová H.heavy metals, platinum group, biological waste, hospitals
Posters ExhibitionOlive mill waste application on soil: Effect on soil microbial activity and its relation to soil chemical propertiesKavvadias V., Papadopoulou M., Doula M.K., Theocharopoulos S.olive mill, microbial activity, soil properties
Posters ExhibitionDisposal of olive oil mills wastes in evaporation ponds: A serious threat for soil qualityDoula M.K., Theocharopoulos S., Kavvadias V., Lolos P.olive mills, evaporation, ponds, soil quality
Posters ExhibitionFate of endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) during anaerobic digestion of sewage sludgeSamaras V.G., Bertoli K.A., Spirou N.P., Stasinakis A.S., Thomaidis N.S., Lekkas T.D.EDCs, NSAIDs, anaerobic digestion, sewage sludge
Posters ExhibitionComparison of mesophilic and thermophilic sludge anaerobic digestion: Role of sludge retention time, reactor’s configuration and sonolysis pre-treatment on process performanceSamaras V.G., Mathiopoulou A.I., Sirigou I.E., Stasinakis A.S., Lekkas T.D.mesophilic, thermophilic, anaerobic digestion, retention time, sonolysis
Posters ExhibitionPseudo-total and extractable non-process elements in green liquor dregsMäkelä M., Pöykiö R., Manskinen K., Nurmesniemi H., Dahl O., Watkins G., Husgafvel R.pseudo-total, extractable, nPEs, green liquor dregs
Posters ExhibitionArsenic retention modelling in constructed wetlands treating groundwaterLlorens E., Obradors J., Poch M.arsenic, retention, modelling, groundwater
Posters ExhibitionComplex dielectric permittivity and electrical conductivity measurements as a diagnostic tool for the detection of heavy metals adsorbed in bentonite samplesSaltas V., Lydakis-Simantiris N., Soupios P., Vallianatos F.complex, dielectric, permittivity, electrical, conductivity, diagnostic tool, heavy metals, bentonite
Posters ExhibitionTime evolution of a landfill leachate affected aquifer in Elaionas area, AthensKypritidou Z., Argyraki A.evolution, landfill, leachate, aquifer, Elaionas, Athens
Posters ExhibitionImpact of bioreactor landfill aeration on in situ removal of ammoniacal nitrogenPivnenko K., Gidarakos E.bioreactor, landfill, aeration, ammoniacal nitrogen
Posters ExhibitionEffect of short-term aging on copper redistribution in soils amended with compostGusiatin Z.M., Kulikowska D., Bulkowska K., Pokój T., Klimiuk E., Woronecka J.short-term aging, copper redistribution, compost
Posters ExhibitionImplementation of bioremediation technology to olive oil mill wastes disposal areaMoreno J.L., Doula M.K., Sánchez-Moreno M.A., Garćia C., Kavvadias V., Theocharopoulos S.bioremediation, olive, oil, mill
Posters ExhibitionProposed tool for soil monitoring for olive oil mills wastes disposal areasChliaoutakis A., Kydonakis A., Doula M.K., Kavvadias V., Sarris A., Theocharopoulos S.tool, soil, monitoring, olive, oil, mills
Posters ExhibitionProposal of a methodology for assessment of soil ecological status at contaminated sites: A comparative analysis of key-indicating parameters for soil functionRibé V., Gren L., Nehrenheim E., Odlare M.methodology, ecological status, comparative analysis, soil function
Posters ExhibitionStudy of the bioaccessibility, mobility and distribution of lead and cadmium in soil amended with drinking-water treatment residualsRosa L.R., Nakadi F.V., Da Veiga M.A.M.S.lead, cadmium, bioaccessibility, mobility, distribution
Posters ExhibitionPotential problems of biogas production in Poland at rural plantsFoltynowicz Z., Papajewska M.biogas, production, Poland
Posters ExhibitionThe effect of molasses and glycerine phase on biogas production from energy crops silagesPokój T., Bulkowska K., Gusiatin Z.M., Klimiuk E., Dubis B., Karolewski S.molasses, glycerine phase, biogas production, crops silages
Posters ExhibitionSlow pyrolysis of banana culture waste: Leaves and pseudostemFernandes E.R.K., Marangoni C., Medeiros S.H.W., Souza O., Sellin N.slow pyrolysis, banana
Posters ExhibitionEvaluation of MBR performance treating wastewater at the industrial park of HeraklionBabatsouli P., Palogos I., Venieri D., Kalogerakis N.MBR, wastewater, Industrial Park, Heraklion
Posters ExhibitionInvestigating the recycling of agricultural biomass waste in construction materialsTechniti S., Anastasiadou K., Vamvuka D., Gidarakos E.recycling, agricultural, biomass waste, construction materials
Posters ExhibitionBiogas production and digestate composition of Sida Hermaphrodita and mixture of Medicago Sativa with Phleum Pratense anaerobic digestionBulkowska K., Pokój T., Gusiatin Z.M., Klimiuk E., Dubis B., Ostaszewska E.biogas, production, digestate composition, Sida Hermaphrodita, Medicago Sativa, Phleum Pratense, anaerobic digestion
Posters ExhibitionThe influence of crop silage type as a main substrate on biogas productionBulkowska K., Pokój T., Gusiatin Z.M., Klimiuk E., Chaberek A.crop silage type, substrate, biogas production
Posters ExhibitionCharacterization methodology for small waste electrical and electronic equipment in PortugalMartinho G., Pires A., Saraiva L., Ribeiro R.characterization, methodology, WEEE, Portugal
Posters ExhibitionBioethanol production from lignocellulosic residues: Effect of feed concentration on the recuperation phase by pervaporationBello R.H., Souza O., Sellin N., Medeiros S.H.W., Marangoni C.bioethanol, lignocellulosic residues, feed concentration, pervaporation
Posters ExhibitionPig manure treatment by filtrationKowalski Z., Makara A.pig, manure, filtration
Posters ExhibitionFate of nitrogen compounds in an innovative single up-flow aerobic/anoxic bioreactor for treatment of a real industrial estate wastewaterAsadi A., Ziantizadeh A.A.L., Rezaei N.nitrogen compounds, single up-flow, aerobic/anoxic bioreactor, wastewater
Posters ExhibitionRejection of endocrine disruptors from water and treated wastewater by reverse osmosisVakondios N., Diamadopoulos E.endocrine, disruptors, reverse osmosis
Posters ExhibitionDevelopment of a 3-dimensional pilotscale physical model for demonstration of enhanced in-situ bioremediation in Newfoundland and Labrador, CanadaZhu Z.W., Zhang B.Y., Chen B., Jing L., Lin W.Y.3-dimensional model, bioremediation, Newfoundland, Labrador, Canada
Posters ExhibitionApplication of in well air sparging technology for the removal of petroleum contaminants (BTEX)Gatsios E., Kousaiti A., Gidarakos E.in well, air sparging, BTEX
Posters ExhibitionOptimization of the domestic used cooking oil to biodiesel chain – The European project RecOilTsoutsos T., Paraíba O., Tournaki S., Marques A., Manning E., Antunes D.optimization, cooking oil, biodiesel, RecOil
Posters ExhibitionWinery liquid waste characteristics from insular communities and proposed treatment methodZorpas A.A., Lasaridi K., Voukkali I., Loizia P.winery, liquid waste, insular communities, proposed treatment, method
Posters ExhibitionAdsorption of ammonium ions (NH4+) onto bioadsorbent: Case of cotton wastePliassas E., Pivnenko K., Gidarakos E.ammonium ions, NH4+, bioadsorbent, cotton waste
Posters ExhibitionAnalysis and evaluation of healthcare waste management practices in Gaza StripCaniato C., Vaccari M., Collivignarelli C., Abbá A.healthcare, waste management, Gaza Strip
Posters ExhibitionApplication of accelerated carbonation treatment on alkaline residuesCappai G., De Gioannis G., De Giudici G., Muntoni A., Piredda M.accelerated carbonation, alkaline residues
Posters ExhibitionRemoval of some endocrine disrupting compounds (dimethyl phthalate and diethyl phthalate) from water by polymer adsorbentsSolak S., Arda M., Yuksel U., Uygun G., Ozlem M., Kabay N., Yuksel M.endocrine compounds, dimethyl phthalate, diethyl phthalate, water, polymer adsorbents
Posters ExhibitionPhotodegradation of methylparaben in various enviromental aqueous solutions by 254 nm irradiationTsourounaki K., Aroniada G., Psillakis E.photodegradation, methylparaben, aqueous solutions, 254 nm, irradiation
Posters ExhibitionElectroplating waste inertization in vitreous matrices from São Paulo cityMattos C.S., Mello-Castanho S.R.H.electroplating, inertization, vitreous matrices, São Paulo
Posters ExhibitionMedical electronic waste: Optional way to add valuePidone L.A., Silva A.C., Mello-Castanho S.R.H.medical, electronic, waste, add value
Posters ExhibitionMesophilic anaerobic CO-digestion of olive pomace leachate and municipal sewage in a pilot scale upflow sludge blanket reactor (UASBR)Katsoni A., Mantzavinos D., Diamadopoulos E.mesophilic, anaerobic,CO-digestion, olive pomace leachate, UASBR
Posters ExhibitionPyrolysis characteristics and kinetics of municipal solid wastes in SingaporeWang J., Liu Y., Yan R., Dong Z., Tay J.-H.pyrolysis, characteristics, kinetics, Singapore
Posters ExhibitionA methodology to assess poultry dejection deodorizingDall’Ara A., Paterlini V., Raspi C., Billi L., Sangiorgi S.poultry, dejection, deodorizing
Posters ExhibitionUse of organic-mineral substance based on brown coal on heavy metal immobilization in copper mine soilsPusz A.brown coal, heavy metal, immobilization, copper mine
Posters ExhibitionOli-PHA A novel and efficient method for the production of polyhydroxyalkanoate polymer-based packaging from olive oil waste waterCinelli P., Lazzeri A., Anguillesi I., Bugnicourt E.Oli-PHA, polyhydroxyalkanoate, polymer, olive oil, waste water