Here is the list of the researches we’ve been working on.
We believe it’s researcher’s role to propose an efficient and effective co-benefit technology for the treatment of liquid waste in developing countries. We are conducting the researches on the system of decentralized wastewater treatment including Johkasou and constructed wetland systems at the community level. From the experience in Japan, we are aware the system to […]
In the aftermath of tragic events in Japan of 11th March 2011, Center for Material Cycles and Waste Management Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies has been putting so much efforts in clearing the disaster waste and radio active contaminated off-site waste in the affected region. The extent and intensity of the disaster waste generation […]
There are 2 projects regarding to landfill. Please click links below to see if the details. Semi-aerobic landfill Constructed wetlands
Development of the tool to verify the applicability of alternative technologies of municipal solid waste management in major Asian cities. Due to rapid increase in municipal solid waste generation in major Ａsian cities in line with drastic increase in population, it is time to start considering installation of incineration plants in the cities for reducing […]
National Institute for Environmental Studies Japan has been organizing the workshop on the topic of “Improvement of Solid Waste Management and Reduction of GHG Emsisions in Asia” for the past 6 times. It has originally started to produce an expert recommendation to the IPCC guidelines to input the perspective of waste management. The issue of […]
Utilizing of municipal solid waste (MSW) as alternative fuel always meet the trouble from uncertainty of waste composition during seasonal variation. Likewise, MSW contain low calorific value and high moisture content, these kind of things are barriers for waste operator. The interest scenario to improve the physical-chemical quality of MSW is to utilize as […]