Biological Treatment of Waste
The Working Group on Biological Treatment of Waste (WGBTW) addresses the biological treatment of the organic fraction of solid waste through aerobic and anaerobic decomposition processes.
Why join the Biological Treatment of Waste Working Group?
Exchange of information and experiences.
Potential collaboration on projects. (i.e. research, papers, reports).
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Clean Oceans through Clean Communities (CLOCC), an initiative by Avfall Norge with ISWA (International Solid Waste Association) as implementing partner, came to life in 2018. We are supported by Norad (the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation), with a budget of 40 million NOK from 2018-2022, and is a part of the Norwegian government’s development programme to reduce marine plastic pollution and microplastics.
ISWA Expert Biological Treatment of Waste. Currently he works at the Italian Composting Association (C.I.C.), which unites public and private companies, local authorities and others involved in the production of compost, as well as producers of machinery and equipment, producers of fertilisers, research bodies etc..
Jane Gilbert is an organic resources expert, currently working as an independent consultant for her company, Carbon Clarity. Prior to this Jane managed the former UK Composting Association / Association for Organics Recycling for nine years.
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