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International Journal of Waste Management and Technology is peer-reviewed, online an open journal. It serves as an international archival forum of scholarly research related to the International Journal of Waste Management and Technology. International Journal of Waste Management and Technology has covered all the fields of Waste Management and Technology related topics. There is no limitation in this journal.
International Journal of Waste Management and Technology (IJWMT) is covering all the fields of Waste Management and Technology such as Generation and characterization, Minimization, Recycling and reuse, Storage, collection, transport, and transfer, Treatment (mechanical, biological, chemical, thermal, other), Landfill disposal (including design, monitoring, remediation of old sites), Environmental considerations, Financial and marketing aspects, Policy and regulations, Education and training, Planning and implementation, Multicriteria assessment of waste treatment technologies, technology implementation, future technology management strategies, Landfill topics, Recycling, Economics, Waste reduction, Energy recovery and thermal treatment, Composting and biological treatment, Policy, Regulations, EU directives, Facility siting, Public involvement, Education, Household hazardous wastes, Waste composition studies, Chemical and biochemical treatment, Contaminated sites, Municipal wastes, Industrial wastes, Mining and mineral wastes, Medical wastes, Scrap tires, Food waste, Agricultural wastes, Research topics, Modeling, Utilization of waste materials, Case studies, Solid waste dust, Innovative technologies, Waste collection, Waste generation studies, Integrated waste management, Equipment, Sludge, Ash, industrial waste, Use of waste materials in construction, Environmental impacts, Construction and demolition wastes, Geotechnical topics, Liners, caps, gas and leachate, Environmental equity, Carbon emissions reduction, and............. many more.
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