‘Waste Architecture Platform’ is a complex project
conceived as container of initiatives devoted to
environmental architecture in connection with
interventions concerning the collection, disposal
and management of waste

SPECIAL ISSUE 2019 / WASTE MANAGEMENT IN LANDSCAPE AND URBAN AREAS

We are glad to announce that DETRITUS – Multidisciplinary Journal for Waste Resources and Residues edited by Cisa Publisher will publish a special issue on “Waste Management in Landscape and Urban Areas” with selected papers from the Workshop on Waste Architcture scheduled for Tuesday 1st October (see sessions H3, H4, H5 and H6 in the symposium programme).
Detritus is now indexed in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) / Clarivate Analitics / Web of Science.

The special issue will focus on:
Requalification of landfills / Architecture of buildings for waste treatment (incinerators, composting plants, etc…) / Architectural and technical aspects in planning municipal waste treatment and collection systems / Recycling plants / New models of reuse centres / Pneumatic waste collection system in the urban space / Waste management and urban areas: successful case studies / Other

Waste managers, researchers, architects and experts in urban planning, are invited to send their contribution no later than 26th August.
Articles should be prepared using the template provided and submitted using the online submission form. Contributions in the form of short papers (3-4 pages) will also be accepted.
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GET YOUR PAPER ACCEPTED AND NOMINATE IT FOR SPECIAL ISSUE ON WASTE ARCHITECTURE

Detritus is a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal which publishes papers on waste resources, residue management and engineering. The journal is aimed at extending the “waste” concept by opening up the field to other waste-related disciplines (earth science, applied microbiology, environmental science, architecture, art, law, forensic engineering, etc.) welcoming strategic, review and opinion papers. Detritus is a double open journal: free access for readers and free submission for authors in order to promote the transfer of scientific knowledge with no economical constraints. Accepted papers will be immediately processed and made available on line with a DOI number. The journal is currently indexed in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) – Web of Science and in Google Scholar. DOAJ, Scopus and Anvur are reviewing the indexing application. Articles published since the first issue of Detritus (March 2018) now appear in ESCI and Web of Science™. This will bring higher visibility to the published research, while they will continue to be under evaluation for SCIE, SSCI and Anvur.


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