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Conference: Sardinia 2019

A00 (1) - Opening sessionThe need to change roles – From responders to leadersJ. Bridgessustainability, new strategy, change of roles, biodegradable substances, waste automated recognition
A00 (2) - Opening sessionWomen, science, and the difference it makesA. Oboegender equality, science, engineering
A00 (3) - Opening sessionThe great transformationR. Stegmanntransformation, social aspects, ecology, climate change, global pollution, deforestation
A00 (4) - Opening sessionWaste management issues in GreeceE. Gidarakoswaste managament, tourism, Greece
A01 (1) - Policies and Strategies in Waste ManagementAssessment of municipal solid waste management in EU: the synergy between recycling and thermal treatmentsM. Abis, S. Fiore, K. Kuchtacircular economy, incineration, municipal solid waste, recycling, thermal treatment, waste-to-energy
A01 (2) - Policies and Strategies in Waste ManagementOptimizing waste management systems based on material flow analysisA. Allesch, P. H. Brunner, M. Huber-Humerwaste management, material flow analysis, assessment methods
A01 (3) - Policies and Strategies in Waste ManagementWaste management in the era of population decrease and agingT. Tasaki, R. Inaba, K. Kawai, E. Kojima, R. Tajima, K. Suzuki, R. Kubotapopulation onus, aging society, evolution of waste management, transformation of infrastructure
A01 (4) - Policies and Strategies in Waste ManagementSustainability assessment of the management of second generation biomassP. F. Albizzati, D. Tonini, T. F. Astrupresidual biomass, biowaste, LCA, LCC, circular economy, bioeconomy, life cycle thinking
A01 (5) - Policies and Strategies in Waste ManagementPoliticians, the press and the public: can they give us sustainable waste management? (or “lifestyle, lunacy, and landfills)”H. Robinsonsustainable waste management, the public, decision making, microplastics, bottled water, landfill
A02 (1) - Waste GenerationMaterial demand and waste generation of road transport infrastructure – The case of ViennaA. Gassner, J. Lederer, J. Fellneranthropogenic material stocks, waste generation from infrastructure construction and maintenance
A02 (2) - Waste GenerationA spatial-and-scale-dependant model for predicting MSW generation, diversion and collection cost based on dwelling-type distributionL. Spreutels, M. Héroux, R. Legroswaste generation, predictive models, collection cost, transportation cost, dwelling-type distribution, diversion rate
A02 (3) - Waste GenerationOptimization of a weekly organic waste ANN prediction model using socioeconomic and climatic factors in Austin, TXB. Fallah, A. Richter, K. T. W. Ngartificial neural network, organic waste prediction model, climatic and socioeconomic variables, model optimization
A02 (4) - Waste GenerationChallenges for the implementation of the national solid waste policy in Brazilian municipalities, case study of São Gonçalo, Rio de JaneiroJ. E. S. Santos, A. G. H. P. Van Elk, J. A Ferreirachallenges of Brazilian national solid waste policy, municipal solid waste, Brazil Municipalities
A03 (1) - Waste Characterization IProposition of threshold for waste contaminated with mercury (compounds) in application of the Minamata Convention on Mercury and impact assessmentP. Hennebertconcentration limit, GHS, ecotoxicity, environmentally sound management
A03 (2) - Waste Characterization IEvaluation of waste characteristics carried into incineration facilityG. Choi, K. Kim, S. Lee, W. Yang, J. Kang, T. Jeon, S. Shinmixed waste, construction waste, incineration, Incombustibles, size separation
A03 (3) - Waste Characterization IApplicability of single measurement OxiTop for liquid samples (“BOD”-measurement) for solid waste bioreactivity determinationB. Rahardyan, E. Binnerbulky waste, material flow analysis, recycle, stakeholder
A03 (4) - Waste Characterization IFrench feedback on the use of inert waste landfill criteria for managing excavated soilsS. Coussy, G. Boissard, S. Belbèze, D. Guyonnetexcavated soils, inert-waste criteria, landfill
A04 (1) - Waste Characterization IIStandardization of residual waste sorting analyses – Potentials and limitations in an international comparisonA. Happenhofer, P. Beiglresidual household waste, waste sorting analysis, method development
A04 (2) - Waste Characterization IICharacterisation study of various disposable diaper brandsA. Khanyile, G. C. Caws, S. L. Nkomo, N. M. Mkhizedisposable diapers, waste management, pyrolysis, kinetics, Friedman method, Kissinger method
A04 (3) - Waste Characterization IIWaste analysis in a refugee settlement in the West-Nile region of Northern UgandaA. Gassner, T. Schwarzbockwaste characteristics, waste sorting, refugee settlement, Africa
A04 (4) - Waste Characterization IILeaching properties of stabilized waste in a simulated deep storage environmentJ. Kumpiene, I. Carabante, I. Tjerngren, P. Peltolametals, arsenic, hazardous waste, mining and processing waste, stabilization/solidification
A05 (1) - Separate CollectionMaterial recovery from the separate collection of municipal solid wasteL. Lombardi, L. Pacini, G. Francini, F. Cristo, P. Daddimaterial recycling, recycling targets, separate collection
A05 (2) - Separate CollectionNon-market value of waste separation from municipal perspectiveM. Struk, M. Pojezdáwaste separation, non-market valuation, TCM, municipal waste management
A05 (3) - Separate CollectionEconomic sustainability in solid waste management: critical success factors for Brazil’s replication of pay-as-you-throw systemR. Oliveirapay as you throw, sustainability, waste management, economic incentives, critical success factors
A05 (4) - Separate CollectionOptimizing the cost of separate collection systems: the case study of SalernoG. De Feo, C. Ferrara, R. Rosaniacost, optimization, separate collection, MSW, total enumeration algorithm
A06 (1) - Segregation and collectionA qualitative look at English local authority recycling ratesS. Leerecycling, English local authorities, waste, infrastructure, education and awareness
A06 (2) - Segregation and collectionIs there unutilised resource potential in the Austrian economy? Results of a macro-economic modelM. Pamperl, P. Beigl, S. Salhoferwaste management, secondary resources, resource potential, macro-economic model
A06 (3) - Segregation and collectionTransition of community-based waste bank development in Indonesia accelerated by multiple actors’ key actionsR. Kubota, H. Yokoo, E. Kojima, T. Tasaki, I. Utomomunicipal solid waste management, community, recycling, transition research, diffusion framework
A06 (4) - Segregation and collectionSorting of waste for circular economy: sampling when (very) few particles have (very) high concentrations of contaminant or valuable elementP. Hennebertbinomial law, analytical (fundamental) variability, sampling plan, test portion
A07 (1) - Circular EconomyThe EU circular economy package: are new paths being taken or is it an old story?A. Bartlcircular economy, recycling, waste prevention, exponential growth
A07 (2) - Circular EconomyRe-use in practical implementation. A long lasting case study in Austria with direct impact to circular economyE. Schmied, G. Obersteinerre-use, circular economy, data management
A07 (3) - Circular EconomyRecycling behavior and its relevance in increasing the effectiveness of waste management strategies – The case study of the Czech RepublicJ. Slavík, K. Rybováseparate collection, mixed municipal waste, situational factors, socio-demographic variables
A07 (4) - Circular EconomySecondary resource price as a key factor in the circular economy – Analysis of drivers of supply and demand within the recycling sectorM. Pamperl, P. Beigl, S. Salhoferwaste management, secondary material, recycling market, secondary resource prices
A07 (5) - Circular EconomyBenchmark analysis for different recyclates in the Austrian waste managementK. Friedrich, S. Holzschuster, D. Vollprechtrecyclates, polymers, quality, price, correlation, circular economy
A07 (6) - Circular EconomyRAWFILL project: innovative characterization of landfills and smart landfill mining decision-making as part of the circular economy, through landfill mining operationsC. Neculau, R. De Rijdt, E. Wille and the RAWFILL teamRAWFILL, landfill mining, geophysical data, inventory, decision support tool, circular economy, urban mining
A08 (1) - Policies in plastics managementCalculation of eco-efficiencies of different actions increasing substitution rates of plastic materialR. Maletzeco-efficiency, plastics recycling, substitution rates, waste management
A08 (2) - Policies in plastics managementLife cycle assessment of drinks packaging: are there environmentally-friendly alternatives to plastics?A. Brock, I. Williamsbeverage packaging, waste management, life cycle assessment, plastic, aluminium, Tetra-pak
A08 (3) - Policies in plastics managementCircular economy of commercial plastic packaging in urban environments – LIFE RECYPACKE. Verdejo, E. Moliner, S. Albein UriosCPPW commercial plastic packaging waste, regranulation a type of recycling process, where during granulation regranulate will be made from waste (clear or pre-washed), end product the final result of recycling process, a finished, valuable article, MFI melt flow index
A08 (4) - Policies in plastics managementReducing the effects of plastic waste in agricultural applications by developing new OK soil biodegradable plasticsC. Peñalva, M. Pérez, F. Braca, D. Redondowaste agro plastics, mulching, fruit protection bags, biodegradable on soil plastics
A09 (1) - Plastic waste - Recycling targets and contaminationHow can the ambitious recycling targets for plastic packaging be reached and what are the ecological and economic consequences – Insights from AustriaE. Van Eygen, J. Fellnerplastic packaging, recycling target, MFA, LCA, costs
A09 (2) - Plastic waste - Recycling targets and contaminationEvaluation of the degree of contamination of recycled plasticsA. Alassali, K. Kuchtapolycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), plastic recycling, contaminants in plastic, application of recycled plastic
A09 (3) - Plastic waste - Recycling targets and contaminationGrain size dependent distribution of plastic types in coarse-shredded commercial and municipal wasteS. Möllnitz, K. Khodier, R. Pomberger, R. Sarcmixed commercial waste, circular economy, polymer recycling; polymer type distribution, plastics-2D, plastics-3D
A09 (4) - Plastic waste - Recycling targets and contaminationThe impact of new regulations on the recycling quota of plastic from waste electrical and electronic equipmentA. Alassali, T. Bébien, D. Barouta, K. Kuchtae-waste, plastic fraction, RXF analysis, metal content, flame retardants, bromine
A10 (1) - Materials recoveryOn the way to a circular economy: obstacles and challenges in the metal value chainA. Mrotzek-Bloess, A. Haas, D. Goldmann, J. Nuortila-Jokinen, J. Kulczycka, M. Smol, E. Pędziwiatr, M. Petranikova, B. Ebincircular economy, metal recycling, metal value chain, SME cooperation
A10 (2) - Materials recoveryNew recycling targets for aluminium packaging – A comparison of waste management strategies in selected European member statesR. Warrings, J. Fellnerrecycling, aluminium packaging, circular economy, member states of the European Union
A10 (3) - Materials recoveryRecovery of silver from flexible thin-film solar panelsB. Ebin, L. Bauhn, M. Tao, B.-M. Steenarisolar cell, CIGS, reycling, silver
A10 (4) - Materials recoveryEuropean wood waste platform – Best practices in wood waste managementM. Borzęcka , A. L. Fernando, J. Costa, D. Boulday, P. Antoine , M. Cocchi, L. Bern, H. Forsgren, L. Detterfelt, K. Supancic, Marinovawood waste, biomass potential, web-platform, geoportal
A10 (5) - Materials recoveryIntelligent reverse logistic: case study on glass recovery in São PauloR. Oliveirareverse logistic circular economy recycling waste management
A11 (1) - Automotive shredder residuesRecycling of automotive shredder residue (ASR) waste in concrete for environmental and infrastructural construction applicationsM. Sarkkinen, K. Kujala, S. GehörASR, fluff, alkali-activation, geopolymer, concrete, stabilization
A11 (2) - Automotive shredder residuesEvaluation of automotive shredder residues thermal valorizationD. Panepinto, B. Ruffino, M. C. Zanettithermal treatment, automotive shredder residues, flue gas pollutants, bottom ashes
A11 (3) - Automotive shredder residuesProduction of modified road bitumen from recycled car tyresY. Belyakov, V. Petukhov, A. Taskin, D. Fedotovbinder, crumb rubber, modifier, road
A11 (4) - Automotive shredder residuesTemperature control and thermal management of cylindrical lithium batteries at extreme weather conditions using Phase Change Materials (PCMs)S. M. Sadrameli, Y. Azizilithium ion battery, temperature control, phase change material, thermal conductivity enhancement, PEG1000, extreme weather conditions
A12 (1) - Food waste - ResourcesTransparent valorization of food waste in the circular economy: clarifying definitions, policy and closed-loop pathwaysD. A. Teigiserova, M. Marini, L. Hamelin, M. Thomsenfood waste, policies, circular bioeconomy, strong sustainability, food waste hierarchy, food waste definition
A12 (2) - Food waste - ResourcesQuantification of food waste and optimizing of food management with digital toolsG. Hafner, D. Leverenz, P. Fuchs, K. Owusu-Sekyere, M. Kranertfood waste, monitoring of food waste, efficient kitchen, food management, resource manager food, A2Ufood, ELoFoS
A12 (3) - Food waste - ResourcesComposition of household food waste in an urban area: a case study in JapanT. Okayama, K. Watanabe, H. YamakawaSDG12.3, composition analysis, sorting analysis, avoidable food waste, categories, measurement
A12 (4) - Food waste - ResourcesBiomass valorisation – Finding value in food wasteA. F. Patti, J. Banerjee, S. Talekar, S. Banerjee, T. Carruthers-Taylor, K. Little, V. Ranganathan, A. Arorafood waste, valorization, mango, pineapple, pomegranate, coffee grounds
A13 (1) - Food waste recycling IRevalorization strategies for the use of citrus waste in green packaging and cosmeticsC. Peñalva, J. Vidal, S. Verstichel, P. Fajs, V. Žepič Bogataj, M. Cruz Arcascitrus wastes, compostability, sustainable packaging, cosmetic jar, juice bottle
A13 (2) - Food waste recycling IFood waste from bakeries: management strategies and quantification of food wasteG. Hafner, D. Leverenz, K. Owusu-Sekyere, M. Kranertfood waste, monitoring of food waste, bakeries, food management, food resourcemanager , ReFoWAS
A13 (3) - Food waste recycling IOptions for dealing with cooking oils and grease-trap wastesK. Little, W. R. Jackson, A. Swann, A. Pattigrease trap waste, soil, pasture, fats, oils, next generation sequencing
A13 (4) - Food waste recycling ILIFE BAQUA – Solutions through the new use for a waste of banana crop to develop products in aquaculture and plastics sectorG. Vega, M. Monzon, N. Diazpseudostem, circular economy, revalorization, waste, fibre, pulp
A13 (5) - Food waste recycling IA methodological application for the optimisation of Berea red sand as reactant in permeable reactor barrier systems for the treatment of high strength landfill leachate: focus on activation methodsF. Ali, C. Troisgreen activation, iron nanoparticles, natural iron-based sand, zero-valent iron, antioxidants, phenolic compounds, nitrate, water treatment, aerobic and anoxic conditions, landfill leachate
A14 (1) - Food waste recycling IIFermentable household waste management in a circular economy: the municipality of Halandri, Greece caseK. Papadopoulou, G. M. Lytras, D. Mathioudakis, G. LyberatosFORBI, food waste, biohydrogen, biomethane, biohythane, compost, pellets, bioCNG.
A14 (2) - Food waste recycling IIComposition of household food waste in rural area: a case study in JapanH. Yamakawa, T. Okayama, K. Watanabe, K. Sawada, Y. Shiro, H. Koizumi, T. SaitohSDGs target 12.3, measurement method, home grown vegetables and fruits, possibly avoidable, inedible parts, packaging of unused food
A14 (3) - Food waste recycling IIFood losses in Austrian agriculture and its potential of preventionG. Obersteiner, M. Hrad, S. Luck, J. Mayerhofer, R. Ottner, E. Schmiedfood waste, agriculture, methodology
A14 (4) - Food waste recycling IIEggshell waste as a valuable resource for toxic metals remediationL. Archilletti, L. Medeghini, C. De Vito, S. Mignardieggshell waste, Co2+ adsorption, hydroxyapatite, pakhomovskyite, kinetics, isotherm
A15 (1) - LCA in Waste ManagementThe future role of LCA modelling in integrated waste managementT. H Christensen, A. Damgaard, A. Boldrin, T. F. Astrup, V. Bisinellalife cycle assessment, LCA, integrated waste management
A15 (2) - LCA in Waste ManagementLife cycle assessment of the management of industrial textile waste in Northern Italy: factors influencing sustainabilityE. Spadavecchia, A. Damgaard, V. Bisinellatextile waste, pre-consumer, Life Cycle Assessment, LCA
A15 (3) - LCA in Waste ManagementMaterial flow analysis and life cycle assessment of Danish household waste – Factors of importanceV. Takou, V. Bisinella, A. Damgaard, T. F. Astrupmaterial flow analysis, MFA, waste statistics, household waste, Denmark, MFA perspectives
A15 (4) - LCA in Waste ManagementEnd-of-life perspectives of life cycle assessment of biogenic plastic in Europe – Case study on cupsL. G. Jakobsen, M. M. Steingrimmsdottir, L. Shen, H. M. Junginger, C. Moretti, I. Vural Gursel, J. Petrik, L. Hoejbye, L. C. Dreyer, A. S. Olesen, L. Hamelinlife cycle assessment, end of life, biodegradability, plastic, biogenic plastic, biodegradable plastic
A16 (1) - Environmental impact of waste management facilitiesValidation of the tracer dispersion method for quantifying VOC emissions from waste management facilities – A controlled release testZ. Duan, P. Kjeldsen, C. Scheutzstationary tracer gas dispersion method, VOC emission flux, downwind plume concentration, recovery rate
A16 (2) - Environmental impact of waste management facilitiesCitizen science for odour impact assessment considering the real perception of the receptors: the case of BarcelonaR. Arias, N. Salas Seoane, S. Sironiodour pollution, odour exposure, H2020, odour sensing, sustainability
A16 (3) - Environmental impact of waste management facilitiesAssessment of the environmental impact of the waste management policy. An Italian case studyF. Di Maria, F. Sisanienvironmental life cycle assessment, Italian case study, waste management system
A16 (4) - Environmental impact of waste management facilitiesMonitoring of landfill nuisance odors at an off-site, odor-impacted location using an “odor patrol” panelG. Y. Bian, I. H. M. Suffetlandfill odors, odor patrol, odor profile method, monitoring odors
B01 (1) - Landfill siting approachesImproving the selection process for future landfills: an approach combining RS, GIS, and MCDA tools – Applied for Vancouver, BCN. Karimi, A. Richter, K. T. W. Ngremote sensing, landfill siting, satellite imagery, MCDA tools, analytical hierarchy process (AHP)
B01 (2) - Landfill siting approachesMulticriteria analysis as decision support tool in waste management under emergency conditions: the case study of the municipality of Genoa in Italy following the closure of the Scarpino landfillM. Gallo, L. Moreschi, A. C. Taramasso, M. Robba, A. Del Borghimunicipal solid waste, waste management system, linear programming, optimization
B01 (3) - Landfill siting approachesIntegration of GIS, Remote Sensing, and diversion rates to assess the efficiency of landfill regionalization in Nova Scotia, CanadaA. Richter, N. Karimi, K. T. W. NgGIS, Remote Sensing, diversion rates, Canadian waste management, regionalization
B01 (4) - Landfill siting approachesThe quantitative story of the environmental pressure of landfills in developing countries. Case study: Cerro PatacónJ. M. Torrente V., M. Giampietro, M. Ripa, R. Chifarihazardous air pollutants, methane generation, unmanaged landfills, atmospheric dispersion, social impacts, environmental pressures, developing countries, waste responsibilities
B01 (5) - Landfill siting approachesSelection of suitable landfill site for solid waste disposal using multi-criterion layers and GIS techniquesV. Kumar, A. L. Haldar, A. Yadav, S. Shuklageospatial data, GIS, buffer, solid waste, regional landfill
B01 (6) - Landfill siting approachesQuantification of solid waste and thermal variation analysis using geospatial data & GIS techniqueV. Kumar, V. Ahmad, M. M. Ansariquatification of solid waste, geospatial data, land surface temperature, thermal variation, GIS techniques
B02 (1) - Landfill planning and designChallenging landfill constructionsE. Huybrechts, P. WensValley, sand quarry, landfill, cell, settlement, squeeze, sludge pond, CPT
B02 (2) - Landfill planning and designOdour impact assessment methods overview: the odour observatory as an informative tool for citizen science based approaches to odour managementL. Capelli, R. Arias, J. Uribe, S. Sironiodour measurement, olfactometry, odour pollution, odour emissions, ambient air, odour monitoring
B02 (3) - Landfill planning and designInfluence of modelling choices on the results of landfill odour dispersionL. Capelli, S. Sironiodour emissions, olfactometry, CALPUFF, dispersion model, odour sampling, area source
B02 (4) - Landfill planning and designField trials on the use of alternative cover materials to control surface emissions (H2S and VOCs) at an engineered landfillY. Le Bihan, D. Loranger-King, N. Turgeon, N. Pouliot, N. Moreau, D. Deschênes, G. Rivardsanitary landfill sites, daily cover, incineration bottom ash, concrete residues, gypsum, H2S, odors
B02 (5) - Landfill planning and designDesign, construction and monitoring of large-scale lysimeters to assess seepage through experimental final cover designsA. R. Cabral, V. Simard, M. Duarte Neto, G. Lacombelysimetry, landfill final cover, contaminated soils, seepage, leachate generation potential
B03 (1) - Landfill characterization and monitoringAssessment of geophysics as a characterization and monitoring tool in the Dynamic Landfill Management (DLM) context: opportunities and challengesI. Isunza Manrique, D. Caterina, E. Van De Vijver, G. Dumont, F. Nguyengeophysics, landfill, characterization, RAWFILL
B03 (2) - Landfill characterization and monitoringContribution of geophysical methods to the study of old landfills: a case study in Onoz (Belgium)D. Caterina, I. Isunza Manrique, C. Inauen, A. Watlet, B. Dashwood, R. De Rijdt, G.Dumont, J. Chambers, F. NguyenLandfill mining, geophysics, RAWFILL, landfill characterization
B03 (3) - Landfill characterization and monitoringApplication of unmanned aerial vehicles for solid waste landfill managementN. Sliusar, T. Filkin, V. Korotaevunmanned aerial vehicle, drone, landfill, monitoring
B03 (4) - Landfill characterization and monitoringEnvironment hazard scene investigation (EHSI) and emerging challenges at poorly documented dumpsitesH. Chanakya, B. S. Jai Prakash, G. C. Ranganath, K. NagannaEnvironmental-crime, legacy-dumpsites, glow-combustion, hazard-scene-investigation
B03 (5) - Landfill characterization and monitoringTowards landfill monitoring in the Kingdom of Bahrain: assesment of impactT. Radu, R. Sreenivas, A. Mustafa, H. Albuflasalandfill, waste, heavy metals, phosphate, environmental impact, pollution spreading
B03 (6) - Landfill characterization and monitoringApplication and performance verification of electronic noses for landfill odour monitoringC. Bax, M. L. Voti, S. Sironi, L. Capelliperformance verification, electronic noses, odour monitoring, landfill, classification accuracy, IOMS
B04 (1) - Landfill processesIdentifying nitrogen transformation pathways in old landfills – Adaption and application of methods developed in soil chemistryN. Fricko, C. Brandstätter, J. Fellnerold landfill, landfill aeration, aftercare, chloroform fumigation, 15N stable isotope tracing
B04 (2) - Landfill processesA novel aerobic sulfate reduction process in landfill mineralized refuseY. Long, W. Liu, L. Ying, D. Shenlandfill, aerobic, sulfate reduction, hydrogen sulfide, electron
B04 (3) - Landfill processesCo-disposal of organic industrial waste with municipal solid waste in lab scale bioreactor landfillsA. N. Srivastava, S. Chakmamunicipal solid waste, co-disposal, paper mill sludge, bioreactor landfill
B04 (4) - Landfill processesCharacterization of thermophilic waste decomposition at a landfill experiencing elevated temperaturesF. De La Cruz, M. Barlazelevated temperature landfill, methane, methanogenic activity test
B04 (5) - Landfill processesSimulation of the environmental impact generated by the degradation of cell phones sent to landfillsT. F. Oliveira, F. P. Manéo, C. C. Guimaräesheavy metals, landfill, contamination, anaerobic process
B04 (6) - Landfill processesSimulating the performance of “cement-solidified landfill” of municipal solid waste incineration residues by demonstration experimentT. Komiya, T. Saruwatari, Y. Hakata, A. Saffarzadeh, H. Nakayama, T. Shimaoka, I. Sandambata, T. Aoki, T. Nishio, H. Akita, F. Hirosuemunicipal solid waste, MSW, landfill, cement-solidified landfill, incineration residues, Japan
B05 (1) - Landfill gas generation and modellingMethane emissions from Icelandic landfills – A comparison between measured and modelled emissionsC. Scheutz, A. Kjeld, A. M. Fredenslundtracer gas dispersion, methane oxidation, landfill gas generation, gas collection, FOD model
B05 (2) - Landfill gas generation and modellingEstimation of H2S emissions from a Canadian landfill site during winter using inverse modelling: a case studyR. Lotito, S. Nanda, C. Barbiero, F. Berruti, M. L. Mastellonelandfill, emission, inverse dispersion technique, hydrogen sulphide
B05 (3) - Landfill gas generation and modelling33 years experience of LFG extraction from theoretically gas prognoses to realistic gas extraction systems with LFG2E-Energy by CHP units and flaresW. H. StachowitzLFG, gas wells, gas extraction systems, condensate shafts, manifold stations, booster, flare, analyser, piepwork, dewarting, CHP, gas engines, landfill gas, optimisation, gas collection system, MSW, disposal sites, landfill, optimisation, extraction system, methane emission, return of invest
B05 (4) - Landfill gas generation and modellingCase study: biogas to energy project in Cerro Patacón landfill, Panama City, Republic of PanamaJ. Velasco, F. Maya, D. Solarte, A. Villegas, J. SanchezCerro Patacon landfill, landfill, biogas, biogas to energy, methane, biogas wells, biogas trench collectors, biogas collection system, leachate
B05 (5) - Landfill gas generation and modellingLandfill gas and temperature distributions in a closed semi-aerobic landfill with passive aeration systemH. Yoshida, V. Quang Huypassive aeration, aerobic biodegradation, landfill gas, temperature, stabilization
B06 (1) - Landfill gas emission monitoringQuantifying fugitive methane emission rates from municipal landfills based on surface methane concentrationsA. R. Abedini, J. W. Atwater, K. U. Mayerlandfill, landfill gas, greenhouse gas emissions, LFG, GHG, MSW, solid waste
B06 (2) - Landfill gas emission monitoringCorrection of error-inducing factors in an UAV-based measurement system for fugitive methane emissionY. M. Kim, M. H. Park, J. Y. Kimlandfill, methane, unmanned aerial vehicle, spatial interpolation, greenhouse gas emission
B06 (3) - Landfill gas emission monitoringClosing the methane mass balance for an old Danish landfillL. Fjelsted, A. G. Christensen, J. E. Larsen, P. Kjeldsen, C. Scheutzhorizontal landfill gas migration, methane oxidation efficiencies, methane generation, gas recovery, tracer gas dispersion method, oxidation in landfill cover soil
B06 (4) - Landfill gas emission monitoringDevelopment of an autonomous flux chamber for continuous methane measurements at MSW landfillsG. Draughon, J. Lynch, D. Zekkos, S. O’Laughlinflux chambers, autonomous, MSW landfills, methane emission flux
B07 (1) - Methane oxidation in biofilters and biocoversMitigation of methane emissions in an active biofilter system at Glatved landfill, DenmarkR. Rosendal, H. Rolsted, O. Elmoselandfill gas, biocover, biofilter
B07 (2) - Methane oxidation in biofilters and biocoversMethane-oxidizing capacities of biochar-amended landfill cover soilD. Huang, L. Yang, Q. Xumethane oxidation, landfill, biochar, methanotrophs, cover soil
B07 (3) - Methane oxidation in biofilters and biocoversPerformance of methane degradation layer of Kudjape landfill during the four years following to the closureM. Kriipsalu, K-M. Pehme, K. Orupöld, V. Kuusemets, M. Truu, J. Truu, H. Nölvaklandfill mining, gas emissions, bioactive cover layer, microbial diversity, qPCR, mcrA, pmoA
B07 (4) - Methane oxidation in biofilters and biocoversEffect of compaction and moisture on gas diffusivity and conductivity of soils for use in methane oxidation systemsJ. Gebert, C. J. W. Van Verseveld, H. P. W. Blom, T. J. HeimovaaraSoil gas permeability, pore size distribution, spatial gas distribution, construction practice, climate
B07 (5) - Methane oxidation in biofilters and biocoversBiofiltration of dilute landfill gas in an active loaded open bed compost filterL. Fjelsted, A. G. Christensen, J. E. Larsen, P. Kjeldsen, C. Scheutzactive aeration, methane oxidation, tracer gas test, compost respiration, biofilter
B08 (1) - PFAS and microplastics in landfill leachatePFAS in Swedish landfill leachateH. Modin, P. Hallgren, A. Roslund, N. TörnemanPFAS, perfluorinated substances, polyfluorinated substances, landfill leachate, emerging contaminants
B08 (2) - PFAS and microplastics in landfill leachatePFAS concentrations of landfill leachates in Victoria, Australia – Implications for discharge of leachate to sewerN. Simmonslandfill, leachate, PFAS
B08 (3) - PFAS and microplastics in landfill leachateConcentrations of polybrominated diphenyl ethers, hexabromocyclododecane, and perfluoroalkyl substances in landfill leachate from IrelandS. Harrad, D. Drage, M. Sharkey, H. Berresheimbrominated flame retardants, persistent organic chemicals
B08 (4) - PFAS and microplastics in landfill leachateMicroplastics in landfill leachates in Iceland, Finland and NorwayM. Van Praagh, B. Liebmannlandfill, leachate, microplastics, FT-IR, leachate treatment, analysis
B09 (1) - Leachate from specific wasteEffect of heavy rain due to climate change on leaching behavior of landfill with municipal solid waste incineration ashN. L. Ho, H. Tamura, T. Komiya, T. Shimaokaheavy rain, climate change, bottom ash landfill, leaching behavior, landfill stabilization
B09 (2) - Leachate from specific wasteLandfilled bottom ash characterisation and assessment of leachate properties in a long-term scenarioM. Abis, G. Bido, R. Raga, M. Ritzkowski, K. Kuchta, B. Walkerlandfill, bottom ash, leachate quality, leaching test
B09 (3) - Leachate from specific wasteMolecular characteristics of DOM in municiple solid waste leachate from a perspective of chemodiversityJ. Qiu, F. Lü, H. Zhang, W. Liu, J. Chen, Y. Deng, L. Shao, P. Helandfill, UPLC Orbitrap MS, leachate, dissolved organic matters
B09 (4) - Leachate from specific wasteIsotope tools in forensics and groundwater quality impact assessment of landfills and contaminated sites: results from EU case studiesM. Marchesi, L. Alberti, O. Shouakar-Stash, R. Aravena, M. Caschettoisotope analysis, contaminated sites, groundwater, environmental forensic
B10 (1) - Leachate treatment IFull scale treatment of strong, methanogenic leachates, with full nitrification and denitrification, at Bletchley landfill site, UKH. Robinson, I. Hopewell, A. Brooks, J. Olufsen, T. Robinsonleachate treatment, nitrification, denitrification, innovation, full-scale, case-study, 8-years’ data
B10 (2) - Leachate treatment IDesign, construction, and commissioning of the Kimbriki landfill leachate treatment plant: an Australian case studyS. Dever, J. Gray, M. Winserlandfill, leachate, treatment, design, construction
B10 (3) - Leachate treatment IDeammonification as a low opex biological treatment of nitrogen in mature leachatesT. Saur, E. Wong, J.-C. Alibar, E. Ip, O. Oberti, B. Barillonleachate, nitrogen, Anammox, deammonification, landfill
B10 (4) - Leachate treatment IWaste-heat driven thermal ammonia stripping as a means of ammoniacal nitrogen controlR. Eden, M. Moulden, J. Westwood, T. Thomasleachate, digestate, ammonia, thermal air-stripping, ammonium salt, anhydrous ammonia
B11 (1) - Landfill aerationAn approach to benchmark in-situ aeration projectsM. Huber-Humer, M. Fritz, M. Hradlandfill aftercare, in-situ aeration, assessment methods, benchmarks
B11 (2) - Landfill aerationSustainable landfill management: solid waste sampling and geochemical characterization prior to (an)aerobic stabilization of three old landfillsH. Lammen, A. Van Zomeren, J. J. Dijkstra, R. N. J. ComansSustainable Landfill Management, enhanced stabilization, organic matter degradation, landfill aeration, leachate recirulation, emission potential, waste characterization, drilling, sampling, leaching, pH-dependency
B11 (3) - Landfill aerationOpportunities and challenges of-full-scale landfill aerationM. Ritzkowski, K. Kuchta, R. Stegmann, B. Walkerlandfill aeration, opportunities, challenges, carbon conversion, water addition
B11 (4) - Landfill aerationCarbon sink landfill – Influence of aerobisation on carbon contentE. Binner, P. Lechner, M. Huber-Humercarbon sink, aeration of landfill, gas generation potential, MBT-waste, landfill-gas
B11 (5) - Landfill aerationSemi-aerobic landfilling under different waste and water availability conditionsV. Grossule, M. C. Lavagnoloenvironmental sustainability, landfill bioreactor, long term emissions
B12 (1) - Landfill miningMechanical processing of fine fractions from landfill mining for material and energy recoveryJ. C. Hernández Parrodi, C. García López, T. Pretz, B. Küppers, D. Vollprecht, R. Pombergerenhanced landfill mining, mechanical processing, secondary raw materials, material recovery, energy recovery, fine fractions
B12 (2) - Landfill miningFeasibility of bulk re-use of soil-like material excavated from a MSW dump: case study of Okhla landfill, IndiaM. Somani, M. Datta, G. V. Ramana, T. R. Shreekrishnanaged municipal solid waste, compost, contaminants, landfill mining, soil-like materials
B12 (3) - Landfill miningIntegrating life cycle assessment and risk assessment to define a consistent reference scenario in the environmental feasibility assessment of (enhanced) landfill miningG. Sauve, K. Van Ackerlandfill, enhanced landfill mining, life cycle assessment, risk assessment
B12 (4) - Landfill miningIntegrating societal impacts into enhanced landfill mining assessmentP. Einhäupl, K. Van Acker , S. Van Passelenahced landfill mining, societal assessment, literature review, sustainability, circular economy
B12 (5) - Landfill miningInnovative landfill characterization: the case study of Onoz landfill (Wallonia, Belgium)C. Neculau, F. Nguyen, D. Caterina, I. Isunza Manrique and the RAWFILL teamlandfill mining, Green Deal, geophysics, RAWFILL, landfill characterization, waste content
B12 (6) - Landfill miningLandfill mining applications on aggregate landfills in Lombardy regionS. Cappa, A. Ribaudo, M. Severgninilandfill mining, Lombardy region, EoW
B13 (1) - Landfill remediation and aftercareThe science of landfill surrenderR. G Gregory, H. Robinson, T. Robinsonlandfill aftercare, landfill surrender, waste degradation, leachate, landfill gas, accelerated stabilisation, performance based closure care
B13 (2) - Landfill remediation and aftercareA case study of environmental investigation, interpretation and remediation of a source of leachate contamination for a landfill in Gloucestershire, UKR. Lansley, S. Nazaruk, K. Wilsonleachate, remediation, investigation, landfill, restoration, aftercare, geophysics, GPR, interpretation, groundwater, liner engineering, liner repair.
B13 (3) - Landfill remediation and aftercareProvisioning for landfill closure and post-closure management costs: an Australian case studyS. Dever, P. Lightbody, M. Winserlandfill closure, post closure, management costs
B13 (5) - Landfill remediation and aftercareHydraulic performance of traditional and special cement bentonite mixtures in sulphate solutionsJ. Domizi, E. Fratalocchi, M. Felici, F. Pasqualinihydraulic conductivity, cement-bentonite, sulphate, durability
B13 (6) - Landfill remediation and aftercareSustainable management of dumping site in China: problems and developments in mining and reuse projectsJ. Wusustainability, dumping site, China, mining, reuse
B14 (1) - Landfill mining: thermal treatment of combustible fractionsCurrent status and management of excavated materials containing waste in KoreaK. Kim, S. Lee, K. Choi, T. Jeon, S. Shinexcavated, waste, landfill, trommel, combustible, residue
B14 (2) - Landfill mining: thermal treatment of combustible fractionsPotential for thermal and solar power pyrolysis in treating reclaimed real life solid waste from a landfill disposal siteS. M. Al-Salem, G. A. Leeke, R. Al-Enezi, H. H. Sultan, H. J. Karam, M. H. Al-Wadi, A. T. Al-Dhafeeri, A. A. Boota, J. Wangunsanitary landfilling, pyrolysis, plastics, IGT, solar power
B14 (3) - Landfill mining: thermal treatment of combustible fractionsGasification of refuse derived fuel obtained from a ballistic separation process of landfill wasteI. N. Zaini, C. Garcia López, Y. Gomez Rueda, T. Pretz, L. Helsen, P. G. Jönsson, W. Yangenhanced landfill mining, gasification, waste-to-energy, thermal conversion, landfill waste
B14 (4) - Landfill mining: thermal treatment of combustible fractionsSlow pyrolysis to recycle marine litter and landfill plastic: a new perspective for chemical recyclingG. C. Faussonepyrolysis, marine litter, marine fuel, landfill mining
B15 (1) - End of life textiles managementDead white men’s clothes: a comprehensive synopsis of end-of-life textiles management and global economic implicationsW. Ipsmiller, E. Ipsmiller, A. Bartlend-of-life textiles management, textile recycling, textile market, economic implications, technological and legal developments
B15 (2) - End of life textiles managementAssessment method to quantify amount and quality of textiles discarded in Danish household wasteC. Scheutz, N. Nørup, K. Pihl, A. Damgaardtextile definition, textile waste sorting, residual waste, small combustibles, quality assessment, reuse, recycle
B15 (3) - End of life textiles managementContributing to a circular economy by an advanced method for the complete recycling of special technical textilesW. Ipsmiller, B. Piribauer, G. Ruppert, A. Bartl, G. Gübitztextile recycling, end-of-life textiles, enzymatic hydrolysis, viscose degradation, fibre tearing, re-spinning, flame-retardant garments, personal protective equipment
B15 (4) - End of life textiles managementReplacement rate for textiles in a circular economy – A case of three African countriesA. Damgaard, N. Nørup, K. Pihl, C. Scheutzreplacement rates, second-hand textiles, face-to-face interviews, purchasing power
B16 (1) - End of life textiles. Recycling and environmental impactTextile sorting facilities – Material flow analysis and the importance of quality criteriasC. Scheutz, N. Nørup, K. Pihl, A. Damgaardtextile waste management, reuse rate, recycling rate, sorting cost, sorting quality
B16 (2) - End of life textiles. Recycling and environmental impactSimulation of natural degradation of cellulosic fibres with cellulase bioreactorsB. Piribauer, W. Ipsmiller, B. Steinacker, T. Laminger, D. Koch, A. Bartlwaste management, biodegradation, fibres, textiles
B16 (3) - End of life textiles. Recycling and environmental impactTEX2MAT – Next level textile recycling with biocatalystsB. Piribauer, U. Jenull-Halver, W. Ipsmiller, T. Laminger, D. Koch, A. Bartlcircular economy, waste management, textile, cellulose, enzyme
B16 (4) - End of life textiles. Recycling and environmental impactLiterature evidence on the brominated flame retardant content in plastics of construction, of textiles/furnitures and of non-food packaging: should they be sorted before recycling?P. HennebertPBDE, DecaBDE, HBCDD, Br, Sb
B16 (5) - End of life textiles. Recycling and environmental impactEnvironmental impact of improving the fate of textile wasteA. Damgaard, N. Nørup, K. Pihl, C. ScheutzLCA, reuse, second-hand textiles, carbon footprint
C01 (1) - Decision support tools for biowaste managementEvaluating a new decision support tool for biowaste management: preliminary results of a case study of Aarhus, DenmarkE. Angouria-Tsorochidou, M. Klinglmair, M. Thomsendecision support tool, life cycle assessment, biowaste management
C01 (2) - Decision support tools for biowaste managementFeeding or energy purposes? Quantifying the environmental impact of alternative uses of biomass residuesO. H. Fjellander, D. S. Nørgaard, P. R. Jensen, V. Bisinellabiomass residues, oyster mushroom, feed value, LCA, LUC
C01 (3) - Decision support tools for biowaste managementEnvironmental assessment of the production of bio-plastic from urban bio-wasteS. Andreasi Bassi, F. Valentino, G. Moretto, T. Astrup, A. Boldrinbio-waste, LCA, food waste, sewage sludge, bio-refinery, bio-plastic
C01 (4) - Decision support tools for biowaste managementRegulatory and incentive policies to reduce nitrogen pollution in the Brittany region (France)L. Loyonlivestock, organic nitrogen, policies, France
C02 (1) - Strategies for bioenergy recovery from wasteRole of biogenic waste and residues as an important building block forward a successful energy transition and future bioeconomy – Results of a site analysisA. Schüch, J. Sprafke, M. Nellesbiogenic waste and residues, bioenergy, energy transition, net stability, bioeconomy
C02 (2) - Strategies for bioenergy recovery from wasteScenarios of bioenergy recovery from organic fraction of residual municipal waste in the Marche region (Italy)M. Boccarossa, M. Di Addario, F. Tatànoresidual municipal waste, anaerobic digestion, energy recovery, organic fraction, mechanical-biological treatment
C02 (3) - Strategies for bioenergy recovery from wasteChallenges in the full scale operation of industrial and municipal biogas plantsL. Kamarád, W. Gabauer, G. Bochmannbiogas production, bio-degradable waste, treatment, residual BMP, industry, full scale
C02 (4) - Strategies for bioenergy recovery from wasteIncreasing the base load capacity of biowaste fermentation plants by optimised substrate managementJ. Sprafke, N. Engler, Q. Thabit, M. Nelles, A. Schüchbiowaste, substrate management, bioenergy, greenwaste
C02 (5) - Strategies for bioenergy recovery from wasteAn integrated approach for valorization of pineapple waste into biogasV. Pallier, G. Feuillade-Cathalifaud, M. Tcha-Thom, G. Babapineapple wastes, anaerobic digestion, leaching test, lab scale pilot test, BMP test
C02 (6) - Strategies for bioenergy recovery from wasteThermochemical and biochemical exploitation of biowaste: an LCA studyF. Ardolino, G. Colaleo, U. Arenabiowaste, life cycle assessment, combustion, gasification, anaerobic digestion, biomethane
C03 (1) - Companies experiences“Waste to efficiency” approach for sustainable MSW management in emerging countriesL. Nettuno, G. Garuti, L. Pilenga, M. Heidari, Y. Lazzariniwaste Management, MSW, holistic approach, circular economy, integrated solution, holistic efficiency
C03 (3) - Companies experiencesDecentralised energy from waste plants based on organic rankine cycle technologyA. Bertacchinidecentralized waste to energy, organic rankine cycle, incineration, energy from waste
C03 (4) - Companies experiencesPyrolysis as a method of final municipal solid waste disposal and power generationR. Eden, M. Mouldenpyrolysis, gasification, municipal solid waste, refuse derived fuel, sustainability, emissions
C04 (1) - Anaerobic digestion - Lab scale tests for process enhancementInvestigation of standardised and adapted inocula for biomethane potential testsJ. Heerenklage, D. Rechtenbach, I. Atamaniuk, A Alassali, A.-C. Graage, P. Pasternak, A. Krüger, A. Muntoni, M. Isipato, K. Kuchtabiomethane potential tests; Inoculum standardisation; Lyophilisation; Instant inoculum
C04 (2) - Anaerobic digestion - Lab scale tests for process enhancementImprovement of food waste methane-generating platform by enriching acetate and hydrogen production in an integrated pressurized solid-liquid anaerobic reactorJ. Wong, L. Luofood waste, two-phase anaerobic digestion, pressure, hydrogen, methane
C04 (3) - Anaerobic digestion - Lab scale tests for process enhancementAdvanced chemical pretreatments for the anaerobic digestion of the organic fraction of municipal solid wasteA. Cesaro, V. Belgiornobiogas, energy, ozone, pretreatment, recovery, waste valorization
C04 (4) - Anaerobic digestion - Lab scale tests for process enhancementEffect of manganese species on anaerobic digestionQ. Chen, N. Wang, T. Yuan, Q. Xumanganese species, anaerobic digestion, glucose, carbon conversion
C04 (5) - Anaerobic digestion - Lab scale tests for process enhancementUpgrading biogas to a bio-methane by use of nano-structured ceramic membranesP. Ogunlude, O. Abunumah, I. Orakwe, H. Shehu, F. Muhammadsukki, E. Gobinabiogas, upgrading, renewable, nano-structured, ceramic, membrane
C05 (1) - Anaerobic digestion processesCo-production of hydrogen and methane from two-stage food waste anaerobic digestionT. Yuan, Q. Xu, S. Bianhydrogen production, methane production, two-stage digestion, F/M ratio, zero-valent iron
C05 (2) - Anaerobic digestion processesAdaptation of anaerobic digestion process to temperature changesS. Önen Cinar, K. Kuchtaanaerobic digestion, temperature effect, temperature adaptation, optimization
C05 (3) - Anaerobic digestion processesImpact of continuous leachate recirculation during solid state anaerobic digestion of miscanthusC. Li, Y. Tao, I. A. Nges, W. Lusolid-state anaerobic digestion, miscanthus, recirculation speed, methane yield, microbial community
C05 (4) - Anaerobic digestion processesAn improved hydrodynamic model for percolation and drainage dynamics in leach bed reactorsL. Digan, P. Horgue, G. Debenest, S. Pommier, E. Paul, C. Dumassolid-state anaerobic processes, leach-bed reactor, dual-porosity model, water retention, macroporous reservoir
C06 (1) - Anaerobic digestion of different substratesOptimization of the operating conditions of a screw press to maximize the biodegradable fraction and methane production in the liquid fraction from fruit and vegetable wasteJ.-C. Frigon, F. Ngoundjo, C. Roy, P. Salamafruit and vegetable waste, screw press, methane, pretreatment
C06 (2) - Anaerobic digestion of different substratesSolvent pretreatment and dosing of trace metals in the anaerobic digestion of rice strawS. Papirio, G. Mancini, F. Pirozzi, P. N. L. Lens, G. Espositoanaerobic digestion, lignocelluloses, rice straw, NMMO, organosolv, trace metals
C06 (3) - Anaerobic digestion of different substratesEvaluation of the treatment of sanitary waste with solid waste of restaurant in UASB reactorL. P. Gomes, M. O. Caetano, L. A. S. Miranda, A. Deitos, L. B. Dai-Prà, M. A. dos Santossanitary sewage, restaurant solid waste; anaerobic digestion, UASB reactor
C06 (4) - Anaerobic digestion of different substratesBio-H2 production from cheese whey and wastewater sludge in semi-continuous systemsM. R. Boni, G. De Gioannis, A. Muntoni, A. Polettini, R. Pomi, A. Rossi, D. Spigafermentative H2 production, cheese whey, semi-continuous tests
C07 (1) - Co-digestion of different substratesComparison of one stage and two-stage anaerobic co-digestion process of food waste and activated sludgeI. Pecorini, E. Albini, R. Iannelli, G. Ferrarahydrogen, methane, food waste, activated sludge, co-digestion, two-stage process
C07 (2) - Co-digestion of different substratesSimulation of the impact of co-digesting municipal organic waste from different streamsC. Urtnowski-Morin, M. Héroux, L. Spreutels, R. Legrosanaerobic digestion, co-digestion, material flow analysis, MFA, ADM1, food waste
C07 (3) - Co-digestion of different substratesBiochemical methane potential of residual organic waste and MBT organic outputsM. Carchesio, M. Di Addario, F. Tatàno, S. De Rosa, A. GambioliBiochemical Methane Potential (BMP), biodrying, biostabilisation, landfilling, Mechanical-Biological Treatment (MBT), MBT organic outputs, residual organic waste
C08 (1) - Quality assessment of biostabilized wasteScreeening model for the evaluation of the metal release from biostabilised wastesA. Lieto, I. Chiapperini, I. Verginelli, D. Zingaretti, F. Lombardibiostabilized wastes, leaching behavior, metal release, screening method
C08 (2) - Quality assessment of biostabilized wasteAnaerobic digestion of organic waste: analysis of the biofertilizer generatedL. Gomes, I. Becker, M. Caetano, L. Miranda, P. Ghelsa, L. Rosa, M. Grandobiodigester, UASB reactor, anaerobic digestion, biofertilizer
C08 (3) - Quality assessment of biostabilized wasteEffect of two-stage anaerobic digestion process in digestate stabilityE. Albini, I. Pecorini, R. Iannelli, G. Ferraraspecific oxygen uptake rate, dark fermentation, co-digestion, bio-waste, respirometric test
C08 (4) - Quality assessment of biostabilized wasteImplementation of dry anaerobic digestion of sewage sludge in small and medium WWTPJ. E. Sánchez-Ramirez, L. Pastor, S. Doñate, E. Aymerich, M. Esteban-Gutiérrez, J. Garcia-Aguirre, R. Romaguera, C. Lardin, E. Minoanaerobic digestion, dry or high-solids conditions, thermophilic, mesophilic, urban sewage sludge
C08 (5) - Quality assessment of biostabilized wasteImproving solid-liquid separation of OFMSW digestate through chemical conditioningG. Beggio, A. Pivatochemical conditioning, OFMSW digestate, solid liquid separation
C09 (1) - Emissions from anaerobic digestion plantsEvaluation of methane emissions from different Austrian biogas plants using harmonized methods including an open-path technologyV. Wechselberger, M. Huber-Humer, K. Meixner, L. Knoll, M. Hradmethane emissions, biogas plants, on-site methods, inverse dispersion modelling method
C09 (2) - Emissions from anaerobic digestion plantsOccupational exposure to bioaerosols and ammonia in anaerobic digestion unitsP. Dirrenberger, J. Grosjean, N. Monta, T. Nicot, J. Kunz-Iffli, C. Coulais, V. Koehler, A. Pedros, B. Faconanaerobic digestion, bioaerosols, ammonia, occupational multi-exposure, airborne samples, real-time monitoring
C09 (3) - Emissions from anaerobic digestion plantsThe characteristic of odor gas produced from different components of wastes: a degradation experiment inoculated pure bacteriaY. Shao, X. Liu, L. Xu, Z. Liodor, VOCs, waste components, degradation, bacteria
C09 (4) - Emissions from anaerobic digestion plantsBiogas to biomethane: environmental comparison of different upgrading technologiesG. Francini, T. Bartolucci, M. Lasagni, L. Lombardicircular economy, anaerobic digestion, biogas, upgrading, biomethane
C10 (1) - CompostingLarge-scale vermicomposting around the world: using earthworms to recycle waste into valuable productsR. Shermanvermicomposting, vermicast, earthworms, waste
C10 (2) - CompostingImplementation of composting in Chennai, IndiaS. Balasubramanian, M. Kranert, L. Philipmunicipal solid waste management, composting, landfills, organic waste, sustainable
C10 (3) - CompostingCompost quality assurance in Estonia: evaluation of compost stabilityK. Orupöld, I. Tust, M. Kriipsalucompost, quality, stability, respirometry, oxygen uptake rate
C11 (1) - WEEE - Collection and recyclingWhy do (W)EEE hoard? The effect of consumer behaviour on the release of (W)EEE from home entertainment products into the circular economyA. Y. Wilkinson, I. D. Williamswaste management, waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), end-of-life (EoL), behaviour, home entertainment products, Distinct Urban Mines (DUM)
C11 (2) - WEEE - Collection and recyclingPerformance evaluation of waste lithium-ion battery recycling technologies using multi criteria decision analysis (MCDA) methodsA. Sharma, A. K. Nemalithium-ion battery waste, recycling, recycling technology, multi criteria decision analysis (MCDA), performance evaluation
C11 (3) - WEEE - Collection and recyclingWEEE collection and recycling – A resource classification approach for the circular economyA. Winterstetter, U. KralWEEE, recycling, strategies, circular economy, collection
C11 (4) - WEEE - Collection and recyclingSynergistic effect of grinding characteristics between LiCoO2 and graphite on their recycling process from spent lithium-ion batteriesJ. YuWEEE, batteries, spent lithium-ion batteries
C11 (5) - WEEE - Collection and recyclingPlastic identification from end of life flat monitors by hyperspectral imagingG. Bonifazi, R. Gasbarrone, R. Palmieri, S. Serrantiwaste from electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE), hyperspectral imaging (HSI), Light Guide Panel (LGP), polymer recognition
C12 (1) - WEEE - Metal recoveryRecovery of precious and critical metals as a serviceB. Kopacekrecycling, critical metals, hydro-metallurgy, bio-hydrometallrugy, 3D printing, fillament, additive manufacturing, printed circuit board, service, e-waste
C12 (2) - WEEE - Metal recoveryInfluence of printed circuit boards’ components on acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans-LR growthI. V. Moreira, L. H. Yamane, R. R. Simanacidithiobacillus ferrooxidans, bioleaching, printed circuit boards, tablets, waste of electrical and electronic equipment
C12 (3) - WEEE - Metal recoveryRecycling of cobalt in end-of-life products – The MaTrace approachM. F. Godoy León, G. A. Blengini, J. Dewulfcobalt, critical materials, MaTrace, dynamic material flow analysis, recycling
C12 (4) - WEEE - Metal recoveryBromine recovery for the polymer fraction of waste electronical and electrical equipment by thermal treatment in an internal circulating fluidized bed reactorM. Dunker, H. Hiller, M. BeckmannWEEE, flame retardants, bromine, circular economy
C12 (5) - WEEE - Metal recoveryRecovery of zinc and brass from spent alkaline and zinc-carbon batteriesL. Călin, A. Cătinean, M. Bilici, A. Samuilăspent alkaline and Zn-C batteries, zinc and brass recovery, free fall corona-electrostatic separation
C13 (1) - C & D waste - PotentialsAn empirical investigation of generation rate, composition and handling practices of construction and demolition waste in Hanoi, VietnamH. Hoang, T. Ishigaki, R. Kubota, M. Yamada, K. Kawamoto, G. Nguyen, K. Tongwaste quantification, waste generation rate, image analysis, CDW estimation, CDW recycling
C13 (2) - C & D waste - PotentialsFeasibility study of recycled concrete engineering based on the status quo of Chinese concrete resourcesC. Ying, Z. Ren, X. Zhang, C. Dai, X. Wu, C. Hourecycled concrete, BIM, engineering application
C13 (3) - C & D waste - PotentialsComparative study of on-site sorting for C&D in China and EuropeF. Di Maria, J. Li HaoChina, Construction & Demolition, Europe, Italy, comparative study
C13 (4) - C & D waste - PotentialsConstruction waste management performance in green buildings: a PEST analysis of ChinaZ. Bao, W. Lu, B. Chi, J. Haoconstruction waste management, green building, green building rating system, LEED, China
C13 (5) - C & D waste - PotentialsAn investigation on the generation and management of construction and demolition waste in VietnamH. T. Nghiem, P. Q. Minh, K. Kawamoto, K. T. Ngo, H. G. Nguyen, T. D. Nguyen, Y. Isobe, M. Kawasakiconstruction and demolition waste, construction and demolition waste management, generation rate, area-based calculation, Vietnam
C13 (6) - C & D waste - PotentialsGETRI project: cross-border intermodal transport management of aggregate and construction and demolition waste (C&DW)M. Severgnini, F. Dallari, S. Curi, Y. Borbon, G. Ghiringhelli, E. Amodeo, A. CappelloIntermodal Transport, Lombardy Region, Canton Ticino, Aggregate C&D waste, EoW
C14 (1) - C & D waste - PropertiesEnvironmental assessment of alkali-activated mortars using different activatorsM. Abdulkareem, J. Havukainen, M. Horttanainenalkali activators, life cycle assessment, contribution analysis, alkali-activated mortars, environmental sustainability
C14 (2) - C & D waste - PropertiesContent and leachability of potentially problematic substances in recycled crushed concrete from demolition and renovation of Danish buildingsO. Hjelmar, J. Hyks, T. Hougaard, S. Buteracrushed concrete, digestion methods, leaching tests, trace elements, trace organics
C14 (3) - C & D waste - PropertiesWater retention and gas transport characteristics of recycled graded roadbed materials blended with AAC grainsA. Kato, R. Ito, A. Matsuno, T. Uchimura, N. V. Tuan, H. G. Nguyen, K. Kawamotowater retention, gas diffusivity, air permeability, recycled roadbed material, autoclaved aerated lightweight concrete
C14 (4) - C & D waste - PropertiesImprove the rheological properties and compressive strength of self-compacting concrete incorporating finest limestone quarry and finest iron slag, JordanM. S. Al-Hwaiti, O. A. Al-Khashman, M. A. Al-Shaweesh, A. Al-Muhtaseb, J. A. Alhwarinrecycle by-product waste, limestone quarry, iron slag manufacturing,self-compacting concrete, Jordan
C14 (5) - C & D waste - PropertiesMicro X-ray fluorescence imaging coupled with chemometrics to detect and classify asbestos fibers in demolition wasteS. Serranti, G. Capobianco, S. Malinconico, G. BonifaziX-ray fluorescence, Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM), asbestos, demolition waste
C14 (6) - C & D waste - PropertiesUse of construction and demolition waste in paving project: a sustainable alternativeS. Fucale, A. Farias, R. Volkconstruction and demolition waste, recycled aggregate, paving works, sustainable construction
C16 (1) - Workshop: Food waste - Social aspectsDevelopment and evaluation of school materials on food waste prevention in Austrian tourism schoolsS. Luck, G. Obersteinerfood waste, consumer, school, teaching materials, food service sector, waste prevention
C16 (2) - Workshop: Food waste - Social aspectsFactors affecting attitudes and behaviour on food waste – An international comparative studyK. Watanabe, T. Okayama, G.obersteiner, J. Riegrer, S. LuckUK, USA, Austria, students, questionnaire, food waste, date labelling
D01 (1) - Strategies in waste thermal treatmentAssessment of incinerability of municipal solid waste in Asian countries using incinerability indexR. M. Sebastian, D. Kumar, B. J. Alappatmunicipal solid waste, incinerability, waste to energy, environmental indicators, incineration
D01 (2) - Strategies in waste thermal treatmentMSW incineration facility in Japan: as environmental learning and local baseE. Suzuki, M. Asarimunicipal solid waste, MSW, environmental learning facility, local base, management
D01 (3) - Strategies in waste thermal treatmentPending issues related to the implementation of the waste incineration BREF and to compliance verification – GuidanceH. De ChefdebienBREF, Incineration,Waste-to-Energy, BAT, Best Available Techniques, BATAAEL, BAT Associated Emission Levels, NOC, Normal Operating Conditions, OTNOC, Other Than NOC, EOT, Effective Operating Time,Monitoring uncertainties
D01 (4) - Strategies in waste thermal treatmentWaste management strategies based on biomass utilization in JapanK. Ishii, T. Furuichi, S. Ochiai, M. Satobiomass, wet and dry wastes, anaerobic digestion, centralized and decentralized systems
D01 (5) - Strategies in waste thermal treatmentEnvironmental performances of a modern waste-to-energy unit in a life cycle perspectiveF. Ardolino, C. Boccia, U. Arenawaste-to-energy, Life Cycle Assessment, BREF document, thermal treatments
D01 (6) - Strategies in waste thermal treatmentTechno economic feasibility of Waste-to-Energy plant – A simulation to Rio de Janeiro city, BrazilF. V. Andretti, J. A. Ferreira, C. F. Mannarinowaste-to-energy, incinerator, energy recovery, municipal solid waste
D02 (1) - Thermal treatment according to waste qualityOptimization potential in waste-to-energy plants by better waste homogenisationT. Schwarzböck, H. Rechberger, J. Fellnerwaste-to-energy, operating data, waste composition, share of biomass, waste mixing
D02 (2) - Thermal treatment according to waste qualityThe effect of carbon dioxide and steam on the cracking of naphthalene as tar surrogateY. A. Gomez Rueda, L. Helsengasification, municipal solid waste, MSW, secondary unit, tar cracking, naphthalene
D02 (3) - Thermal treatment according to waste qualityGrain size dependent distribution of As, Cd, Cl, Co, Cr, Fe, Hg, Ni, Pb, Sb, Sn, Ti, V, W, and Zn in coarse-shredded commercial wasteS. A. Viczek, K. Khodier, R. Pomberger, R. Sarcmixed commercial waste, contaminants, heavy metals, element distribution, grain size dependent distribution, solid recovered fuel (SRF)
D02 (4) - Thermal treatment according to waste qualityPyrolysis of various tyre types: characteristics and kinetic studies using thermogrametric analysisS. A. Iwarere, N. M. Mkhizepassenger car tyre, truck tyre, pyrolysis, polyioprene, butadiene rubber, styrene butadiene rubber
D02 (5) - Thermal treatment according to waste qualityAnalytical determination of the material-recyclable share of SRF through co-processing in the cement industry – Comparison of ashing temperaturesS. A. Viczek, A. Aldrian, R. Pomberger, R. SarcSolid recovered fuel (SRF), co-processing, co-incineration, cement industry, materials recycling
D02 (6) - Thermal treatment according to waste qualityChanges of incineration characteristics upon carrying out source separation collection of MSWH. Zhou, D. Chen, B. Gong, L. HongSource separation collection, MSW, incineration; moisture content, HHV, incinerator adaptability
D03 (1) - Pyrolysis and gasification of biomassStudy on heat and mass transfer characteristics of biomass particles during pyrolysisL. Yin, B. Yu, S. Hu, Y. Hu, D. Chenbiomass, pyrolysis, heat transfer efficiency
D03 (2) - Pyrolysis and gasification of biomassGasification of biomass in plasma gasifierV. E. Messerle, A. B. Ustimenko, O. A. Lavrichshev, N. A. Slavinskaya, Zh. Sitdikovplasma, reactor, biomass, gasification, synthesis gas
D03 (3) - Pyrolysis and gasification of biomassMake it greener – Using renewable biomass charcoal to operate the high temperature slagging gasification facility for municipal solid wasteG. Lisak, S. Heberlein, A. Veksha, D. Wu, A. Giannishigh temperature slagging gasification
D03 (4) - Pyrolysis and gasification of biomassUtilization of primary sieved solids for gasification and energy productionA. Manali, P. Gikaswastewater treatment plant, microsieve, gasification, biosolids management, primary sieved solids, waste to energy
D03 (5) - Pyrolysis and gasification of biomassRecycling of gasification slag from municipal solid waste into catalysts for steam reforming of naphthaleneA. Veksha, F. Teoh, V. Chia, A. Giannis, T. T. Lim, G. Lisakcatalytic steam reforming, gasification slag, support coating, naphthalene, nickel catalyst
D03 (6) - Pyrolysis and gasification of biomassAir gasification of eucalyptus biomass in a pilot scale fluidized bed reactorG. Calì, F. Parrillo, D. Marotto, A. Pettinau, U. Arenabiomass-to-energy, gasification, fluidization
D04 (1) - Sustainable management of secondary raw materials30 years research on C&D waste recycling in transport infrastructures: a way to minimize the waste disposal and save natural recourcesM. Pasetto, E. Pasquini, A. Baliello, G. Giacomelloconstruction and demolition waste, C&D, recycling, transport infrastructures
D04 (2) - Sustainable management of secondary raw materialsThe performance self-compacting concrete beams incorporating Electric Arc Furnace slagA. SantamarÍa, A. Aragón, I. Marcos, J. J. GonzálezElectric Arc Furnace slag, self-compacting concrete, RC beams, flexural behavior
D04 (3) - Sustainable management of secondary raw materialsHigh temperature resistance of CaO-FeOx-Al2O3- SiO2 alkali-activated materialsG. Ascensão, F. Faleschini, M. Marchi, M. Segata, J. Van De Sande, H. Rahier, E. Bernardo, Y. Pontikesalkali-activated materials, high-temperature resistance
D04 (4) - Sustainable management of secondary raw materialsSustainable development in the construction industry – Usage of construction and mining waste as secondary raw materials. Polish case studyE. Dziobek, A. Nowaczeksustainable development, construction industry, construction and demolition waste, mining waste, haldex, polystyrene, synthos
D04 (5) - Sustainable management of secondary raw materialsApplication of system dynamic modeling to support construction and demolition waste management policy in Hanoi City, VietnamN. L. Huong, T. V. N. Tran, L. N. Cham, N. H. Giang, Y. Isobe , K. Kawamotoconstruction and demolition waste, system dynamic model, sustainable solid waste management, Hanoi City
D04 (6) - Sustainable management of secondary raw materialsFlexural behavior of reinforced concrete beam by partial replacement of fine aggregate with pond ashH. Alrobei, A. Sikander, A. Hafizconcrete, raw material, reinforced concrete beam, pond ash
D05 (1) - Biochar from different residuesReuse of waste biomass in biochar production for agronomic and environmental applications: materials characterizationF.-M. Pellera, P. Regkouzas, I. Manolikaki, E. Diamadopoulossewage sludge, organic fraction, municipal solid waste, pyrolysis, soil amendment, contaminant removal
D05 (2) - Biochar from different residuesQuality of biochar and fuels obtained in the process of slow pyrolysis of chicken manureM. Rudakova, S. Selivanovskaya, P. Galitskayabiochar, chicken manure, pyrolysis, fuels, condensate
D05 (3) - Biochar from different residuesEconomic feasibility of biochar production from Canadian black spruce forest residueC. Keske, T. Godfrey, D. Hoag, J. Abedinblack spruce forest residue, biochar, slow pyrolysis, stochastic enterprise budget, Muskrat Falls hydroelectric dam, Newfoundland and Labrador
D05 (4) - Biochar from different residuesSludge-derived Fe-rich biochar as functional material for enhanced sludge dewatering: towards sustainable sludge recycling in wastewater treatment plantS. Tao, J. Yang, H. Hou, S. Liang, K. Xiao, J. Qiu, J. Hu, B. Liu, W. Yu, H. Dengsludge dewatering, sludge pyrolysis, Fe-rich biochar, fenton reaction, sludge recycling system
D05 (5) - Biochar from different residuesAmmonium sorption for banana peel biochar and soilV.P.R. Batista, S. Melgaço, A. Feitosa, W.G. Teixeira, E. Ritterbiochar, ammonium, leachate, sorption
D06 (1) - Flue gas treatmentRemoval of HCl and SO2 from flue gas on a small scaleB. Zach, M. Šyc, M. Pohořelý, J. Moško, J. Brynda, Š. Václavková, K. Svoboda, M. Punčochářflue gas treatment, flue gas cleaning, dry sorption, acid gases, SO2, HCl
D06 (2) - Flue gas treatmentStudy on competition between SO2 and HCl in wet flue gas deacidificationX. T. Guo, L. J. Yin, J. Q. Xu, M. Q. Lu, Y. Y. Hu, D. Z. Chenwet flue gas deacidification; HCl and SO2; Ca(OH)2, numerical simulation
D06 (3) - Flue gas treatmentInhibiting formation of chlorobenzenes by NH4H2PO4 during incinerationH. Zhang, L. M. Shao, P. J. Heformation inhibition, chlorobenzenes, de novo synthesis, fly ash
D06 (4) - Flue gas treatmentUpgrading flue gas treatment systems for the new waste incineration BREFS. Andersson, P. Lindgrenwaste-to-energy, flue gas cleaning, BREF, BAT-AELs, emission limits
D07 (1) - Characterization and treatment of bottom ashEstimation of element distribution in MSW incinerator bottom ash by size and density applying air table separatorS. K. Back, K. Ueda, M. Ueshima, M. Nakagawa, H. SakanakuraMSW, bottom ash, metal recycling, air table separator, element distribution
D07 (2) - Characterization and treatment of bottom ashMicrowave processing of municipal solid waste incinerator bottom ashG. Flesoura, B. Garcia- Banos, J. M. Catala- Civera, G. Dimitrakis, J. Vleugels, Y. PontikesMSWI bottom ash, dielectric properties, microwave processing
D07 (3) - Characterization and treatment of bottom ashFe, Cu, Al, and Zn content and chemical speciation in incineration bottom ash fine fractionM. Šyc, J. Výravský, H. Muniz, S. Bhattarai, E. Korotenko, B. Zachbottom ash, metal recovery, fine fraction
D07 (4) - Characterization and treatment of bottom ashCombined treatments for improving the leaching behaviour of the mineral fraction of waste incineration bottom ash in view of recyclingR. Spagnuolo, G. Costa, L. Lombardiwaste incineration bottom ash, leaching, antimony, carbonation, Fe oxides, treatment trains
D07 (5) - Characterization and treatment of bottom ashCo-immobilization mechanisms of lead, zinc, copper in low-temperature glass-ceramics from sewage sludge incineration residuesY. Tang, W. Ma, Y. Xiasewage sludge, glass, ceramics, lead, zinc, copper
D07 (6) - Characterization and treatment of bottom ashAnalysis of the composition and environmental behaviour of incinerator bottom ash fractions from enhanced mechanical separationG. Costa, A. Polettini, R. Pomi, R. SpagnuoloIncinerator bottom ash, metal leaching, advanced separation
D08 (1) - Recycling of bottom ashBringing light into the legal jungle of incinerator bottom ash utilisation in EuropeD. Blasenbauer, F. Huber, J. FellnerIncinerator bottom ash, municipal solid waste incineration, legal requirements, leaching tests
D08 (2) - Recycling of bottom ashUpcycling of vitrified residues by alkali activation and sinter-crystallizationP. Rabelo Monich, H. Lucas, B. Friedrich, M. Segata, A. Morbi, E. Bernardowaste derived glass, glass-ceramics, porous materials, lightweight aggregates
D08 (3) - Recycling of bottom ashGenerating a knowledge base for the sustaiable utilisation of MSWI bottom ashF. Huber, D. Blasenbauer, P. Aschenbrenner, J. Fellnerbottom ash, waste incineration, combustion residues, sorting analysis, chemical composition, particle size distribution
D08 (4) - Recycling of bottom ashLIFE-CHIMERA – CHIckens Manure Exploitation and RevAluation: turning combustion ashes into a rich N-P-K fertilizerL. Taddei, M. Marcantoni, R. Usci, M. Molica Colella, A. Sconfiettiwaste-to-energy, poultry, manure, fertilizer, ammonia, circular economy, nitrogen, sustainable farming, energy independence
D08 (5) - Recycling of bottom ashTransformation of waste materials used in electricity generation to high surface area zeolitesA. M. Doyle, I. V. Joseph, D. Shaw, L. Toshevamethane decomposition, zeolite, geothermal silica sol, peat ash, waste management, water purification
D09 (1) - Characterization and treatment of fly ashResource recovery potential of MSWI fly ash acid extractionE. Korotenko, M. Šyc, J. Jadrny, P. Maśín, P. Krystyník, P. KlusonMSWI fly ash, zinc, recovery potential, acid extraction
D09 (2) - Characterization and treatment of fly ashStabilization of antimony and lead in municiple solid waste incinerator fly ash by controlled metal extraction and complexation reactionsT. Karlsson, B. Ebin, B.-M. Steenarimunicipal solid waste, MSW, incineration, fly ash, metal extraction
D09 (3) - Characterization and treatment of fly ashInsolubilization of cesium contained in fly ash by aluminosilicateY. Tojo, Y. Itoga, M. Kobori, T. Matsuo, T. Matsutocesium, aluminosilicate, fly ash, Insolubilization, decontamination waste
D09 (4) - Characterization and treatment of fly ashValidation of the BCR sequential extraction procedure for metals fractionation in municipal solid wastes incineration fly ashL. Tong, Q. Hu, Y. Tang, F. Wang, B. HuIncinerator fly ash; BCR extraction; high alkalinity, heavy metals
D11 (1) - Biofuels from wasteHow is bioethanol from lignocellulosic waste a sustainable fuel? Quantification of sustainability from a statistical perspectiveY. Zhao, A. Damgaard, T. H. Christensenbioethanol, corn stover, life cycle assessment, global warming potential, uncertainty analysis
D11 (2) - Biofuels from wasteEnvironmental performance of municipal solid waste-derived butanol and ethanolF. Meng, J. Mckechniewaste to fuel, biofuel, life cycle assessment, allocation, system expansion
D11 (3) - Biofuels from wasteTransportation biofuels with improved cold properties by thermal cracking of waste fish oilS. M. Sadrameli, M. Maghamiwaste fish oil, transesterification, cold properties, thermal cracking, liquid fuel
D11 (4) - Biofuels from wasteFrom black liquor to second generation transportation fuelsK. Melin, A. Oasmaa, J. Strueven, P. Eidam, J. Appelt, C. Hummel, U. Armbruster, A. Martin, Y. Chapelliere, C. Mirodatos, Y. Schuurmanblack liquors upgrading, hydrothermal liquefaction, hydrodeoxygenation, co-processing by catalytic cracking, transportation biofuels, value chain
D12 (1) - Plastics in marine ecosystemsPlastic free Danube: composition of macro plastic waste in the project area of Donau-Auen NationalparkJ. Mayerhofer, G. Obersteiner, S. Lenzplastic pollution, riverine input, Danube, Donau-Auen Nationalpark
D12 (2) - Plastics in marine ecosystemsChemical analysis of plastic waste in and along the Danube river – Donau-Auen samplingM. Mičušík, J. Kuliček, A. Kleinová, M. Procházka, S. Podhradská, M. Omastová, G. Obersteinerplastic waste, Danube, river banks, XPS, FTIR, optical microscopy, chemical analysis, microplastics
D12 (3) - Plastics in marine ecosystemsChemical analysis of plastic waste in and along the Danube – Bratislava samplingM. Mičušík, J. Kuliček, A. Kleinová, M. Procházka, S. Podhradská, A. Rabayová, G. Bodor, M. Omastováplastic waste, Danube, river banks, XPS, FTIR, chemical analysis
D12 (4) - Plastics in marine ecosystemsPlastic waste delivery from the Arno catchment to the Tyrrhenian seaF. Ruggero, E. Paris, R. Goriplastic waste, conceptual model, mass balance, river, sea
D13 (1) - Workshop: Plastics and environmentMicroplastics in maritime systems, overview and methods for analysisA. Bartl, W. Ipsmiller, B. Piribauer, D. Koch, T. Lamingermicroplastics, environmental pollution, polymer particles and fibres, particle analysis, contamination assessment
D13 (2) - Workshop: Plastics and environmentBioplastics in biowaste and Danube litteringS. Lenz, J. Mayerhofer, P. Rauscher, A. Rameder, E. Binner, M. Huber-Humer, G. Obersteinerbiowaste, bioplastic, biodegradable plastic, biodegradation, Danube litter
D13 (3) - Workshop: Plastics and environmentMicroplastics <10µm in vegetables and fruit as unmanaged risk of the circular economyP. Zuccarello, G. Oliveri Conti, C. Favara, I. Nicolosi, C. Allagui, M. Banni, M. Maisano, M. Ferrantepatent, nanoplastics, microplastics, vegetables, Mediterranean fishes, innovation
D14 (1) - Plastic waste - New productsOn plastic waste based composite materials for applications in constructionT. O. Mbuya, A. Evangelou, G. O. Rading, I. Williams, J. I. R. Blake, P. A. S. Reedplastic waste, construction, resource efficiency, sustainability
D14 (2) - Plastic waste - New productsUtilization of recycled polypropylene, cellulose and newsprint fibers for production of green compositesV. Ž. Bogataj, P. Fajs, C. Peñalva, M. Omahen, M. Čop, A. Henttonenwaste plastics, recycled polypropylene, newspaper fiber, reclaimed cellulose fiber, mechanical properties, thermal properties, fiber reinforced composites, recycling
D14 (3) - Plastic waste - New productsNew circularity approach of mixed plastics in the development of eco-sustainable railway sleepersB. Silva, A. Marques, A. Vilela, H. Martins, A. Mota, A. Ribeiro, J. Araújo, M. C. Paiva, J. P. Nunes, S. Castro, J. Amaro, S. Santos, P. Gaiato, J. Carvalhomixed plastics, railway sleepers, recycling and sustainability, circular economy
D14 (4) - Plastic waste - New productsValorization of municipal solid wastes to activated carbon and their catalytic performance in production of jet fuel range hydrocarbons from waste plasticsK. Qian, X. Yang, W. LiMSW, activated carbon, plastic, catalytic pyrolysis
D15 (3) - Workshop: Social aspects of environmental issuesIs it a NiMBY or WhyMBY case of locally unwanted land use?G. De Feo, S. De Gisianaerobic digestion, composting, organic, NiMBY, siting, WhyMBY
D16 (1) - Workshop: Waste and healthGlobal health issues and challenges related to e-waste managementJ. Zayed, B. Bakhiyi, S. Gravel, F. Labrèchee-waste, recycling, toxic metals, persistent organic pollutants, legacy contamination, human health, occupational exposure
D16 (2) - Workshop: Waste and healthHealth and safety and waste management in the UKT. L. Gladdinghealth, safety, Waste Industry Safety and Health Forum (WISH)
D16 (3) - Workshop: Waste and healthAssessment of the potential health risk of a waste disposal site in Khulna of BangladeshI. M. Rafizul, M. K. Pangkaj, M. Alamgirwaste disposal site, soil, heavy metals, health risk, Monte Carlo simulation
D16 (4) - Workshop: Waste and healthAssessment on management practices and knowledge of community health workers on health care risk wasteT. S. Zikhathile, H. I. Ataganacommunity health workers, health care risk waste, training, knowledge
E01 (1) - Circular economy - Case studies in different countriesCurrent status of waste management in Chile: towards a circular economyR. Cayumil, S. Guajardo, M. Sánchez, R. Abeliukcircular economy, waste management, reuse, recycling
E01 (2) - Circular economy - Case studies in different countriesEvaluation of organic and recyclable waste separation at generation source in Ratnapura municipal council and Kataragama Pradeshiya Sabha in Sri LankaN. Sato, C. Iida, C. NishiSri Lanka, 3Rs, bio-degradable waste, recyclable waste, pilot project
E01 (3) - Circular economy - Case studies in different countriesAppropriate solid waste management system in Quelimane (Mozambique) – Study and design of a small scale center for plastic sorting with wastewater treatmentF. Villa, M. Vaccari, G. Vintilow income countries, wastewater treatment, plastic recycling, informal sector, waste collection
E01 (4) - Circular economy - Case studies in different countriesSpoil handling in AustraliaA. Rahimzadeh, W. Tang, W. Sherspoil handling, spoil management, excavated soil, excavation, supply chain, supply chain management
E01 (5) - Circular economy - Case studies in different countriesEvaluating situation of e-waste management in developing countries: strategies, challenges, solutions and opportunitiesA. K. Awasthi, J. LiE-waste, WEEE, Informal sector, environmental pollution, public health impact
E02 (1) - Waste management sustainability in Developing CountriesKumasi metropolitan assembly market waste compositional analysis study, GhanaG. Addae, B. Fei-Baffoemarket waste, characterization
E02 (2) - Waste management sustainability in Developing CountriesGrassroots innovations in waste governance addressing sustainable development goalsJ. Gutberletwaste governance, waste management, waste pickers, grassroots social innovations, sustainable development goals, SDGs
E02 (3) - Waste management sustainability in Developing CountriesUsing environmental forensics to aid landfill management in developing countries – An Indian case studyV. R. Sankar Cheela, U. Shankar, B. Dubey, M. Johndeveloping countries, environmental eorensics, landfill, tefuse derived fuel, incineration
E02 (4) - Waste management sustainability in Developing CountriesGroundwater pollution risks associated with sanitation facilities in Dala Local Government Area of Kano State, Northwestern NigeriaA. F. Ali, S. K. Ilahgroundwater, pollution, risk assessment, contamination, sanitation facilities
E03 (1) - Waste management in Developing Countries: case studiesIdentifying industrial ecology options for an industrial park – Case of Ruaraka, KenyaA. Damgaard, V. Takou, E. Ramin, M. M. Andersentextile definition, textile waste sorting, residual waste, small combustibles, quality assessment, reuse, recycle
E03 (2) - Waste management in Developing Countries: case studiesSocial network analysis of community based solid waste management of Bandung CityB. Rahardyan, D. Sanitisolid waste management, community participation, stakeholders mapping
E03 (3) - Waste management in Developing Countries: case studiesMaterial flow analysis of bulky waste in BandungB. Rahardyan, R. Utamibulky waste, material flow analysis, recycle, stakeholder
E03 (4) - Waste management in Developing Countries: case studiesIntegrated waste management design for the town of Bogura, BangladeshD. Dey, I. Krukkertsolid waste, torrefaction, Bangladesh, integrated waste management, resource recovery, waste to energy, anaerobic digestion, faecal sludge
E03 (5) - Waste management in Developing Countries: case studiesBlurred lines: agricultural production on the margins of a dumpsite in Blantyre, MalawiM. Kalina, E. Tilley, F. Ali, W. Woodenberg, B. Reimers, C. TroisBlantyre, Malawi, Africa, maize, metals, dumpsite, qualitative research
E03 (6) - Waste management in Developing Countries: case studiesThe effect of leachate recirculation on landfill gas emissions from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) landfills in tropical climatesE. Munawar, N. Emalya, A. P. Hayati, Q. H. Ali, S. R. Sugihen, T. SchwarzbÖck, J. Lederer, J. Fellnermunicipal solid waste management, developing country, tropical climate, leachate emission, landfill gas emissions, alternative energy source, landfill simulation reactor
E04 (1) - Industrial waste - Strategies and treatmentUsing material flow analysis to estimate steel scrap quantities and qualities in the EU-28S. Dworak, J. Fellnersteel scrap, Material Flow Analysis, steel quality, EU
E04 (2) - Industrial waste - Strategies and treatmentNew strategies for circular economy in the metallurgic industry: an environmental assessment of innovative processes for waste and energy recoveryA. Di Maria, M. Merchan, K. Van AckerLCA, metallurgic residues valorisation, energy and resource efficiency
E04 (3) - Industrial waste - Strategies and treatmentSelective recovery of molybdenum from steel making dustsM. Petranikova, B. Ebin, V. Ssenteza, C. M. Lousada, C. Tunsumolybdenum, zinc, steel making dust, alkaline leaching
E04 (4) - Industrial waste - Strategies and treatmentStabilization of steelmaking slag based by FMP S.r.l. patent and possible application in concrete productionG. Belardi, F. Trapasso, D. Passeri, M. Fedon, P. Micheletti, A. Soluri, A. D’ Elia, L. Montagner, D. ZontaEAF slag, slag aggregate, mechanical properties, Interfacial Transitional Zone, slag concrete
E04 (5) - Industrial waste - Strategies and treatmentTreatment and management of real-time generated Chromite Ore Processing Residue (COPR) using integrated eco-industrial parksG. Shiva Kumar, A. K. Nemachromite ore processing residue (COPR), recycling, eco-industrial park (EIP), chromium recovery, industrial symbiosis, sustainability
E05 (1) - Industrial waste - Recovery optionsCombining chemical and biological strategies for the recovery of metals from metals bearing wastewaters (METALCHEMBIO project)J. D. Carlier, M. G. Miguel, J. P. Lourenço, C. Nogueira, A. P. Paiva, M. C. Costametals, solvent extraction, (bio)recovery, acid mine drainage, Zn plating effluents
E05 (2) - Industrial waste - Recovery optionsElement leaching from green liqour dregs from 16 Swedish paper millsN. Stahre, M. Bàckström, L. Sartzgreen liquor dregs, mine waste, co-disposal, paper pulp industry, leaching
E05 (3) - Industrial waste - Recovery optionsIndustrial by-products in environmental protection structures in mine constructionT. Niemelin, H. Jyrävää N. Lindroos, M. Autiola, M. Helaakoski, J. Österbacka, A. Kulmala, A. Virtanenalternative materials, recycled materials, industrial by-products, lysimeters, cover structure
E05 (4) - Industrial waste - Recovery optionsRecovery of coal underburning from industrial ash and slag wasteA. Taskin, S. Ivannikov, O. Danilov, O. Elkin, D. Fedotovash and slag waste, power industry enterprises, waste management, coal underburning, fuel briquettes
E05 (5) - Industrial waste - Recovery optionsExtraction of metals from spent hydrotreating catalysts using chelating agent: preliminary process design and feasibilityM. Marafi, M. S. Ranahazardous spent catalyst, deactivation, ARDS, hydroprocessing, EDTA, Cyanex-272
E05 (6) - Industrial waste - Recovery optionsCrystallization kinetics of glasses prepared with foundry slagT. S. Leme, S. R. Teixeira, L. S. Silva , R. S. Magalhães, L. F. Santos, G. T. A. Santos, A. E. Souzaslag, glass, glass-ceramic, crystallization, kinetics
E06 (1) - Workshop: Industrial waste management and circular economyIndustrial waste management: current situation and problemsE. Gidarakosindustrial waste management, industrial waste
E06 (2) - Workshop: Industrial waste management and circular economyAdoption of circular economy in industrial waste managementM. Aivalioti, F.-M. Pellera, E. Gidarakoscircular economy, industrial waste
E06 (3) - Workshop: Industrial waste management and circular economyA circular economy of critical raw materialsV. Savvilotidou, E. GidarakosWEEE, P/V waste, selective recovery, precipitation, silver, indium
E07 (1) - Contaminated sitesBrownfield water pollution and purificationO. Solcova , J. Bumba, M. Spacilova, F. Kastanekwater pollution, brownfields, decontamination processes, endocrine disruptors
E07 (1) - Contaminated sitesRole of novel bacterial Raoultella sp. strain X13 in plant growth promotion and cadmium bioremediation in soilS. Xu, Y. Xing, Q. Huang, W. ChenRaoultella sp. strain X13, bacteria, heavy metal pollution, Cd-contaminated soils, bioremediation
E07 (2) - Contaminated sitesEffect of carbonation on leaching properties of Zn and Pb-contaminated soils stabilized with KMP: semi-dynamic leaching test evaluationM.-L. Wei, Y.-J. Du, Q. Xuecontaminated soils, carbonation, leachate
E07 (3) - Contaminated sitesDevelopment of a pilot scale prototype for electrokinbarrier technologyA. Ribeiro, A. Mota, J. Araújo, J. Carvalhoelectrokinetic remediation, Chromium, Lead, Permeable Reactive Barrier (PRB), low-cost adsorbent, eggshell Inorganic Fraction Powder (EGGIF)
E07 (4) - Contaminated sitesRemoval of vanadium from groundwater by layered double hydroxide supported nanoscale zerovalent ironX. Kong, H. Wangvanadium, layered double hydroxide, zerovalent iron, groundwater remediation, removal mechanism
E07 (5) - Contaminated sitesCombined risk assessment for landfill gas and leachate – informing contaminated land reclamation for appropriate construction projectsT. E. Butt, J. A. Entwistle, A. S. Sagoo , G. Massaccilandfill gas, landfill leachate, construction industry, risk assessment, risk analysis, risk management, contaminated land, land regeneration, land reclamation, land restoration
E08 (1) - Waste management educationWaste management education: from kindergarten to higher educationG. De Feo, F. Faiellaeducation, Greenopoli, sharing, sustainability, waste management
E08 (2) - Waste management educationOpportunities and challenges in developing a waste management curriculum in KazakhstanK. Manskinen, A.-M. Tuomala, G. Azimbayevacurriculum, waste management, Kazakshtan
E08 (3) - Waste management educationAn Erasmus+ waste education initiativeS. Lee, A. Reid, C. BanksErasmus+, waste education, recycling, circular economy, waste infrastructure
E08 (4) - Waste management educationEnvironmental education and popular mobilization for the implementation of integrated waste management systemsC. C. Guimarães, T. F. Oliveira, F. P. Manéo, L. S. Macedo, C. E. Teixeiramunicipal solid waste, solid waste management, household waste, source separation, environmental education, popular mobilization
E09 (1) - Workshop: IWWG TG CLEAR - Construction and operation of full-scale CH4 oxidation systemsChallenges in the up-scale to full bio-mitigation systems implemented at landfills and future research needsC. Scheutz, P. Kjeldsenlandfill methane, methane oxidation, methane mitigation, biocover, biowindow, methane load
E09 (2) - Workshop: IWWG TG CLEAR - Construction and operation of full-scale CH4 oxidation systemsImplementation of full-scale biocover systems – Site investigation, design and monitoringR. Rosendal, M. Holt, H. Rolsted, S. B. Andersenlandfill gas, biocover, biofilter
E09 (3) - Workshop: IWWG TG CLEAR - Construction and operation of full-scale CH4 oxidation systemsBiocovers on landfills – Variations in project complexityA. Fredenslund, K. B. Sundbaek, P. H. Petersenlandfill gas, greenhouse gas mitigation, methane, reduction costs, full scale
E09 (4) - Workshop: IWWG TG CLEAR - Construction and operation of full-scale CH4 oxidation systemsElements of design of passive methane oxidation biosystems: fundamental and practical considerations about hydraulic characteristics affecting biogas migration and oxidation efficiencyA. R. Cabral, B. Ahoughalandarilength of unrestricted gas migration, air permeability function, water retention curve
E09 (5) - Workshop: IWWG TG CLEAR - Construction and operation of full-scale CH4 oxidation systemsBiowindows for the degasification of an older Austrian MSW landfill after the removal of the active gas extraction system – Lessons learnedM. Huber-Humermethane oxidation systems, old MSW landfill, landfill aftercare, biowindows
E09 (6) - Workshop: IWWG TG CLEAR - Construction and operation of full-scale CH4 oxidation systemsExperiences from full scale operation of methane oxidation windows for biological treatment of landfill gasJ. Gebert, J. Streese-KleebergSoil moisture, soil consolidation, spatial gas distribution, FID screening, soil gas concentration
E10 (1) - Workshop: Hydrothermal carbonizationStatus and prospects of hydrothermal carbonization (HTC) for biogenic waste and residuesM. Nelles, M. Klemm, J. Köchermann, T. Lühmannhydrothermal carbonization, biogenic waste, sewage sludge, waste treatment
E10 (2) - Workshop: Hydrothermal carbonizationAn experimental study on hydrothermal carbonization of anaerobic digestion residueR. Lotito, D. Battaglia, L. Zaccariello, M. L. Mastellonehydrochar, HTC, digestate, batch reactor
E11 (1) - Workshop: Forensic EngineeringHow to select pollution signatures for environmental forensic investigation? A study in the context of dug-well contamination from an onsite waste water treatment and disposal systemM. S. Priyanka, M. A. Siddik, O. S. Nayanathara, S. Abinaya, S. K. Ashwini, L. Ashok, G. K. Vargheseenvironmental forensic investigation, pollution signature, dug-well contamination, septic tank, pharmaceuticals
E11 (2) - Workshop: Forensic EngineeringCause-oriented investigation of the fire incidents in Austrian waste management systemsT. Nigl, W. Rübenbauer, R. Pombergerwaste fire, lithium-ion-battery
E13 (1) - Workshop: BiorefineriesTwo-stage fermentative biohydrogen and biomethane production from lipid-extracted chlorophyta microalgaeI. Atamaniuk, H. Boysen, N. Wieczorek, N. Politaeva, I. Smiatskaia, K. Kuchtamicroalgae, biorefinery, biohydrogen, biomethane
E13 (2) - Workshop: BiorefineriesCombination of different treatment methods for biological waste and agricultural residues to generate bio-based productsJ. Kannengiesser, A. Campitelli, A. Vogt, I. Steinberg, J. Jager, L. Schebekcomposting, digestion, fatty acids, extraction, bio-based products, bioeconomy
E13 (3) - Workshop: BiorefineriesThree-step process for hydrogen and PHA production from sheep cheese wheyF. Asunis, M. P. Boni, A. P. Brundu, G. Cappai, A. Carucci, F. G. Cocco, G. De Gioannis, M. Isipato, S. Milia, A. Muntoni, A. Polettini, R. Pomi, A. Rossi, D. Spigawaste biorefinery, multistep valorisation, cascade resource recovery, biofuels, biopolymers
E14 (1) - Workshop: Biological treatment of animal wasteValorization of animal waste and by-products via anaerobic digestion processI. Moukazis, K. Tsokanis, F.-M. Pellera, E. Gidarakosanimal waste, anaerobic digestion, manure, methane potential
E14 (2) - Workshop: Biological treatment of animal wastePerformance of sequential anaerobic/aerobic co-digestion of waste activated sludge and cattle manureF. S. Erkuş, Ş. Sayınsequential anaerobic/aerobic treatment, co-digestion, waste activated sludge, cattle manure, germination index
E15 (1) - Workshop: Biological degradation of bioplasticsEvaluation of the performances of paper and bioplastic bags in the management of food wasteG. Dolci, M. Grosso, A. Catenacci, F. Malpei, R. Fancellopaper, bioplastics, food waste, anaerobic digestion, life cycle assessment
E15 (2) - Workshop: Biological degradation of bioplasticsA synergic approach using different methodologies to monitor bioplastic film degradation during compostingF. Ruggero, E. Carretti, T. Lotti, C. Lubello, R. Goribioplastics, composting, process conditions, monitoring methodologies
E16 (1) - Workshop: Long term behaviour of landfill barriersLandfills volume increase with reinforced soil embankments: basic theory and case studiesD. Cazzuffi, P. Recalcatilandfill barriers, reinforced soil embankments, geosynthetics
E16 (2) - Workshop: Long term behaviour of landfill barriersComparison of different natural clays for their application as landfill linersM. Regadío, J. A. Black, S. F. Thorntoncompacted clays, attenuation, landfill liners, leachate pollutants
E16 (3) - Workshop: Long term behaviour of landfill barriersClogging characteristics of geotextiles in simulated bottom ash co-disposed landfill conditionsQ. Wang, Q. Y. Xu, J. H. Kogeotextile clogging, leachate characteristics, chemical, biological
F01 (1) - Workshop: Gender perspectives in waste managementTo be a woman and study engineeringM. C. Lavagnolo, M. Fedeli, C. Tinouniversity, gender equality, engineering
F02 (1) - IWWGyoung RoundtableSustainable decentralized waste and wastewater treatment systemsF. Garbodecentralization, integrated waste management, municipal wastewater source separation, landfill leachate phytotreatment
F02 (7) - IWWGyoung RoundtableApplication of electron beam in aged landfill leachate treatmentS. Zhang, D. Yuelandfill leachate, radiation, biochemical respiration, biodegradability
F03 (1) - Sewage sludgeEffects of different implementations of sewage sludge disposal legislation in the EUT. Bauer, L. Ekman Burgmansewage sludge, legislation
F03 (2) - Sewage sludgeAssessment of the potential of reducing environmental impact at different scenarios for sewage sludge treatmentA. Tsybina, C. Wuenschsewage sludge, sludge pits, application of sewage sludge in agriculture, sewage sludge composting, sewage sludge incineration, material flow analysis, environmental impact, geosphere shells
F03 (3) - Sewage sludgeProfiling of amino acids and their interactions with proteinaceous compounds for sludge dewateringY. Zhu, K. Xiao, Y. Zhou, J. Yang, C. Le, D. Lu, Z. Yu, K. Pei, S. Liangsludge dewaterability, amino acids, proteinaceous compounds
F03 (4) - Sewage sludgeEnhanced sludge dewatering via oxone oxidation activated by iron-rich biochar pyrolyzed from ferric sludge at a low temperature: effects of iron speciesK. Xiao, Z. Yu, H. Wang, Y. Chen, W. Yu, Q. Xu, B. Liu, H. Hou, S. Liang, J. Hu, J. Yangsludge dewatering, ferric sludge, biochar, low-temperature pyrolysis, Fe(II)/Fe0-oxone conditioning, Fe transformation
F03 (5) - Sewage sludgeIs anaerobic digestate from sewage sludge a potential solution for improvement of poor soils?E. Camelin, G. Cristina, T. Tommasi, D. Finowastewater treatment, sewage sludge, poor soil, fertilization, cucumber
F04 (1) - Sewage sludge as a resourceSewage sludge as an important secondary source for agriculture and phosphorus industryŠ. Václavková, V. Kerberová, B. Zach, T. Krejčí, M. Krňávek, P. Maléř, M. Šycsewage sludge, phosphorus, secondary source, agriculture
F04 (2) - Sewage sludge as a resourceNovel phosphorus recovery from sewage sludge through calcium oxide-enhanced pyrolysis techniqueJ. Chen, S. Tang, Z. Zhangmunicipal sewage sludge, phosphorus, pyrolysis, calcium oxide, enhanced transformation
F04 (3) - Sewage sludge as a resourceConversion of sewage sludge to clean fuel using pyrolysis and washing methodsA. Kolosionis, E. Kastanaki, E. Gidarakos, A. Giannissewage sludge, pyrolysis, biochars, washing, heavy metals
F04 (4) - Sewage sludge as a resourceBiochar from sludgeE. Diamadopoulossewage sludge, biochar
F04 (5) - Sewage sludge as a resourceIntegrated continuous sewage sludge pyrolysis-volatile reforming reactor and its performanceZ. Mei, D. Chen, J. Zhang, L. Yin, Y. Husewage sludge pyrolysis, self-supplied steam reforming, moisture content, syngas, H2/CO ratio, energy recovery efficiency
F07 (3) - Workshop: Waste and climate change IApplication of the WROSE model to municipal integrated waste management plans: focus on socio-economic and institutional indicatorsS. Kissoon, C. TroisWaste Resource Optimisation and Scenario Evaluation (WROSE), socio-economic, institutional indicators, waste diversion strategies
F07 (4) - Workshop: Waste and climate change IImpacts of open burning in developing countries and solutionsM. C. Lavagnolodeveloping countries, open burning, environmental impact
F07 (5) - Workshop: Waste and climate change IGlobal development of greenhouse gas emissions in the waste management sectorC. Wünsch, R. Kocinagreenhouse gas emissions, global warming, National Inventory Reports
F08 (1) - Workshop: Waste and climate change IIClimate change mitigation services rendered by organic-waste-derived fertiliser: a dynamic model of a Danish case studyM. Klinglmair, M. Thomsensoil, organic waste, food waste, nutrient cycling, carbon sequestration, fertilizer, dynamic model, material flow analysis
F08 (2) - Workshop: Waste and climate change IIQuantifcation and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from storage of dewatered sludge at waste water treatment plantsS. Nilsson Påledal, M. Gålfalk, D. Bastvikengreenhouse gas emissions, methane, biogas, sludge, waste water treatment
F09 (1) - Workshop: Semiaerobic landfilling in Developing CountriesFindings in the semi-aerobic landfills managementM. C. Lavagnolosemi-aerobic landfill, tropical climate, high leachate production
F09 (2) - Workshop: Semiaerobic landfilling in Developing CountriesTransfer of appropriate technology by semi-aerobic landfill concept (Fukuoka method) in developing countriesY. Matsufuji, A. Tanakasemi-aerobic landfill concept, Fukuoka method, landfill, developing countries, transfer technology
F09 (3) - Workshop: Semiaerobic landfilling in Developing CountriesApplication of semi-aerobic landfilling in developing countries – Lessons learned through its application in Rwanda and other African countriesT. Mitosolid waste management, Rwanda, Kenya, Ethiopia, semi-aerobic landfilling, Fukuoka Method, environmental technology transfer to Africa
F09 (4) - Workshop: Semiaerobic landfilling in Developing CountriesOptimised management of semi-aerobic landfilling under tropical wet-dry conditionsV. Grossule, M. C. Lavagnolosemiaerobic landfilling, semi-aerobic landfills, tropical climate
F10 (1) - Workshop: Asbestos waste management and risk assessmentClassification and properties of asbestos containing wasteF. Pagliettiasbestos, classification, Asbestos Containing Waste (ACW)
F10 (2) - Workshop: Asbestos waste management and risk assessmentSafety measures and waste management at naturally occurring asbestos (NOA) sitesS. Malinconico, S. Bellagamba, C. MassaroNatural Occurring Asbestos, green-stones, risk assessment, analytical procedures, safety measures
F10 (3) - Workshop: Asbestos waste management and risk assessmentThe disposal of asbestos containing waste in ItalyB. Conestabile Della Staffaasbestos, waste, recycling, disposal, waste management
F10 (4) - Workshop: Asbestos waste management and risk assessmentNew technolgies for indentification and classification of asbestosG. Bonifazimicro x-ray fluorescence spectroscopy, hyperspectral imaging, asbestos, asbestos containing materials
F10 (5) - Workshop: Asbestos waste management and risk assessmentHyperspectral imaging for asbestos recognitionS. Serrantihyperspectral imaging, HSI, , asbestos, asbestos containing materials, ACM
F10 (6) - Workshop: Asbestos waste management and risk assessmentAsbest lib: a spectral library of MCA to support environmental monitoring activitiesM. Musacchio, L. Colini, M. Silvestri, M. F. Buongiornooptical spectrometry techniques, asbestos, environmental monitoring
F10 (7) - Workshop: Asbestos waste management and risk assessmentMechanical treatment of asbestos containing waste and safe recycling on the production of alkali activated materialsA. Valouma, E. Gidarakosasbestos, mechanical treatment, alkali activation
F10 (8) - Workshop: Asbestos waste management and risk assessmentMineral wool waste in Austria, associated health aspects and recycling optionsT. Sattler, R. Pomberger, J. Schimek, D. Vollprechtrecycling, mineral wool, health aspects, waste management, man-made vitreous fibres
F11 (1) - Leachate characterization and treatmentAssessment of the ecotoxicity of phytotreatment substrate soil as landfill cover material for in situ leachate managementF. Garbo, A. Pivato, B. Manachini, M. C. Lavagnololandfill leachate phytotreatment, substrate soil chemical characterization, ecotoxicological bioassays
F11 (2) - Leachate characterization and treatmentDetection and quantification of viruses in solid waste landfill leachateN. M. Lanzarini, R. M. Mata, C. F. Mannarino, J. C. Moreira, M. P. Miagostovichleachate, HAdV, JCPyV, environmental virology, landfill
F11 (3) - Leachate characterization and treatmentTreatment of landfill leachate at a remote closed landfill site on the Isle of WightT. Robinsonbiological treatment, landfill leachate, leachate treatment, nitrification, wastewater treatment
F12 (1) - Workshop: Waste management in small islandsSolid waste management at a country of 6,000 islands and isletsE. GidarakosMSW, small islands, islets, tourism, Greece
F12 (2) - Workshop: Waste management in small islandsSolid waste management on small island destinationsA. Giannis, E. Gidarakossmall islands, municipal solid waste, MSW, Greece, tourism
F12 (4) - Workshop: Waste management in small islandsConstruction and demolition waste management: recycling routes on islandsK. Valouma, E. Gidarakossmall islands, construction, demolition, CDW, Greece
F12 (5) - Workshop: Waste management in small islandsOpportunities for agro-industrial waste valorization on Greek islandsF.-M. Pellera, E. Gidarakosagro-industrial waste, valorization, Greek islands, Greece
F13 (1) - Leachate treatment IIRemoval of dissolved methane from landfill leachates in engineered wetlandsT. RobinsonMethane removal, wetlands, reed beds, landfill leachate, leachate treatment, wastewater treatment
F13 (2) - Leachate treatment IIBiological treatment of landfill leachate using municipal solid waste biochar in tropical countriesG. M. Mwangi, A. Mayabi, A. Tanaka, G. Lubaalebiochar, leachate, total organic carbon, bacteria, solid waste
F13 (3) - Leachate treatment IIEffect of submerged combustion evaporation on Cd complexation potential of leachate humic substanceL. Zhang, X. Wang, D. Yue, H. Jiang, Y. Wang, Z. Fanleachate, Cd complexation, Non-Ideal Competitive Adsorption (NICA)
F13 (4) - Leachate treatment IIA multidiciplinary investigation of constructed wetlands for the treatment of landfill leachate: where environmental engineering, microbiology and botany meetB. Reimers, W. Woodenberg, Sershen, C. Troisconstructed wetlands, leachate, multidisciplinary, preliminary results, ecosystem services
F13 (4) - Leachate treatment IIA multidiciplinary investigation of constructed wetlands for the treatment of landfill leachate: where environmental engineering, microbiology and botany meetB. Reimers, W. Woodenberg, Sershen, C. Troisconstructed wetlands, leachate, multidisciplinary, preliminary results, ecosystem services
F14 (1) - Workshop: IWWG TG Landfill aeration - Optimal performances and fake aerationBenchmarking of landfill aeration projectsM. Huber-Humerlandfill aftercare, in-situ aeration, assessment methods, benchmarks
F14 (2) - Workshop: IWWG TG Landfill aeration - Optimal performances and fake aerationObjectives and appropriate technical implementation of landfill aeration projectsM. Ritzkowskilandfill aeration, climate, landfill gas emission potential, aeration technology
F14 (3) - Workshop: IWWG TG Landfill aeration - Optimal performances and fake aerationTemperature dependency of metabolic processes during landfill aerationM. Ritzkowski, K. Kuchtalandfill aeration, metabolic processes, temperature, simulation, bio-conversion
F15 (1) - Workshop: The science of landfill completionThe impact of LFG on landfill completionR. Gregorylandfill, landfill completion, landfill surrender
F15 (3) - Workshop: The science of landfill completionThe impact of groundwater protection on landfill completion criteriaO. Hjelmarlandfill, landfill completion, groundwater
F16 (1) - Solid waste management in emergenciesPreparation for disaster waste management in Japan and Pacific countriesM. Asaridisaster waste management, plan, guideline, local government, training, Pacific islands
F16 (2) - Solid waste management in emergenciesLimitation of deterministic regression on flood waste quantity estimation in South KoreaM. H. Park, M. Ju, J. Y. Kimbayesian inference, data grouping, disaster waste management, flood waste estimation, regression
F16 (3) - Solid waste management in emergenciesDisaster waste management, analysis and comparison of L’Aquila (Italy), Emilia (Italy) and Kumamoto (Japan) earthquake case studiesA. Messora, S. Suzuki, O. Hirata, A. Tanaka, R. Ragabayesian inference, data grouping, disaster waste management, flood waste estimation, regression
F16 (4) - Solid waste management in emergenciesChallenges to combat environmental degradation due to Rohingya influx in BangladeshM. Alamgirrefugee settlements, environmental degradation, Bangladesh
G01 (1) - Workshop: Strategies for Landfill MiningStrategies for landfill mining – Integrating resource recovery into waste managementJ. C. Hernández Parrodi, C. García López, T. Pretz, B. Küppers, D. Vollprecht, R. Pombergerlandfill mining strategies, enhanced landfill mining, resource recovery, waste management practices
G02 (1) - Recycling of photovoltaic panelThe importance of the recycling of products used in the decarbonisation of the energy sectorS. Scherhaufer, P. Beigl, M. Sommer, I. Meyerdecarbonisation, photovoltaic, wind power, electric vehicles, mass flow analysis, recycling
G02 (2) - Recycling of photovoltaic panelRecycling of photovoltaic cells and other Si, Ge electronic wasteJ. Bumba, V. Drinek, R. Fajgar, F. Kastanek, O. Solcovaelectronic waste recycling, silicon, germanium, Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD), catalysis
G02 (3) - Recycling of photovoltaic panelSilver recovery from end-of-life photovoltaic panelsL. S. S. Oliveira, L. H. Yamane, R. R. Simanphotovoltaic panels, silver recovery, e-waste, recycling
G02 (4) - Recycling of photovoltaic panelReuse of glass from photovoltaic panels in construction materialsV. Savvilotidou, E. Gidarakosglass, resource recovery, photovoltaic panels, construction materials
G03 (1) - Workshop: Research on blue technologiesUnconventional leachate treatment: the use of energy cropsF. Garbolandfill leachate phytotreatment, closed landfills, energy crops, renewable energy generation
G03 (2) - Workshop: Research on blue technologiesPotential treatment of MSW leachate by BSF larvaeV. Grossule, R. Cossu, M. C. Lavagnolosustainable landfilling, low cost, resources recovery, proteins, biodiesel, ecotoxicology, circular economy, DC’s, hermetia illucens
G05 (1) - Workshop: Post-gestione delle discariche I (Italian)Gestione post-operativa (GPO) di discariche per RSU c.d. moderne di prima generazione (ante D. Lgs. 36/2003 e post D.C.I. 27/7/1984). L’attualità di criticità ambientali (in)aspettate derivanti dalla sotto-stima della durata della GPOF. Finotellidiscariche, decorso gestione post-operativa (GPO), monitoraggio assestamenti, carenze normative
G05 (3) - Workshop: Post-gestione delle discariche I (Italian)Il decorso degli assestamenti in discariche in fase di gestione operativa e post-operativa: case histories, con valutazioni sullo stato d’avanzamento/durata della gestione post-operativa (GPO) e relative problematicheF. Finotellidiscariche, decorso gestione post-operativa (GPO); monitoraggio assestamenti, carenze normative
G06 (1) - Workshop: Post-gestione delle discariche II (Italian)Discariche ante norma e cessate. Problema amministrativo o ambientale? La normativa rilevante e la sua evoluzione. Casi giurisprudenzialiP. Ferraris, P. Simone, A. Angelonidiscariche, decorso gestione post-operativa (GPO), monitoraggio assestamenti, carenze normative
G06 (2) - Workshop: Post-gestione delle discariche II (Italian)Le discariche orfane. Un caso reale di GPO di carattere emergenziale, con attivazione di procedure sostitutive da parte della P.A. in danno al gestore. Aspetti tecnici, procedurali ed economiciF. Finotellidiscariche, decorso gestione post-operativa (GPO), monitoraggio assestamenti, carenze normative
G06 (3) - Workshop: Post-gestione delle discariche II (Italian)Discarica in post gestione: una risorsa o solo un costo?D. Biondigestione post operativa, trattamento percolato, landfill mining
G07 (1) - Aspetti legali, economici, paesaggistici ed educativi nella gestione dei rifiutiNecessità di una legislazione ambientale uniforme per la tutela del Mar MediterraneoM. Chianuraambiente, legislazione, mediterraneo
G07 (2) - Aspetti legali, economici, paesaggistici ed educativi nella gestione dei rifiutiBonifica del bacino idrografico del fiume SarnoB. Orricobonifica, fiume, bacino idrografico, Napoli
G07 (3) - Aspetti legali, economici, paesaggistici ed educativi nella gestione dei rifiutiOttimizzazione del costo dei sistemi di raccolta differenziata: il caso studio di SalernoG. De Feo, C. Ferrara, R. Rosaniacost, optimization, separate collection, MSW, total enumeration algorithm
G07 (4) - Aspetti legali, economici, paesaggistici ed educativi nella gestione dei rifiutiDiscariche per rifiuti inerti e paesaggio: punti di forza e occasioni mancate in 5 casi di studioP. Simone, A. Bertelli, F. Bernar, M. Gubertini, P. Vasino, A. Angelonidiscariche, rifiuti inerti, paesaggio, casi studio
G07 (5) - Aspetti legali, economici, paesaggistici ed educativi nella gestione dei rifiutiEducazione alla gestione dei rifiuti: dalla scuola dell’infanzia all’universita’G. De Feo, F. Faiellaeducation, Greenopoli, sharing, sustainability, waste management
G07 (6) - Aspetti legali, economici, paesaggistici ed educativi nella gestione dei rifiutiInsegnamento implicito della sostenibilità: il macchinario “polifunzionale” per il trattamento della materia seconda nelle UniversitàM. Dassisti, A. Di Roma, B. D’Aquinosecondary matter, sustainabilty, environmental teaching, environmental consciousness, university campus
G08 (1) - L'economia circolare nella gestione dei rifiuti IBioplastiche in compostaggio: metodologie per il monitoraggio della biodegradazione applicate ad un caso studioF. Ruggero, E. Carretti, T. Lotti, C. Lubello, R. Goribioplastics, composting, process conditions, monitoring methodologies
G08 (2) - L'economia circolare nella gestione dei rifiuti IValutazione dell’utilizzo di sacchetti in carta e bioplastica nella gestione del rifiuto organicoG. Dolci, M. Grosso, A. Catenacci, F. Malpei, R. Fancellopaper, bioplastic, food waste, anaerobic digestion, life cycle assessment
G08 (3) - L'economia circolare nella gestione dei rifiuti IEsperienze di landfill mining in Regione LombardiaS. Cappa, A. Ribaudo, M. Severgninilandfill mining, Lombardy region, EoW
G08 (4) - L'economia circolare nella gestione dei rifiuti ITecnologie appropriate e accessibili per il trattamento delle acque reflue nella gestione dei rifiuti: progettazione per un piccolo impianto di separazione manuale della plastica in MozambicoF. Villa, M. Vaccari, G. Vintilow income countries, wastewater treatment, plastic recycling, informal sector, waste collection
G08 (5) - L'economia circolare nella gestione dei rifiuti ITrattamenti combinati per migliorare il comportamento ambientale della frazione minerale di scorie da incenerimento rifiuti ai fini di un suo riciclo come materiale da costruzioneR. Spagnuolo, G. Costa, F. Lombardiwaste incineration bottom ash, leaching, antimony, carbonation, Fe oxides, treatment trains
G08 (6) - L'economia circolare nella gestione dei rifiuti IIl riutilizzo a chilometro zero dei detriti da terremoto: un’ipotesi progettuale per il piano di ricostruzione di Poggio Picenze (AQ)A. Bastieconomia circolare, innovazione tecnologica, end of life, detriti da terremoto, materie prime secondarie
G09 (1) - L'economia circolare nella gestione dei rifiuti IIIl recupero dei rifiuti plastici marini e terrestri tramite pirolisi: una nuova prospettiva per il riciclo chimicoG. C. Faussonepyrolysis, marine litter, marine fuel, landfill mining
G09 (2) - L'economia circolare nella gestione dei rifiuti IIProcesso in tre fasi per la produzione di idrogeno e PHA da siero di latte ovinoF. Asunis, M. P. Boni, A. P. Brundu, G. Cappai, A. Carucci, F. G. Cocco, G. De Gioannis, M. Isipato, S. Milia, A. Muntoni, A. Polettini, R. Pomi, A. Rossi, D. Spigabioraffineria per rifiuti, valorizzazione multifase, recupero di risorse, biocombustibili, biopolimeri
G09 (3) - L'economia circolare nella gestione dei rifiuti IIAttività sperimentali per la caratterizzazione geotecnica di sfridi di lavorazione di guarnizioni O-ring per utilizzo in strutture di copertura di discaricaC. Oggeri, P. Simone, M. Maroni, M. Scudu, G. Ansinellodiscarica, caratterizzazione geotecnica, copertura di discarica
G09 (4) - L'economia circolare nella gestione dei rifiuti IIStrategie per l’economia circolare nell’industria metallurgica: un’analisi ambientale di processi innovativi per il recupero di materiali ed energiaA. Di Maria, M. Merchan, K. Van AckerLCA, metallurgic residues valorisation, energy and resource efficiency, circular economy
G09 (5) - L'economia circolare nella gestione dei rifiuti IIStabilizzazione delle scorie di acciaieria secondo il brevetto FMP S.r.l. e loro possibile impiego nella produzione di calcestruzziG. Belardi, F. Trapasso, D. Passeri, M. Fedon, P. Micheletti, A. Soluri, A. D’ Elia, L. Montagner, D. ZontaEAF slag, slag aggregate, mechanical properties, interfacial transitional zone, slag concrete
G09 (6) - L'economia circolare nella gestione dei rifiuti IIPrestazioni idrauliche di miscele cemento-bentonite tradizionali e speciali in soluzioni solfaticheJ. Domizi, E. Fratalocchi, M. Felici, F. Pasqualinihydraulic conductivity, cement-bentonite, sulphate, durability
G10 (1) - Workshop: End of wasteEnd of waste status assessment and verification procedures across Europe: review of existent procedures and proposal for common methodologies through the MiW-IMPEL guidanceL. Paradisi, R. Ruggeri, J. Teekenscircular economy, ecoinnovation, end-of-waste, assessment, inspection, waste framework directive, permit
G10 (2) - Workshop: End of wasteManaging complex products to support the circular economyE. Tamcircular economy, recycling, automobile, end of life, vehicle, dismantling, recovery, waste management
G11 (2) - Workshop: Sustainable waste management at Universities ICharacterization and management of solid waste at the Santiago de Cali University, ColombiaC. Guevara-Fletcher, L. Segura, C. Useche, J. Plaza J., L. Solartewaste characterization, waste management, university, Colombia
G12 (1) - Workshop: Sustainable waste management at Universities IISustainable IPT: strategies of a waste management program in a Brazilian public research instituteC. Camolesi Guimarães, T. Freire De Oliveira, C. Echevenguá Teixeira, F. Peixoto Manéomunicipal solid waste, solid waste management, household waste, source separation, environmental education, popular mobilization
G12 (2) - Workshop: Sustainable waste management at Universities IIUniversity as promoter of sustainability culture and practicesD. Minervini, E. Espositouniversity, sustainability, culture, practices
G16 (1) - Workshop: La gestione dei rifiuti nei grandi eventi sportiviLa tecnologia del termocompost come alternativa sostenibile per la produzione di calore in edifici decentralizzatiA. Pivato, A. Schievano, R. Malesani, M. C. Lavagnolocompost heat recovery system, renewable energy, soil carbon stock
H03 (2) - Waste Architecture - New visions and perspectivesComputational arrangement of demolition debrisD. Marshall, C. Meuller, B. Clifford, S. Kennedyconcrete, rubble, demolition, recycling, holding patterns, construction waste, sustainability
H03 (3) - Waste Architecture - New visions and perspectivesLandscape integration of a waste disposal plant: a case studyE. Gasparinilandscape, waste disposal, texture, green surroundings
H03 (4) - Waste Architecture - New visions and perspectivesContaminated urban areas and redevelopment: analysis and assessments on the tmb salario’s case studyG. Bassiwaste, architecture, landfill, planning, multidisciplinary approach, soil pollution
H04 (1) - Waste Architecture - Functional requalification of old landfills: case studies and technical aspectsFrederic-Back Park, Montreal, Canada: how 40 million tonnes of MSW supports a public parkD. Martin, M. Hérouxlandfill site, landfill gas, leachate, final cover, public park, rehabilitation, public hearing, design, quality of life, master plan, biodiversity, reuse, recreation, recreational activities
H04 (2) - Waste Architecture - Functional requalification of old landfills: case studies and technical aspectsRestoration of sanitary landfills in public park: the case study of Belo Horizonte Landfill, BrazilA. Pederzoli, B. N. Cerqueira, C. A. A. Catapreta, M. C. S. Ribeiro, P. G. B. Hellersanitary landfill, public park, restoration
H04 (3) - Waste Architecture - Functional requalification of old landfills: case studies and technical aspectsThe naturalistic recovery of an old landfill: the case of Vizzolo Predabissi (Milan)S. M. Colombolandfill recovery, former landfill reuse, capping, trees on landfill capping, reforestation criteria for landfills, landfill landscape design
H04 (4) - Waste Architecture - Functional requalification of old landfills: case studies and technical aspectsCan we build on old landfills?K. Haarstadwetlands, monitoring, emerging concern, old landfills, emission, safety, new developments
H05 (3) - IWRECKS - Industrial Wrecks: Reusing, Enhancing, aCKnowledging ShedsBIM and Urban Mining: information models for the C&D waste management and computationR. A. Bernardello, R. MalesaniBIM, C&DW, waste management, waste characterization, EWC, modelling, construction, demolition
H06 (1) - Waste Architecture - Waste Management in urban and peri-urban areasNew material-from-waste” facility in Paris (France)”C. Cord'Hommematerial-from-waste, sorting, recycling, packaging, resources, household, circular economy
H06 (2) - Waste Architecture - Waste Management in urban and peri-urban areasAcknowleging waste pickers cooperatives as prime urban facilitiesE. W. Rutkowski, E. Ziggiatti Monteiro, R. Argenton Freire, A. M. R. De Góes Monteirourban sustainability; circular economy; sustainable city; inclusive city
H06 (3) - Waste Architecture - Waste Management in urban and peri-urban areasSustainable temporary housing in urban areas – The role of waste and resource managementJ. Zeilinger, M. Huber-humertemporary housing, sustainability, design for reuse, construction waste prevention, green building, sustainable building, Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), vacant building, emergency shelter, tiny house
H06 (4) - Waste Architecture - Waste Management in urban and peri-urban areasShort supply chain of waste flows for landscape regeneration in peri-urban areasM. Russo, L. Amenta, A. Attademo, M. Cerreta, E. Formato, F. Garzilli, C. Mazzarella, M. Rigillo, V. Vittigliosupply chain, living lab, waste reduction, new soils, green infrastructures
H11 (2) - Smart and Digital Waste ManagementBig data analytics for construction waste management: empirical evidence of prospects and challengesW. Lu, Z. Bao, J. Haoconstruction and demolition waste, construction waste management, big data, big data analytics, fad, fashion
H11 (3) - Smart and Digital Waste ManagementClassification and recognition of typical inorganic municipal solid wastes components with help of deep learning toolG. Xu, D. Chen, J. Luo, B. Zhang, Z. Li, Y. ZangMSW, typical components, classification, recognition, deep learning, database
H11 (4) - Smart and Digital Waste ManagementInnovative WEEE traceability and collection system: the Cava de’ Tirreni pilotG. Fiorentino, A. Zucaro, S. Portofino, M. TammaroWaste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), WEEE collection, WEEE treacability, smart bins, rewarding system
H13 (1) - Workshop: WEEE - Circular economy opportunitiesIntroduction to the workshop: Is circularity possible in the EEE sector?B. Kopacekindustry 4.0, circular economy, pay-per-use, product service systems, eco-leasing, electronics, electrical equipment, WEEE, plastics, recycling, re-use, remanufacturing, refurbishment
H14 (1) - Workshop: Circular economy readiness. Addressing barriers in preparation for the circular economyIntroducing the concept of circular economy readiness & outcomes of the SUM workshopR. Dunk, C. Fletchercircular economy, circular economy readiness, carbon capture, circular waste management practices
H15 (1) - Workshop: Medical waste managementMedical waste management in China: a case study of the Yangtze River economic beltY. Hu, Y. Tian, D. Chen, J. Zhong, H. Zhangmedical waste management, health, China, Yangtze River Economic Belt
H15 (2) - Workshop: Medical waste managementNumerical modeling of biomedical waste plasma processing in various gasifying agentsV. E. Messerle, A. B. Ustimenko, Z. Jankoski, R. V. Baimuldinbiomedical wastes, plasma, gasification, gasifying agent, synthesis gas
H16 (1) - Workshop: X-ray fluorescence for waste characterizationApplicability of portable X-ray fluorescence devices for waste characterization: challenges and opportunitiesC. Zafiu, A. Jandric, F. PartX-ray fluorescence analysis, sewage sludge ashes, brominated flame retardants, environmental monitoring, environmental forensic
Poster - A (1) - General aspectsChallenges for the implementation of the national solid waste policy in Brazilian municipalities, case study of São Gonçalo, Rio de JaneiroJ. E. S. Santos, A. G. H. P. Van Elk, J. A Ferreiramunicipal solid waste, solid waste management, municipal management, São Gonçalo, national solid waste policy
Poster - A (2) - General aspectsSaving of GHG by modifying schedule of waste collection routesV. Nevrlý, R. Šomplák, V. Smejkalováwaste collection routes, greenhouse gases, heuristics, collection schedule
Poster - A (3) - General aspectsCharacterization of spent foundry sand in development of glass-ceramicR. S. Magalhães, S. R. Teixeira, G. T. A. Santos, L. F. Santos, N. F. G. Silva, A. E. Souzaspent sand, foundry, glass-ceramic, kinetic
Poster - A (4) - General aspectsFroths, fires and fights over sustainability of Bellandur Lake – A case for intensive environmental detectivismR. Das, L. N. Rao, B. S. Jai Prakash, H. Chanakyaenvironmental forensics, fires, sustainability,
Poster - A (5) - General aspectsMethod of efficient allocation of facilities of the municipal solid waste system on the city planI. Dudar, O. Yavorovskadevelopment of the city, algorithm, the method of efficient
Poster - A (6) - General aspectsPhysical characterization of the urban solid waste generated in different cities of Rio de Janeiro State, BrazilA. L. Conde, M. A. Hinojosa, J. Tonnera Jr., A. Lourenço, B. R. Quintaes, J. Camposwaste, characterization, Brazil
Poster - A (7) - General aspectsA review of hospital waste management using system dynamicsP. Berenjkar, Y. Y. Li, Q. Yuanhospital waste, waste management, system dynamics
Poster - B (1) - RecyclingThe use of zeolitic waste with amonium ions in cement systemsA. Mikelionienė, D. Vaičiukynienė, A. Augonis, E. Ivanauskas, J. Mockienė, V. Sasnauskaszeolitic waste, cement systems, amonium ions
Poster - B (10) - RecyclingThe use of ash-and-slag waste as raw materials for the production of environmentally friendly building materialsV. Starostina, A. Kurina, E. Zelinskaya, N. Tolmacheva, A. Garashchenkoraw materials, ash, slag, building materials, waste
Poster - B (11) - RecyclingSimultaneous removal of Pb(II) and Cd(II) from binary and multi-metals system using autoclaved aerated concrete and steel slag grains as low cost adsorbentsG. M. P. Kumara, A. Matsuno, T. T. V. Nga, N. H. Giang, K. Kawamotoconstruction and demolition waste, industrial by-products, simultaneous removal
Poster - B (12) - RecyclingA new sustainable approach in recovering cobalt from “hard metal” production by-productsA. Oumarou Amadou , G. P. De Gaudenzi , G. C. Marcheselli , M. Piredda, A. Serpesustainability, metal recovery, cobalt
Poster - B (13) - RecyclingThe use of municipal waste in the construction of smart pavements as a waste diversion strategyP. Reddy, N. Mahdjoub, C. TroisWaste, Climate Change, Circular Economy, Smart Materials
Poster - B (2) - RecyclingCharacterization and reutilization of spent foundry sand in the production of rectangular concrete blocks for interlocked pavementL. F. Santos, S. R. Teixeira, R. S. Magalhães, G. T. A. Santos, S. S. Barreto, A. E. Souzaspent foundry sand, concrete blocks, phenolic resin, waste, interlocked pavement
Poster - B (3) - RecyclingZero-valent iron addition and dry magnetic separation for the treatment of geogenic arsenic-contaminated excavated sedimentary rocks in Japan: a case studyJ. Li, S. Yoshi, S. Riya, A. Terada , M. Hosomiarsenic, excavated rock, ZVI, magnetic separation, remediation, leaching
Poster - B (4) - RecyclingEnhanced binder efficiency through waste based composites applied for road stabilizationM. Sarkkinen, K. Kujala, S. Geörstabilization, biofuel fly ash, stainless steel slag, tailings, recycling
Poster - B (5) - RecyclingPerspective use of thermal insulation materials from waste for high rise buildingV. Ocheretnyi, S. Sevastianov, O. Yavorovskaheat-insulation materials, waste, fibreboards, arbolith, mineral wool, slag wool, glass wool
Poster - B (6) - RecyclingEffect of CO2 activation parameters on the electrosorption capacity of biomass-derived electrodes in CDI applicationsM. P. Maniscalco, D. Ticali, R. Volpe, A. Messineobiomass pyrolysis, CO2 activation, activated carbon, capacitive deionization, desalination
Poster - B (7) - RecyclingAssessing and reducing chemical risk in WEEE recycling sectors in FranceF. Zimmermann, M. Lecler, F. Clerc, J. GrosjeanWEEE, chemical risk
Poster - B (8) - RecyclingRecycling of bio-elements from waste chicken featherM. Rouskova, S. Sabata, O. Solcova, J. Hanikaanimal waste, acid hydrolysis, amino acids
Poster - B (9) - RecyclingHigh attenuation recycling materials as landfill liners: the HARM projectM. Regadio, J. A. Black, S. F. Thorntonlandfill liners, leachate pollutants
Poster - C (1) - Biological treatmentControl of biotrickling filters treating NH3 emissions from animal houses using electrical conductivity measurementÉ. Dumont, S. Lagadec, N. Guingand, L. Loyon, A. Amrane, V. Couroussé, C. Gardin, A. Couvertammonia, nitrogen, air pollution, pig facilities, biotrickling filter, electrical conductivity, mass balance
Poster - C (10) - Biological treatmentValorisation of leachate from stabilization of organic fraction of municipal solid wasteK. Bernat, I. Wojnowska-Baryła, A. Cydzik-Kwiatkowska, M. Zielińska, M. Zaborowskaleachate from aerobic stabilization of OFMSW, biogas production, GP21 test, kinetic of biogas production and COD removal
Poster - C (11) - Biological treatmentCo-fermentation of crude glycerol and leachate from stabilization of organic fraction of municipal solid wasteK. Bernat, M. Zielińska, A. Cydzik-Kwiatkowska, I. Wojnowska-Baryła, P. Tomalskaleachate, aerobic stabilization of OFMSW, co-fermentation, biogas production, anaerobic granular sludge
Poster - C (2) - Biological treatmentUtilization of microalgae residues as sorbents for removal of heavy metals from (industrial) wastewaterY. Smyatskaya, N. Politaeva, A. Chusov, I. Atamaniuk, A. Koshelevasorbents, wastewater, thermal modification, acid modification, residual microalgae biomass
Poster - C (3) - Biological treatmentWaste poultry litter contaminated to antibiotics and their toxicity on earthworms Eisenia andreiE. O. Silva, C. F. Mannarino, F. V. Correia, E. M. Saggioroearthworms, ecotoxicology, antibiotics, poultry litter
Poster - C (4) - Biological treatmentManagement and quality tools applied to agribusiness waste managementL. M. R. Gaspar, C. T. Inácio, B. R. Quintaes, H. L. Silva, A. A. C. Peresagro-industrial waste, composting, Ishikawa diagram, management; PDCA cycle
Poster - C (5) - Biological treatmentBiodegradability and compostability of biobased productsI. Wojnowska-Baryła, D. Kulikowska, K. Bernatbio-based products, PLA, biodegradability, compostability
Poster - C (6) - Biological treatmentUsing drinking water treatment plant sludge in woodchip bioreactors to reduce nitrogen, phosphorus, pathogen, and veterinary antibiotics in agricultural drainageD. R. Lapen, N. Gottschall, M. Edwards, I. Khan, E. Craiovan, S. K. Freywater drinking plant residuals/sludge, nitrogen, phosphorus, antibiotics, tile drainage, woodchip bioreactor
Poster - C (7) - Biological treatmentNitrogen mass balance of a biotrickling filter treating NH3 emissions from pig houseÉ. Dumont, S. Lagadec, N. Guingand, L. Loyon, A. Amrane, V. Couroussé, C. Gardin, A. Couvertammonia, nitrogen, air pollution, pig facilities, biotrickling filter, electrical conductivity, mass balance
Poster - C (8) - Biological treatmentDry anaerobic digestion of biowaste from maintenance of urban greenery in novel rotary bioreactorJ. Rusin, K. Chamradovaurban greenery biowaste, high-solids anaerobic digestion, biogas, rotary bioreactor
Poster - C (9) - Biological treatmentAerobic fermentation of grass cuttings in a rotary bioreactorK. Chamradova, J. Rusinaerobic fermentation, grass cuttings, rotary bioreactor, AT4
Poster - D (1) - Thermal treatmentAlkali activated biomass bottom ash and zeolitic wasteA. Kielė, D. Vaičiukynienė, A. Kantautas, D. Nizevičienė, V. Bocullo, R. Bistrickaitėalkali activated biomass, bottom ash, zeolitic waste
Poster - D (2) - Thermal treatmentTwo stage process of unused pentosan raw material transformation to 2-furaldehyde and biocharE. Hroncová, J. Ladomerskýwood chips, corncobs, furfural, biochar, phosphoric acid, superphosphate
Poster - D (3) - Thermal treatmentWaste incineration products stabilizing with regard to legislative requirementsB. Grycova, A. Pryszcz, V. Blahuskova, P. Lestinskyhazardous waste, heavy metals, solidification, binder
Poster - D (4) - Thermal treatmentEvaluation of solid residues after incineration of wasteV. Blahuskova, J. Vlcek, M. Topinkovaenvironment, waste, waste incineration, landfill, solid residue
Poster - E (1) - LandfillingEcotoxicological evaluation of the contamination potential of leachate from Brazilian landfills: comparison between closed and active landfillA. M. Costa, M. R. S. Valentin, L. F. Silva, S. D. A. Daflon, B. R. Quintaes, J. C. Camposammonia nitrogen, alkalinity, humic substances, Danio rerio and Allivibrio fisheri
Poster - E (10) - LandfillingEvaluation of the reduction of landfill leachate ecotoxicity after adsorption with activated carbon as pre and post-treatment to biological processJ. C. Campos, V. A. Ferreira, A. M. Costa, J. M. S. CoutoPowdered Activated Carbon, sludge activated, Danio rerio and Respiration Inhibition Test
Poster - E (11) - LandfillingRehabilitation of landfill site by “Fukuoka method“ in Addis Ababa, EthiopiaY. Matsufuji, S. Hoshino, T. Mito, A. Tachifujilandslide, rehabilitation of waste dumping site, Fukuoka method, developing countries
Poster - E (12) - LandfillingSoil temperatures in landfill cover systems – Measurement results from Hamburg, GermanyK. Berger, S. Melchiorlandfill, cover system, soil temperature
Poster - E (13) - LandfillingEvaluation of operational and safety aspects of Brazilian sanitary landfillsT. S. M. M. Kamiji, F. J. P. Oliveiralandfill, failure, environmental impact
Poster - E (14) - LandfillingThe importance of geotechnical investigations for the construction of transfer station “Prelici” on landfill in Cacak – SerbiaD. Rakic, I. Basaric, J. Jankovic, T. Djuriclandfill, geotechnical investigations, transfer station
Poster - E (15) - LandfillingSorption of organic and inorganic leachate contaminants by soilS. Melgaço, V. P. R. Batista, D. M. Bila, E. RitterBisphenol-A, seropedica, landfill, ammonium, batch-test
Poster - E (16) - LandfillingEvaluation of the impact of leachate recirculation on the emission of pollutant from fresh and old wastes: pilot-scale studyG. Feuillade-Cathalifaud, V. Pallier, E. Redonleachate, leachate recirculation, waste, degradation
Poster - E (2) - LandfillingA simple box model for watering control in closed system disposal facilitiesK. Ishii, T. Furuichiclosed system disposal facilities, watering, modeling, simple box model
Poster - E (3) - LandfillingDegradation phase and stabilization evaluation in long term aeration in an old landfillL. Liu, X. Zhang, Y. Tian, Y. Wanaeration, landfill, degradation, stabilization, performance
Poster - E (4) - LandfillingTechno-economic assessment of the nanofiltration in the treatment of landfill leachateR. De Almeida, F. A. Oroski, J. C. Campossanitary landfill, leachate, nanofiltration, treatment, cost estimation
Poster - E (5) - LandfillingEcotoxicological evaluations of landfill leachate on Eisenia andreiS. Junior, C. Mannarino, E. Saggioro, F. Correiaecotoxicology, leachate, earthworms
Poster - E (6) - LandfillingEstrogenic activity in dissolved and particulated phase from landfill leachateG. Gomes, A. S. Argolo, C. F. Mannarino, D. M. Bilaendocrine disruptors, estrogenic activity, antagonism, in vitro YES assay, landfill leachate
Poster - E (8) - LandfillingMonitoring and prediction the long-term settlement in Nova Iguaçu sanitary landfill, Rio de Janeiro, BrazilA. F. C. Klink, A. G. H. P. Van Elk, J. C. Silvalandfill, solid waste, settlement, long term settlements, compressibility models, predictions
Poster - E (9) - LandfillingEvaluation of landfill leachate treatment using activated sludge with addition of powdered activated carbon and zeoliteG. D. C. Anjos, R. S. Chalegre, D. M. Bila, J. C. Camposlandfill leachate, sanitary landfill, biological treatment, microbial kinetics
Poster - F (1) - Industrial waste and contaminated sitesDetoxification and recovery of spent pot linings (SPL) from aluminum productionB. Ebin, M. Petranikova, D. Klinar, M. Kosir, P. Angelopoulos, K. Grossman, R. Geurts, M. Halilovic, P. Davrisresource recovery, spent pot linings, SPL, aluminium
Poster - F (10) - Industrial waste and contaminated sitesBiodegradation of phenol adsorbed on soilY. Maleterova, K. Demnerova, F. Kastanek, O. Solcovaphenol, polyaromatic hydrocarbons, mixed culture, coke plant
Poster - F (11) - Industrial waste and contaminated sitesArsenic contamination in domestic wells in the Southern Versilia (Tuscany): investigation and hypothesis on origin and causesMl. Franchi, F. Franceschini, R. Petrini, R. Giannecchini, A. Staianoarsenic contamination, Versilia plain, acid mine drainages, peats
Poster - F (12) - Industrial waste and contaminated sitesA manganese-oxidizing bacterial consortium presenting good performance of dye decolorization and heavy metal ion adsorptionW. Wan, Y. Xing, W. Chenindustrial waste, manganese contamination, decolorization, manganese-oxidizing bacteria (MOB), heavy metal pollution
Poster - F (2) - Industrial waste and contaminated sitesData collection and data quality assessment for cobaltM. F. Godoy León, G. A. Blengini, J. Dewulfcobalt, critical raw materials, material flow, data quality assessment, life cycle
Poster - F (3) - Industrial waste and contaminated sitesImprove the use of natural resources: inorganic binders in iron and steel foundries – Case of the Green Foundry LIFE projectS. Saetta, F. Di Maria, V. Caldarelli, S. Tapolainorganic binders, casting, green foundry
Poster - F (4) - Industrial waste and contaminated sitesMitigation of fluorine-containing waste resulting from chemical vapour deposition used in manufacturing of silicon solar cellsS. B. Zueva, I. Birloaga, F. Ferella, E. V. Baturina, V. Corradini, F. Vegliofluoride-containing sludge, precipitation, non-hazardous waste
Poster - F (5) - Industrial waste and contaminated sitesEffect of high concentration of tetramethyl ammonium hydroxide on the biological kinetic of sewage sludgeI. De Michelis, S. B. Zueva, V. Corradini, V. Innocenzi, N. M. Ippolito, M. Prisciandarotetra-methyl ammine, biological degradation, biological kinetic
Poster - F (6) - Industrial waste and contaminated sitesHomogeneous electron mediators for ambient temperature degradation of gaseous chlorobenzene by electroscrubbingA. G. Ramu, G. Muthuraman, I.-S. Moongaseous chlorobenzene, electroscrubbing, homogeneous electron mediators, MER, MEO
Poster - F (7) - Industrial waste and contaminated sitesImproving the work environment in the fluorescent lamp recycling sector by optimizing mercury eliminationM. Lecler, F. Zimmermann, E. SilventeWEEE, mercury, spent fluorescent lamp, recycling, exposure reduction