With the increasing in population we are observing the rapid increase in the waste production. The most important cause and concern for recycling and reprocessing is its risk to environmental pollution. Landfills dominate the waste disposal irrespective of the other waste management techniques. When waste is disposed of or recycled in a safe, ethical, and responsible manner, it helps reduce the negative impacts of the environment.

In this conference we will be discussing the waste management techniques and effects of waste on water, air and on life which also includes the topics of recent scientific improvements and innovations, effects of waste pollution, Market analysis, Recycling methods and its benefits. Also gives you the information about the conversion technologies and informal waste recycling methods.

Why to attend this conference?

Be the first to showcase your research, innovations and the brand to attain competitive advantages. Meet your target audience and explore your knowledge about the research work.

Build your professional network.
Know about the latest research.
Improve your presentation and communication skills.
Get response on an early version of your latest research work.
Acquire knowledge beyond your field or interest.
Get opportunity to meet people

Researchers and Professors can contribute their speaker presentations, poster presentations, and host the International Conference as a team at the Recycling and Waste Management Conference, Association Partnership, Collaboration with our International events as Committee Members, Speakers, and Delegates, Academic collaborations, and Group Participation are all opportunities provided by the Organizing Committee to Universities, Associations, and Societies. Students and Research Scholars can also participate in oral and poster presentations, student delegate participation, and group registrations. Our Conference Committee also allows business experts to share their valuable contributions as speakers, keynote speakers.

Top Universities

Newcastle University
University College Cork
Wageningen University & Research
Imperial College London
University of California
University of the West of England 
UniSC University of the Sunshine Coast
University of Reading
University of the West of Scotland
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Tsinghua University
University of Strathclyde

International Conference on Recycling and Waste management aims to provide a platform to share and listen to the recent advancements in topics relating to cleaning the waste and controlling the effects of pollution caused by waste and recycling. This scientific event also provides an idea of waste water management, controlling the waste production and remediation techniques. Waste management summit 2023 is scheduled for the month of June 19-20, 2023 at Montreal, Canada. This 2 day session will help the participants to gain knowledge in the topics relating to Waste management and effect on the planet and recycling techniques.

Target Audience

Recycling and Waste Management Industries
Recycling Associations
Environmental Engineers
Water Treatment Research Labs
Recycling Business Associates
Chemical Engineers
Civil Engineers
Plastic Recycling Associations
Recycling Scientists
Health care professionals
Government policy makers
Environmental and Health professionals
Industry and Transport sectors
Research organizations
Pollution control organizations and Societies
Fresh water scientists and researchers
Marine Ecologists and Biologists


Market Analysis

The market for waste management was assessed at USD 889.58 billion in 2021, and it is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 5.4% over the next five years. Treatment of solid waste through garbage management includes a variety of recycling techniques. Managing debris involves gathering, moving, and getting rid of waste, sewage, and other things. It entails handling solid waste and efficiently and safely getting rid of useless goods and substances.

Governments all throughout the world are proactively taking action to lessen illicit dumping. Additionally, the global rubbish volume has expanded as a result of the population boom and growing globalisation. For instance, according to information on municipal solid waste (MSW), the number of people living in cities produced over 1.3 billion tonnes of trash in 2012; the urban population produced almost 1.3 billion tonnes of rubbish, which is predicted to rise to 2.2 billion tonnes by 2025, according to data on municipal solid waste (MSW).

Additionally, the development of the chemical, oil & gas, automotive, and medical industries has accelerated industrialisation in growing economies like China, Taiwan, and India, which results in increased pollution and debris production.

Associations and societies:

Air & Waste Management association
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Renewable Fuels Association (RFA)
National Association of Counties (NACo)
National Waste & Recycling Association
National Recycling Coalition (NRC)
Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI)
Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)
Construction & Demolition Recycling Association (CDRA)

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