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Around the globe, hundreds of thousands of waste managers are improving wellbeing every day by reducing poverty, improving public health and sanitation, and protecting our environment and infrastructure. This theme celebrates them by presenting unheard solutions, stories and ideas that have the potential to change the way we manage our wastes and resources.
Interviewon Foreign Aid and Closing Dumpsites | Brian McCarthy, Independent Waste and Resource Management Consultant.
Experiencesfrom Managing Waste in Some of the Remotest Places on Our Planet | Michael Cowing, Independent Environmental Consultant.
A New Methodto Solve the Most Difficult Part of Waste — Organics — by breeding Black Soldier Fly Larvae | Christian Zurbrugg, Solid Waste Management Group Leader at Eawag.