International Recycling & Recovery Congress – IRRC

The IRRC (11.–12.09.2012) is an international forum for the exchange of information about materials flow management and closed substance cycle. After two congresses in Warsaw, the IRRC now returns to Berlin.

Again internationally acknowledged speakers of the Industry, from Politics, Science, and Technology will present the current themes and discuss them with the participants. During the opening session political, legal and strategic presentations are given. This is followed by parallel sessions about recycling, recovery of biowastes, energy recovery from waste, mechanical-biological treatment, and sewage sludge treatment.

At the IRRC the book Waste Management – Recycling and Recovery will be published. The regularly updated congress-programme is published on www.vivis.de .

Dr. Stephanie Thiel, Tel.: +49 (0) 33 91 – 45 45 14
Elisabeth Thomé-Kozmiensky, M.Sc.,
Tel.: +49 (0) 33 91 – 45 45 17, E-mail: tkverlag@vivis.de
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