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Industrial and Domestic Waste Management

Aims & Scope

The journal is intended to provide a platform for research communities from different disciplines to disseminate, exchange and communicate all aspects of industrial and domestic waste management. The topics of this journal include, but are not limited to:

  • Address waste management policy, education, and economic and environmental assessments
  • Pollution prevention, clean technologies, conservation/recycling/reuse
  • Multicriteria assessment of waste treatment technologies
  • Stakeholder role: technology implementation, future technology management strategies
  • Participatory decision making, integration of policies/research in the waste sector
  • Case studies and environmental impact analysis in the waste sector
  • Air, water, soil, groundwater, radiological pollution, control/management
  • Environmental pollution, prevention/control, waste treatment/management
  • Water and municipal/agricultural/industrial wastewater and waste treatment
  • Solid/hazardous/biosolids/residuals waste, treatment/minimization/disposal/management
  • Environmental quality standards, legislation, regulations, policy
  • Public/environmental health, environmental toxicology, risk assessment
  • Sources/transport/fate of pollutants in the environment; remediation, restoration
  • Mathematical/modelling techniques, case studies