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Day 1 full schedule

March 24, 2021 @ 12:00 - 16:45

Recycling of Waste Coal Fly ash for Fabrication of value-added porous SiC Ceramic Membrane

Nijhuma Kayal

Nijhuma Kayal

Scientist

CSIR-Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute, CSIR, Kolkata

India

ABSTRACT

Large amount of industrial solid state waste coal fly ash are generated worldwide from power plants, management of such industrial waste are a serious concern to prevent environmental pollution. Fly ash considered as useful resources for fabrication of high value-added material as it contains potential mineral resources. Currently, fly ash mainly been used in brick manufacturing fabrication nitrides, carbides, oxides composite materials, sialon, zeolites, sorbents, etc., and also in road construction.

Dross Magic

Amardeep Sharma

Amardeep Sharma

DROSS Pvt. Ltd

Dross Management System & Energy Solution Pvt. Ltd. Mohali

India

ABSTRACT

Most of the world faces major problem of municipal solid waste generation and environmental Challenges. Every seventh person on this planet is Indian, so India is facing the more problems of inadeqaute resources for waste collection, transport and non-availability of technology for treatment and permanent disposal.

Organic Waste Management: Overview and Treatment Methods

Paul Biller

Paul Biller

Professor

Germany

ABSTRACT

Recycled cementitious materials - direct measurement of the CO2-binding by carbonation

Christian J. Engelsen

Christian J. Engelsen

Senior Scientist

Bjørn Ludvigsen, Arne Gunnar Bruun SINTEF Community

Norway

ABSTRACT

Carbonation of concrete normally occurs when air or water-borne CO2 dissolves in the concrete pore water and react with Ca2+ to form stable CaCO3. Upon carbonation, the pH of the concrete pore water is decreased to around 9. Carbonation mainly involves decalcification of the Ca-bearing hydrate phases when different polymorphs of CaCO3 are formed.

Organic Waste Management: Overview and Treatment Methods

Snehalata Ankaram

Snehalata Ankaram

Assistant Professor

Dept. of Zoology, Vasantrao Naik Mahavidyalaya, Aurangabad

India

ABSTRACT

Organic wastes are biodegradable and mostly non-hazardous. These wastes originate from agronomical waste, market waste, kitchen waste, urban wastes and municipal solid waste etc.  Global organic waste produced is 38 billion metric tons and in India about 350 million tonnes are organic wastes from agricultural sources.

Sustainable Methods for Flower -Waste Valorization from Indian Temples into value-added Products

Monika Thakur

Monika Thakur

Assistant Professor

Amity Institute of Food Technology

India

ABSTRACT

In the present scenario the solid waste disposal is one of the major concerns world-wide. Various common waste like agricultural residues, temple waste and domestic waste are enriched with carbon content and not good for the environment.

Country Covid-19 Recovery Strategies for Waste Management and Recycling policy in China

Huifang Tian

Huifang Tian

Deputy Director

Department of World Energy at Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

China

ABSTRACT

The crisis brought upon by the COVID-19 pandemic has altered global waste generation dynamics and therefore has necessitated special attention. The number of persons infected with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is continuously rising throughout the world.

An approach towards Ecological remediation from Toxic Dyes utilizing Multifunctional Zinc Oxide Metal Nanoparticles

Ayasha Negi

Ayasha Negi

H.N.B. Garhwal University

H.N.B. Garhwal University (A Central University) Srinagar Garhwal, Uttarakhand

India

ABSTRACT

The endeavor of this research accounts for a superficial green route scheme by using an extract of roots of Smilax aspera as a stabilizing and capping agent. Zinc Oxide nanoparticles (ZnO-NPs) were examined through UV-visible Spectrophotometer, X-Ray Diffraction (XRD), EDX (Energy Dispersive X-rays spectroscopy), Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM)