12th World Congress and Expo on Recycling
Linnaeus University, Sweden
William Hogland completed his PhD in Water Resources Engineering at Lund University in 1986, after which he established a division in Waste Management and Recovery at Lund University and organised it as an academic subject. In 1999, he got full professorship in Environmental Engineering and Recovery at Linnaeus University in Kalmar, Sweden. In the mid-1990s, he established research in Landfill mining in cooperation waste management companies in Sweden, the Baltic Sea region and Europe. He has also established the subject in some parts of Asia and written manuals on Landfill mining. Furthermore, he has over 500 publications and reports, 150 peer-reviewed scientific papers and has produced about 20 doctors. 2015 he got the Elsevier Atlas Award for “Research for a Better World” and 2017 the honorable Sweden Impact Award 2017 in “Physical Sciences&Engineering”. Currently, he heads the Environmental Science and Engineering Group at Linnaeus University.
Abstract : Mining of Glass dumps for recycling