International Conference on

Recycling and Waste Management

October 21-22, 2024 | Amsterdam, Netherlands

Theme: Explore, Learn, and Inspire Change for a Healthier, Waste-Free World
Venue: ibis Schiphol Amsterdam Airport

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Waste Management 2024

Join us at the International Conference on Recycling and Waste Management in Amsterdam, Netherlands on October 21-22, 2024 with the  theme “Explore, Learn, and Inspire Change for a Healthier, Waste-Free World”. This conference brings together industry leaders, environmental experts, and policymakers to address pressing issues in waste management. Explore innovative recycling technologies, discuss circular economy practices, and learn about the latest advancements in sustainable waste disposal. 

Network with professionals from around the globe, share insights, and collaborate on shaping a greener future. Engage in thought-provoking sessions covering waste reduction, recycling infrastructure, and eco-friendly initiatives. Amsterdam, Netherlands, a vibrant city, sets the stage for this critical conversation on environmental stewardship. 


Seyed Ghaffa

University of Birmingham, UK

Ezra Bar Ziv

Michigan Technological University, USA

Anderson Assuah

University Of Manitoba, Canada

Jan-Olof Dranger

Linköping University, Swedan

Scientific Sessions

01. Agricultural Waste Recycling

02. Bio-Electrochemical Treatment Systems

03. Bio-Energy from Waste and Bioremediation

04. Biological Medical Waste

05. Biomass (Biofuel, Biogas and Biomass)

06. Bio-Plastics, E-Wastes and Solid Waste Management

07. Recycling & Upcycling

08. Bioremediation

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Waste Management Conferences Venue - Netherlands

Amsterdam, the esteemed capital of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, stands as a beacon among Europe’s premier tourist destinations. Nestled in the western Netherlands within the province of North Holland, Amsterdam is a city that seamlessly marries rich cultural heritage with modern dynamism.

The city’s heart is cradled by the meandering river Amstel, which converges in the vibrant city center, giving rise to an intricate network of canals that have become emblematic of Amsterdam’s charm. Beyond its picturesque waterways, the city boasts an intellectual hub with universities, academies, and research institutes that contribute to its status as the country’s leading cultural center.

Amsterdam’s cultural tapestry is woven with over 40 museums, a multitude of theaters, and various entertainment venues, offering a diverse and enriching experience for residents and visitors alike. The cityscape is adorned with historic homes, strategically arranged in a unique fan-shaped pattern, dating from the 16th to the 18th centuries. These structures, built on piles driven deep into the sandy bottom, create an architectural marvel that encompasses 6,750 buildings within a 2,000-acre expanse, crisscrossed by 160 canals, each hosting its share of houseboats.

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Event Summary

Conferences serve as essential platforms for academic researchers and business executives alike. They encompass various elements, including numerous presentations, interactive breakout sessions, hands-on product demonstrations, and unparalleled networking opportunities.

We’ve extended invitations to globally renowned keynote speakers, experts, brand ambassadors, and industry leaders, who will graciously share their insights and ideas with our esteemed conference attendees.

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Waste Management Conferences is going to held on October 21-22, 2024 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Scientific Sessions are: 

    • Agricultural Waste Recycling
    • Biological Medical Waste
    • E-Waste Management
    • Chemical Waste Management
    • Plastic Waste Management
    • Nuclear Waste & Recycling
    • Waste Management Technology
    • Clean Management Technology
    • Construction & Demolition Waste
    • Food Waste Recycling
    • Hazardous Waste Materials Recycling
    • Organic Waste Recycling
    • Recycling & Upcycling

International Conference on Recycling and Waste Management is scheduled to be held in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on October 21-22, 2024.

Join us at Stripe Conferences for Recycling & Waste Management Conference 2024. Download the brochure to access essential information on speakers, guidelines, and the tentative program for this exciting event.

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Seyed Ghaffa

University of Birmingham, UK

I am an Associate Professor in Civil Engineering and a Chartered Civil Engineer. I am also a Fellow member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (CEng, FICE), a Member of the Institute of Concrete Technology (MICT), and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).

Prior to joining the University of Birmingham, I held the position of Reader in Civil Engineering at Brunel University London from 2017 to 2023. This is where I completed my Civil Engineering with Sustainability degree (2012) and earned my Ph.D. in Sustainable Engineering Materials (2016), fully sponsored by the Industrial Cooperative Awards in Science & Technology.

Ezra Bar Ziv

Michigan Technological University, US

Ezra Bar-Ziv joined the ME-EM Department as a professor in 2011, coming to Michigan Tech from Ben-Gurion University. Bar-Ziv held several post-doctoral associate positions. He was the director and founder of the program for Projects in Industry, the Program for High-Tech Retraining, and the chair and founder of the Department of Biotechnology and Environmental Engineering at Ben-Gurion University. He was the Clyde Chair in Chemical Engineering during his sabbatical at University of Utah in 2005- 2006 and then served as Associate Dean for Academic Development and Research at the College of Engineering Sciences at Ben-Gurion University.

Bar-Ziv founded three start-up companies on waste valorisations and led the largest torrefaction facility in the United States for Portland General Electric. His teaching and research interests are in the areas of advanced energy systems, including municipal waste valorisation, coal combustion, gasification, pollution reduction, and biomass torrefaction, for the power industry and large stationary systems. He earned his PhD in Chemical Physics from the Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel.

Anderson Assuah

University Of Manitoba, Canada

Anderson Assuah is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Arts, Business, and Science. Anderson has a Ph.D. in Natural Resources and Environmental Management from the University of Manitoba, Canada.

Anderson utilizes active learning methods in his teaching and emphasizes engagements and interactions among his students, as he believes knowledge is largely socially constructed. His research mainly focuses on solid waste management, sustainability, environmental governance, and climate change. Dr. Assuah is the founder and chairperson of the University College of the North Sustainability Committee, which promotes Indigenous and non-Indigenous sustainability strategies in northern Manitoba.

Jan-Olof Dranger

Linköping University, Swedan

Associate professor Jan-Olof Drangert works as a researcher and trainer in the environmental field and based at Linköping University, Sweden. His research focus went from rural household water over to urban water and nutrient flows. He applies a system thinking incorporating environment, resources conservation, technical and building aspects, and human impacts and perceptions.

He favours to include historical experiences to grasp the evolution of water and sanitation conditions in order to deepen the understanding of what future may hold in store. He has published numerous articles about sanitation, phosphorus recycling, and water management. As Director for ten years of the 5-week international training programme Ecological Alternatives in Sanitation with more than 300 professionals.