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.
MRA Consulting’s Mike Ritchie explains how waste operators should use Section 143 Notices to protect themselves from inadvertently breaking the rules.
Governments could do more to reduce the number of disposable coffee cups used each year and encourage better recycling options, argues Jack Goldsmith.
Gunilla Carlsson, chair of ISWA’s Working Group on Communication and Social Issues explains her task of demonstrating ISWA’s contribution to Sustainable Development Goals identified by a UN Agenda.
Richard McKinlay, senior engineer at resource recovery specialist Axion Consulting explains why the recycling industry and infrastructure needs to move to a complete supply chain approach if it is to thrive and succeed.
New ISWA President Antonis Mavropoulos reports on his trip to Nicaragua two days ago where he visited the kids from the ISWA Scholarship Programme, an encounter which obviously really touched him.
Following speeches made yesterday by Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom at the Conservative Party Conference, the CIWM has called for greater clarity on the likely impacts of Brexit on the waste and resource sector.
Simon Ellin, chief executive of the Recycling Association, explains why he agrees with with the findings of a recent BBC report which highlighted figures that showed an 84% increase in materials rejected from the recycling stream since 2011.