Paul Perry is a writer for Adepem, an appliance parts supplier, explains that when it comes to waste management, we’ve got a long way to go with our electronics and “right to repair” legislation is vital.
Anna Krotova of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) explains that in spite of ever growing volumes of waste being generated worldwide, new corporate reporting disclosures are needed to address the problem at its core.
Atilio Savino, Regional Development Network Representative for the Latin America Region, and Chief Editor & Author of the Report, introduces the key points discussed in the Waste Management Outlook for Latin America and the Caribbean.
Edmund Fleck, managing director of German waste to energy technology stalwart Martin on the company’s long-term Asian adventure…
Carlos Monreal, CEO of PLASTIC ENERGY, explains that with the changes to the Basel Convention restricting shipments of hard-to-recycle waste to poorer countries, waste exporters have to find a way to recycle to face their responsibilities…
Does recycling have a future? And can it really solve our waste problem? Aldous Hicks, CEO and Co-founder of ReCircle Recycling discusses the issue.
Matt Hyatt, Senior Environmental Consultant at Australian firm MRA Consulting Group explains the amended New South Wales regulations to formally detail the method for calculating Monetary Benefit Orders which will confiscate profits gained from breaking environmental laws.
Alan Colledge, Senior Manager at Cawleys Hazardous Services discusses the value of engaging with young people and offering career progression and training in the waste industry.
MRA’s Mike Ritchie explains that organics recycling, both at the household and commercial level, represent a significant opportunity for resource recovery.
Richard McKinlay, Axion’s Head of Circular Economy, has called for residential kerbside recycling collections tp focus on consistent quality if the UK is to boost plastics recycling rates and meet current targets.