Recycle started off as a symposium in 2012; as an initiative of Waste Management Research Group (WMRG), Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IITG). In 2016 it gradually rose to the level of an international conference. Recycle 2016 was a grand success which was quite evident by the huge number of participants. After the immense success of the 1st international conference, Recycle 2018 is here again to draw the attention of national and international researchers, scientists and academicians to discuss and learn about latest innovative ideas and technology for waste management. This conference is a unique international platform for networking with colleagues and experts across the world.
This a the second edition of "Recycle". This a the second edition of "Recycle". Recycle 2018 emphasizes on the core issues of waste management through safe and efficient practices. It aims to awaken the awareness of researchers, scientists, professionals and citizens about the safe practices and latest technology for treating organic wastes. The conference focuses mainly on separation at source, biological treatment of organic waste, biowaste utilization, sludge and leachate management, reduce, reuse and recycling. Recycle 2018 will provide an excellent platform for exchanging and discussing the ideas, practices and techniques for management of wastes. With more focus on cutting edge presentations, panel discussions and interactive sessions with experts.
Waste Management Research Group (WMRG) focuses on biological treatment of solid waste. Biological treatment of organic wastes i.e., food waste, sludge, aquatic and terrestrial weeds through composting, vermicomposting and anaerobic digestion. WMRG also deals with the isolation and characterization of metal resistant microbes.
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IITG) is one of the leading institutes of technology and excellence in India, established in 1994. At present the institute has eleven departments and four interdisciplinary academic centres. IITG has world class infrastructure for carrying out advanced research and has been equipped with state-of-the-art scientific and engineering instruments. With a sprawling campus of 285 hectares of land on the north bank of river Brahmaputra, around 20 kms from the heart of Guwahati city.