Recy & DepoTech 2022: Call for papers


With more than 500 participants, Recy & DepoTech has developed into Austria's biggest waste management conference over the past few years. For the 16th time, representatives from science and industry will meet between November 9 and 11, 2022, in Leoben/Austria, to discuss current topics in waste management and technology.

We want to offer our national and international participants an interesting conference program and therefore, we’d like to invite you to present your practical experience or scientific findings in the form of a talk or poster at Recy & DepoTech 2022.

Please submit your paper proposal online by November 30, 2021, at the latest, and present a talk or poster at Recy & DepoTech 2022.

Details of the “Call for Papers” and the submission form can be found at

https://www.recydepotech.at/en/fuer_autoren-call_for_papers/

www.recydepotech.at

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