Market Analysis - Recycling
Ever wondered what materials we recycle the most of? This pie graph represents the per cent by weight of each material that the entire World recycled in 2018 (excluding construction projects which made accounted for 47% of the total tonnage recycled). As you can see, paper products (paper, cardboard, and confidential documents) account for over half of the recycled material. Each ton of paper that gets recycled saves 17 trees, 3 cubic yards of landfill space, 2 barrels of oil, 7,000 gallons of water and 4,100 kilowatt hours of electricity. The plastic, metal, and glass category makes up for the second most recycled material. This is what is collected from the green-topped recycling bins found all over campus where people can dispose of their used containers.
Comparing data with the previous year is another way to demonstrate our progress in recycling, as well as identify areas for improvement. The below bar graph shows the weight in tons of many materials during the year of 2017 (blue) and 2018 (red).
This all adds up to great environmental benefits.This is equivalent to taking 1,663 vehicles off the road and saving over 1 million gallons of gasoline!
Coming to Japan, It is promoting an increase in the reuse rate of sludge (clay) generated through the production process of ceramic sanitary ware, by returning it to raw material form and reducing the water content. In fiscal 2017, although improvements in the Japanese residential market led to increased sales and production, the generation of waste products fell by 10% year-on-year as reduction activities took effect. Efforts to reduce and reuse waste have also been put into place overseas, and although production increased due to the increase in sales in each market, similar to what is happening domestically, waste generation fell by 5% year-on-year.
The domestic recycling rate remains stable at above 99.5%, but stubbornly remains below 60% overseas, where infrastructure development is lagging. Overseas group production companies will strive to promote the reduction of waste, with the development of waste treatment companies and waste usage as important issues. In 2018 its main motto is to increase the recycling rate by 99%.
Recycling and Waste management convention 2018 proudly invites contributors across the globe to 9th World Convention on Recycling and Waste Management during October 22-23,2018 in Osaka,Japan, which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions. We are delighted to say that it is the 9th world convention on recycling and waste management which will be held in a beautiful city of Osaka,Japan and hence we invite you all to attend and register.
9th world convention on recycling and waste management is mainly based on the theme “Promote Sustainability and go green’’ We warmly welcome all the participants of world’s leading Scientists, Researchers and Scholars to attend the Convention. We provide a platform for young researchers and students to present their research through oral presentations through which they can develop a foundation for collaboration among young researchers.
The organising committee aims at setting a platform for all the budding scientists and researchers to present their real-time work and share their views and aspects related to the theme of the conference. The organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world.
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The increasing trend in recycling and waste management has increased. Recycling is a way of life. Once we have made that choice to implement all the steps of recycling in our daily lives, and stick to that choice every single day, recycling becomes second nature to us. Sure there will be lapses; it’s not easy for us creatures of habit. But no matter, we press on. Every small contribution to the recycling movement and the initiative to protect our environment adds up to how our present society eventually shapes our nation’s and the Earth’s future. Waste management or Waste disposal is all the activities and actions required to manage waste from its inception to its final disposal. Very one of us has an important role to play in reducing the quantity of waste buried in landfills. Sorting waste in order to recycle or compost it are efficient means to reduce garbage.
But why should we do it?
1. Because our consuming habits have evolved considerably since the previous generation. We consume more intensely as new products are put on the market and consequently, we produce an ever increasing amount of waste. Two-third of that waste can be either recycled or composted.
2. Because waste ending up in landfills produces leachate and landfill biogas that are harmful for the water we drink and the air we breathe. Biogas contains mainly methane, a greenhouse gas that is 29% more powerful than carbon dioxide (CO2).
3. Because the management of our waste is a clean way of living that shows how much we respect the people closest to us. Waste sorting decisions we make today will encourage our children to learn and influence the quality of life of future generations.
Why to Attend?
The conference will provide a forum for exchange of recent research results among researchers from all across the world focused on learning and sharing knowledge upon use of Recycling and for discussion of future challenges in implementation and application of latest technologies and advances in this field. With members from around the world focused on learning about Recycling and waste management, this is your single best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from all over the world. Conduct demonstrations, distribute information, meet with current and potential customers, make a splash with a new product line, and receive name recognition at this 2-day event. Best Opportunity to Meet World-renowned speakers and to learn and share the most recent techniques, Theories and technologies in the field of Recycling and Waste management. 9th World Convention on Recycling and Waste Management is an exciting opportunity to showcase the new technology, the new products of your company, and/or the service your industry may offer to a broad international audience. It covers a lot of topics and it will be a nice platform to showcase their recent researches on recycling and waste management and other interesting topics.
Osaka,Japan Conferences, Workshops and Symposiums are providing the opportunity for the world’s most scientific and technological aspirants to be acknowledged with the new trends in science and technology by arranging internationally biggest platform in Osaka,Japan. Though physically small, Osaka,Japan is an economic giant. It has been Southeast Asia's most modern city for over a century. In terms of educational, cultural as well as political aspects, Osaka,Japan have a special place. Apart from this, the city is also famous for its largest tourist visit. Osaka,Japan usually witnesses a minimum of 28-29 degrees Celsius and a maximum of 40 degrees Celsius. Based on climate records since 1929, the lowest temperature recorded till date has been 19.4 degrees Celsius on January 31, 1934 and the highest was on March 26, 1998 at 40 degrees Celsius. Osaka,Japan is also popular for its good transportation and communication facilities.Osaka,Japan’s main airport is an experience not to be missed, if only to find out why it’s consistently ranked as one of the best in the world.
Thankfully, air travellers won’t need to go out of their way to experience the multitude of shopping, dining and entertainment experiences on offer at the airport’s three terminals.
Ø Research Scientists
Ø Recycling Associations
Ø Recycling Industries
Ø Recycling Researchers
Ø Business Entrepreneurs
Ø Environmental Academia’s
Ø Green Energy Training Institutes
Ø Chemical Engineers
Ø Environmental Engineers
Ø Waste Management Associations