Health and safety is always a great concern in waste management and recycling industry. Few weeks ago, when I was in USA, I was surprised by the facts and figures
Aditya Prasad explains the Waste Less Recycle More funding package by the New South Wales Government in Australia and outlines what makes for a successful application.
Marine Litter, the outcome of a major survey on the 4th industrial revolution and the results of ISWA's campaign to close the biggest dumpsites in the world - and much, much more.
We often talk about a “global waste emergency” and dumpsites represent one of the most shocking aspects of this emergency. ISWA is calling on everyone to sign our petition.
Mike Ritchie argues the case for having an award for those who implement the unsexy and boring but really important waste reforms…
Vic Lance founder of Lance Surety Bond Associates explains how to get а waste tire hauler permit in California.
Omar Abou-Sayed explains the specialist treatment and disposal techniques which should be deployed for the safe management of wastes in the oil and gas industry.
Axion Polymers’ Keith Freegard explains why as global temperatures head for potentially catastrophic levels, landfilling rather than burning waste plastics might be better for the environment…
The fourth industrial revolution will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another. In its scale, scope, and complexity, the transformation will be unlike anything humankind has experienced before.
As round two of the Australian Bin Trim initiative comes to a close MRA’s Leslie Mallinson and James Ellinson reflect on progress made in New South Wales (NSW) and the continued State Government commitment.