EfW Transition Technology or Yesterday’s Technology | with Adam Read... September 12, 2023 | be Waste Wise
Waste Data in Emerging Economies; Something is not Right! | with Mansoor Ali... September 12, 2023 | be Waste Wise
Role of Academia in Development of Effective Waste Management Infrastructure in ... August 30, 2023 | be Waste Wise
Circular Economy in the Textile Sector | with Aditi Ramola... July 27, 2023 | be Waste Wise
The Future of Circularity in Electrical Appliances... July 26, 2023 | be Waste Wise
How U.S. Cities Are Pursuing and Measuring Zero Waste Goals | with Cole Rosengre... July 13, 2023 | be Waste Wise
Behaviour Change When Introducing Waste Systems for the First Time in Indonesia ... June 26, 2023 | be Waste Wise
Potential of the Waste & Resource Sector in Delivering Avoided Emissions | ... June 2, 2023 | be Waste Wise
Demystifying EPR for Plastics and the Status of SUP Management in India... May 18, 2023 | be Waste Wise
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Our webinar discusses the work of 3 organizations representing Trinidad And Tobago, the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), and Jamaica, as they discuss their roles in plastics recycling in the Caribbean as island states.
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This webinar discusses the challenges in collection and transport, concerns about finances, complications in addressing pricing of recycled C&D waste products, collaboration between institute, industry and government & most importantly how from Indian context, there is a need for robust estimation and characterisation of C&D waste to design systems for material recovery.
This webinar will give an insight into what is greenwashing, how it is derailing business sustainability & how critical it is for companies to take meaningful and industry-appropriate steps to avoid greenwashing and achieve their ESG goals.
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The webinar gives an insight into innovative finance instruments and case studies for financing circular economy projects in LATAM.