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International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology 2013

18 Jun 2013 - 21 Jun 2013 - Urgup, Nevsehir / Turkey



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International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology – 2013 (ICOEST, Cappadocia-2013) aims at presenting current researches being carried out in the environmental engineering area for scientists, scholars, engineers and students from the universities, technologists, entrepreneurs and policy makers all around the World. Thus, ICOEST’2013 provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration. We hope that you can join us in ICOEST’2013 with new insights and we look forward to welcoming you to Urgup, Nevsehir, Turkey.

1. Water Treatment
-Management, planning and modelling of water resources (surface and ground waters) and river basin,
-Water treatment,
-Advanced treatment of water by membranes, ion exchange, advanced oxidation processes and adsorption etc.
-Disinfection and disinfection by-products,
-Quality control of drinking waters,
-Reuse of reclaimed waters,
-Modelling tools and modelling of treatment processes.

2. Wastewater Treatment
-Wastewater characterization for treatment,
-Biological treatment of wastewaters,
-Chemical treatment of industrial wastewaters,
-Biological nutrient removal,
-Advances in biological, physical and chemical treatment processes,
-Sludge stabilization, utilization and disposal,
-Sludge treatment and reuse,
-Reuse of wastewaters,
-Modelling tools and modelling of treatment processes,
-Wastewater discharge legislations.

3. Solid Waste Treatment and Management
-Landfilling,
-Leachate management and treatment,
-Landfill gas and treatment,
-Management of hazardous, hospital, industrial, construction and demolition wastes,
-Biological methods for waste disposal,
-Thermal technologies for waste disposal.

4. Noise Pollution and Control
-Industrial noise pollution control,
-Traffic noise pollution control,
-Modelling tools for the noise pollution,
-Insulating materials for the noise pollution.

5. Air Pollution and Control
-Air quality monitoring,
-Modelling and air quality management,
-Air pollution and climate changes,
-Pollution prevention and control technologies,
-Indoor air quality,
-Impacts of air pollution,
-Air sampling technologies.

6. Renewable Energy Sources
-Bioenergy from biomass,
-Solar energy,
-Wind energy,
-Geothermal energy.

7. Environmental Engineering Education.



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