As thousands of experts convened in New York to discuss the solutions required, ISWA’s Antonis Mavropoulos and Costas Velis explain the organisation’s new global initiative on Marine Litter.
Following President Trump’s withdrawal of the US from the Paris Climate Agreement, Chris Noyce, Parliamentary Affairs Executive for ADBA looks at the implications for those working in the anaerobic digestion and low-carbon sector.
ISWA President Antonis Mavropoulos explains why the US withdrawal from the Paris Agreement is an affront to science, our planet, and our future generations.
In New South Wales, Australia Friday 17th March, marked the deadline for tender submissions to operate the NSW Container Deposit Scheme. Charlotte Wang explains what happens next…
MRA Consulting’s Charlotte Wang reports from Australia’s Waste 2017 Conference where she visited 45 exhibitors to get a feel for what’s up and coming in the waste collection and processing sector.
Peter Hayes explains how the landfilling of problem materials from the dredging of waterways can be minimised and reuse and recycling maximised.
In February 1997 the Italian national Decree n° 22 was adopted reorganising the framework conditions and the strategic outlook for MSW. Today Italy collects separately 48% of all MSW with peaks of around 70%.
Steve Gill, Board Advisor the firm planning a plasma gasification waste to energy plant for the Bahamas, Stellar Energy, has responnded to recent criticism of the plans by the Waste Resources Development Group (WRDG).
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