IWWG - International Waste Working Group is a non-profit association that aims to provide a forum to encourage economic and ecological waste management world-wide and to promote scientific advancement in the field

Conference: Venice 2020

A1 (1) Biomass and waste characterizationAssessment of the characteristics of bio-based plastics in terms of composition and biodegradabilityM. Falzarano, A. Polettini, R. Pomibioplastics, biopolymer, biodegradability, aerobic, anaerobic digestion, waste management
A1 (2) Biomass and waste characterizationLogistic analysis for the coffee mucilage supply to a bioethanol pilot plantJ.M. Brand Betancourt, J.A. Lozano-Moreno, L.M. Flórez Pardocoffee mucilage, bioethanol, logistics, biomass characterization, waste-to-energy, wastewaters
A1 (3) Biomass and waste characterizationCountry level analysis of agricultural residues resources potential for biomass energy in South AmericaI. Tello Gomezagricultural residues, bioenergy potential, climate change mitigation, sustainability
A2 (1) Decision tools and strategiesLife cycle assessment of sewage sludge pyrolysis – Environmental impacts of biochar as carbon sequestrator and nutrient recyclerF. Gievers, A. Loewen, M. Nelleslife cycle assessment, pyrolysis, sewage sludge, biochar, global warming potential, sustainable sludge management, nutrient recovery, carbon sequestration
A2 (2) Decision tools and strategiesBioenergy chains from wastewater reuse: technological aspects and environmental sustainabilityS. Masi, I.M. Mancini, M. Caivano, D. Canianibiomass production, wastewater, fertigation, bioenergy
A2 (3) Decision tools and strategiesSustainable biomass production, bio-waste management and land use through cascade use of biomassS. Piippo, E. Pongráczbio-waste, cascade use of biomass, energy generation, land use, food, nexus, Finland
A2 (4) Decision tools and strategiesAssessing eco-productivity change in Chilean municipal solid waste servicesP. Llanquileo-Melgarejo, M. Molinos-Senantewaste management, productivity, eco-productivity, data envelopment analysis, municipal solid waste (MSW)
A3 (1) Process modeling ICFD simulation of biomass gasification with OpenFOAM solver biomassGasificationFoamT. Rymarz, M. Dudynski, K. KwiatkowskiCFD, biomass, gasification, OpenFOAM, biomassGasificationFoam
A3 (2) Process modeling IHigh-quality bio-oil production via fluidized bed fast pyrolysis of biomassR. Migliaccio, A. Coppola, G. Ruoppolo, M. Urciuolo, P. Brachi, R. Chirone, F. Scala, E., Tinashe Ganda, P. Salatinobiomass, pyrolysis, catalyst, drop-in alternatives
A3 (3) Process modeling ITowards energy efficiency improvement: exergy analysis of a typical sugar millE.S. Dogbe, M. Mandegari, J. Gorgensenergy efficiency, exergy analysis, irreversibility, sugar mill
A3 (4) Process modeling IThermodynamic process modeling and experimental validation of fluorine recovery from spent pot lining (SPL) used in aluminium smeltingA. Mas Herrador, J. Schuster, Y. Fu, M. Petranikova, B. Ebinthermodynamic, process modeling, spent pot lining, fluorspar, precipitation
A3 (5) Process modeling ICFD modeling of an abiotic UASB reactor. Validation through DTR analysisJ. Rivas, M.C. Sadino-Riquelme, I. Garcés, A. Carvajal, A. Donoso-Bravobiogas, CFD, DTR, validation, UASB
A4 (1) Process modeling IINumerical and experimental investigation of medical and biological waste plasma gasification in different mediaV. Messerle, A. Ustimenko, O. Lavrichshev, R. Baimuldin, N. Slavinskaya, Z. Sitdikovmedical and biological waste, plasma, gasification, gasifying agent, synthesis gas
A4 (2) Process modeling IISystematic modelling of a butanol fermentation equipped with in-situ gas strippingR. Pujan, H.A. Preisigbiorefinery, butanol fermentation, gas stripping, topology, ontology, process modelling
A4 (3) Process modeling IIPrediction of MSW pyrolysis product distributions with an Artificial Neural Network model based on relational databaseX. He, D. Chenmunicipal solid waste, pyrolysis, artificial neural network, relational database, product prediction
A4 (4) Process modeling IITechnical, economic and environmental feasibility of a real hybrid mCHP system based on residual biomass gasification and solar PV: a transient numerical studyD. Piazzullo, M. Costa, F. Calise, M. Vicidomini, M. Dentice d’Accadiabiomass, gasification, renewable sources, solar, numerical modelling, TRNSYS
A5 (1) Hydrothermal and other processesEnvironmental assessment of hydrothermal carbonization of mechanically separated organic fraction from mixed MSW on industrial scaleL. Lombardi, S. Fabrizi, T. Foschi, B. Mendecka, F. TuciHTC, MSW, mechanically separated organic fraction, energy balance, LCA
A5 (2) Hydrothermal and other processesMicrowave-assisted hydrothermal carbonization: a reviewS. Pinto Altamiranda, J. Aristizabal Restrepo, C. Barrera Causil, O. Gutiérrez, M.E. Gonzalezhydrothermal carbonization, microwave, agricultural residues, hydrochar
A5 (3) Hydrothermal and other processesCultivation of green microalgae by recovering aqueous nutrients in hydrothermal carbonization process water of biomass wastesS.Z. Tarhana, A.T. Kocera, D. Ozcimena, I. GokalpHTC process water, nutrient recovery, microalgae cultivation, Chlorella minutissima, Botryococcus braunii
A5 (4) Hydrothermal and other processesHydrocracking of HDPE over H-USY and mesostructured acidic materials: Accessibility and Acidity effectsC.S. Costa, M.R. Ribeiro, J.M. Silvahydrocracking, H-USY zeolite, MCM-41, accessibility, acidity
A5 (5) Hydrothermal and other processesAnalysis and treatment options for different size fractions of dry-discharged RDF incineration bottom ash in view of recyclingG. Costa, R. Garavaglia, F. Sciommarella, F. Lombardibottom ash (BA), Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF), leaching, dry discharge, carbonation, treatment
A6 (1) Hydrothermal processesCoupling HTC of digestate and SCGW: from liquid waste to hydrogenN.L. Taufer, V. Benedetti, Y. Matsumura, M. BaratieriHTC, SCWG, AHL valorization, anaerobic digestion, digestate
A6 (2) Hydrothermal processesDigestate valorization by hydrothermal carbonizationV. Bendetti, M. Pecchi, S. Celletti, D. Basso, F. Patuzzi, T. Mimmo, S. Cesco, M. Baratierihydrothermal carbonization, digestate, hydrochar, aqueous HTC liquids, characterization, optimization
A6 (3) Hydrothermal processesHydrothermal liquefaction of municipal sludge in sub- and super- critical waterC. Prestigiacomo, V.A. Laudicina, A. Siragusa, O. Scialdone, A. Galiamunicipal sludge, hydrothermal liquefaction, energy valorization, heterogeneous catalysts, stirred reactors
A6 (4) Hydrothermal processesTowards a food waste integrated biorefinery: Investigation of apple pomace valorisation through a cascade processingJ. Paini, V. Benedetti, M. Baratieri, F. Patuzzibiorefinery, food waste valorization, subcritical water, hydrothermal carbonization
A6 (5) Hydrothermal processesEthanol production using cladodes of prickly pear cactus as feedstockD. Arapoglou, ?. Karalis, G. Markou, C. Eliopoulos, S. Papanicolaouprickly pear cactus, bioethanol, enzymatic hydrolysis, lignocellulosic biomass
A7 (1) Thermal treatments: combustionEnergy-from-Waste (EfW): a sustainable pillar of Circular Economy and resource managementC. Cord'HommeWaste-to-Energy, Energy-from-Waste, Municipal Solid Waste, circular economy, resource management
A7 (2) Thermal treatments: combustionContinuous PCDD/F sampling utilizing an ADIOX scrubberS. Anderssoncontinuous dioxin sampling, long-term sampling, passive sampler, WI BREF, Waste-to-Energy
A7 (3) Thermal treatments: combustionImprovement of logistics efficiency and combustion behavior for rice straw pellets by torrefaction and mixing with wood chipsK. Ishii, R. Kizuka, S. Ochiai, M. Satorice straw pellets, torrefaction, mixing with wood, logistic efficiency and combustion behavior
A7 (4) Thermal treatments: combustionSafeguarding post-production quality assurance of solid recovered fuels: representative analytical resutls with thermogravimetric analysisS. Gerassimidou, C.A. Velissolid recovered fuel (SRF), thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), sub-sampling, uncertainty, solid waste, design of experiments (DOE), resources recovery, renewable energy
A7 (5) Thermal treatments: combustionSmall scale incineration system for localized sewage sludge treatmentA. Znidarcic, T. Katrasnik, T. Seljaksewage sludge, incineration, disposal, 3D CFD, reaction mechanisms, material recovery
A8 (1) Thermal treatments: gasification and pyrolysisSyngas production from biomass using gasification process: an experimental study for diesel engineH.E. Nasr, K. Ramzy, T.M. Ismail, S.I. Abdel-Mageedsyngas, biomass, gasification, gasifier, diesel engine, performance, emissions
A8 (3) Thermal treatments: gasification and pyrolysisWood gasification. Influence of process parameters on the tar formation and gas cleaningM. Dudynskibiomass gasification, oxygen reforming, gas engine
A8 (4) Thermal treatments: gasification and pyrolysisChemical recycling – 30 years of research and development – Status todayR. Schuchemical recycling, plastics, thermoselect process, pyrolisis, gasification
A8 (5) Thermal treatments: gasification and pyrolysisPyrolysis and gasification of solid waste and its components in a lab scale induction-heating reactorO. Sosa Sabogal, S. Valin, S. Thiery, S. Salvadorpyrolysis, gasification, solid waste, induction heating, solid recovered fuel
A8 (6) Thermal treatments: gasification and pyrolysisContinuous torrefaction of resinous wood chips in multiple hearths furnace: mass and energy balancesF. Thevenon, M. Marchand, M. Grateau, H. Demey, A. Chatroux, A. de Ryck, T. Melkiorbiomass, torrefaction, vibratory mill, energy assessment, powders, pre-treatment, post-combustion
A9 (1) Residues from waste to energyBiomass gasification char: from a waste to an effective filler for polymersV. Benedetti, M. Scatto, P. Riello, M. Baratieribiomass gasification, waste valorization, char, filler, polymer
A9 (2) Residues from waste to energyRecovery of Antimony and other Hazardous Metals from MSWI Fly Ash by Leaching with Tartaric AcidJ. Schuster, B.-M. Steenari, B. Ebinantimony, MSWI fly ash, leaching, tartaric acid, heavy metal, stabilization
A9 (3) Residues from waste to energyAdsorption of heavy metals from MSW incineration fly ash leachate using rice husk ash (RHA) and silica gel derived from rice husk ashR. Chaiuppala, A. Saffarzadeh, T. Shimaokaadsorption, heavy metals, MSW, incineration fly ash, rice husk ash, silica gel
A9 (4) Residues from waste to energyProducing methane-rich gas with syngas over MSW pyrolysis char-carried Ni catalystsJ. Luo, D. Chen, L. Yin, Y. Feng, X. Daicatalytic methanation, H2/CO, MSW pyrolysis char, CH4, parameters optimization
A9 (5) Residues from waste to energyImmobilization of heavy metal ions in incineration fly ash-contaminated leachate using processed fishbone: a simulation studyH.B. Bahar, A. Saffarzadeh, M. Nag, T. Shimaokaimmobilization, heavy metals, MSW, incineration, fly ash, fishbone
A9 (6) Residues from waste to energyInsights into agricultural residues conversion into sustainable biofuels and nutrient-rich biochar using pyrolysis process in TunisiaA. Ben Hassen Trabelsi, M. Heshmi Aissaoui, K. Zaafouri, G. Bensidhom, S. Abidi, F. Jamaaoui, A.M. El Asmiagricultural residues, pyrolysis, biofuels, bio-oil, biofertilizer
A11 (1) Recovery of refuse derived fuels (RDF)Energy recovery of refuse derived fuelC. Cord'HommeWaste-to-Energy, Energy-from-Waste, Pre-treatment, Refuse Derived Fuel, Solid Recovered Fuel
A11 (2) Recovery of refuse derived fuels (RDF)Use of residues from waste-to-energy as a way towards circular implementationM. Smolwastewater, circular economy (CE), fertilizer, sewage sludge (SS), sewage sludge ash (SSA), phosphorus (P)
A11 (3) Recovery of refuse derived fuels (RDF)Striving for climate neutral hydrogen economyS. Petters, K. MauthnerBlue Hydrogen, Soil Organic Carbon, Carbon Circularity, energy back-up on demand, Water Circularity, CO2, oil-substitute, electrolysis
A11 (4) Recovery of refuse derived fuels (RDF)Experimental investigation on the air gasification of olive cake at low-medium temperaturesM. Calero, A. Pérez, Á. Gálvez-Pérez, M.Á. Martín-Lara, G. Blázquezgasification, hydrothermal treatment, olive cake
B1 (1) Biomass to energy in Developing countries IFeasibility study on municipal solid waste to energy generation technologies in Sri LankaA.N.I. Wijepala Abeysinghe Mudiyanselage, F. Passarini, S. Sorliniwaste management, MSW, waste to energy, Sri Lanka, anaerobic digestion, incineration, gasification, pyrolysis, analytical hierarchy process, waste treatment
B1 (2) Biomass to energy in Developing countries ICarbon consumption during biodrying of municipal solid waste in tropical Asian conditionN. Sutthasil, T. Ishigaki, S. Ochiai, M. Yamada, C. Chiemchaisribiodrying, mechanical biological treatment, organic waste, tropical climate
B1 (3) Biomass to energy in Developing countries IThe premium cost to enable sustainable charcoal adoption by the Brazilian steel industryJ. Fernandes Torres de Souza, S. Almeida Paccaeconomic analysis, low carbon production, circular economy, IRR-benchmark
B1 (4) Biomass to energy in Developing countries IDefinition of future uses for dumpsites based on the approaches of Sustainable Development Goals and environmental servicesC. Almeida Souza, C. Camolesi Guimarães, A. Ribeiro Machado, R.D. de Aguiar Moraes Amaral, A. Muselli Barbosadumpsites, Sustainable Development Goals, environmental services, future use, environmental management
B1 (5) Biomass to energy in Developing countries IPerformance of nutrients removal from leachate through phytoremediation by Mangrove and Canna Indica planted reactorsM.R.R. Sady, N. Zia, V. Grossule, M. Hasan, M. Khalekuzzaman, M.C. Lavagnolo, M. Alamgirleachate, Mangrove, phytoremediation, Canna Indica, constructed wetlands
B3 (1) BiofuelsProduction potential of carboxylic acids from different waste fractions for a subsequent generation of biobased productsJ. Kannengiesser, D. Stanojkovski, I. Steinberg, L. Schebekcomposting, digestion, carboxylic acids, bio-based products
B3 (2) BiofuelsOptimisation of the treatment method for biological waste to produce bio-based productsK.A. Vogt, J. Kannengiesser, I. Steinbergbiological waste, carboxylic acids, bio-based products, lignocellulosic biomass, alcoholic fermentation
B3 (3) BiofuelsBioproducts and biofuels from sheep cheese whey: environmental benefits evaluationsF. Asunis, G. De Gioannis, G. Francini, L. Lombardi, M. Magnatta, A. Muntoni, A. Polettini, R. Pomi, A. Rossi, D. Spigadairy biowaste, life cycle assessment (LCA), dark fermentation, PHA biopolymers, bioenergy
B3 (4) BiofuelsBio-oil production from biogenic wastes, the hydrothermal conversion stepA. Roubaud, B. Lacaze, G. Haarlemmerhydrothermal liquefaction, biocrude, biofuel, food wastes, bio-oil, biochar
B3 (5) BiofuelsNumerical study on the effect of injection pressure and ambient-density on spray penetration of biodiesel and diesel fuelM. Gülüm, A. Bilginalternative fuel, biofuels, spray, CFD, fluent, methyl ester, injection pressure, ambient-density, internal combustion engines
B3 (6) BiofuelsComparison of models in predicting viscosities of biodiesel-diesel fuel blendsM. Gülüm, A. Bilgingreen energy, biofuels, methyl ester, estimation, fuel property, internal combustion engines
B4 (1) Anaerobic digestion - Process optimisation IOptimisation of anaerobic digestion by removing, recovering and reusing ammoniaC. Eden, R. Eden, M. Mouldenanaerobic digestion, influent, effluent, ammonia, biogas optimisation, ammonia recovery and reuse
B4 (2) Anaerobic digestion - Process optimisation IChronic effect of chlortetracycline antibiotics on methane generation of lab-scale anaerobic continuously-stirred tank reactors treating swine manureC. Lee, M. Ju, J.Y. Kimanaerobic digestion, chlortetracycline, chronic effect, livestock manure, veterinary antibiotics
B4 (3) Anaerobic digestion - Process optimisation IThe development of an optmised small scale anaerobic digester design for rural South African areasJ.O. Ogwang, M. Kalina, A. Jegede, N. Mahdjoub, C. Troisanaerobic digestion, Africa, Chinese Fixed Dome Digester (CFDD), small-scale digester
B4 (4) Anaerobic digestion - Process optimisation IComparison of semi-dry and wet anaerobic digestion of food waste in a pilot scale approachE. Rossi, I. Pecorini, R. Iannellianaerobic digestion, plug-flow, CSTR, VFA, PHA
B4 (5) Anaerobic digestion - Process optimisation IA comparison of performance indices of biogas plant feedstockG. Ferrari, F. Marinello, A. Pezzuoloanaerobic digestion, diversity index, logistic, feedstock management
B5 (1) Anaerobic digestion - Process optimisation IISeasonal performance of a simple urban biodigesterS.P. Lohaniorganic solid waste, biodigester, seasonal, biogas, HRT
B5 (3) Anaerobic digestion - Process optimisation IIStartup of anaerobic digester fed with cattle manureB. Dhungana, D. Paudel, S.P. Lohanianaerobic, cow, digester, inoculum, manure, sewage, sludge, start-up, temperature, Nepal
B5 (4) Anaerobic digestion - Process optimisation IIAlternatives to increase economic profit in anaerobic digestionJ.-R. Bastidas-Oyanedel, J.E. Schmidtanaerobic digestion, dark fermentation, lactic acid fermentation, technoeconomic analysis
B5 (5) Anaerobic digestion - Process optimisation IIAnaerobic digestion of spent mushroom cultivation substrate (compost and peat)A. Chiumenti, S. Tedesco, F. da Borsoanaerobic digestion, biogas, methane, compost, mushroom, cultivation, substrate, peat, digestate
B6 (1) Anaerobic digestion - Biogas potentialBiomethane production from OFMSW an innovative technology for the waste pre-treatment and “dry” anaerobic digestionF. Gavagninbiomethane, ofmsw, solid waste, company
B6 (2) Anaerobic digestion - Biogas potentialInfluence of co-substrates from industrial and agricultural origin on the continuous fermentation of biowasteJ. Sprafke, N. Lajewski, M. Nellesbiowaste, co-fermentation, continuous fermentation
B6 (3) Anaerobic digestion - Biogas potentialBiochemical methane potential of intermediate and final outputs from biostabilisation MBTM. Carchesio, M. Di Addario, F. Tatàno, S. de Rosa, A. Gambiolibiochemical methane potential, biostabilisation, digestate, mechanical biological treatment, output, residual municipal waste
B7 (1) Anaerobic digestion - Biogas exploitationProcessing landfill gas into gas motor fuel using methane gas hydratesA. Lukanin, E. Klevanova, A. Kurbatova, M. de Martino, P. Kozhevnikovabiogas, landfill, utilization, methane gas hydrate, gas motor fuel
B7 (2) Anaerobic digestion - Biogas exploitationAnalysis of renewable gas potential from residual biomass and power-to-gas in Austria by 2040J. Lindorfer, D. Cenk Rosenfeld, K. Fazeni-Fraislrenewable gas, biomethane, power-to-gas, energy costs, potentials
B7 (3) Anaerobic digestion - Biogas exploitationShort-term changes in the anaerobic digestion microbiome and pathways with changes in organic loadJ.V. Mercado, M. Koyama, K. Nakasakianaerobic digestion, organic loading rate, bioinformatics, PICRUSt2
B7 (4) Anaerobic digestion - Biogas exploitationAnalysis of different solutions for by-products management and valorizationD. Panepinto, V. Riggio, M. Ravina, G. Campo, A. Cerutti, M.C. Zanettianaerobic digestion, direct combustion, coffee, circular economy, climate change, biomethane
B8 (1) IWWG Task Group on Waste BiorefineryLCA applied to cheese whey fermentationL. Lombardidairy biowaste, life cycle assessment (LCA), dark fermentation, PHA biopolymers, bioenergy
B9 (1) Anaerobic digestion perspectivesRemoving ammonia to optimise anaerobic digestionC. Eden, R. Eden, M. Mouldenanaerobic digestion, influent, ammonia, biogas optimisation
B9 (2) Anaerobic digestion perspectivesClosing the circle: the anaerobic digestion of palm oil mill effluentC. Eden, R. Edenpalm oil mill effluent, methane recovery, anaerobic digestion, circular economy, sustainability
B9 (3) Anaerobic digestion perspectivesTreatment of vinasse and lees by advanced oxidation processes coupled with anaerobic digestionC.B. Arenas, J. González, M. Chiappero, S. Fiore, X. Gómez, E.J. Martínezanaerobic digestion, biogas, electro-oxidation, lees, vinasse
B9 (4) Anaerobic digestion perspectives3-Routes Platform for recovery of high value products, energy and bio-fertilizer from urban biowaste: the REVENUE projectA. Gallipoli, A. Gianico, S. Crognale, S. Rossetti, M. Masi, V. Piemonte, P. Pagliaccia, C.M. BragugliaFood waste, Biorefinery, Methane, VFAs, Hygienization, Recovery
B10 (1) New experiences and developments IHydrogen Harvest Cycle – Waste recycling by removing organic and inorganic pollutants from the waste by wet mechanical separationR. Schu, K. Schurecycling, wet mechanical separation, household waste
B10 (3) New experiences and developments IBio-electrochemical production of hydrogen and electricity from organic wasteA. Dell’era, M. Pasquali, A. Polettini, R. Pomi, A. Rossi, T. Zonfaorganic waste, dark fermentation, hydrogen, bio-electrochemical process, electricity production
B10 (5) New experiences and developments IWastewater remediation from olive oil mill using microalgae: a techno-economic analysisM. Moglie, B. Marchetti, F. Corvarowastewater, techno-economic analysis, microalgal biomass, circular economy
B11 (1) New experiences and developments IIImproving WtE or biomass plant performances and operation by using a Process Digital TwinA. Regnier, L. Ricciprocess digital twin, dynamic process model, distributed control system
B11 (2) New experiences and developments IIFrom Marine Litter to Marine Fuel: lessons learned from marGnet projectG.C. Faussonemarine litter, marine fuel, pyrolysis, circular economy, sustainability
B11 (3) New experiences and developments IIAssessment of biopolymers production from citrus wastewater under different operating conditionsS.F. Corsino, D. Di Trapani, M. Capodici, P. Greco Lucchina, M. Torregrossa, G. Vivianiactivated sludge, biopolymers, citrus wastewater, SBR
B11 (4) New experiences and developments IIThe low-enthalpy geothermal resource in the Tramutola area (Southern Apennines): geological setting and possible uses for desiccation of biomass feedstocksG. Prosser, F. Olita, G. Palladino, M. Bentivenga, F. Agosta, A.S. Masi, D’Angolabiomass, desiccation, geothermal water,
B11 (5) New experiences and developments IICatalytic activity of acidified HZSM-5 zeolites for its application in chemical recycling of polypropoylene wastesN. Montes, O. Gutiérrezpolyolefin pyrolysis, thermal degradation, thermogravimetric kinetic analysis, feedstock recycling
B12 (1) New experiences and developments IIIEnhancement of livestock waste using innovative technology based on the use of the bioconverting insect Hermetia illucensP. Falabella, R. Salvia, C. Scieuzo, A. Franco, I.M. Mancini, D. Caniani, S. Masiproduction of biomass, waste water, fertigation, bioenergy, livestock manure, bioconverison, Hermetia illucens
B12 (2) New experiences and developments IIIProduction of medium-chain carboxylic acids from secondary composting intermediatesK. Kuhn, I. Steinberg, D. Stanojkovski, J. Kannengiesserbioeconomy, bio-based products, carboxylic acids, chain elongation, medium chain fatty acids, composting
B12 (3) New experiences and developments IIIElectricity generation in biocathode microbial fuel cells using sewage sludge as substrateD. Gamboa-Santana, P. Mijaylova Nacheva, E.B. Estrada-Arriaga, J.A. Bañuelos-Diazbiocathode, microbial fuel cell, sewage sludge, graphite fiber brush
B12 (4) New experiences and developments IIIOn-site aerobic biodegradation of food waste: analysis and applications of aerobic digestersR. Burch, S. Sipes, D. Cha, M. Chajesaerobic digestion, food waste management, resource recovery, bioresources, biogas, fertilizers, mass balance analysis
B12 (5) New experiences and developments IIIThe effect of solids loading, working volume and operational mode in the production of cellulosic sugars from Eucalyptus globulus bark kraft pulpM.S.T. Amândio, A.M.R.B. Xavier, J.M.S. Rochacellulosic sugars, enzymatic hydrolysis, eucalyptus bark, kraft pulp
D1 (3) IWWG Regional Branches - A global vision on Waste & Biomass management - The energy optionIWWG Regional Branch for the Middle East and Northern Africa Region (IWWG-MENARB)A. Ben Hassen Trabelsiwaste management strategy, developing country, Tunisia, recycling, landfilling
D4 (1) Biomass to energy in Developing countries IIComparison of the leachate phytotreatment performance by using Heritiera Fomes and Canna IndicaN. Nijhum, N. Zia, V. Grossule, P. Datta, M. Khalekuzzaman, M.C, Lavagnolo, M. Alamgirleachate, Mangrove, Heritiera Fomes, Canna Indica, constructed wetlands
D4 (2) Biomass to energy in Developing countries IIDilemmas of municipal solid waste management in Djerba IslandA. Ben Hassen TrabelsiDjerba Island, Tunisia, waste management, sustainability
D4 (3) Biomass to energy in Developing countries IIPhysicochemical characterization of natural clinoptilolite for potential use as a catalystL. Santa, Y. Areiza, N. Montes, O. Gutiérrezclinoptilolite, catalytic pyrolysis of biomass waste
D6 (2) Poster discussion IPM10, PM2.5 and CO concentration in smokes from inefficient cooking systems in rural communities of Ghana and health implicationsG. Vinti, M. Vaccarihealth impact, air pollution, developing countries, three-stone fires
D6 (3) Poster discussion IInfluence of the harvest date on the specific biogas production from Typha latifolia and Phalaris arundinaceaC. Hartung, V. Dandikas, H. Heuwinkel, T. Eickenscheidt, C. Zollfrank, M. Dröslerbiogas, paludiculture, harvest time, chemical composition
D6 (4) Poster discussion IIs encouraging behaviour intentions an effective way to promote household recycling?C. Camolesi Guimarãesrecycling, behaviour intention, Theory of Planned Behaviour, intention-behaviour gap
D6 (5) Poster discussion ICatalytic pyrolysis of soybean hulls: a focus on obtaining oil and charJ.L. Toro-Trochez, E.S. Carrilo-Pedraza, D. Bustos-Martínez, L. Sandoval Rangelflash pyrolysis, soybean hulls, calorific value, deoxygenation, acidity
D7 (1) Poster discussion IIStudy of combustion characteristics of energy crop Miscanthus giganteus using a small biomass burnerS. Ochiai, M. Ueda, M. Sato, K. Ishii, T. FuruichiMiscanthus giganteus, heat recovery, energy crop, combustion, clinker
D7 (2) Poster discussion IISmall scale-simulation of mineral reactions during the formation of slags in the combustion chamber of biomass heat and power plantsJ. Reichelt, G. Pfrang-Stotz, B. Bergfeldt, M. Rickerslags from biomass power plants, mineral forming reaction, sintering tests
D7 (3) Poster discussion IISystematic investigation of solid residues from three German biomass power plantsB. Bergfeldt, J. Reichelt, G. Pfrang-Stotzresidues from biomass power plants, waste wood, different technologies, environmental impact
D7 (4) Poster discussion III-CHO: carbon cage process for CO2 conversion from biogasG. Tassinato, S. Della Sala, M. Turatello, C. Cavinato, A. Vaniamicroalgae, anaerobic digestion, organic waste, cavitation, carbon dioxide
D7 (5) Poster discussion IIBioenergy or not bioenergy? The“Nexus thinking” in decision making process in Mediterranean environmentM. Viccaro, S. Romano, M. Cozzi, S. Masi, D. Canianienergy crops, water-energy-food nexus, spatial decision support system, multicriteria analysis
D7 (6) Poster discussion IIPHOENIX – P2G: Platform for advanced biomethanation researchG. Tassinato, P. Miana, A. Stoppato, M. Ballarin, M. Turatello, L. Spiccibiomethanation, ultrasounds, anaerobic
D9 (1) EU Projects - Resources from Waste: Energy and Materials IIREINWASTE – REmanufacture the food supply chain by testing INNovative solutions for zero inorganic WASTEM. Notarfonso, G. Sabbatiniwaste prevention, inorganic waste, packaging waste, tech-transfer, agri-food chains, innovation
D9 (2) EU Projects - Resources from Waste: Energy and Materials IIImprovement of Waste Management in Georgia through the application of an effective EPR system for selected productsT. Lolos, G. Tavoularis, C. Tsompanidis, G. Konstantinopoulos, L. Streffwaste management, EPR, policy, Georgia, hazardous waste, EU project
D9 (3) EU Projects - Resources from Waste: Energy and Materials IIDevelopment of membrane devices to reduce ammonia emissions generated by manure in poultry and pig farmsM. Soto-Herranz, M. Sánchez-Báscones, E. Gómezammonia emissions, membrane device, livestock waste, air cleaning
D9 (4) EU Projects - Resources from Waste: Energy and Materials IIBiogas for Future Electric and Gas Grids (BIOFEGG)A. Rimpiläinenbiogas, bioenergy, grids, sustainable development, EU project
D10 (1) Poster discussion IIIBiomethane production by typical Chinese straw anaerobic digestion: deep insights of material compositions and surface propertiesY. Hua, C. Cai, X. Dai, S. Chentypical straw, anaerobic digestion (AD), material composition, surface property
D10 (2) Poster discussion IIIWaste-free disposal of sewage in small settlements of the Russian FederationA. Taskin, O. Nesterova, S. Ivannikovwaste-free processing of sewage, small settlements, biogas, vermicomposters, fertilizers
D10 (3) Poster discussion IIIFinding new sewage sludge treatment solutions for the arctic city of KirunaT. Bauer, A. Lagerkvistsewage sludge, hydrothermal carbonisation, lifecycle assessment, EASETECH
D10 (4) Poster discussion IIIDetermination of carbon footprint for cork industry wasteT. Miranda, F.J. Sepúlveda, P. Romero, J. I. Arranz, I. Monterobiomass, circular economy, CO2 emission, greenhouse gases (GHG), life cycle assessment (LCA), pellet
D10 (5) Poster discussion IIIQualitative characterization of sewage sludge for a better management: towards a sludge-to-fuel approachS. Masi, P. Mazziotta, S. Lofiego, D. Tanico, I.M. Mancini, M. Caivano, D. Canianisewage sludge, thermochemical processes, sludge-to-fuel, pyrolysis