Urban areas are a focal point of environmental problems. Their impacts extend over a wide range of spatial scales, i.e. the household, the place of work, the neighborhood, the city the wider region and ultimately the world. In the rapidly growing cities of the developing countries, urban solid waste management is currently regarded as one of the most immediate an serious problems faced by the city authorities. In the light of these challenges the project entitled "Integrated Management and Safe Disposal of Municipal Solid Waste in Least Developed Asian Countries" shortly termed as "WasteSafe".........More
WasteSafe International Conferences
Wastes are normally solids, useless and unwanted. However, many of these materials can be reused, recycled and thus they can become a resource if managed and treated properly. Rapid growth of population, urbanization and industrialization poses sharp increase of waste generation and change of its nature. Due to organizational limitations, lack of people’s awareness, absence of appropriate management, financial & resource constraints, ineffectiveness of legislation and law enforcement, wastes remain unmanaged and posed threat to human and nature, especially in the developing countries. To address this issue, Khulna University of Engineering & Technology (KUET) has taken several initiatives since 2002. .........More
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Conference Issues
  • Solid Wastes, Technologies & Management
  • Faecal Sludge, Technologies & Management
  • Waste Water related to solid waste and faecal sludge
Conference Chairmen
  • Prof. Dr. M. Alamgir Bangladesh
  • Prof. Dr. R. Cossu Italy
  • Prof. Dr. T. Matsuto Japan
  • Prof. Dr. W. Bidlingmaier Germany
  • Prof. Dr. E. Kraft Germany
Keynote Speakers
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