Track 2: Waste Management

Waste Management affects many facets of our culture and economy. The improper disposal of garbage has the potential to damage the environment, endanger human health, fuel climate change, and impede economic development in both wealthy and developing nations. The Waste Management department offers a platform for study and innovation in all facets of Waste Management, while also taking into account the present inefficiencies of systems that should be reduced and avoided. By examining environmental, social, and economic factors, this section seeks to take a comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach to improve the sustainability of garbage management. These three sustainability pillars necessitate a compromise to reduce waste production and manage the risks associated with it. To safely advance toward a zero-waste future, academia, decision-makers, industry specialists, entrepreneurs, and the general public need new information and tools.

 

  • Track 1-1 Municipal Solid Waste management
  • Track 2-2 Industrial Waste management
  • Track 3-3 Bio-medical Waste management
  • Track 4-4 Agricultural Waste Management

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