ISWA Releases

2022

ISWA Publications and ISWA STC Reports launched in 2022

ISWA’s Working Group on Collection and Transport Technology present research into sustainable and alternative waste collection vehicle usage.

Released 22nd September 2022 in Singapore at the 2022 ISWA World Congress.

ISWA’s Women of Waste (WOW!) Task Force contribute to a policy paper on the role of the informal recycling sector in plastic pollution reduction, and recommended policy changes.

Released 22nd September 2022 in Singapore at the 2022 ISWA World Congress.

Disclaimer
The ISWA WOW! Task Force has participated in the preparation of this document and endorses ONLY the gender considerations of the informal
recycling sector that is needed in the context of the current waste crisis in some places of the world. Any views expressed in this document do not necessarily reflect the views and position of ISWA bodies or ISWA members.

ISWA’s Position Paper on Plastics Pollution, presented at UNEA 5.2 in February 2022. 

ISWA called upon Member Sates at UNEA 5.2 to include key considerations in the future Resolution about Plastic Pollution, with the stance that the Waste and Resource Management industry has an integral role in mitigating plastics entering the oceans.

ISWA’s Position Paper on Plastics Pollution, presented at UNEA 5.2 in February 2022. Translated in Spanish.

2021

ISWA Publications and ISWA STC Reports launched in 2021

ISWA’s report on the outloook for the decade ahead in the waste management industry.

Launched in October 2021, at the 2021 ISWA World Congress in Athens, Greece.

ISWA’s report on the outloook for the decade ahead in the waste management industry. Translated in Spanish.

Original report launched in October 2021, at the 2021 ISWA World Congress in Athens, Greece.

ISWA’s report on the outloook for the decade ahead in the waste management industry. Translated in Portuguese.

Original report launched in October 2021, at the 2021 ISWA World Congress in Athens, Greece.

The International Solid Waste Association, on behalf of its members and on the occasion of the ISWA General Assembly 2021, issued a Declaration on Climate Change and the Waste Resource Management Sector. The declaration highlights the substantial Impact that the waste management sector can have towards achieving a greener, more sustainable planet and the practical measures needed to get there.