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Margaret Bates

Margaret Bates

Margaret Bates is Professor Sustainable Wastes Management at the University of Northampton. She has been involved in wastes management for over 25 years and undertook her PhD on landfill microbiology. She is a Chartered Wastes Manager, an International Wastes Manager and a Chartered Environmentalist. Margaret is currently chair of the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) Scientific and Technical Committee, and in 2016 will become President of CIWM. She is part of the REBUS (Resource Efficient Business Models) team and is also undertaking research with manufacturers to develop sustainable wastes management systems in Africa.

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September 29, 2016 from our The 2016 Global Dialogue On Waste, Video Panels
Watch Prof. Margaret Bates of University of Northampton and Dr. Pete Shaw from University of Southampton discuss the Future of Waste Collection Systems worldwide. This panel was organized under the "Future of Waste" theme curated by Prof. Margaret Bates as part of the 2016 Global Dialogue on Waste organized by be Waste Wise.Read More




September 14, 2016 from our The 2016 Global Dialogue On Waste, Video Panels
Watch Bridget Croke (Closed Loop Fund) and Doug Woodring (Ocean Recovery Alliance) discuss the Future of Recycling Technology with Prof. Margaret Bates (Northampton University) . This panel was organized under the theme "Future of Waste" curated by Prof. Margaret Bates as part of the 2016 Global Dialogue on Waste.Read More




August 31, 2016 from our The 2016 Global Dialogue On Waste, Video Panels
Watch Prof. Margaret Bates, University of Northampton and Prof. Cindy Isenhour, University of Maine discuss fashion, thrift stores, zero waste tourism, 3-D printing, product stewardship among other topics. This panel was organized as part of the theme "Future of Waste" curated by Prof. Margaret Bates as part of the 2016 Global Dialogue on Waste.Read More



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