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17 Mar 2017

Latest Weekly Waste Briefing now Online!

Did you know that 44% of bread produced is not consumed? 

 

Meet the companies who are converting unconsumed and unsold bread into something that rarely gets wasted.. beer.

 

Read about this, and much more in our latest...


14 Mar 2017

ISWA Young Professionals: 2016 Annual Report now Available

The ISWA Young Professionals Group are delighted to share with you their 2016 Annual Report.

 

ISWA's Young Professional Group (YPG) was founded in 2013 at the ISWA World Congress in Vienna, Austria and has since grown...


13 Mar 2017

Call for submissions: ISWA Video Award 2017

We are pleased to announce the 2017 edition of ISWA's online short video competition known as “ISWA Video Award” is now open for submissions. 

The theme of the contest is ‘No time to Waste’, which is also the theme of...


10 Mar 2017

Closing The World's Biggest Dumpsites: Executive Summary now Available

In September last year, ISWA released it's ground-breaking report on the shocking conditions of the world's 50 biggest dumpsites: "A Roadmap for Closing Waste Dumpsites: The World's Most Polluted Places", providing...


9 Mar 2017

Put Waste on the Big Screen at Vienna Film Festival

Vienna's International Film Festival, which attracts over half a million visitors each year, is looking for your creative waste videos. The focus should be on waste prevention / re-use, separate waste collection, recycling,...


8 Mar 2017

ISWA President's Blog: Guest entry from Marco Ricci

The latest "President's Blog" entry has been prepared by Marco Ricci, Chair of ISWA's Working Group on Biological Treatment of Waste.

 

Marco looks at the successes of separate collection in Italy over the last 20...


7 Mar 2017

Guest Blog: ISWA Biowaste Working Group Chair, Marco Ricci

This issue of the ISWA President's Blog has been penned by Marco Ricci, Chair of ISWA's Working Group on the Biological Treatment of Waste.

 

Enjoy reading his post!


3 Mar 2017

Latest Weekly Waste Briefing: E-Waste Mountains

Since 2007 over 7 billion smartphones have been produced and sold, with the average lasting just two years. That's a lot of electronic waste with nowhere to go!

 

The majority of these won't be recycled in any sustainable or...


24 Feb 2017

Our Latest Weekly Waste Briefing: Marine Litter

In our latest blog we review the newspapers and media for you, providing you with an overview of the major stories in the world of waste and resource management, this week focusing on marine litter whilst the World Ocean...


21 Feb 2017

February's Global Newsletter Now Online!

We are delighted to share with you the latest issue of ISWA's Global Newsletter.

 

The latest newsletter takes a look at ISWA's two emblematic initiatives, #closedumpsites & our survey on the 4th Industrial Revolution. In...