Mike has worked across all parts of the recycling and resource sector for almost twenty years. He has introduced recycling and waste prevention schemes for a leading local authority, delivered strategy and training for councils and business across the UK, developed a nationwide textile recycling service and even managed a community composting scheme in the South Pacific. He has written and commented extensively on waste and recycling matters in the media , has an MSc in Environmental Economics and Environmental Management and is a Chartered Waste Manager.
Managing Plastics In Your Community And The Environment
January 8, 2019 from our Video Panels We’ll train you on how to identify, collect and reprocess the number of different plastic types using simple and practical approaches.
Growing Your Waste Recycling Business: Cleaning the Planet and Creating Jobs | WasteAid UK
October 10, 2018 from our Video Panels It’s one thing to want to set up a recycling business, it’s another to make it work. We’ll teach you the the principles of identifying end markets, maximizing quality and making a profit.
Setting Up And Growing Your Organic Waste Management Initiative | WasteAid UK
October 10, 2018 from our Video Panels We’ll walk you through simple ways of handling and processing organic waste to maximize the end-value and financial & environmental returns.
Introduction To Community Waste Management
May 14, 2018 from our Video Panels Dealing with waste is an urgent public health priority
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Through Waste
August 23, 2016 from our The 2016 Global Dialogue On Waste, Video Panels Watch David Newman, President of ISWA and Mike Webster, Chair of WasteAid UK to discuss sustainable development goals and how they can be achieved through better waste management. This panel is organized under the theme "Making a Case for Waste" curated by Mike Webster and organized by be Waste Wise as part of the 2016 Global Dialogue on Waste
Untangling behavioural drivers behind food waste
June 15, 2014 from our Articles, The 2014 Global Dialogue on Waste Why do apparently rational consumers waste so much food? The drivers behind food waste are complex and include food pricing, logistical and storage issues.