Linnaeus ECO-TECH 2012

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The conference aims to promote knowledge and research within the areas of environmental science and environmental engineering. These aims are accomplished by plenary sessions, keynote speakers, workshops and scientific papers. But also through the social environment created by the conference, where participants from different countries and different areas can learn from each other.


Topics:

  • Water
    Wastewater • Water treatment • Treatment processes and emissions to air • Leachate treatment and remediation • Water reuse • Local treatment and wetlands • Mariculture • Industrial wastewater and storm water - special focus on the wood/forest industry and synergies with the olive oil industry
  • Solid waste
    Management and handling • Recycling and material value • Hazardous waste • Waste to energy • Storage of organic materials, waste fuels and risk of fire • Modern landfilling • Waste management in developing countries • Urban/landfill/harbor mining
  • Environment and society
    Triple Helix cooperation between industry, university and municipality • Environmental economics, awareness and education • Effects of anthropogenic activities on the environment

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