16 May 2017

A Report from one of the Largest Dumpsites in Sierra Leone

Bomerh, the Largest Illegal Dumpsite in Bo City, Sierra Leone Supports the ISWA #CloseDumpsites Initiative

15 May 2017

President’s Blog: A Guest Post from Fernando Leite

Dr Fernando Leite is Vice President of ISWA's National Member in Portugal, APESB. APESB is the Portuguese Association of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering, a non-governmental organization, founded in 1980, is the national...

12 May 2017

ISWA's Latest Briefing: An Interview with Going Zero Waste

This week we spoke with Kathryn Kellogg from Going Zero Waste, the enthusiastic waste blogger who has managed to reduce her waste production to less than 2 kgs in 2.5 years!


After moving to California, Kathryn was shocked...

9 May 2017

President's Blog | Guest Entry from the Argentine Ministry of Environment

Luis Lehmann has written a guest blog on behalf of our National Member in Argentina. Luis is the National Director of Integrated Waste Management within the Argentine Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development.


In the...

8 May 2017

Help us to Map the World's Biggest Waste Challenges

Calling all waste and resource management professionals from across the globe - we need your help to identify the world's biggest waste challenges by completing a survey.

5 May 2017

Latest Weekly Waste Briefing now Online

ISWA's Weekly Waste Briefing rounds up the latest stories in the world of waste!

3 May 2017

Waste Around the World: Baltimore, USA

In the latest issue of Waste Around the World, Kristyn Oldendorf from Baltimore, USA shows us around the host city of the 2017 ISWA World Congress

21 Apr 2017

Latest Weekly Waste Briefing out now!

ISWA's Weekly Waste Briefing gives you a roundup of news from around the world on issues of waste, resources and sustainability.

21 Apr 2017

Press Release: ISWA's Message on Earth Day 2017

Tomorrow, 22 April 2017, is Earth Day and ISWA's message looks at the impacts of poor waste management on climate change.

20 Apr 2017

CGTN America Interviews Antonis Mavropoulos

China is the planet's biggest producer of waste, accounting for 15% of waste production worldwide and improper management of this costs in excess of $12 billion.


What China does impacts the planet!


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