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Environmental Technology and Management

WE TURN ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS INTO OPPORTUNITIES



The Division for Environmental Technology and Management is an interdisciplinary research group with thirty years experience of turning environmental problems into opportunities. Our main focus is the transformation of organisations, technical systems and products and services towards a resource efficient society. Today the division is a research and education environment with international reputation and with 25 employees and 900 students.


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Linda BRC

Giving BRC new muscles

Linda Olsson, newly graduated PhD in fossil-free fuels, is now taking over as senior coordinator of the Biogas Research Center.

BRC

Twice as big, twice as strong

The Biogas Research Center, based at Linköping University, has received continued support from the Swedish Energy Agency, local governments and the business sector. It has secured further funding of SEK 80 million for the coming four years.

Nisse

Dig where you stand

There are many good reasons for excavating Sweden’s landfills in search of valuable metals. But it is not happening. In his licentiate degree thesis, Nils Johansson sought an explanation as to why we prefer searching in space to mining our own rubbish tips.

Björn

The Norrköping Iron and Copper Mine

At the same time as protests against both the current mining policy and mineral legislation are getting louder, Björn Wallsten is prospecting a totally different type of mine in his licentiate – the one underneath central Norrköping.

Sara

New Docent in Environmental Management and Engineering

Sara Gustafsson the 17th became Docent in Environmental Management and Engineering. The subject of her docent lecture was Municipalities as arenas for sustainable development.

Santi

New Thesis: Environmental Technology for Sustainable Cities

Santiago Mejía-Dugand the 15 June presented his thesis "Environmental Technology and its Role in the Search for Urban Sustainability: the Dynamics of Adaptation".

New article byTomohiko Sakao

JSPS Stockholm Newsletter has published the article "Enhancing Sustainability of Products and Services – A Promising Area for Collaboration between Sweden and Japan" by Tomohiko Sakao .

Video: New recycling concept for Gabarone, Botswana

Within the project "GTARS - Gaborone Transfer and Recycling Station" researchers from EMT togeheter with the cities of Västerås and Gabarone, Botswana have presented a potential conceptual design demonstrated in a video.

Guest lecture by Ecodesign manager at Ericsson

In our course, Resource Efficient Products (TKMJ29), Richard Trankell from Ericsson gave a guest lecture on Design for Environment on May 7 explaining Ericsson's activities relöated to materials efficiency, energy efficiency, and end of life treatment efficiency.

Royal support for urban and landfill mining

Niclas Svensson, the Division of Environmental Technology and Managament, has has been awarded 85 000 SEK from King Carl XVI Gustaf 50th Anniversary Fund for Science, Technology and the Environment for his research on urban and landfill mining as an alternative to opening new mining sites.

The scolarship ceremony was helt the 7th May at the Royal Castle.


envtech in media

Mining for urban treasure - in France 24

In industrial cities, thousands of cables and pipes are left abandoned under our feet. It's a valuable source of metal that could be given a second chance. 24/9 2013

Welcome to the city of our dreams - Rethink!

Presentations - keynote speaker Gunter Pauli and two sessions - from the conference "SymCity - Rethink!" in Norrköping 13-14 October 2011 on UR Play



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