Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Phoenix Machinery Presents at the 17th International Scientific Conference

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The 17th International Scientific Conference, held on 12 -13 November, covered scientific applications for various industries, such as medical, nutritional, fundamental, social, economic, and engineering sciences.

Rabih Osta, Phoenix Machinery General Manager, presented at the 17th International Scientific Conference held at the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK) main campus in Jounieh, Lebanon. Osta presented ‘Waste to Energy’ on behalf of Neemat Frem, INDEVCO Group CEO.

Phoenix Machinery, Lebanese machinery manufacturer located in Safra, supports scientific advancement. The manufacturer is a member company of INDEVCO Group.

The scientific conference was organized by the Lebanese Association for the Advancement of Science and the Holy Spirit University of Kasilk (USEK) in collaboration with the Lebanese National Council for Scientific Research.

Phoenix Machinery Presentation

Osta’s presentation took place during the second Plenary Session, ‘Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency and Global Warming’ on 13 November 2010.

In line with Phoenix Machinery’s vision to promote eco-friendly initiatives, Phoenix Machinery’s General Manager presented different types of waste to energy technologies and discussed competing technologies.

Osta’s presentation fell under the ‘Environment and Waste Management’ section of fundamental science. He explained waste to energy emissions and corresponding controls and discussed the waste and energy situation in Lebanon.

Furthermore, he proposed an optimum solution for Lebanon and conducted a financial analysis for justification.

17th International Scientific Conference Objectives

The 17th Scientific Conference brought together participants and presenters from all over the world to discuss pressing issues and new scientific advancements and technologies locally, regionally and internationally.

The conference enhances and reviews scientific and technological research for sustainable development, as well as introduces and discusses the newest scientific research trends.[i]

Rabih Osta, Phoenix Machinery Genernal Manager
presenting 'Waste to Energy'

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