SIDISA 2021 - XI International Symposium on Environmental Engineering

Date 29.06.2021 - 02.07.2021
Location Turin, Italy

EWA supports the conference: SIDISA 2021 - XI International Symposium on Environmental Engineering

The National Association of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering (ANDIS), the Italian Group of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering (GITISA) are pleased to announce the 11th International Symposium on Environmental Engineering (SIDISA 2020) that will be held in the city of Turin from 29 June to 2 July 2021.

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Three specialized sessions are foreseen:

1) Water management in developing countries (organized by Hydroaid)
2) Waste Management in developing countries
3) Environmental sustainability of mining activities (organized in the framework of EC Remind Project: Renewable Energies for Water Treatment and Reuse in Mining Industries).

The Symposium leading theme is the enhancement of the environmental sustainability of anthropic activities in all fields: water, soil and atmosphere. This was also the main research activity of Prof. Giuseppe Genon to whom the Symposium is dedicated. Particularly, his strong passion for the environment protection has brought to the birth of the Politecnico di Torino Environmental Engineering Group that, together with the other national and international groups, is fighting against the time for the environment preservation. The Symposium is aimed to achieve a significant step in this direction with the contribute of all participants and a particular attention to the innovation and application of advanced technologies. Some prizes will be granted to authors under 28 years attending the Symposium, in order to celebrate the Prof. Genon commitment towards environmental education of young people.

The Symposium program includes the possibility of treatment plants visit, in addition to EC project meetings, workshop on wastewater treatment modeling, seminars and side events organized by the Companies. Sessions concerning water and waste management in developing countries are also scheduled.


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