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Recycling Expo 2020

About Conference


Conference Series llc LTD invites all participants to “12th World Congress and Expo on Recycling” which is going to be held during April 22-23, 2020 at Berlin, Germany mainly focuses on two key topics viz. Recycling and Waste Management with basic theme “Recycling: Creating a Sustainable World”. 

Recycling Expo-2020 provides an exceptional platform to the academic and non-academicians across the globe and creates awareness how to maintain Eco-friendly environment

12th World Congress and Expo on Recycling mainly focuses on two key topics viz. Recycling and Waste ManagementRecycling Expo-2020  primarily deliberates for Recycling researchers, EcologistsEnvironmental academias, Experts from Chemical and Civil EngineeringMechanical engineering departments; Paper, plastic, glass, textile etc. recycling Industries. Business entrepreneurs, elite professors and students provide the ideal environment to disseminate and gain current knowledge in the area of Recycling and Waste Management.

Conference Series llc LTD is a World’s leading Event Organizer that organizes 1000+ Global Events inclusive of 300+ Conferences, 500+ Upcoming and Previous Symposiums and Workshops in USA, Europe & Asia with support from 1000 more scientific societies and publishes 700+ Open access journals which contains over 30000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members

Target Audience:

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

Major Sessions:

  1. Waste Management Techniques
  2. E-Waste Recycling and Management
  3. Solid Waste Management
  4. Waste Water Recycling
  5. Paper Recycling
  6. Industrial Waste Recycling
  7. Chemical Waste Recovery
  8. Food Waste Recycling
  9. Agriculture Waste Recycling
  10. Rubber Recycling
  11. Metal and Plastic Recycling
  12. Circulatory Economy
  13. Recycling Market 
  14. Thermal Waste Recovery
  15. Recycling Basics
  16. Construction Waste Management
  17. Effect of 3Rs on climate change
  18. Renewable energy

 

Track/Sessions

Track 1: Recycling Basics

Recycling is the practice of recovering used materials from the waste stream and then incorporating those same materials into the manufacturing process. Successful recycling also depends on manufacturers making products from recovered materials and, in turn, consumers purchasing products made of recyclable materials. Does your part "close the loop" and buy products made of recycled materials whenever possible. Recycling is the process of collecting and processing materials that would otherwise be thrown away as trash and turning them into new products. Recycling basics mainly deals with what can I recycle, Where can I recycle, How can I recycle? Reduce, Recycling and Reuse of material resources, including circular economy.

Related Conferences:  Environmental Technology conferences | Waste Management Conferences | Recycling Conferences | Bio Solids conferences | World Recycling Meetings | Socio-Economic Conferences

Europe: European Aluminium AssociationEuropean Wastewater Treatment associationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of Independent Secondary Raw Materials ProcessorsEuropean Electronics Recyclers AssociationWaste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian association of recycling ; Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling.

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling AssociationWest Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationEcyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Lucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef ;Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East Recycling.

Track 2: Waste management Techniques

Waste management techniques are useful to minimize or reduce the waste in environment and these will helpful to keep the environment clean. Commonly used waste management techniques are Ocean Dumping, Sanitary Landfill, Incineration, Recycling, and Composting etc. waste management techniques involves Mechanical and biological waste treatment, Mechanical sorting of wastes, Resource recovery from waste, Methods of Waste Disposal, Recovery and Recycling. All these techniques are useful to minimize the waste in the environment however these are also have some advantages and disadvantages. Recycling is the best waste management technique among all these and the advantage of recycling is key to providing a liviable environment for the future.

Related Conferences:  Socio-Economic Conferences | Conservation and Recycling Conferences | Urban Economic Conferences | Industrial Ecology Conferences  | Environmental Technology Conferences

Europe: Waste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian association of recycling ; Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium AssociationEuropean wastewater treatment associationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of independent secondary raw materials processorsEuropean Electronics Recyclers Association.

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling AssociationWest Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationEcyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Lucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef ;Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East Recycling.

Track 3: E-Waste Recycling and Management

Electronic waste, or e-waste is a term used to describe any electronic device that is outdated, obsolete, broken, donated, discarded, or at the end of its useful life. This includes cell phones, computers, laptops, PDAs, monitors, televisions, printers, scanners, and any other electrical device. One of the major challenges is recycling the printed circuit boards from the electronic wastes. The circuit boards contain such precious metals as gold, silver, platinum, etc. and such base metals as copper, iron, aluminum, etc.

Related Conferences:  Industrial Ecology Conferences | Socio-Economic Conferences | Recycling Conferences 2019, USA | Environmental Technology Conferences | Recycling conferences | Conservation and Recycling Conferences

Europe: European Electronics Recyclers AssociationWaste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); European Aluminium AssociationEuropean wastewater treatment associationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of independent secondary raw materials processorsBritish Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian association of recycling ; Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling.

USA: West Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association;Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling Association.

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Recycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef;Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationMetal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationEcyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Lucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu Dhabi.

Track 4: Solid Waste Management

Solid Waste Management, the collecting, treating, and disposing of solid material that is discarded because it has served its purpose or is no longer useful. Improper disposal of municipal solid waste can create unsanitary conditions, and these conditions in turn can lead to pollution of the environment and to outbreaks of vector-borne disease that is, diseases spread by rodents and insects. The tasks of solid-waste management present complex technical challenges. They also pose a wide variety of administrative, economic, and social problems that must be managed and solved. Solid waste management is one among the basic essential services provided by municipal authorities in the country to keep urban centers clean.

Related Conferences: Industrial Ecology Conferences | Urban Economic conferences | Recycling ConferencesConservation and Recycling conferences  | Recycling Conferences 2019, USA

Europe: European Aluminium AssociationEuropean Wastewater Treatment AssociationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of independent secondary raw materials processorsEuropean Electronics Recyclers AssociationWaste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian association of recycling ; Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling.

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling AssociationWest Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association

Track 5: Waste Water Recycling

Water recycling is reusing treated waste water for beneficial purposes such as agricultural and landscape irrigation, industrial processes, toilet flushing, and replenishing a ground water basin (referred to as ground water recharge). Water recycling offers resource and financial savings. Wastewater treatment can be tailored to meet the water quality requirements of a planned reuse. Recycled water for landscape irrigation requires less treatment than recycled water for drinking water. Recycled water can satisfy most water demands, as long as it is adequately treated to ensure water quality appropriate for the use.

Related Conferences: Industrial Ecology Conferences | Urban Economic conferences | Recycling ConferencesConservation and Recycling conferences  | Recycling Conferences 2019, USA

Europe: European Aluminium AssociationEuropean Wastewater Treatment AssociationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of independent secondary raw materials processorsEuropean Electronics Recyclers AssociationWaste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian association of recycling ; Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling.

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling AssociationWest Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association

 

Track 6: Paper Recycling

Paper is one the material that can be easily recycled. Recycled paper is paper that was made from paper and paper products that has already been used and recovered. People need to take their time and save the paper products so that they can be recycled. Paper recycling begins with us. We all need to show our interest in recycling to make it successful. The Paper recycling activity can start at school, college, home, office, local community and even at drop off centers. We all need to understand what products can be recycled before staring the recycling process and how to properly prepare them for the recycling.

Related Conferences:  World Recycling Meetings | Bio solids conferences | Environmental technology conferencesRecycling conferences  | Waste Management Conferences

Europe: European Electronics Recyclers AssociationWaste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); European Aluminium AssociationEuropean wastewater treatment associationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of independent secondary raw materials processorsBritish Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian association of recycling ; Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling.

USA: West Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association;Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling Association.

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Recycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef;Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationMetal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationEcyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Lucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu Dhabi.

Track 7: Industrial Waste Recycling

Industrial waste is the waste produced by industrial activity which includes any material that is rendered useless during a manufacturing process such as that of factories, mills, and mining operations. It has existed since the start of the Industrial Revolution. Some examples of industrial waste are chemical solvents, paints, sandpaper, paper products, industrial by-products, metals, and radioactive wastes. Toxic waste, chemical waste, industrial solid waste and municipal solid waste are designations of industrial waste. Sewage treatment plants can treat some industrial wastes, i.e. those consisting of conventional pollutants such as biochemical oxygen demand (BOD). Industrial wastes containing toxic pollutants require specialized treatment systems

Related Conferences:   Environmental Technology Conferences  | Industrial Ecology Conferences  | Recycling Conferences | Socio-Economic Conferences

Europe: European Aluminium AssociationEuropean Wastewater Treatment associationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of independent secondary raw materials processorsEuropean Electronics Recyclers AssociationWaste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian association of recycling ; Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling.

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling AssociationWest Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationEcyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Lucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef ;Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East Recycling.

Track 8: Chemical Waste Recovery

Chemical waste is defined by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and by the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control. Definitions, management practices and compliance are outlined in 40 Code of Federal Regulations and the Delaware Rules Governing Hazardous Waste. All policies and practices developed by the University of Delaware are designed to meet or exceed these regulations and assure compliance.

Related Conferences:  Conservation and Recycling Conferences | Industrial Ecology Conferences | Bio Solids Conferences | Recycling conferences

Europe: European Electronics Recyclers AssociationWaste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); European Aluminium AssociationEuropean wastewater treatment associationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of independent secondary raw materials processorsBritish Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian association of recycling ; Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling.

USA: West Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association;Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling Association.

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Recycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef;Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationMetal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling Association.

Track 9: Food Waste Recycling

Food waste or food loss is food that is discarded or lost uneaten. The causes of food waste or loss are numerous, and occur at the stages of production, processing, retailing and consumption. Composting is a way of nature to recycle all the biodegradable materials.  It takes place every day of our lives but to shorten the process, we must contribute our efforts to make sure it produces ideal results.  The whole society can benefit from that. Composting food wastes is more extensive than composting other organic matters. We must mix the appropriate ingredient to produce healthy soil good for planting. The important advantage of food waste compost is we can plant food using it, unlike other materials that have numbers of pathogens living in it that can cause harm to food crops and to humans eating those. We can recycle the food waste by urban composting. This method is a two stage process. The first stage rapidly breaks down your food waste without any foul odors using a simple fermentation process. In the second stage your compost is allowed to age and mature, further decomposing into rich hummus for your garden. Meat and dairy can be recycled by using this method. Diversion of food waste from disposal is becoming a priority for local authorities in the UK.  As at May 2011 47% of local authorities in the UK are providing a food waste collection service to householders and an increasing number are looking to collect food waste from small businesses and schools.

Related Conferences: Environmental Technology Conferences | Waste Management Conferences | Recycling Conferences | Bio Solids Conferences World Recycling Meetings | Socio-Economic Conferences

Europe: Waste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian association of recycling ; Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium AssociationEuropean wastewater treatment associationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of independent secondary raw materials processorsEuropean Electronics Recyclers Association.

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling AssociationWest Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationEcyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Lucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef ;Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)

Track 10: Agriculture Waste Recycling

Agricultural waste is defined as ‘waste from premises used for agriculture within the meaning of the Agriculture Act 1947, the Agriculture (Scotland) Act 1948 or the Agriculture Act (Northern Ireland) 1949'. Agricultural practice covers all activities that can occur on a farm or croft and includes activities such as slurry spreading, chemical and waste storage, silage making and waste pesticide disposal. The waste stream may include a range of items and materials that are not specific to agriculture such as packaging waste, tyres, batteries, scrap machinery and oil. In addition there will be waste that is more specific to the sector such as pesticide containers, silage wrap etc.

Related Conferences:  Industrial Ecology Conferences | Socio-Economic Conferences | Recycling Conferences 2019, USA Environmental Technology Conferences | Recycling Conferences | Conservation and Recycling Conferences

Europe: Bulgarian Association of Recycling ; Europe: The Recycling Association; European Paper RecyclingEuropean Aluminium AssociationEuropean Wastewater Treatment AssociationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of Independent Secondary Raw Materials ProcessorsEuropean Electronics Recyclers AssociationWaste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling Association;

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling AssociationWest Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationEcyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Lucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef ;Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East Recycling.

Track 11: Rubber Recycling

Rubber recycling is the process of recycling of rubber products such as vehicle tires, industrial rubber scraps that are no longer suitable for use on vehicles due to wear or irreparable damages such as punctures and permanent damage. These tires are among the largest and most problematic sources of waste, due to the large volume produced, their durability, and the fact they contain a number of components that are ecologically problematic. It is estimated that 259 million tires are discarded annually in the 1980s and 1990s. The same characteristics that make waste tires problematic, their cheap availability, bulk, and resilience, also make them attractive targets for recycling. Nonetheless more than half of used tires are simply burned for their fuel value even in advanced countries like Germany, 55% are estimated to be burnt for fuel. Approximately, one tire is discarded per person per year. Tires are also often recycled for use on basketball courts and new shoe products. However, material recovered from waste tires, known as "crumb," is generally only a cheap "filler" material and used high volumes. Landfill dumping technique and incineration techniques are not suitable for the rubber recycling due to its high smoke producing nature an also due to the high consuming space on the earth.

Related Conferences: Environmental Technology Conferences | Waste Management Conferences | Recycling Conferences | Bio Solids Conferences | World Recycling Meetings | Socio-Economic Conferences

Europe: Waste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian association of recycling ; Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminum AssociationEuropean wastewater treatment associationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of independent secondary raw materials processorsEuropean Electronics Recyclers Association.

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling AssociationWest Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationEcyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Lucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef ;Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)

Track 12: Metal and Plastic Recycling

Plastic and metal recycling is the process of recovering scrap or waste plastic or other metal and remodifieng the material into useful products, sometimes completely different in form from their original state. This includes the melting down of the soft drink bottles and then producing them as plastic chairs and tables. However, this type of recycling is rather risky since plastic beverage bottles such as soda, juice, milk are never truly reproduced into new beverage bottles, as this requires virgin plastic. The recycling process of plastic may benefit for the healthy environment and this will helpful for the minimization of the environment pollution. Plastics are also recycled during the manufacturing process of plastic goods such as polythene film and bags. Most of the research going on the recycling of the plastic especially in Europe countries. Countries which are doing research on recycling are Switzerland, United States, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Italy, Senegal etc. The main aim the recycling of the plastic is to minimize the environment pollution remolding the waste plastic products into the newly useful products

Related Conferences:    Environmental Technology Conferences | Waste Management Conferences | Recycling Conferences | Bio Solids Conferences | World Recycling Meetings | Socio-Economic Conferences

Europe: European Electronics Recyclers AssociationWaste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); European Aluminium AssociationEuropean Wastewater Treatment AssociationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of Independent Secondary Raw materials ProcessorsBritish Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian Association of Recycling ; Europe: The Recycling Association; European Paper Recycling.

USA: West Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association;Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling Association.

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Recycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef;Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationMetal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationEcyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co.

Track 13: Circulatory Economy

While Population and welfare are growing, providing the world with metals is becoming a major challenge. Only by closing the loop will metals be available in sufficient quantities, not just now but also in the future: urban mining, the substantial re-use and recycling of metals. Within circulation economics, reuse and material recycling should clearly take priority over disposal. The real value of recycling emerges from the framework of an integrated system of waste management, but as can be seen it is better not to create waste in the first place. Therefore we must say that recycling only represents a reasonable partial solution.

Related Conferences:   Socio-Economic ConferencesConservation and Recycling ConferencesUrban Economic conferencesIndustrial Ecology Conferences | Environmental Technology Conferences

Europe: Waste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian association of recycling ; Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium AssociationEuropean wastewater treatment associationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of independent secondary raw materials processorsEuropean Electronics Recyclers Association.

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling AssociationWest Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association
Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationEcyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Lucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef ;Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East Recycling.

Track 14: Recycling Market

Government of each and every country is allotting grants to recycling the waste and implementing projects to reuse the material. For an example England Government is funding grants for seven recycling projects and it was published on Aug 2015. The main theme is to recover at least 75%waste from the landfill by 2021. The grants allotted for each project as follows $5 million to Dial-A-Dump to build a new commercial and industrial waste facility, $5 million to Resource Co Asia (Australia) to establish a new facility to recover dry mixed commercial and industrial waste, $2.645 million to Bio-Coal to develop a new facility to recover organic material from kerbside residual waste,  $1.937 million to the City of Newcastle to establish a new mixed waste facility, $1.3 million to Relivit to construct and operate a facility to process absorbent hygiene waste,  $1.05 million to PGM Refiners to build an e-waste recycling facility,  $1 million to Doyle Bros to establish a material recovery facility to process dry commercial and industrial waste

Related Conferences:  Waste Management Conferences | World Recycling Meetings | Bio Solids Conferences | Socio-Economic Conferences  | Environmental Technology Conferences

Europe: Bulgarian Association of Recycling ; Europe: The Recycling Association; European Paper RecyclingEuropean Aluminium AssociationEuropean Wastewater Treatment AssociationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of Independent Secondary raw Materials ProcessorsEuropean Electronics Recyclers AssociationWaste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling Association;

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling AssociationWest Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association.

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationEcyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Lucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef ;Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East Recycling.

Track 15: Construction Waste Management

Construction waste generated can be eliminated through durable modular metal form systems for use in concrete construction may be selected on the basis of being readily demountable and reusable on other projects. Removal of waste can be helpful to decrease impacts on human health and the environment. Construction waste is anything generated as a result of construction and then abandoned, regardless of whether it has been processed or stockpiled. It comprises surplus materials from site clearance, excavation, construction, refurbishment, renovation, demolition and road works. In an era of increasing energy prices, construction and demolition waste will be more widely recognized as a recoverable resource. Natural materials, for example, wood and plant squanders will progressively be perceived as imperative segments of biofuel feedstock in the age of alleged green power. Modern reusing gear producers are putting resources into advancement of enhanced apparatus which can possibly change the effective arranging and preoccupation of waste. Modern shredders decrease physical volume and deliver particles of steady measurement, permitting productive mechanical partition. Mechanical air detachment innovation permits proficient isolation of materials with contrasting mass attributes, therefore isolating little bits of wood and plastic from metal and total.

Related Conferences:    Waste Management Conferences | World Recycling Meetings | Bio Solids Conferences | Socio-Economic Conferences | Environmental Technology Conferences

Europe: European Electronics Recyclers AssociationWaste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); European Aluminium AssociationEuropean Wastewater Treatment AssociationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of Independent Secondary Raw Materials ProcessorsBritish Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian association of Recycling ; Europe: The Recycling Association; European Paper Recycling.

USA: West Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association;Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling Association.

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Recycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef;Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationMetal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationEcyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Lucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu Dhabi.

Track 16: Renewable energy

Renewable energy is energy that is collected from renewable resources, which are naturally replenished on a human timescale, such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal heat. Renewable energy often provides energy in four important areas: electricity generation, air and water heating/cooling, transportation, and rural (off-grid) energy services. The use of renewable can be seen in day to day life basically in four areas electricity generation, air and water heating and cooling transportation and rural(off-grid) energy services.  The existence of this energy has been finding across wide geographical area as compared to other energy sources. Large application of renewable energy has resulted in significant improvement in energy security, climate change mitigation and economic benefits. The use of renewable energy has directed the people to move forward from conventional fuels due to the environmental reasons.

Related Conferences:  Industrial Ecology Conferences | Urban Economic conferences | Recycling ConferencesConservation and Recycling conferences  | Recycling conferences 2019, USA

Europe: Waste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian association of recycling ; Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling; European Aluminium AssociationEuropean Wastewater Treatment AssociationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of independent secondary raw materials processorsEuropean Electronics Recyclers Association.

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling AssociationWest Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationEcyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Lucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef ;Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East Recycling.

Track 17: Effect of 3RS on climate change

Effect of 3RS in Climate Change Reduce, recycle and reuse to decrease climate change. Climate change is any major change in measures of climate, which include temperature, precipitation, rainfall, snow and wind. These changes last for decades or longer. Many factors are causing climate change, including human activities through burning fossil fuels, cutting down trees, planting trees and building developments. Most scientists now agree that climate change is happening.

Related Conferences:  World Recycling Meetings | Bio Solids conferences | Environmental Technology ConferencesRecycling Conferences  | Waste Management Conferences

Europe: Bulgarian Association of Recycling ; Europe: The Recycling Association; European Paper RecyclingEuropean Aluminium AssociationEuropean Wastewater Treatment AssociationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of Independent Secondary raw Materials ProcessorsEuropean Electronics Recyclers AssociationWaste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling Association;

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling AssociationWest Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationEcyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Lucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef ;Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East Recycling.

Track 18: Thermal Waste Recovery

Thermal waste recovery is the process of treatment technology that involves high temperature in processing of waste feed stock; generally, it involves the combustion of waste materials. The main objectives in the development of this technology were to ensure good environmental compatibility and to achieve complete recycling of the residual materials wherever possible. Thermal waste recycling technology converts waste into products which can be recycling directly without further processing. The process does not produce any waste water. Therefore the process provides usable energy, for example electric current etc.

Related Conferences:  Environmental Technology conferences | Waste Management Conferences | Recycling Conferences | Bio Solids conferences | World Recycling Meetings | Socio-Economic Conferences

Europe: European Aluminium AssociationEuropean Wastewater Treatment associationEuropean Asphalt Pavement AssociationSwedish Recycling Industries Association; Association of Independent Secondary Raw Materials ProcessorsEuropean Electronics Recyclers AssociationWaste Management and Recycling Cluster Textile Recycling Association; European Association of Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organization (EPRO); European Plastics Recyclers (EuPR)European Recovered Paper Association (ERPA); British Metals Recycling AssociationBulgarian association of recycling ; Europe: The recycling Association; European Paper Recycling.

USA: Northeast Resource Recovery AssociationNational Recycling CoalitionSolid Waste Association of North America (SWANNA)Southeast Recycling Development CouncilRecycling Coalition of UtahAgency of Natural ResourcesVirginia Recycling AssociationWashington State Recycling AssociationWest Virginia Recyclers AssociationRecycling Coalition of West VirginiaAssociated Recyclers of WisconsinWyoming Solid Waste and Recycling Association

Middle-East & Asia Pacific: Metal Recycling Association of IndiaWaste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)The Japan Containers and Packaging Recycling AssociationEcyclex International Recycling; Emirates Recycling Co; Lucky Recycling LtdEmirates Environmental TechnologyMadenat Al Nokhba Recycling Services LLCImdaad Abu DhabiRecycling Centre - Dubai MunicipalityPaper Chase International IncBeeah Tandeef ;Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)Japan Organics Recycling AssociationJapan Steel Can Recycling AssociationBureau of Middle East Recycling.

 

Market Analysis

Recycling 2020 brings together resources and expertise to bridge recycling & waste management techniques to disclose significant global recycling Techniques. It provides a great platform to cover recent breakthroughs in waste management techniques which includes E-waste, solid waste, wastewater, construction waste and paper, Industrial, food, agriculture waste recycling; Metal, plastic recycling and thermal and chemical waste recovery.

Global waste volume generation is expected to increase from 23,655.5 million tons in 2016 to 32,774.1 million tons in 2021  waste recycling market consist of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW): Commercial and residential waste in solid or semi-solid form, excluding hazardous waste and waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).

E-Waste Recycler: The report esteemed the market at US$ 10.2 billion in 2013 and predicts an expansion of 25% throughout the following six years, taking it to US$ 48 billion by 2020. As far as volume, the market was 54 million tons in 2012 and it is evaluated will be 147 million tons by 2020. PCs framed the biggest section of electronic items being reused in 2012 and are relied upon to keep up their strength later on, because of the speed of microchip improvements and a diminishing in PCs' normal life cycle.

 

The global e-scrap market will reach a value of US$ 48 billion (Approx.Euro 35 billion) by 2020, according to a new report published by US-based Transparency Market Research.

Solid Waste Management: Solid waste administration sorts comprise of daily paper, natural material, paper and paperboard, plastics, elastic, cowhide, materials and wood. Natural material incorporates reject from kitchen, vegetables, blooms, leaves and organic products; they are the real giver in general metropolitan strong waste. Paper transfer was the second driving fragment inferable from expanding industrialization and development in the instruction area. Reusing is a compelling and effective strong waste administrations advertise procedure, expanding natural concerns combined with absence of asset accessibility is probably going to push interest for this practice. Natural material was the main supporter in this fragment took after by daily paper or mechanical paper. The strong waste administration industry is described by stringent government directions relating to MSW administration and productive execution including reuse, reusing, diminish and recuperation strategies. As per the American Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the U.S. produced more than 265 million tons of waste, with a reusing rate of around 33%, the organization gave account. Fast urbanization and expanding utilization level of assets, for example, paper, plastic, edibles and materials were relied upon to twofold the city strong waste (MSW) over the figure time frame.

 

Wastewater Recycling: The current increment in industrialization is a key pattern saw in this market. Quick industrialization has changed the social and financial structure of a general public with the change from an agrarian-based society to a modern culture. The modernization of a social and financial way of life has prompted to vast scale mechanical generation." According to the 2017 water reuse statistical surveying, developing water shortage over the globe is a driver that is relied upon to reinforce showcase development. Developing populace, expanding per capita utilization of water, and urbanization are the primary purposes behind the developing water shortage around the world. Likewise, the change in climatic condition is required to impact the water supply as it will modify the territorial appropriation of freshwater supplies. It is essential to oversee reused water deposits as they can be perilous to nature, expanding the odds of water contamination. A portion of the gainful utilization of water reusing and reuse incorporate business, private, and metropolitan use, rural utilizations, modern uses, enlarging water supplies and natural and recreational employments.

 

Global markets for wastewater-recycling and reuse technologies during the period from 2012 to 2016 increased from nearly $15.7 billion to $18.5 billion, equivalent to a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 19.6%. Global markets are expected to increase from $9.5 billion in 2012 to $21.4 billion in 2021, reflecting a five-year CAGR of 13.6%.

Paper Recycling:

The world recuperated paper markets have been generally tranquil in the most recent two years subsequent to encountering market instability in most recent two decades. Development in recuperated paper request quickened from 5.83% to 7.95 % every year by and large amid 2011-2016 to over 1.42% between  2013-2015. While numerous European nations have been announcing beneath desire recouped paper accumulations all through the late spring and even into the early harvest time, France affirms a fortifying of gathering movement in August and September. Stocks are at ordinary levels and prepared purchasers exist for all evaluations. The story has been distinctive somewhere else: in Italy, for instance, recuperated paper accumulations continued decisively a month ago after the late spring occasions 'yet volumes have not expanded incredibly inferable from the antagonistic effect of dubious monetary conditions on buyer spending', it is contended. Generally a calm period for the UK recuperated paper advertise, lower-than-regular occasional era of OCC and blended paper, combined with solid worldwide request, brought about cost increments of £18-20.45 for every ton in the second from last quarter. Residential plants have battled for pre-sorted news and pams and cost increments of around £22-26 for every ton neglected to build stock levels fundamentally.

The aggregate sum of paper gathered and reused was named as "steady" in 2014 at just shy of 57 million tons. Reusing was 17 million tons higher (+43%) a year ago when contrasted with 2012, the ERPC watches. In general, a net volume of 9.8 million tons (or 15% of the 56 million tons) was foreign made from Europe for reusing by third nations outside the EU-27 or more Norway and Switzerland.

Industrial waste recyclers:

Modern waste is characterized as waste that is created by a mechanical or assembling action. The sorts of modern waste created incorporates earth and rock, stone work and solid, piece metals, oil, junk, solvents, chemicals, weed grass and trees, wood and scrap amble, coal fiery remains, heater slags, and comparable waste. In a large portion of the industrialized economies, the customary way to deal with waste has been to discard it as inexpensively as could be allowed; paying little worry on what happens once the waste leaves the maker's office.

Middle East & Africa, Americas) - Global Trends and Forecasts to 2020” defines and segments the global industrial waste management market with an analysis and forecast of the revenue.

The industrial waste management market will develop from an expected $932.4 billion in 2015 to $1,520.0 billion by 2019 with a CAGR of 10.23% from 2015 to 2019. The worldwide modern waste administration market is fragmented on the premise of their administrations which incorporate gathering, reusing, cremation, and landfill. The market is further fragmented on the premise of areas, for example, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Americas.

Asia-Pacific expected to witness highest growth rate: The worldwide modern waste administration market is relied upon to cross $1.95 trillion by 2020, developing at a CAGR of 9.05% from 2015 to 2021. As far as market size, Asia-Pacific stood initially took after by Europe and Americas in 2015. Fast industrialization in the developing nations of Asia-Pacific has prompted to expanded waste era, making a gigantic interest for waste administration benefits in the locale. In the vicinity of 2017 and 2020, the district is required to witness the most noteworthy development at a CAGR of 12.0%, to reach $1520.0 billion by 2020, from $850.6 billion in 2014.

Food Waste Recycling:

The worldwide waste reusing administrations market is for the most part divided as Metallurgical, Chemical, Agriculture and Forestry, Textile, Power and Energy, and Construction Industry. Besides, the waste reusing administrations market is further sub-fragmented into Iron and steel, Automotive Recycling, Battery Recycling, Compost and Food Waste, Computer and Electronics, Glass and Fiberglass, Liquids Oils and Chemicals, Minerals, Multi-Material Collection, Waste Paper, Scrap Plastic, Tire and Rubber, Wood Recycling, Waste Disposal and Collection, Used Collectible Items, Used Commercial Goods, Used Consumer Items, hardware

According to market research, automotive segment has dominated the recycling services market and hold over 50% of the market share in 2014. Global solid waste management market size was valued at more than USD 184 billion in 2016 and is estimated to exceed USD 325 billion by 2022, growing at a CAGR of over 7.5%.

Rubber RecyclingThe rubber industry is a very mature and complex sector, with over 25 different generic types of rubber (e.g., natural rubber (NR), styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR), nitrile, ethylene-propylenediene monomer (EPDM) rubber, fluorocarbon rubber, silicone and so on) being used in the production of numerous types of endproduct (hoses, seals, gaskets, diaphragms and so on) for a myriad of applications and end-uses, no single rubber product comes near to dominating the market as tyres do. Global statistics have been used to provide simplified life cycle assessment descriptions for the rubber industry.

• Total amount of rubber recycled at its end-of-life: typically, 4−12%

• Amount of waste rubber re-used in some way (e.g., re-treading, new products and so on): 6−22%

• Amount of waste rubber consumed for energy recovery: 30−50%

• Amount of waste rubber sent to landfill or stockpiled: 25−32%

It was estimated in 2017 that only around 11% was being recycled into new products, with over 50% being burned for energy recovery (e.g., tyre-derived fuel (TDF) oil) and the rest being discarded into landfill and so on. With respect to the proportion of tyres that are placed into landfill worldwide, a recent estimate has put this at 26% of the total number of waste tyres. At the Tyre Recovery Association annual forum, the combination of successful partnerships, participation and proactive 22 Recycling and Re-use of Waste Rubber involvement from many organisations across the tyre and reprocessing industries was cited as being critical to the success of the UK’s tyre recycling programme, which had enabled the country to continually meet the demands of the EU’s Landfill Directive. The delegates at this meeting were informed that the UK managed to reprocess around 52,780tonnes of waste tyre materials in 2016. This compared very favourably with the rest of the EU, where only Germany, with a larger automotive sector, recycled more tyres in the same year, at around 56,930 tonnes. The European Tyre & Rubber Manufacturers’ Association (ETRMA) have published figures that provide a breakdown of the fate of these UK waste tyres. These figures show that, of the 50,780 tonnes, 8.97% tyres were re-treaded, 48.94% were reprocessed into other materials and products, 5.34% were used as a source of energy, and the remainder were exported or re-used in some way. Among all the aforementioned segments, tire and rubber segment is expected to witness 4.3% CAGR in the near future. However, Iron and steel is another sub-segment of metal which is estimated to account for 53.3% of total revenue market in the near future. the amounts of waste that are generated by end of life tyres, it has been estimated that in the USA around 3.91 million tonnes of tyre waste are generated per year, whereas the figure in the European Union (EU) economic area is 2.4 million tonnes, and in the UK alone it is around 0.98 million tonnes.

Metal & Plastic Waste Recycler:  Metal scrap created from disposed of hardware, car, development materials, mechanical gear, and electrical and electronic segments can be reused to deliver metals through a vitality productive course. Metals reused from scrap can be arranged into three noteworthy classes: ferrous, non-ferrous, and others, (for example, valuable metals). A few sorts of metals, for example, press and steel, copper, aluminum, zinc, nickel, lead, tin, gold, silver, platinum, and palladium can be reused. Reused metals can further be utilized as a part of different end-client enterprises, for example, building and development, car, electrical and gadgets, mechanical hardware, shipbuilding, and home apparatuses. Asia Pacific has been representing the biggest share of the worldwide reused metal market, The utilization of reused metal in the building and development area is anticipated to increment amid the conjecture time frame. As indicated by the expectation, this fragment will be the quickest developing end-utilize area in the following five years. Due to the assessed development of framework advancement and development related exercises, the interest for metal reusing will develop in this part, the scientists are certain.

More information on the report “Metal Recycling Market by Metal Type (Ferrous, Non-Ferrous), Scrap Type (Old Scrap, New Scrap), End-Use Sector (Construction, Automotive, Equipment Manufacturing, Shipbuilding, Others), Equipment (Shredders, Granulating Machines, Others) – Forecast to 2020” is available.

The global metal recycling market size will grow from 320.36 billion US-Dollar in 2016 to 527.16 billion US-Dollar by 2020, at a projected Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 8.4%.

Plastic Recycling: Recycled plastic are materials that undergo the process of plastic waste recovery and reprocessing it into beneficial products. These plastics are also recycled during the manufacture of plastic products such as polyethylene films and bags. A fragment of these plastics are then conveyed to the main production operations. This trend is been followed since the past few decades leading to the production of certain high quality plastic products

The global recycled plastics market will grow at a steady CAGR of more than 4% during the forecast period. The growing demand for plastics from various industries including healthcare, food and beverage, oil and gas, and construction is expected to propel the growth prospects of the recycled plastics market globally. For instance, it is estimated that in 2020, India’s consumption of plastics will increase to 23.13 million tons per year from the current 9.37 million tons per year. Moreover, plastic bottles will continue to be the leading source material for recycling and will constitute to more than half of the overall waste plastic consumption for recycling.

Why Berlin, Germany?

Germany's circulatory economy is among the most innovative and successful worldwide. Net-generation from renewable energy sources in the German electricity sector has increased from 6.3% in 2000 to about 30% in 2014. For the first time ever, wind, biogas, and solar combined accounted for a larger portion of net electricity production than brown coal in the first half of 2014.While peak-generation from combined wind and solar reached a previous all-time high of 74% in April 2014, wind power saw its best day ever on December 12, 2014, generating 562 GWh. Germany has been called "the world's first major renewable energy economy”.

Berlin, a multicultural metropolis with an extensive network of relevant institutions in business, research and academia, as well as government agencies and embassies, is an ideal location for the Renewables Academy. More than 23,000 wind turbines and 1.4 million solar PV systems are distributed all over the country's area of 357,000 square kilometers. As of 2011, Germany's federal government is working on a new plan for increasing renewable energy commercialization, with a particular focus on offshore wind farms. A major challenge is the development of sufficient network capacities for transmitting the power generated in the North Sea to the large industrial consumers in southern parts of the country. Renewable energy sector is among the most innovative and successful in this country apart from worldwide. Nearly 800,000 people work in the German environment technology sector, an estimated 214,000 people work with renewables in Germany, up from 157,000 in 2004, an increase of 36%. Recently several projects are being conducted by different association present in Berlin. The city has also many industry, different association & societies regarding to natural science.

Top Universities in Berlin:

  • Free University of Berlin
  • Humboldt University of Berlin
  • Technical University of Berlin
  • SRH University Berlin
  • ESCP Europe
  • European School of Technology and management
  • Alice Salomon University
  • Bard College Berlin
  • Touro College Berlin
  • Berlin School of Economical law

Top Universities in Germany:

  • Heidelberg University
  • University of Rostock
  • Clausthal University of Technology
  • Hochschule Wismar
  • University of Potsdam
  • Bauhaus University, Weimar
  • Saarland University
  • University of Jena
  • European University Viadrina
  • University of Marburg
  • University of Konstanz
  • University of Würzburg
  • Braunschweig University of Technology
  • TechnischeUniversitätIlmenau
  • University of Munster

 

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Share your valuable research with members from around the world focused on learning about Recycling and waste management; this is the best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from all over the world whoever in the same field of recycling and to create awareness and to protect, by strict control, human health and the environment against the adverse effects resulting from the generation and management of hazardous wastes and other wastes and to learn how to take advantage of the economy to maintain and grow your business from the leading experts in the field of waste recovery and utilization.  Speakers will present extensive and detailed industry assessments, including analyses of trends in the Europe, USA and Canada, waste collection issues, recycling market factors, and legislative and policy considerations.

In total, percentage of attendees from various sectors as follows

Industry 50%

Academia  40%

Others  10%

Recycling Associations in world:

  • Air & Waste Management Association
  • Alabama Recycling Coalition
  • Aluminum Association, Inc. (DC)
  • American Bureau of Metal Statistics, Inc.
  • American Chemical Society, Rubber Division
  • American Forest and Paper Association
  • American Foundry Society (AFS)
  • American Iron & Steel Institute (DC)
  • Arizona Recycling Coalition
  • Arkansas Recycling Coalition
  • Association of Battery Recyclers
  • Association of Ohio Recyclers
  • Carolina Recycling Association (CRA)
  • Illinois Recycling Association
  • Metal Recycling Association of India
  • National Recycling Coalition
  • National waste & Recycling Association
  • New Mexico Organics Recycling Organization
  • Northeast Recycling Council
  • Northeast Resource Recovery Association
  • Recycling Alliance of Texas
  • Recycling Association of Minnesota
  • Recycling Council of Alberta
  • Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles (SMART)
  • Textile Recycling Association 
  • The recycling Association
  • Virginia Recycling Association
  • Washington Organic Recycling Council
  • Washington Refuse & Recycling Association
  • Washington State Recycling Association
  • Zero Waste America

Recycling Associations in Europe:

  • European Electronic Recycler Association.
  • European Association of Plastic Recycling.
  • European Tyre Recycling Association.
  • European Federation of Glass recyclers.
  • European community shipowners.
  • European Group of Automotive Recycling Association
  • European Paper Recycling.
  • European Alluminium association.
  • European wastewater treatment association.
  • European Asphalt Pavement Association.

Graphical Representation of recycling associations in world and Europe: 

World: 31 Nos. Associations

Europe: 10 Nos. Associations

 

Top Recycling Industries across the Globe:

1.     SIMS Recycling

2.     DM Smith Paper Recycling Industry

3.     Eutectic Corporation USA

4.     Eldan Recycling A/S

5.     Recycle Battery.org

6.     Retech Recycling Technology AB

7.     Mondial Recycling

8.     Recycling International, The Netherlands

9.     Sonoco Recycling

10.   Cumberland Recycling

11.   VITA Recycles

12.   Alcoa Recycling

13.   SESMAN Recycling

14.   Summit Recycling

15.   Lokman Recycling

16.   ROTER Recycling

17.   ECO Green Equipment

18.   Drap Art Creative Recycling

19.   Composting & Recycling Consultants

 

Top Recycling Industries in Europe:

1.     ITEC Consult GmbH + Co KG

2.     Eldan Recycling A/S

3.     Retech Recycling Technology AB

4.     Envirogreen Recycling

5.     Thamesdown Recycling

6.     Wallace Recycling

7.     Recycle Together

8.     Synergy Recycling

9.     The Recycling Association

10.   Cutts Recycling

11.   Ethical IT Recycling

12.   Perrys Recycling

13.   Mondial Recycling

14.   ARK Recycling

15.   Recycling International

16.   Electronic Recycling

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Universities in Europe

University of Nottingham | University of Leicester |  University of Southampton | University of Exeter | University of Brunel | The University of Edinburgh | University of Oxford| Birmingham City University | The University Manchester| Loughborough University | University of KentSolid Waste Management conference | Plastic Recycling Conference | University of Plymouth | University of Bath | University of St Andrews

Universities in USA

American University | Valencia College | Recycling Conference |  College of the Atlantic University of California, Davis | Kalamazoo College | Chatham University | Harvard UniversityPurdue University | Brown University | Georgia Institute of TechnologyUniversity of Connecticut | Waste Management Conference | Solid Waste management Conference | Plastic Recycling Conference

Universities in Asia

Pohang University of Science and Technology | Seoul National University | Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) | University of Tokyo | Hong Kong University of Science and Technology | University of Hong Kong | Nanyang Technological University Singapore | Tsinghua University | Peking UniversityNational University of Singapore | Fudan University| The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Recycling Journals

Recycling of Waste Water | Recycling Conference 2019 | Resources, Conservation and Recycling Energy and Environmental Science | Environmental and Resource Economics | International Journal of Environment and Waste Management | Reduction, Reuse and Recycling of Solid Waste | Solid Waste Management Conference | Plastic Recycling Conference

Recycling Societies in Europe

Recycling Conference 2019 | Waste Recycling — European Environment Agency | Waste Management and Recycling Cluster | European Plastics Recycling and Recovery Organisations | The Recycling AssociationEuRIC - Advocating Recycling in Europe | European Plastics Converters (EuPC) | Recycling Industrial Minerals | Bio-Waste Recycling in Europe | International Ship Recycling Association (ISRA)| European Bioplastics | Dutch Waste Management Association | World Economic Forum |  The Swedish recycling revolution | Sound Material-Cycle Society [MOE]

Recycling Societies in USA

Alabama Environmental Council | Alabama Recycling Coalition | Alaskans for Litter Prevention and Recycling (ALPAR) |Interior Alaska Green Star | Waste Management Conference | Arizona Recycling Coalition | Northern California Recycling Association | Recycling Conference 2019 | Association of California Recycling Industries | Colorado Association for Recycling | Connecticut Recyclers Coalition | Recycle Florida Today | Florida Recycling Partnership | The Georgia Recyclers | Georgia Recycling Coalition Kansas Organization of Recyclers | Interior Alaska Green Star

Recycling Societies in Asia

Envirotech Asia | Solid Waste Management Conference | Plastic Recycling Conference | Economic Integration and Recycling in Asia | Waste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore | Recycling Conference 2019 | Waste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS)

Past Conference Report

Recycling Expo 2019

Recycling Expo 2019 witnessed an amalgamation of peerless speakers who enlightened the crowd with their knowledge and confabulated on various new-fangled topics related to the field of Recycling. The highly exalted conference hosted by Conference Series LLC LTD was marked with the attendance of renowned and brilliant researchers, business delegates and talented student communities representing more than 20 countries around the world. The conference has tried grounding every aspect related to Recycling, covering all the possible research areas and crux. 

The conference aimed a parallel rail with theme “Recycling: Creating a Sustainable World”. The meeting engrossed a vicinity of cognizant discussions on novel subjects like Sustainable Energy Policy, Petrochemical and Oil Recycling, Bio-plastics, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Recovery, Green Economy, Recycling Business in areas of Recycling The conceptual and applicable knowledge shared, will also foster organizational collaborations to nurture scientific accelerations.

We are thankful to all our speakers for encouraging and supporting us to conduct the conference and catapulting the same to pinnacle of success.

The Organizing Committee would like to thank the moderator Muscolo Adele, Mediterranea University, Italy, for her contributions which resulted in smooth functioning of the conference.

A series of invited lectures by Honourable guests and members of the Keynote Forum marked the commencement of the event. Prominent speakers like Marisa Soares Borges, Federal University of Paraná, Brazil,  Szabolcs Fogarasi, BabeĊŸ-Bolyai University, Romania;  Shabnam S. Lutafali, UCA | AKDN, Kyrgyzstan; Md. Abdul Jalil, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Bangladesh; Raaginii Jaain, Geetanjali Envirotech, India; Brajendra Mishra, NSF Center for Resource Recovery & Recycling, USA   gave their fruitful contributions in the form of highly informative presentations and made the conference a top notch one.

Conference Series LLC LTD is prerogative to thank the Organizing Committee Members, Keynote speakers, Chair and Co-chairs on transcribing the plenary sessions in a diversified and variegate manner to make this conference an enviable artefact.

11th World Congress and Expo on Recycling” would not have reached the pinnacle if not with the support of International, multi-professional steering committee and coordination of the Expert Opinion on International Journal of Waste Resources, Expert Opinion on Environmental Biology, Journal of Environmental & Analytical Toxicology; hence, we express our deep sense of gratitude.

After the successful completion of Recycling Expo 2019   we are glad to announce our next upcoming conference which is going to be held in Barcelona, Spain.

“12th World Congress and Expo on Recycling” which is going to be held during April 22-23, 2020 Berlin, Germany” with the theme ''Recycle today for a Sustainable environment".

Mark your calendars; we are hoping to see you soon!

Let us meet again @ Recycling Expo 2020


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Keytopics

  • Agriculture Waste Recycling
  • Bio-plastics
  • Biodiesel
  • Biofuel
  • Biomass And Biological Waste Treatment
  • Chemical Recycling
  • Chemical Waste Management
  • Chemical Waste Recovery
  • Circulatory Economy
  • Climate Change
  • Construction Waste Management
  • E-Cycling
  • E-Waste Recycling And Management
  • E-wastes Recycling
  • Ecology
  • Economic Impact Of Recycling
  • Effect Of 3Rs On Climate Change
  • Electronic Waste
  • Energy And Material Flow
  • Environmental Impact Of Recycling
  • Environmental Pollution
  • Environmental Systems
  • European Recycling Market
  • Food Waste Recycling
  • Glass Recycling
  • Global Warming
  • Green Economy
  • Green Energy
  • Greening
  • Home-Waste Management
  • Hydrogen Bonding
  • Hydrogeology
  • Hydroinformatics
  • Hydrolic Energy Production
  • Hydrological Processes And Modeling
  • Industrial Ecology
  • Industrial Waste Recycling
  • Integrated Water Management
  • Metal And Plastic Recycling
  • Metal Recycling
  • Microbial Ecology
  • Nuclear Waste Management
  • Nutrient Cycling
  • Organic Waste
  • Organic Waste Recycling
  • Paper Recycling
  • Petrochemical And Oil Recycling
  • Physical Recycling
  • Plastic Pollution
  • Plastic Recycling
  • Plastic Waste
  • Pollution Control
  • Printer Recycling
  • Psychology And Marketing
  • Quality Of Recyclate
  • Recycling Basics
  • Recycling Business
  • Recycling Codes
  • Recycling In Art
  • Recycling Loops
  • Recycling Market
  • Recycling Research
  • Recycling Trends
  • Recycling Uses
  • Recycling: Ecology
  • Recycling: Pollution Control
  • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle And Recovery
  • Renewable Energies
  • Renewable Energy
  • Resources, Conservation And Recycling
  • Rubber Recycling
  • Science And Technology In Waste Treatment
  • Socio-Economics
  • Soft Plastic Waste Recycling
  • Solid Waste Management
  • Special Session: Save Earth
  • Sustainability Evaluation
  • Sustainable Building
  • Sustainable Energy Policy
  • Sustainable Engineering Designs
  • Textile And Tannery Industry
  • Textile Recycling
  • Thermal Pollution
  • Thermal Waste Recovery
  • Trade In Recyclates
  • Urban Economics
  • Waste Incineration
  • Waste Management & Research
  • Waste Management Techniques
  • Waste Minimization In Drug Discovery
  • Waste Plastic Pyrolysis To Fuel Oil
  • Waste To Energy
  • Waste Valorization Strategies: Case Studies
  • Waste Water
  • Waste Water Pollution
  • Waste Water Recycling
  • Water Conservation And Supply
  • Water Pollution
  • Water Productivity
  • Water Resources
  • Water Resources Strategies
  • World Environmental Challenges And Potential Solutions