Mario Grosso mainly investigates Municipal solid waste, Waste management, Energy recovery, Life-cycle assessment and Environmental engineering. His Municipal solid waste research includes elements of Soil contamination and Incineration. His Incineration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bottom ash, Aluminium and Flue gas.
His study in Mobile incinerator and Cleaner production is carried out as part of his Waste management studies. His Energy recovery research also works with subjects such as
Mario Grosso mainly focuses on Waste management, Life-cycle assessment, Incineration, Environmental engineering and Municipal solid waste. His Energy recovery research extends to the thematically linked field of Waste management. As part of his studies on Energy recovery, Mario Grosso often connects relevant areas like Refuse-derived fuel.
His Life-cycle assessment research overlaps with Circular economy, Baseline, Submarine, Environmentally friendly and Environmental impact assessment. His research in Incineration focuses on subjects like Bottom ash, which are connected to Aluminium. His work on Mobile incinerator and Cleaner production as part of general Municipal solid waste study is frequently linked to Management system, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Waste management, Life-cycle assessment, Circular economy, Context and Solid waste management are his primary areas of study. His work in Waste management is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Cement. As part of one scientific family, Mario Grosso deals mainly with the area of Bioplastic, narrowing it down to issues related to the Food waste, and often Biogas.
The Waste-to-energy study combines topics in areas such as Zero waste and Municipal solid waste incineration. Mario Grosso regularly ties together related areas like Municipal solid waste in his Incineration studies. He focuses mostly in the field of Municipal solid waste, narrowing it down to matters related to Tonne and, in some cases, Greenhouse gas.
Mario Grosso spends much of his time researching Waste management, Life-cycle assessment, Circular economy, Context and Fossil fuel. Other disciplines of study, such as Plastic materials and Marine pollution, are mixed together with his Waste management studies. His study in Life-cycle assessment intersects with areas of studies such as Quality, Sustainable management, Sustainable economy and Intermediate bulk container.
His Circular economy investigation overlaps with other areas such as Value and Quantitative assessment. His Context research incorporates elements of Energy demand, Water consumption, Reusable packaging, Point and Risk analysis. His Fossil fuel study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Energy recovery, Cement kiln, Exergy and Refuse-derived fuel.
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Alternative strategies for energy recovery from municipal solid waste Part B: Emission and cost estimates.
Stefano Consonni;Michele Giugliano;Mario Grosso.
Waste Management (2005)
Alternative strategies for energy recovery from municipal solid waste Part A: Mass and energy balances.
S Consonni;M Giugliano;M Grosso.
Waste Management (2005)
Environmental evaluation of plastic waste management scenarios
L. Rigamonti;M. Grosso;J. Møller;V. Martinez Sanchez.
Resources Conservation and Recycling (2014)
Life cycle assessment for optimising the level of separated collection in integrated MSW management systems.
L. Rigamonti;M. Grosso;M. Giugliano.
Waste Management (2009)
Efficiency of energy recovery from waste incineration, in the light of the new Waste Framework Directive.
Mario Grosso;Astrid Motta;Lucia Rigamonti.
Waste Management (2010)
Material and energy recovery in integrated waste management systems. An evaluation based on life cycle assessment
Michele Giugliano;Stefano Cernuschi;Mario Grosso;Lucia Rigamonti.
Waste Management (2011)
Life cycle assessment of waste incineration in Denmark and Italy using two LCA models.
Roberto Turconi;Roberto Turconi;Stefania Butera;Stefania Butera;Alessio Boldrin;Mario Grosso.
Waste Management & Research (2011)
Integrated municipal waste management systems: An indicator to assess their environmental and economic sustainability
Lucia Rigamonti;Irene Sterpi;Mario Grosso.
Ecological Indicators (2016)
Wind Pressure Distribution Around Buildings - a Parametrical Model
Energy and Buildings (1992)
Fine particulate (PM2.5–PM1) at urban sites with different traffic exposure
Michele Giugliano;Giovanni Lonati;Paola Butelli;Laura Romele.
Atmospheric Environment (2005)
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