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2009/09-2013/06, Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences
2006/09-2009/06, Anhui University
2002/09-2006/06, Huainan Normal University
Xiaolong Song graduated with a Ph.D. degree in Industrial Ecology from Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2013. He is currently working at Shanghai Collaborative Innovation Centre for WEEE Recycling, Shanghai Polytechnic University. His research focuses on Life Cycle Management of WEEE in developing countries, including material flow analysis, sustainability assessment and environmental policy associated with the WEEE recycling system. He is also interested in setting up a cooperative platform for sharing life cycle information of WEEE between recyclers and manufacturers.
Selected recent publications
1. Xiaolong Song, Jingwei Wang, Bin Lu, et al.Assessing the GHG reduction benefit of WEEE recycling from a life cycle perspective: A case study of waste refrigerator. Chinese Journal of Environmental Engineering, 2015, 9(7):3448-3454.
2.Xiaolong Song, Chenglong Zhang, Wenyi Yuan, et al. Life-cycle energy use and GHG emissions of waste television treatment system in China. Resources, Conservation & Recycling, 2016.
3.Xiaolong Song, Jianxin Yang, Bin Lu, et al. Exploring the life cycle management of industrial solid waste in the case of copper slag. Waste Management & Research, 2013, 31(6):625-633.
4.Xiaolong Song, Jianxin Yang, Bin Lu, et al. Identification and assessment of environmental burdens of Chinese copper production from a life cycle perspective. Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering, 2014, 8(4):580-588.
5.Xiaolong Song, Jianxin Yang, Jingwei Wang, et al. Assessing the life cycle environmental and economic performance of copper slag recycling. Advanced Materials Research, 2014, 878:219-225.
1.Impact of trans-regional flow on environmental benefit of e-waste recycling in the context of centralized treatment
2.Assessing the environmental sustainabilty of waste mobile phone recycling system from a life cycle perspective