Ask Ad Lansink, inventor of #LansinkLadder, about waste management
Do you have any questions about waste management, policy, philosophy, possible solutions, and everything in between? Ask Ad Lansink; leave your questions below or use #LansinkLadder on social media. Ad Lansink may have the answers.
Ad Lansink, a Dutch biochemist, politician, and environmentalist – among other interests – invented the waste management hierarchy we’re all familiar with today. So prevalent is Ad Lansink’s waste management hierarchy that many may even take for granted the fact that someone had to invent it.
Waste Management Hierarchy according to Ad Lansink:
With an influx of possible solutions to the global waste problem thanks to new technologies, from zero waste to zero landfills to waste-to-energy recovery, it is easy to overlook the simple framework Lansink put forth in his policy once upon a time.
In truth, many of the advancements in today’s waste management solutions are possible due to Ad Lansink’s paving the way with an accessible, efficient, and consolidated framework for waste management.
Whatever policy and stance you advocate for, whatever challenges you see with society’s waste management, whatever your role is in waste management – a recycling business, an expert consultant, an environmentalist in an NGO – you probably have questions. Ad Lansink may have the answers.
Submit your questions on waste management to Ad Lansink by leaving a comment here or tag your questions #LansinkLadder on your favorite social media. We’ll send them all to Mr. Lansink. Stay tuned for the article!