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Publication of selected papers in a peer reviewed journal


First Impact Factor: 1.056 (Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports® 2015)

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Technical tours


Free technical tours

Following the Conference, two technical tours will be proposed on Friday May 27, 2016.

A Waste-to-Energy plant (Novergie) and a landfill-to-biogas and hydrogen valorisation plant (Trifyl) will be visited. Both visits are organised as follows:


May 27, 2016

(Friday morning)

May 27, 2016

(Friday afternoon)



8:45 am (bus departure)**

Transportation time: 1h15

Visit duration: 2h

12:45 pm (bus departure)**

Transportation time: 1h15

Visit duration: 2h


(Biogas, H2)

8:30 am (bus departure)**

Transportation time: 1h

Visit duration: 2h

13:00 pm (bus departure)**

Transportation time: 1h

Visit duration: 2h

* Each participant may select only one visit.

** Limited availability: 30 persons per visit.


The registration to the technical tours is free of charges and available for WasteEng2016 registered participants whose paiement has been completed. The registration should be done in your account using the button "Technical tour". Each visit is limited to 30 persons (first come, first served!). Time of visits is of about 2 hours.



Novergie (Econotre subsidiary of Suez Environnement): Waste-to-Energy plant

Econotre is a company running 153 municipal waste treatment and valorisation facilities. This plant started its activity in 2001, and is composed with a Waste-to-Energy plant of 170 000 tonnes/year capacity. Some details about this Waste-to-Energy plant:

– In 2015: 53 000 MWh heating and 104 127 MWh electricity.

– In 2016: CHP will be in operation with 7 acres of greenhouses for agriculture. The objective is to increase this number to 20 acres of greenhouses with heating capacity of 25 500 MWh.

The plant is located close to Toulouse.


Trifyl: Waste-to-Biogas and hydrogen valorisation

Trifyl is a public company running a bioreactor. This bioreactor started its activity in 2007, and is treating ultimate wastes from the Tarn region. The bioreactor is producing biogas which is valorised into electricity and hydrogen, and the leachate is re-introduced into the reactor to increase the digestion rate.

The plant is located in the Tarn region.

Registration opened

WasteEng2016 Conference

May 23-26, 2016

Summer School

May 19-21, 2016

Important dates

Deadline early bird registration
February 19, 2016

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Publication of Special & Topical Issues

Following the successful experience of previous WasteEng conferences, high-quality and original contributions will be selected for publication in Waste and Biomass Valorization, a Springer peer-reviewed journal now included in the Web of Science, with other journals considered as well.