The Australian city of Adelaide will host ENVIRO 2012, the 7th Australian Conference and Exhibition Integrating Business and the Environment, from 24 to 26 July.
The Conference program will address a wide range of topics such as waste and resources, water and wastewater, education and communication, sustainable business, organics and energy form waste and fuels, among many others.
ENVIRO 2012 aims to be a forum for sharing knowledge, practices and experiences, a meeting of sustainability technology, industry, business and policy. Attendees can participate in workshops, technical tours and visits and discuss about issues such as local government waste strategy, water recycle and reuse, examples of innovative solutions, supply chain risks and opportunities, energy efficiency, markets and more…
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@10 months ago
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The Swedish city of Gothenburg will host the meeting next week
Gothenburg (Sweden) is the place to be next week if you are interested in knowing everything about new clean materials for a green construction. The 8th International Conference on the Environmental and Technical Implications of Construction with Alternative Materials, WASCON 2012, is taking place in the city from 30 May until 1 June.
During three days WASCON 2012 will offer every attendee the opportunity of assisting to one of the most important events within the field of green building and clean material construction.
The conference sessions will address a number of issues such as the use of recycled materials like waste and others in construction, European regulations, environmental impacts of construction and new alternative products and technologies, among many others. The conference program includes social associated events…
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@12 months ago with 1 note
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