Webinar 2021-03-04 13:32:03 Webinar: Increasing Productivity through technological advancements in waste management Technological advancements provide enterprises with the opportunity of being much more productive. This free Webinar will bring professionals together to explore how productivity rockets by utilizing intelligent solutions and tools designed by cutting-edge technology. read more ... Guest Blog 2021-03-01 12:10:06 Medical Waste Treatment Lessons from the COVID-19 Outbreak in Wuhan Mr Gong Wei explores the lessons we can learn about the need for adequate medical waste disposal capacity from the experiences of Wuhan and New York City. read more ... Don’t Forget the ISWAKids this Christmas – ‘Every Little Helps’ 2020-12-18 15:17:41 Seasons Greetings from the International Solid Waste Association As we prepare to put 2020 behind us and celebrate the holidays as best we can, ISWA is sending a personal message asking us to support those less fortunate than many of us through the #ISWAKids programme. read more ... Programme Finalised for ISWA’s Digital Event for Waste & Recycling Professionals 2020-09-04 15:59:54 Rethinking Waste: The Global Resource Expo and Forum ISWA & WMW are excited to present the complete Keynote Programme for Rethinking Waste: The Global Resource Expo and Forum. read more ... Introducing the Event of the Year for the Global Waste Industry 2020-07-17 14:43:35 Rethinking Waste - Introducing The Global Resource Expo and Forum With the global pandemic settling in for the long-haul, we’re all missing our industry events. But as one door closes, another opens. RETHINKING WASTE is a virtual expo and forum presented by ISWA and Waste Management World and powered by WEKA Industrie Medien. read more ... We Must Prioritise Public Health Above Individual, Political, or Business Interests 2020-03-27 14:39:19 A Video Message from International Solid Waste Association President, Antonis Mavropoulos The Coronavirus crisis is ongoing, and our world is swimming in unchartered waters. With the growing number of people infected, we all hope that it will be over as soon as possible. But during this difficult period, we all need to prioritise public health protection above any individual, political or business interest and agenda. read more ... ISWA Reinforces Calls for Waste Collections to Continue as COVID-19 Restrictions Tighten 2020-03-27 14:20:05 International Solid Waste Association Statement on Coronavirus Situation Globally Regular waste collection services are a key-element for the quality of our urban lives. During the coronavirus crisis, our first target should be to ensure that waste collection will be continuously delivered all around our cities, without any disruption and without any discrimination based on income, religion, race or nationality. read more ...
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