18th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON WASTE MANAGEMENT
AND SUSTAINABLE LANDFILLING / 11-15 OCTOBER 2021
18th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON WASTE MANAGEMENT
AND SUSTAINABLE LANDFILLING / 11-15 OCTOBER 2021

Sardinia Symposium 2021

For the first time, the Sardinia Symposium has been delivered in a hybrid event format, combining an in-person conference experience with a virtual component.
The 18th edition, organised by IWWG - International Waste Working Group, has been held from 11th to 15th October 2021 at the Forte Village Resort in Sardinia, Italy. 

Delegates were able to attend either in person or online from any place in the world and they could experience all the usual highlights of Sardinia Symposia including leading keynote presentations, parallel oral sessions, workshops, poster presentations, commercial exhibition and outstanding networking opportunities.
Through a powerful virtual platform, delegates were able to explore live and on-demand content, interact in live streamed Q&A discussions and engage virtually with other industry professionals.

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Did you miss the Symposium? You can still register and gain access to all contents on-demand! You will be able to rewatch all conference sessions, read all papers and interact with other attendees. FILL IN THE FORM >

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Latest news

Virtual platform & mobile app

For the first time, the event has been delivered in a hybrid format through our virtual platform and mobile app. All recorded sessions are now available on-demand for rewatching.

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Post-event report

A huge thank you to all participants who contributed to making this edition a special one! Take a look at some post-event data and feedback from our delegates.

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Symposium structure

Discover the full daily programme! More than 270 scientific presentations structured in 4 parallel tracks: 50 oral sessions, 15 workshops, 3 active labs.

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Symposium Chairs

Raffaello COSSU
University of Padova (IT)
Jurate KUMPIENE
Luleå University of Technology (SE)
Rainer STEGMANN
Hamburg University of Technology (DE)

With the scientific support of