Mike Ritchie explains why other Australian States should take a leaf out of the Victorian Government’s waste planning reforms…
David Newman, ISWA President calls for governments around the world to get tough on major companies over Extended Producer Responsibility.
Mike Ritchie, director of Australian Waste Consultancy MRA Consulting Group, explains the extent of the problems posed by plastic pollution in the waterways and calls for action to tackle the problem…
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.
Todd Bryant, president and founder of Bryant Surety Bonds, explains the implication for waste transporters of a new bond requirement for transporting waste tires in Louisiana…
Hermann Erdman, CEO of Recycling and Economic Development Initiative of South Africa, explains the importance of insurance having an ‘insurance’ plan for the environment.
Mike Ritchie, Director at Australian waste management consultancy, MRA Consulting Group, introduces the latest State of Waste report highlighting current waste, recycling and energy recovery trends in Australia.
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.
Mike Ritchie, director of MRA Consulting explains that in the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW), councils are about to amalgamate; as a result, the councils affected will have to plan for eventual integration of their residential and commercial waste services.