The Sardinia Symposia are a biennial event organized by the International Waste Working Group (IWWG), with the scientific support of the Universities of Padova, Tongji, Fukuoka and the Technical Universities of Luleå and Hamburg. Founded in 1987, the conference usually gathers more than 700 participants from all around the world, with more than 400 papers presented at each edition, making the Sardinia Symposium the most important solid waste management conference in the world.
The secret of this success? Easily said:
An increasing number of young scientists is taking part in this event, acknowledging it as an important opportunity for scientific networking and debate
Attendance is largely international with more than 70 countries represented from all continents
Consistent participation of affirmed scientists
High-level scientific content supported by innovation and creativity
A venue, a setting, a natural environment, a hotel complex, a social programme that render the socialization and professional and scientific networking simply unique.