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| Antonios Sakalis|
D. Argyropoulos and associates
GR - 11528 Athens
|Main focus:||Mr. Antonios Sakalis holds a B.Sc. on Environmental Science from the University of the Aegean (Greece) and an M.Sc. from the Department of Civil Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (Greece), in the M.Sc. program "Water Resources Science and Technology" in the direction "Quality of Water and Environmental Technology".
Regarding his continuing education and training, in August 2014, he participated to the ¿2014 ISWA Summer School¿, that took place at Cluj - Napoca, Romania having received the ARS (Romanian Solid Waste Association) Participation / Travel Grant. Moreover in May 2015, he participated in the ¿Advancing State of the Art Sustainable Waste Management in Southern Europe and Middle East Workshop¿, that took place at Athens, held by the Earth Engineering Center ¿ Columbia University New York, USA.
He has a number of scientific publications in the fields of Integrated Waste Management, Waste Policies and Legislation, Waste-to-Energy and Environmental Noise.
He is permanent associate of D. Argyropoulos and associates since January 2015 and he participates in the elaboration of environmental impact assessment studies as specialist and team leader in the fields of solid waste management, geographic information systems, water resources management, environmental noise and atmosphere quality.
Concerning his ISWA involvement he has been an individual member since 2015 and participates internally in the ISWA Working Group on Energy Recovery (ISWA ¿ WGER) as full member and the ISWA Young Professional Group (ISWA ¿ YPG). Finally, he leads the development of the ISWA Young Professionals network in the area of South East Europe.
|Articles:||Overview of the Waste Management Situation and Planning in Greece (9/2016)|
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