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E-Waste Pollution Control and Recycling

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With the continuous increase in human energy demand and the rapid development of the economy and society, the production of electronic waste, represented by discarded batteries and various inorganic solid wastes, is also continuously increasing. This not only leads to the waste of resources but also causes serious pollution to the environment. Electronic waste has significant resource attributes and is a valuable secondary resource that can be utilized, as well as environmental attributes. With the advancement of the construction of " zero-waste city," the resource recovery process of electronic waste and the issue of secondary pollution are increasingly receiving widespread attention from all sectors of society. Scientific recycling can not only reduce resource waste but also avoid potential threats to the environment and human health. This sub-conference will provide a platform for the exchange of scientific research results and academic discussions, stimulate innovative thinking, and explore the path to ecological and environmental construction in the field of electronic waste recycling, contributing to environmental protection and promoting resource recycling.

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  • Mengjun CHEN Professor

    Southwest University of Science and Technology

    Mengjun Chen, professor, doctoral supervisor, has long been engaged in solid waste pollution control and recycling research. He has been selected as a reserve candidate for academic and technical leaders in Sichuan Province, won 2 provincial and ministerial awards, presided over more than 10 national/provincial projects including 4 National Natural Science Foundation of China, and published more than 60 papers as the first/corresponding author in top journals such as Environmental Science & Technology, Journal of Power Source, He has published more than 60 papers in TOP journals such as Environmental Science & Technology, Journal of Power Source, Environment International, Resource Conservation & Recycling, etc. He has been authorized more than 10 national invention patents and 2 PCT patents, edited 1 textbook "Principles of Solid Waste Resource Utilization", and participated in the editing of 5 group standards. He is also the editorial board member of Circular Economy, deputy secretary-general of the Solid Waste Branch of the Chinese Society of Environmental Science, vice president of the Electronic Product Recycling Branch of the China Materials Recycling Association, deputy director of the Resource Comprehensive Utilization Special Committee of China Green Supply Chain Alliance, expert of the Solid Waste and Chemical Management Technology Center of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment, expert of the Sichuan Provincial Prize Evaluation, and member of the Comprehensive Utilization Committee of Non-Ferrous Metallurgical Resources of the Non-ferrous Metals Society of China. China Nonferrous Metals Society, member of the Comprehensive Utilization of Metallurgical Resources Committee, expert of the Expert Committee of China Renewable Resources Industry Technology Innovation Strategy Alliance, etc.
  • Nengwu ZHU Professor

    South China University of Technology

    Nengwu Zhu is a professor, doctoral supervisor and vice dean of the School of Environment and Energy, South China University of Technology.He received his Ph.D. degree from Huazhong Agricultural University in 2003, and worked as a visiting scholar at Rutgers University in the United States from 2010 to 2011. He is mainly engaged in the research of solid waste treatment and resource utilization in the fields of waste electronic products, kitchen waste, hazardous waste, etc. He has been involved in the research of the National Key Research and Development Program (NKRDP) of China. He has presided over and participated in more than 50 projects, including the National Key Research and Development Program, National Natural Science Foundation of China, Guangdong Science and Technology Program, Guangdong Natural Science Foundation, and Guangzhou Industry-University-Research Collaboration and Innovation Major Special Project, etc. He has published more than 130 SCI papers in Angew. Chem., Appl. Catal. B-Environ. and RCR, etc., and has been authorized with more than 20 invention patents. He has published 3 monographs/textbooks.

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