About ICWMR 2023
We take the pleasure to cordially invite you all to join us at our upcoming conference – 2nd International Conference on Recycling and Waste Management- ICWMR 2023 at Luxembourg City, Luxembourg on October 26-27, 2023. The theme of the conference is New trends in transforming Waste to energy. ICWMR 2023 provides an inimitable platform for all the Academicians, Scientists, Researchers, Entrepreneurs, Professionals, Associations and Students across the globe to encourage, discuss and share the novel discoveries in the fields of waste management, recycling waste, solid waste management, waste disposal procedures, pollution etc. ICWMR 2023 will have Invited Talks/Keynote Talks, Speaker Sessions, Young Researchers Session, Exhibitions, Workshops, Poster Presentations, Networking Sessions, etc. ICWMR 2023 is the best place to globalize your research and to explore innovative outcomes. Anticipating participations from reputed Research centers/Associations/Universities/Companies/Hospitals/Institutions to make conference more successful. We accept Abstracts and accepted abstracts will be published in our respective proceeding journals with doi issued by CrossRef. Abstracts submitted must be the original work of the author(s) and not be published previously or under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Undoubtedly, ICWMR 2023 will give an amazing memory and hope you don’t miss this great opportunity, come, join and make ICWMR 2023 the best event for 2023.
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SCIENTIFIC SESSION TOPICS
- Environmental Pollution
2. Pollution Control Technologies
3. Solid waste management
4. Industrial waste management
5. Plastic waste management
6. Recycling and Upcycling
7. Waste to Energy
10. Waste governance, regulations and policies
11. Wastewater management
12. Socio-environmental impacts of waste management
13. E-waste Management
14. Hazardous waste management
15. Bioenergy and Biofuels from waste
17. Waste valorization
18. Sludge Management
19. Optimization of collection systems
20. Challenges and Ethical Issues