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921    THA: 3rd International Conference on “Bioenergy, Environment & Sustainable Te..
Date 2017-01-06 Hit 364
Contents Conference 23rd to 25th January 2017 Tiruvannamalai, Tamilnadu, India Website: http://www.best.biotechpage.com Contact person: The Organizing Chairman BEST2017 aimed at creating an effective forum for exchanges of innovative ideas and research works in the areas of Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development for Cleaner ..
920    THA: The 3rd International Conference on Renewable Energy Technologies (ICRE..
Date 2017-01-06 Hit 373
Contents Conference 22nd to 24th January 2017 Bangkok, Thailand Website: http://www.icret.org/ Contact person: Miss Cho Chang Index: Ei Compendex, EI (INSPEC, IET), Scopus. COMMITTEE: Conference Chairs: Dr. Nopbhorn Leeprechanon,Thammasat University, Thailand. Organized by: Thammasat University Deadline for abstracts/pro..
919    KSA: Waste Management & Recycling Expo
Date 2017-01-06 Hit 383
Contents Waste Management & Recycling Expo brings together the entire industry in Saudi Arabia with its vast potential. Exhibitor’s Profile Recycling Machines Air Pollution Solutions Composting/Fermentation Consultancy Handling & Logistics Healthcare Waste IT/Software Solutions Material Recycling & Reuse Pest Control Refuse Disp..
918    THA: International Conference on Innovations in Chemical, Biological and Envi..
Date 2017-01-06 Hit 375
Contents Conference 16th to 17th January 2017 Pattaya, Thailand Website: http://cecabs.org/conference/161 Contact person: Conference Secretary: Carol PHILLIPS he Proceeding will be also submitted to SCOPUS for review & possible Indexing. All accepted papers of ICBES-2017 will be published in the printed conference proceedings with..
917    MAS: Green Buildings & Parks World 2017
Date 2017-01-06 Hit 376
Contents Global warming, rising energy costs, the growing awareness and liability costs associated with “Sick Building Syndrome”, declining oil reserves, and concerns about limited energy and water supply are among the major issues that have been discussed all over the world and contributed to the rise of green buildings. However, the myth that gr..

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