All papers accepted to the Sardinia 2019 Symposium will be published on a dedicated volume of Symposium proceedings (CISA Publisher, ISBN classification, ISSN classification). One copy of proceedings is always included in the registration fee to the conference and made available to Symposium participants at the start of the event. All submitted papers (PDF Documents) will also be available for instant download through a purpose made online members area.
Additionally, a considerable number of leading papers selected by the Symposium Scientific Committee will be processed, following revision and updating, for publication on international renowned journals.
Publishing agreements have been made with the journals reported below. Further partnerships are currently under discussion and will be announced soon. Please make sure to check this webpage regularly to stay updated.
Journal of Hazardous Materials
We are proud to announce that the Journal of Hazardous Materials will publish a special issue on 'Handling hazardous materials in MSW management' with selected papers from the Sardinia 2019 Symposium.
The Journal of Hazardous Materials publishes high-impact contributions on characterization of the harmful effects of chemicals and materials, measurement and monitoring of HM transport and fate of HM in environment, impact assessment and management, physico-chemical and separation processes for HM removal, advanced oxidation process for HM removal, thermal processes for HM removal, biological processes for HM Removal, demonstrated safer and cleaner technologies, resource recovery (energy and materials). The journal is indexed on all primary databases.
Impact Factor: 6.434, CiteScore: 6.75.
Journal of Sustainable Cement-Based Materials
We are proud to announce that the Journal of Sustainable Cement-based Materials, edited by Taylor and Francis Group, will publish a special issue on “Sustainable Management in secondary Raw Materials' with selected papers from the Sardinia 2019 Symposium.
The Journal aims to publish theoretical and applied researches on materials, products and structures that incorporate cement. The journal is a forum for discussion of research on manufacture, hydration and performance of cement-based materials; novel experimental techniques; the latest analytical and modelling methods; the examination and the diagnosis of real cement and concrete structures; and the potential for improved cement-based materials. Journal of Sustainable Cement-Based Materials is now indexed in: Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) / Scopus / Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS).
Detritus - Multidisciplinary Journal for Waste Resources and Residues
A set of special issues of Detritus will be compiled, based on a selected number of top research papers from the Sardinia 2019 Symposium.The journal will publish the following volumes:
Waste and Health Waste Architecture - Waste management in landscape and urban areas Sustainable waste management at Universities
Detritus is a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal which publishes papers on waste resources, residue management and engineering. The journal is aimed at extending the “waste” concept by opening up the field to other waste-related disciplines (earth science, applied microbiology, environmental science, architecture, art, law, forensic engineering, etc.) welcoming strategic, review and opinion papers. Detritus is a double open journal: free access for readers and free submission for authors in order to promote the transfer of scientific knowledge with no economical constraints. Accepted papers will be immediately processed and made available on line with a DOI number. The journal is currently indexed in Google Scholar and in Emerging Sources Citation Index ESCI / Clarivate Analytics / Web of Science. DOAJ, Scopus and ANVUR are reviewing the indexing application.
Ingegneria dell'Ambiente (only for Italian authors)
IdA - Ingegneria dell’Ambiente pubblica articoli riguardanti la ricerca tecnico-scientifica negli ambiti di interesse inerenti l'Ingegneria Sanitaria Ambientale e si propone come strumento in lingua italiana per raggiungere e dialogare con il mondo dei tecnici ambientali, dei liberi professionisti, dei formatori, dei funzionari della pubblica amministrazione, e degli Enti di controllo. Ingegneria dell'Ambiente è riconosciuta da ANVUR (Agenzia Nazionale di Valutazione del Sistema Universitario e della Ricerca) come rivista scientifica dell'Area 08 ed è indicizzata in Google Scholar. La pubblicazione su IdA è riconosciuta ai fini dell'ottenimento di 5 crediti per la formazione informale prevista degli Ordini Professionali.