Over the last decades an intensive application of numerous different disciplines concerning waste issues has occurred. The questions asked and solutions proposed have become increasingly specific. The spectrum of activities on one hand ranges form the development of scientific-analytical methods on lab scale up to optimization techniques on facility or process scale. On the other hand, it is important hat the whole waste management system and the entire life cycle, respectively, should be taken into considerations by both social and other sciences.
Accordingly, the 2nd BOKU Waste Conference 2007 will embark on an intra-disciplinary strategy, focusing on:
-) Assessment of Waste Minimization
-) Compost Quality and Soil Improvement
-) Utilization of Landfall Gas and Emission Mitigation
-) Final Storage Quality