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This panel explores the opportunities for developing chemical recycling in developing countries in Asia and its barriers.
Household waste in India follows the chain of waste picker to aggregator to recycler, and the entire chain operates informally.
Food Waste and Cities: Helping Residents to Source-Separate using Behavioural Science | with Kat HeinrichJuly 30, 2020 | be Waste Wise
Even with services, many residents continue to dispose of food into residual waste bins. What can be done?
This webinar discussed common contaminants in recycling collections (suburbia, high-rise and rural), and reflect on campaigns and programmes that have attempted to limit contamination.
Adam Read reflects on the webinar on behavioural change and recycling contamination which he moderated.
This webinar introduces two vital support networks where you can access mentoring support, the Circular Economy Club and Sustainability Mentors.