About be Waste Wise
Cole Rosengren interviews Chaz Miller in the inaugural session of the 2018 Global Dialogue on Waste.
Why is ISWA specifically targeting mayors and municipalities?
An in depth look at European Waste Collection Systems, providing excellent insight in topics from transportation systems to the latest collection and sorting system technologies.
Bernd Leowald is the head of the department Northwest at Stadtreinigung Hamburg (SRH). The SRH is the municipal waste management company in Hamburg with 2600 employees. The department Northwest is a part of Hamburg with 620.000 inhabitants and an area …
The DNOSES project is about creating a model for citizen science based interventions in odour nuisance/problem situations.
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.
We’ll walk you through simple ways of handling and processing organic waste to maximize the end-value and financial & environmental returns.
A conversation with Costas Velis, ISWA
is an accomplished, and highly-effective International Government, Public Affairs and Behavioural Change Expert with over 25 years of experience leading Communications, Stakeholder Engagement, Community Relations and Operations within the global Waste and Resource Recovery sector.
Chaz Miller’s career in waste and recycling spanned four decades with stints at the US EPA Office of Solid Waste, the Glass Packaging Institute and the National Waste and Recycling Association. Although he is now retired from full time work, he consults and continues to write his award-winning column “The Circular File” for Waste360.
Sarah Currie-Halpern is Co-Founder and Partner in Think Zero LLC, and she speaks with us in our Pioneers & Changemakers interview series.
Sarah Currie-Halpern is Co-Founder and Partner in Think Zero LLC. Previously she ran Solid Waste and Zero Waste Programs for the Mayor’s Office of NYC, where she helped develop the Zero Waste section of OneNYC and the Waste section of the recent 80×50 plan.
“‘Architects do not really think of waste management in terms of building design materials” – Clare MiflinMay 11, 2018 | be Waste Wise
We can do more to fix the problem since waste is a flaw that stems from design of buildings.
Over the decades, there are more people engaged with more ecological or waste initiatives around the world. However that hasn’t affected the total material requirements, or a structural switch from a linear to a circular pattern.
James Greyson, of Blindspot Think Tank explains what blindspotting means.
This excerpt is part of be Waste Wise’s interview with James Greyson, as part of the Pioneers & Changemakers series.
In places where the political will is lacking, the corruption is higher.
It’s hard to acquire good data because local governments in the industry are not always transparent
There is a shift in how CE is being translated, and is becoming more relevant to consumers.
We believe it is hugely important to get old cellphones to people who will use them or need them.