Industrial Waste Management Conference 2019 - Conserving the Future

Uncontrolled and poorly managed industrial waste can cause severe pollution to the air, water and soil. Climate change, the greenhouse effect, health issues, contamination of soil and groundwater are the effects of industrial pollution.

Undoubtedly, industrialization and manufacturing led to economic growth and societal development. However, industrial and manufacturing processes led to the creation of by-products and waste materials which are harmful to our environment. Uncontrolled and poorly managed industrial waste can cause severe pollution to the air, water and soil. Climate change, the greenhouse effect, health issues, contamination of soil and groundwater are the effects of industrial pollution.

Throughout the years, people grew increasingly aware of the negative environmental impacts of improper industrial waste management. Nevertheless, managing industrial waste was always a challenge for all industries and the government. To mitigate the negative impact of waste, the industry had to establish better practices and solutions in managed schedule waste, wastewater and industrial emissions.

This 2-day technical event was designed to provide a better understanding of the implementation of market-oriented, and sustainable waste management systems. It aimed to provide cost-effective and environmentally sound waste management strategies, alongside related case studies, and an introduction to several new technologies. The topics were presented by the experts in the field of scheduled waste, wastewater and industrial emissions.

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