About This Event

About| CleanUp Indonesia
The premier environmental event for environmental professionals to assessing, preventing and remediating the chemical contamination of our planet. CleanUp is the world’s leading scientific conference series dedicated to the assessment, prevention and remediation of the chemical contamination of our planet. Operating since 2007, it has attracted worldwide audiences from academia, industry, government and the wider community to discuss and showcase the latest ideas and technologies for cleaning up the contaminated environments that are a legacy of past and present industrial development.

Contamination – of air, soil, water, food and even people – is global and imposes a heavy toll on both human and environmental health. The World Health Organization estimates that more than 12 million people die annually (nearly 1 in 4 deaths worldwide) from living or working in unhealthy environments. Air, water and soil contamination and chemical exposure are major factors, with an estimated 7 million deaths each year from air pollution alone.

It is past time for scientists, regulators and industry to find practical ways to cleanse our home, the Earth. CleanUp conferences offer an international forum for the best ideas, insights, and scientific developments to be shared as we build a pathway to a cleaner world. In May 2017, Indonesia will host its first CleanUp Conference. The event will bring together Indonesian and international experts under one roof to seek the best clean-up solutions for both the public and private sectors.

Who Should Attend?
  • Oil & Gas Companies
  • Cement Companies
  • Waste Management Companies
  • Geothermal Companies
  • Pulp and Paper Companies
  • Engineering Firms
  • Drilling Companies
  • Pipeline Companies
  • Natural Gas Producers
  • Energy Marketers
  • Environmental Consulting Firms
  • Land Developers
  • Governmental/Regulatory Bodies
  • Oil and Gas Service Companies
  • Law Firms
  • Financiers
  • Mining Companies
  • Waste Brokers and Managers
  • etc.

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