David Newman, ISWA President calls for governments around the world to get tough on major companies over Extended Producer Responsibility.
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ISWA President, David Newman discusses the uncertainties created for the waste and environmental sectors by the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
The second United Nations Environment Assembly took place in Nairobi this past week of May. I and ISWA Vice President Carlos da Silva Filho attended, he for three days while I was there only one day.
In the wake of the Panama Papers revelations, ISWA President David Newman riles at tax dodging political and business elites hoarding money which could save lives with waste and sanitation infrastructure.
ISWA President, David Newman laments the UK’s lack of drive to increase recycling rates, collect organics and tackle litter…
David Newman, ISWA president, asks if change is happening, or about to happen, in global waste investment?
ISWA President David Newman looks at the sad reality that the continued low oil and commodity prices are, as he predicted last year, leading to the closure of recycling facilities…
ISWA President, David Newman, explains why a new map from Columbia University and NASA is an eye opening way of viewing population density and contemplates what it means public services such the waste and recycling industry.
As we leave 2015, the United Nations Year of Soil, behind us, ISWA President David Newman explains the role of waste managers in ensuring soils remain healthy, water retaining carbon sinks.
David Newman, ISWA President, explains that in spite of a troubled year much was achieved in 2015, hopefully paving the way for a brighter 2016.