Call for Abstract

9th World Convention on Waste Recycling and Reuse, will be organized around the theme “Never Refuse to Reuse”

Recycling Summit 2019 is comprised of 14 tracks and 50 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Recycling Summit 2019.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

Clean technology or Green technology is a prospective new law to meet strict emissions standards to become a nation wide campaign. The application of clean technology is more of environmental sciences, environmental monitoring, green chemistry and electronic devices to model, monitor, conserve the natural environmental and resources, and to keep a check on human involvement. The term gives information about the sustainable energy generation technologies like bioreactors, photovoltaic, wind turbines etc. Sustainable development is the core of environmental technologies. The Class of electronic devices are described by the term Sustainable development that can promote sustainable management of resources.


  • Track 1-1Bioremediation
  • Track 1-2Renewable Energy Systems and Sources (RESS) and Industrial Applications
  • Track 1-3Energy and Environment
  • Track 1-4 Green Economy
  • Track 2-1Advances in Bioenergy
  • Track 2-2Biomass supply chains for Bioenergy and Bio refining
  • Track 2-3Bio energy for the future
  • Track 3-1Effectiveness of food waste management
  • Track 3-2Problems and Opportunities
  • Track 3-3Treatment of solid food waste
  • Track 4-1 Chemical recycling of household polymeric waste
  • Track 4-2Nano material and global sustainability
  • Track 4-3Carbon fiber recycling
  • Track 5-1Recycling of printed circuit board
  • Track 5-2Recycling of liquid crystal display
  • Track 5-3Cell phones and battery recycling
  • Track 5-4E-waste management system specification
  • Track 6-1Biodegradable plastics
  • Track 6-2Metal recycling technologies
  • Track 6-3Recycled Polypropylene plastic fibers to reinforce concrete
  • Track 6-4Management of marine plastic debris
  • Track 7-1Environmental impacts of waste paper recycling
  • Track 7-2 Model treatment of Paper recycling system
  • Track 7-3Conversion of paper mill sludge into absorbent
  • Track 8-1The science and technology of rubber
  • Track 8-2 Manufacture and application of natural rubber
  • Track 8-3Recycling and reuse of waste rubber
  • Track 9-1Resource Recovery and Recycling from Metallurgical Wastes
  • Track 9-2 Managing food industry waste
  • Track 10-1 Household waste recycling
  • Track 10-2Disposal management methods
  • Track 10-3Recycling construction and demolition waste
  • Track 10-4Organic Waste Recycling
  • Track 11-1Emerging technologies in Hazardous waste management
  • Track 11-2Community impact on toxic waste
  • Track 11-3Nuclear decommissioning waste management
  • Track 11-4Handling and management of Hazardous materials
  • Track 12-1Fuel cells in the waste to energy chain
  • Track 12-2Conversion Technologies
  • Track 12-3 Energy recovery from waste Incineration
  • Track 12-4Construction waste as resource and energy
  • Track 12-5Recent research and techniques
  • Track 13-1Management frame work for municipal solid waste systems
  • Track 13-2 Thermal solid waste utilization in regular and industrial facilities
  • Track 13-3Solid waste minimization technologies
  • Track 13-4Conversion of large scale waste into value added products
  • Track 14-1 Fuel and Energy Recycling
  • Track 14-2 Agricultural waste recycling
  • Track 14-3Mechanical technologies for recycling waste composites
  • Track 14-4Home-waste management