Poster Sessions

Tuesday, October 24 – Wednesday, October 25 (Exposition Area – Level -1)

Policies and Governance

P1.1 ICT for SDG2 – Reincarnating processes for a healthier world by Harshal Dilip Kate1,2, Harini Swaminathan2,3, Ganesh Ramakrishnan4, Narendra Shah2 (1Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India, India; 2Centre for Technology Alternatives for Rural Areas (CTARA), Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India; 3IITB-Monash Research Academy, Mumbai, India; 4Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India)
P1.2  Multidimensional Assessment of Sustainability: Harmony vs. the Turning Point by Stanislav Edward Shmelev (Environment Europe, United Kingdom)
P1.3  Impact of changing policies on agricultural productivity: a case of the Gezira scheme, Sudan by Eltigani Elnour Abdelgalil (University of Gezira, Sudan)
P1.4  Nutrient recycling for food security and safety in Mekong countries: a closing loop of manure management in smallholder farming by Ngamnet Aektasaeng (Mekong Institute, Thailand)
P1.5 Phosphorus recycling strategies for Switzerland by Jonas Ramon Mehr1, Michael Jedelhauser2, Claudia Binder1 (1EPFL, Switzerland; 2University of Munich, Germany)
P1.6 Sustainability evaluation for water and sludge management in small islands: the case study in Kinmen, Taiwan by Huan-Yu Shiu, Mengshan Lee, Pei-Te Chiueh (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)
P1.7  Land as a resource by Alexa K. Lutzenberger, Franziska Lichter (ALRENE Enigineering office, Germany)
P1.8  Development of environmentally extended input-output model tailored for RME calculation by Jan Kovanda (Charles University Environment Center, Czech Republic)
P1.9 Smart Villages for Enabling Inclusive Growth at Grass-Roots Level in India by Meenakshi Piplani1, Tarun Kumar2 (1M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India; 2Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India)
P1.10  Rochester School a Case Study for Sustainable Business Models by James Alberto Ortega Morales (Universidad Colegio Mayor de Cundinamarca, Colombia)
P1.11 “To Frack or not to frack”. Analysing the contemporary debates on hydraulic fracturing in South Africa by Tendai Chiguware (University of Fort Hare, South Africa)
P1.12 Applying the General Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) for Indian Pubilc Transport by Sai Tejo Kiran Emani, Srinivas Kodali (Terametrics, India)
P1.13 Exploring the cross-tier ripple effect of materials criticality in an automotive supply chain by Yulia Lapko1,2, Paolo Trucco1 (1Politecnico di Milano, Italy; 2KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
P1.14 Global Distribution of Hidden Flows Induced by Consumption of Metals by Kenichi NAKAJIMA1, Keisuke NANSAI1, Kazuyo MATSUBAE2, Makoto TOMITA3, Wataru TAKAYANAGI1 (1National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan; 2Tohoku University; 3Tokai University, Japan)
P1.15  High Performance Recycling in Emerging Economies: Making it Work in the Real World by Anne Scheinberg1, Jeroen IJgosse 2 (1Springloop Coöperatie U.A., Netherlands, The; 2Manaus, Brazil)
P1.16 Participatory Recycling Planning for Public Officials and Project Promoters: Some Cases, Principals and Good Practices based on Integrated Sustainable Waste Management (ISWM) by Anne Scheinberg1, Jeroen IJgosse2 (1Springloop Coöperatie U.A., Netherlands, The; 2Manaus, Brazil)
P1.17 Transforming infrastructures towards sustainability – lessons learnt from using waste heat from wastewater in pilot plants in Cologne by Martin Hirschnitz-Garbers1, Katharina Hölscher2, Alfred Olfert3  (1Ecologic Institute, Germany; 2Dutch Research Institute for Transitions DRIFT, The Netherlands; 3Leibniz Institute of Ecological Urban and Regional Development)

Technology and Innovation

P2.1  Turning Waste into Opportunities by Linda Grieder,Evelyne Zürcher (RethinkResource, Switzerland)
P2.2  A Metodology to Estimate Benefits From WEEE (Waste of Electrical and Electroic Equipment) Recyclig – ECODOM Case Study by Luca Campadello, Mila Gandino, Marco Sala, Simona Ruocco, Stefania Sedini, Giorgio Arienti, Alessia Accili (ECODOM, Italy)
P2.3  A Case Study on Methods for Disposal of Hazardous Chemicals and Laboratory Wastes Based on Life-Cycle Thinking Approach byManisha Basu1, Tarun Kumar2 (1M. S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India; 2Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India)
P2.4  Eco-industrial Parks & Circular Economy by Lakshmi Raghupathy (TERI University, New Delhi, India)
P2.5 Recycling Technologies & 3Es Concept by Lakshmi Raghupathy (TERI University, New Delhi, India)
P2.6  Resource Efficiency in Recycling Metals – India by Lakshmi Raghupathy (TERI University, New Delhi, India)
P2.7  To Transport Waste or Transport Recycling Plant: Insights from Life-Cycle Analysis by Guilhem Grimaud1,2, Laratte Bertrand2,3, Perry Nicolas2 (1MTB Recycling, 38460 Trept, France; 2Arts & Métiers ParisTech, I2M-IMC, UMR 5295, Talence, France; 3APESA-Innovation, France)
P2.8 Reducing the electric energy losses in the rock fracture due to plasma-mechanical method by Anton Kleshchov, Oleh Terentiev (NGO “Resource Efficient and Cleaner Production Centre”, Ukraine)
P2.9 Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BiPV) : Renewable Energy for Future India by Avantika Srivastava1, Tarun Kumar2 (1M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India; 2Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India)
P2.10 Maximising the power of the sun for natural resource utilization and Sustainable development by Nyanzi Samuel (Rural Community in Development (RUCID), Uganda)
P2.11 Addressing Resource Efficiency using Biomimetics: Design and Development of an EcoTRIZ Model by Meenakshi Piplani1, Tarun Kumar2 (1M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India; 2Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India)
P2.12  Internationally recognized information tools to enable individual and institutional consumers to make informed choices by Asong Valantine Tellen1, Chi Napoleon Forpah2, Judith Ngang3 (1Pan African Institute for Development – West Africa (PAID-WA), P.O.Box 133, Buea, Cameroon; 2Watershed Task Group, P.O Box 13206 Douala, Cameroon; 3NEHSU FOODS Company LTD, Douala, Cameroon)
P2.13 Win-Win Relationships: Meeting Gourmet chefs with organic producers in Bogota by Jose Luis Eduardo Lopez Rosse (CIDES UMSA, Bolivia, Plurinational State of)
P2.14  Efficient use of the global organic waste resource for methanol production by Gustav R Grob (ISEO, Switzerland)
P2.15 Phosphorus Recovery from Incinerated Sewage Sludge using the Improved Hard Process by Bhavish Patel1, Rudolf Struis1, Mohamed Tariq1, Albert Schuler1, Tanja Schaaf2, Ludwig Harmann2, Christian Ludwig1 (1Paul Scherrer Institute, General Energy Research Department, Laboratory for Energy and Materials Cycles, CH-5232 Villingen PSI, Switzerland; 2Outotec GmbH & Co. KG Ludwig-Erhard-Strasse 21, D-61440 Oberursel, Germany)
P2.16 Development of an integrated model for sustainability assessment of a new “Smart Mining Technology” by Katharina Rosin, Jiangxue Liu, Jan Bongaerts (TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany) Presented by Mariya Rochikashvili
P2.17 Assessment of the Supply Chain for Rare Earth Elements by Jiangxue Liu1, Jan Bongaerts1, Leopold Weber2 (1TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany; 2University of Wien, Austria) Presented by Mariya Rochikashvili

Lifestyles and Education

P 3.1  Cross-Border Cooperations for the Implementation of SDGs: Young People from Developing Countries and International Experts Working Together on an Equal Footing! by Michael Muellneritsch (Aracuba GmbH, Austria)
P 3.2 Indigenous Mining Equity by César de la Cruz Curril (IMEF – Indigenous Mining Equity Foundation Initiative, Switzerland)
P 3.3  Efficiency of Resources Consumption and Food Security by Diana Carolina Bedoya (Coordenada Cero, Medellin, Colombia)
P 3.4  Assessment of Drinking Water Quality in the City of Bangalore, India by Meenakshi Piplani1, Tarun Kumar2 (1M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology,Bangalore, India; 2Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India)
P 3.5 Preliminary Design Explorations for Human Colonies on Mars by Meenakshi Piplani1, Tarun Kumar2 (1M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India; 2Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India)


Posters will address topical issues related to the main themes of the WRF 2017:

► Governance of Raw Materials
► Circular Economy and Sustainable Recycling
► Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
► Business Concepts on Resource Efficiency and Decoupling
► Sustainable Consumption and Production
► Life Cycle Thinking
► Smart Cities, Infrastructure and Lifestyles