Instructions for abstract preparation for the International Conference

On Industrial Waste & Wastewater Treatment & Valorisation


J.L. First1, P.L. Second2 and J.C. Third2


1Department of l Chemistry, University of Somewhere, City, Region, Postcode, Country

2Department of Chemical Physics, University of Elsewhere, City, Region, Postcode, Country

Keywords: first, second, third, fourth.    

Presenting author email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


The abstract should be normally one page long and in no case should exceed two pages. Use A4 page set-up and make all margins (top, bottom, left, right) 20 mm wide. Use 10 pt Times New Roman font (except for the title which should be in 12 pt bold). Centre the title, the authors’ names, the addresses and keywords and contact email address. Please compose a title that clearly and succinctly describes the content of your work in order to maximise its impact.

Start each paragraph, except the first, with an indent. Justify the body of the text both left and right. Do not use page numbers. Uniformity of abstract style makes the work much easier to digest!

Use clear English to write your abstract, with an emphasis on describing what is new and why it should attract the attention of the audience.

Figures can be in colour or in black and white. Ensure that Figures and Tables have a caption and that they are numbered consecutively.


Table 1. Comparison between theoretical predictions and experimental measurements.


Measured Mass (kg)

Predicted Mass (kg)









References should be made in the style (Dickenson, 2005), Marr and Morrissey (2010) or as Curtis et al (1996).  Leave a blank line above the list of references, and also above the acknowledgements. 

Section headings can be used, but they do take up valuable space: the same can be said of equations.


Abstract review

             The abstracts will be reviewed by members of the Scientific Committee of Conference.       

             The abstract should be submitted in word or pdf format by email to Dr. Konstantinos Moustakas (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). The deadline for abstract submission is 20th January 2015.

More about the Conference

  • When will it take place?

    We are pleased to announce that the International Conference "Industrial waste and wastewater treatment and valorization" will take place from 21st to 23rd May, 2015.
  • Where will it be held?

    The International Conference will be held at the President Hotel in Athens, Greece from 21st to 23rd May, 2015.
  • Register now, its free :-)

    There is no registration fee. Advanced registration is strongly recommended.
  • What's the official conference language?

    For abstracts and papers English is the official language, while for poster presentations both English and Greek can be used. Simultaneous translation from English to Greek will be provided in the conference.

Tinos 2015

3rd International Conference
on Sustainable Solid Waste Management


2-4 July 2015, Tinos island, Greece

Previous Conferences


SYMBIOSIS Conference 2014

  • Athens 2014

2nd International Conference

  • Athens 2012

1st   International Conference

Papers on the following topics are welcome:
  • Industrial waste & wastewater treatment
  • Removal of industrial pollutants
  • Micro pollutants in water and wastewater
  • Industrial Symbiosis as a Business Model
  • Industrial Ecology
  • Eco-Industrial Parks
  • Policy and Legislation for Industrial Symbiosis
  • Cleaner Production Technologies & Approaches
  • Environmental Economics in Industry
  • Management tools (LCA, Carbon footprint, ecotoxicology, etc.)
  • Water management in industry
  • Industrial waste & wastewater valorization & reuse
  • Innovative technologies and processes (wastewater, sludge & odours)
  • Urban wastewater treatment & reuse
  • Decision tools on industrial waste management
  • Resource Efficiency in Process Industries
  • Reuse of Materials into Products
  • Barriers & suggestions for full-scale implementation of Zero Liquid Discharge approaches
  • Resources recovery (nutrients, energy, water, bioplastics, etc.)
  • Plant Wide & Unit Process Modelling, Optimization and Control
  • Energy balances & energy savings
  • Energy use in industry