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Welcome to World Summit on Recycling and Environmental Management

Theme of Recycling conference - 2017
Current Novel Inclinations in Recycling and Waste Management
World Summit on Recycling And Environmental Management (Recycling Summit – 2017), a recycling conference hosted and organized by Clyto Access from 22 May 2017 to 23 May 2017 at KualaLumpur, Malaysia”,will provide an international platform for the exchange of knowledge and discussion of information on generation, prevention, characterization, monitoring, treatment, handling, reuse and ultimate residual disposition of solid wastes, both in industrialized and in economically developing countries. 
" Recycling Summit – 2017"a recycling conference includes exemplary sessions, workshops, seminars, B2B meetings and exhibiting opportunities. The conference showcases world’s most renowned scientists, researchers, academicians and more. Clyto Access is inviting industries related to hardware, software, equipment, materials, services in the field of waste management and environmental issues. The recycling conference is organized in association with “Journal of Waste Management and Environmental Issues” an open access journal, accepts articles related to waste management, wastewater biology, waste disposal, sustainability, environmental impact assessments, biological control, classification of solid wastes, bioremediation, etc. The journal serves as a hub between academic professionals, research scholars and industrial's in spreading the recent advancements of waste management and environmental issues. The conference participants are also invited to contribute their research papers adding value to our journal.  
Waste is a wide-ranging term encompassing most unwanted materials, defined by the Environmental Protection Act 1990. Wastes are those substances or objects which fall out of the commercial cycle or chain of utility.
Recycling Summit – 2017 lays emphasis on biological reprocessing, gasification, sanitation, incineration, sustainability, surface water contamination, pyrolyzation, anaerobic digestion, waste processing, hazardous waste management, treatment of wastewater, waste disposal services, waste transportation, decontamination, self-purification of natural streams. The conference also emphasizes on Aerobic attached growth process, factors influencing solid waste management, biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), chemical oxygen demand (COD), biofiltration, sludge treatment, advantages of an anaerobic treatment process, types of processes and modifications, water pollution control, etc. The journal also includes articles on Risk Assessment, resource recovery, Waste Minimization, Waste Processing, Reharvesting, Warehouses etc.
Recycling conference 2017 include 
  • Open panel discussions: Providing an open forum with experts from academia and business to discuss on current challenges in recycling and environmental management, where all attendees can interact with the panel followed by a Q&A session.
  • Speaker and poster presentations: Providing a platform to all academicians and industry professionals to share their research thoughts and findings through a speech or a poster presentation.
  • Editorial board meeting: Discussing on growth and development of Clyto Access' Journal of Waste Management and Environmental Issues and recruiting board members and reviewers who can support the journal.
  • Round table meetings: Providing a platform where industry professionals meet academic experts.
On behalf of Recycling conference - 2017, Clyto Access cordially invites you to participate, to promote research, helping scientific community in gaining valuable insights and analysis through expert talks.
Looking forward to see you, along with your colleagues from around the globe at Malaysia recycling conference 2017!


Solid-waste management, the collecting, treating, and disposing of solid material that is discarded because it has served its purpose or is no longer useful. Improper disposal of municipal solid waste can create unsanitary conditions, and these conditions in turn can lead to pollution of the environment and to outbreaks of vector-borne disease—that is, diseases spread by rodents and insects. The tasks of solid-waste management present complex technical challenges. They also pose a wide variety of administrative, economic, and social problems that must be managed and solved.

Track 1-1: Waste Minimisation, Disposal & Recycling

Track 1-2: Factors Influencing Solid Waste

Track 1-3: Classification Of Solid Waste

Track 1-4: Waste Handiling Equipment

Track 1-5: Waste Management Services

Wastewater refers to all effluent from household, commercial establishments and institutions, hospitals, industries and so on. It also includes stormwater and urban runoff, agricultural, horticultural and aquaculture effluent.Sewage is also wastewater. It is wastewater originating from toilets and bathroom fixtures, bathing, laundry, kitchen sinks, cleaners, and similar dirty water that is produced in households and public places. Water used to irrigate turf and gardens, swimming pools, roof drainage, surface runoff and stormwater are all wastewater but not classified as sewage. wastewater is all the dirty water from municipal sources (poop, urine and faecal sludge). This includes black water, gray water and yellow water. All dirty water from all the schools, restaurants, commercial establishments, hospitals, farms, floodwater and all the possible dirty water you can think of is considered wastewater. Some wastewater contain hazardous dissolved toxins and chemicals, whiles others contain particles, sediments and suspended matter of all sizes.

Track 3-1: Waste Water Reduction

Track 3-2: Waste Water Pollution Control

Track 3-3: Surface Water Contamination

Track 3-4: Techniques for Primary Sedimentation

Track 3-5: Biofilteration

Track 3-6: Anerobic Waste Water Treatment

Track 3-7: Applications Of Anerobis Treatment

Huge quantities of waste are produced globally each year, Waste Management strategies are designed to lessen the impact of this waste. Governments and Industry invest large sums into developing policy and strategies aimed at dealing with the problems of waste production. Old methods like landfill are now being questioned as to their safety and long term sustainability.

Track 5-1: Sanitory Land Filling

Track 5-2: Under ground Waste Containers

Track 5-3: Waste To Energy

Track 5-4: Sustainable Management

The Industrial Revolution marks a major turning point in history; almost every aspect of daily life was influenced in some way. Hazardous waste is the inevitable by-product of industrialization. Industrial wastes are usually a combination of materials that is rendered useless during a manufacturing process such as that of factories, mills and mining operations or excavation. It has existed since the outset of the industrial revolution. Some examples of industrial waste are chemical solvents, residues, industrial waste water, paints, sand paper, paper products, industrial by-products, metals, radioactive agents etc.
Organic waste is material that is biodegradable and comes from either a plant or animal. Organic waste is usually broken down by other organisms over time and may also be referred to as wet waste. Most of the time, it s made up of vegetable and fruit debris, paper, bones and human waste which quickly disintegrate.In an effort to keep the environment clean and safe, organic waste is preferred over items that can damage the earth and that do not disintegrate. For example plastic shopping bags and plastic water bottles take a long time to disintegrate – and leave their imprint in their wake.


Track 2-1: Domestic Shredding

Track 2-2: Composition & Sanitation

Track 2-3: Biodegradable Organics

Track 2-4: Bioremediation

Track 2-5: Incineration

Track 2-6: Pyrolyzation

Environmental management system (EMS) refers to the management of an organization's environmental programs in a comprehensive, systematic, planned and documented manner. It includes the organizational structure, planning and resources for developing, implementing and maintaining policy for environmental protection.

Track 4-1: Environment Impact Assesments

Track 4-2: Ecological Assesments

Track 4-3: Risk Assessment

Track 4-4: Material Management Plan

"Electronic waste" may be defined as discarded computers, office electronic equipment, entertainment device electronics, mobile phones, television sets, and refrigerators. This includes used electronics which are destined for reuse, resale, salvage, recycling, or disposal. Others are re-usable (working and repairable electronics) and secondary scrap (copper, steel, plastic, etc.) to be "commodities", and reserve the term "waste" for residue or material which is dumped by the buyer rather than recycled, including residue from reuse and recycling operations

Track 6-1: Environmental Impact on Electronic Waste

Track 6-2: Hazrdous Waste & Non Hazardous Waste

Track 6-3: Global Trade Issues of E-Waste

Track 6-4: E-Waste Processing Techniques

Processes of organic origin or those conveyed by biological vectors, including exposure to pathogenic micro-organisms, toxins and bioactive substances, which may cause the loss of life or injury, social and economic disruption or environmental degradation. Biological substances are classified as hazardous due to toxicity. Toxicity is one of four factors used to classify hazardous wastes and refers to the degree of damage the substance can do to a living organism i.e. the effect on the whole organism. It is necessary to control or manage large range of biological hazards that could significantly affect human health.
Programs Programs Detail Time

Spot Registrations

08:00 am

Inauguration of Recycling Summit - 2017

09:00 am

Keynote sessions #1

09:30 am

Refreshments break

10:30 am

Keynote sessions #2

11:00 am

Refreshments - Lunch break

12:30 pm

Scientific sessions - Speech opportunity available

01:30 pm

Scientific sessions - Speech opportunity available

03:30 pm

Editorial board meeting - Journal of Waste Management And Environmental Issues

05:00 pm

Day #1 - Closure

06:00 pm


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