Fifth International Congress on Chemical Technologies

Fifth International Congress on Chemical Technologies Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, Vol. 78, No. 1, 2005, p. 170. Translated from Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii, Vol. 78, No. 1, 2005, p. 172. Original Russian Text Copyright 2005 by Morachevskii, Mamuilova. INFORMATION The Fifth International Congress on Chemical wastes with account of the recent advances in science Technologies was held in St. Petersburg on October and technology and in development and application of 12 14, 2004, in the framework of the traditional environmentally clean and low-waste technologies. To Week of Chemical Technologies. It was organized by the problem of process waste were devoted the reports the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian by L.A. Vaisberg (St. Petersburg) Processing of In- Federation, Federal Atomic Energy Agency, St. Peters- dustrial and Household Wastes as a Basis for Global burg State Technological Institute (Technical Uni- Resource Saving and by D.A. Golubev and co- versity), St. Petersburg Scientific Center of the Rus- authors (St. Petersburg) Organization of a Medical- sian Academy of Sciences, and Vystavki Seminary Ecological Monitoring of the Environmental Safety at Biznes (Exhibitions Seminars Business) Ltd., with the Krasnyi Bor Site in Processing of Dangerous the active support by a number of other scientific in- Industrial Wastes, and quite a number of other re- stitutions and enterprises. ports. The regulations concerning waste processing in the Russian Federation, new technologies for proces- The program of the plenary session devoted to sing of the municipal waste, use of polymers for Chemical Industry in Russia, Prospects for Develop- solidification of some radioactive wastes, transfer of ment included three reports: Promising Areas of toxic industrial wastes into a nontoxic product that Nanotechnology (A.P. Alekhin and A.A. Malygin, can be used for a variety of purposes, and quite a St. Petersburg), Strategy of SIBUR Joint-Stock number of other important environmental problems Company in Solving the Problem of Doubling of the were considered. Gross National Product (B.L. Baiburskii, Moscow), and New Chemical Technologies for Processing of A large group of reports was devoted to fabrication Liquid Radioactive Waste by Means of Nonstationary technology of new structural materials for various Membrane Processes (M.A. Afonin and A.A. Ko- purposes and to protective coatings. To these reports pyrin, St. Petersburg). belong those by S.S. Ordan’yan (St. Petersburg) Physicochemical Foundations of Synthesis of Ceram- Three conferences: Modern Inorganic and Organic ic Composites Based on High-Melting Compounds, Composites and Their Processing. Polymeric Materi- I.B. Panteleev and Ordan’yan New Instrumental als: Technologies. Quality. Equipment, Processing Hard Alloys Based on Tungsten Carbide, O.M. Mer- of Wastes. Materials and Technologies for Environ- kushev and co-authors (St. Petersburg) Sol Gel Syn- ment Conservation, and Functional Coatings, were thesis of Nanosize Electrochromic Films, V.Yu. Dol- held in the framework of the Congress. The program matov (St. Petersburg) Detonation-Synthesized of the first, second, and third of these conferences Nanodiamonds as a Basis of a New Generation of included 20, 33, and 14 reports, respectively. A rather Various Composite Coatings, and N.A. Zaitseva and high activity in the work of all the three conferences A.V. Vasil’eva (St. Petersburg) Electrodeposition of was exhibited by staff members of St. Petersburg Metal Coatings onto Aluminum and Its Alloys. Technological Institute (31 reports). Of other institu- tions, mention can be made of the Tananaev Institute The program of the Congress on chemical tech- of Chemistry and Technology of Rare Elements and nologies was rather diverse and rich. A number of Mineral Resources, Kola Scientific Center, Russian exhibitions were opened during the Week of chemical Academy of Sciences (Apatity) and the Khlopin Radi- technologies. The Congress participants had an oppor- um Institute (St. Petersburg). Specialists from Belarus tunity to visit some enterprises and scientific centers and Estonia took part in the work of the Congress. of St. Petersburg and Leningrad oblast. On October 14 16, 2004, a group of Congress participants went The reports were published in a special collection to southeastern Finland, where an out-of-town seminar of works (V International Congress on Chemical New Technologies for Processing and Storage of Technologies, Proceedings, 2004, 96 pp.) The report Household and Industrial Wastes was held. by M.P. Fedorov and co-authors (St. Petersburg) Processing of Wastes: the Most Important Environ- The next, Sixth International Congress on Chemical mental Issue of the XXI Century discussed the neces- Technologies is to be held in October 2005. sity for a systematic and directed training at higher- school institutions of specialists in utilization of A. G. Morachevskii and V. I. Manuilova 1070-4272/05/7801-0170 2005 Pleiades Publishing, Inc. Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry Springer Journals

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