Cooperation in Solid Waste and Resource Management

Version imprimableEnvoyer à un ami

The Institute for Water Quality, Resource and Waste Management of Vienna University of Technology (Austria) offers its collaboration in a research project under the ACP Science and Technology Programme. Our fields of interest and expertise in research and teaching are the following: Solid waste and resource management; Waste sampling and analysis; Assessing and investigation of waste management systems; Waste disposal and recycling; Additional experience in project management of EC-funded research projects. If interested, please contact Mr. Jakob Lederer (j.lederer@iwa.tuwien.ac.at).

Date: 
Fév 23 2009

We know that globalization involves the movement of huge quantities of goods primarily by vessels that cause a large amount of air pollution.
We known that after the necessary separate waste collection systems, the amount of waste disposed to landfill is rising steadily.
Westlogistics has an alternative solution that addresses both the problem of pollution ship and the problem of solid waste disposal.

Westlogistics Srl holds the international patent for an alternative naval propulsion system that allows ships to be fueled by treated wastes (RDF) in lieu of petroleum based fuels.

According to the Kyoto Treaty, the possibility of fueling ships with non-fossil fuel nullifies the value of the CO2 emissions in the atmosphere and officially places the system into the eco-sustainable transport category

• The patented system is eco-compatible
• It conforms to global strategies on ecological transport
• It is economically sustainable
• It save fossil fuel
• It provides appealing economic and environmental incentive to the ship owner/operators
• It closes the waste treatment cycle
• It does not adversely affect the present waste treatment market

We have solved all problems tecnical and economic for river or sea vessels, new vessel or revamping.

Westlogistics Srl seeks a industrial partner to realize the project.
Tank you

Franco Piermartini
President
Westlogistics Srl

Centre for Global Environmental Culture (CGEC) of IUBAT—International University of Business Agriculture and Technology, Uttara, Dhaka-1230, Bangladesh is seeking a collaborative project on solid waste management to solve huge garbage problem of Dhaka city. We will be pleased if the Institute for Water Quality, Resource and Waste Management of Vienna University of Technology of Austria comes forward to work with us to solve the garbage problem sharing our indigenous knowledge of solid waste management. Please help us with technical and financial support.

Thank you,

Dr. M.A. Rahman
Coordinator, Centre for Global Environmental Culture
IUBAT, Dhaka-1230, Bangladesh
http://www.iubat.edu

Our research group in Environmental and Water Resources Engineering, of Indian Institute of Technology Madras has been working on the problem of alleviating the water, land and air pollution due to open dumping of soildwastes in particular municipal solidwaste. We are seeking a collaborative project on solid waste management, with special reference to ground water contamination due to leachate and to control the VOC emissions in Chennai city dumping site. We are also discussing with INSA Lyon France on this project. We will be pleased if the Institute for Water Quality, Resource and Waste Management of Vienna University of Technology of Austria comes forward to work with us to solve the pollution problem due to open dumping sharing our indigenous knowledge of solid waste management. We are looking for a joint research project with technical and financial inputs.
http://www.iitm.ac.in