Sustainable Waste Management

Recovering from Loss

The development of sustainable waste management strategies has become a major concern throughout the world. Thus, this program focuses on “recycling” and “recovery” of waste material while paving the way towards circular economy, land reclamation, and water and waste water treatments.    

This program will offer a timely opportunity for knowledge exchange among professionals from all over the world to assist the formulation of an efficient sustainable management agenda for biological waste and remediation of soil, water and air in the local context, which satisfies the environmental compatibility, financial feasibility and social needs. It will deliberate on state-of-the-art treatment technologies, advanced management strategies, and political issues pertaining to recycling and recovery of organic waste.

Moreover, local and overseas experts from different sectors including academic researchers, industrial practitioners, green groups, and government departments will be gathered in this program to solicit scientific and technical inputs as well as political feedback, facilitating the development of integrated solutions. Experienced industrial practitioners, professional organizations, green groups, as well as government officers are invited to the conference.

Sustainable Waste Management News & Initiatives

APRU Supports the Advancement of UN SDGs at Korea University Conference on Engineering Sustainable Development

APRU Supports the Advancement of UN SDGs at Korea University Conference on Engineering Sustainable Development

APRU joined engineers, scientists, and policy-makers at a gathering at the Korea University in Seoul to discuss technical ...
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APRU’s new collaboration program to tackle challenges for sustainable waste management

APRU’s new collaboration program to tackle challenges for sustainable waste management

Korea University and APRU have launched a new program for the development of sustainable waste management strategies, paving ...
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