Industrial Symbiosis Research Symposium & ISIE Americas 2018

Mon, October 29 2018, 6:00 PM - Thu, November 01 2018, 6:00 PM [CAST]

Calle 15, Avenida 14., Cartago, Provincia de Cartago, Costa Rica

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Costa Rican Registration (e.g. practitioner, professor from CR) Partial Approval -$50.00

Includes food in the days and translation - welcome for industrial visitors, professors, etc

Student of TEC Costa Rica Partial Approval - $20.00

For Students of TEC. Includes Lunch and coffee breaks)

International Student (ISIE Member) Partial Approval -$45.00

Student registration for members of the International Society of Industrial Ecology see https://is4ie.org/about/membership

International Student Partial Approval - $65.00

Includes lunches and coffee

Standard Registration (ISIE Member) Partial Approval -$90.00

Discount price from member of the International Society of Industrial Ecology see https://is4ie.org/about/membership

Standard Registration Partial Approval - $120.00

Includes lunches and coffee

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Event Information

Mon, October 29 2018, 6:00 PM - Thu, November 01 2018, 6:00 PM [CAST]

About the Event

UPDATED SCHEDULE!! (SUBJECT TO SOME CHANGES)

Monday, October 29

18:00 Informal welcome at the Hyatt  with drinks (Meet Hyatt lobby) 

Momentum Pinares Plaza San Jose San Jose CR, San José Province, Curridabat, 11803, Costa Rica

19:00 Informal dinner near the Hyatt 

 

Tuesday, October 30

Calle 15, Avenida 14., Cartago, Provincia de Cartago, 30101, Costa Rica (Building D3)

 

Begin End Session Topic Speaker
8:00 All day Registration    
9:00 9:15 Opening session   Jose Alfaro / Graham Aid
9:15 9:30 Introduction to TEC    
9:30 10:00 Keynote speaker presentation
Historical Contributions of IE & IS to Green Transformations
Marian Chertow
10:00 10:15 Keynote speaker presentation Q&A
10:15 10:30 Coffee break    
10:30 10:50 Session "Focus on Industrial Symbiosis"
Developments in Industrial Symbiosis Scholarship, 1992-2017: Bibliometric analysis using databases
Koichi S. Kanaoka
10:50 11:00 Session "Focus on Industrial Symbiosis" Q&A
11:00 11:20 Session "Focus on Industrial Symbiosis"
The utility of waste stocking to enhance industrial symbiosis businesses
Devrim Murat YAZAN
11:20 11:30 Session "Focus on Industrial Symbiosis" Q&A
11:30 11:50 Session "Focus on Industrial Symbiosis"
Economic Cost Analysis of Wastewater Treatment in a Typical Chemical Industry Park
Lyu Yizheng
11:50 12:00 Session "Focus on Industrial Symbiosis" Q&A
12:00 12:20 Session "Focus on Industrial Symbiosis"
MBRACE: Circular Economy at the Small Scale
Jose Alfaro
12:20 12:30 Session "Focus on Industrial Symbiosis" Q&A
12:30 13:30 Lunch    
13:30 14:00 Keynote speaker presentation
Preliminary Title: Academic Publishing in Industrial Ecology
Reid Lifset
14:00 14:15 Keynote speaker presentation Q&A
14:15 14:35 Session Tools of Industrial Ecology
EXPERIMENT-PLAN-DO: Tools to help the industrial system move towards a circular economy
Carmen Ruiz-Puente
14:35 14:45 Session Tools of Industrial Ecology Q&A
14:45 15:05 Session Tools of Industrial Ecology
Has bioethanol demand in the USA resulted in Land Use Change?
Miguel Brandão
15:05 15:15 Session Tools of Industrial Ecology Q&A
15:15 15:30 Coffee break    
15:30 15:50 Session Tools of Industrial Ecology
Shrinking effects´ in cleaner production dissemination
Bart van Hoof
15:50 16:00 Session Tools of Industrial Ecology Q&A
16:00 16:20 Session Tools of Industrial Ecology
Circular economy evidence from developing countries and developed countries: Waste construction trends in Brazil and France
Jean Pierre Doussoulin
16:20 16:30 Session Tools of Industrial Ecology Q&A
16:30 16:50 Session Tools of Industrial Ecology
Towards a systemic foundation for healthcare sustainability: scoping review of a fragmented literature
Cassandra L Thiel
16:50 17:00 Session Tools of Industrial Ecology Q&A
17:00   Informal bus trip to central Cartago for those interested    
19:00 Later Dinner    

 

 

Wednesday, October 31,

Calle 15, Avenida 14., Cartago, Provincia de Cartago, 30101, Costa Rica (Building D3)

 

Begin End Session Topic Speaker
9:00 9:30 Keynote speaker presentation
Special Economic Zone of Cartago: Present Status & Future Plans
Karla Halabi
9:30 9:45 Keynote speaker presentation Q&A
9:45 10:15     Guillermo Zuniga
10:15 12:15 Round-the-World Symbiosis Update (with coffee) Each participant updates the group on ones's projects and plans - Bring your updates!!! All participants
12:15 13:15 Lunch    
13:15 13:45 Keynote speaker presentation
Food, Energy & Water Nexus
Coppedota
13:45 14:00 Keynote speaker presentation Q&A
14:00 14:30 Keynote speaker presentation
Food, Energy & Water Nexus
Re’em Jacob
14:30 14:45 Keynote speaker presentation Q&A
14:45 15:15 Coffee & Posters    
15:15 15:35 Session Food, Energy & Water Nexus / Biobased Economy
Uncovering the Food-Water-Energy Nexus in Valle de Vazquez, Morelos, Mexico
Lynnette Widder
15:35 15:45 Session Food, Energy & Water Nexus / Biobased Economy Q&A
15:45 16:05 Session Food, Energy & Water Nexus / Biobased Economy
Biomass Residue Fueled Micro-Grid for a Rural Community in Puerto Rico
Bret Fickes
16:05 16:15 Session Food, Energy & Water Nexus / Biobased Economy Q&A
16:15 16:35 Session Food, Energy & Water Nexus / Biobased Economy
Contributing to Circular Economy In The Agricultural Sector: Industrial Symbiosis In A Mexican Farm
Gemma Cervantes
16:35 16:45 Session Food, Energy & Water Nexus / Biobased Economy Q&A
16:45 17:05 Session Food, Energy & Water Nexus / Biobased Economy
BioTech: Organic pest control
BioTech: Organic pest control
17:05 17:15 Session Food, Energy & Water Nexus / Biobased Economy Q&A
17:15 17:30 Closing session - Coopedota site visit
- ISRS 2019 (China)
- ISIE Conference 2019 (China)
 

 

Thursday, November 1st

Calle 15, Avenida 14., Cartago, Provincia de Cartago, 30101, Costa Rica (Building D3)

All meet at the university 8:30 AM

Begin End Session Info
8:30 AM 12:00 PM Coopedota site visit http://www.coopedota.com/

 

From October 30th to the 1st of November 2018, Tecnológico de Costa Rica (TEC) and ISIE will gather world leading Industrial Ecology and Industrial Symbiosis experts in Cartago, Costa Rica. Researchers, industry members, practitioners, government members and policy makers from around the globe will discuss the main elements of a successful Eco-Transition in the Americas.

Please contact us at symbiosis.isie@gmail.com with any questions!

 

Accomodation Suggestions:

https://sanjosepinares.place.hyatt.com/en/hotel/home.html

http://www.hotelelguarco.com/hospedajeencartago/

 Both hotels have airport transport on request:

 

https://sanjosepinares.place.hyatt.com/en/hotel/our-hotel/map-and-directions.html

 

http://www.hotelelguarco.com/hospedajeencartago/transporte/

 

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About the Organizer

The Industrial Symbiosis Section of the International Society of Industrial Ecology https://is4ie.org/sections/symbiosis CONTACT: symbiosis.isie@gmail.com

CONTACT ORGANIZER

Event Speakers

Karla Halabi

Project and Cooperation Executive, TEC & Team member "Cartago Special Economic Zone"

After serving as Marketing Manager of the free zones of the Zeta Group for 12 years, Karla is currently at TEC as a Project and Cooperation Executive, where she leads projects and supports the linkage of external sectors with the Faculties, Res. Centers and TEC Departments. She is part of the team "Cartago Special Economic Zone" a joint work between: academia, companies, and government. She has generated great experience in the attraction of FDI, strengthening employment and links between firms.

https://www.tec.ac.cr/unidades/centro-vinculacion
Marian Chertow

Associate Professor of Industrial Environmental Management, Director of the Program on Solid Waste Policy, and Director of the Industrial Environmental Management Program

Marian Chertow is Associate Professor of Industrial Environmental Management and has been Director of the Industrial Environmental Management Program at the Yale since 1991. Her research and teaching focus on industrial ecology, business/environment issues, waste management, and environmental technology innovation. Prior to Yale, Marian spent ten years in environmental business and government including service as President of the Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority.

https://environment.yale.edu/profile/chertow
Anne Hewes

Environmental Manager, ecomaine

Dr. Hewes serves on the IS/EIDC Advisory Board and is the Environmental Manager of ecomaine, located in New England in the USA. She is responsible for managing ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001 certifications and continuous improvement in environmental protection at the Waste-to-Energy power plant, single-sort Recycling Facility and the 274 acre Ashfill & Landfill.

https://www.ecomaine.org/
Re'em Jacob

Craft Brewer

ALL THE JUNGLE IN A BEER Amidst the heat of Cabuya, Jacob runs one of the new craft-beer facilities from Costa Rica. La Selva Cerveza Artesanal (The Jungle Craft Beer) made exclusively from the four ingredients that make a beer a beer: hops, malt, yeast, and water. Their facility is run with focus on sustainability and good beer.

http://laselva.cr/

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