About this webinar
What impact does COVID-19 have on waste management worldwide? How can we keep waste management uninterrupted, safe, and focused on protecting public health?
Join us on the 29th of April for this roundtable on waste management and COVID-19.
Our speakers, from the ISWA Board and Scientific & Technical Committee, will discuss waste management in these unprecedented times during this 1 hour roundtable.
This webinar is intended for all working in the waste management sector who want to get expert insight into the latest information, best practices, and recommendations of waste management and COVID-19.
ISWA and COVID-19
Over the last few months almost every country worldwide has had to deal with a COVID-19 outbreak. The first wave of quarantines throughout the world will create serious social and political impacts, and have already required a quick response from the waste industry.
ISWA has gathered best practices from their national members and also created recommendation based on multiple expert collaborators within the ISWA network. Please take a look at https://www.iswa.org/iswa/covid-19/ for more information.
Antonis Mavropoulos Msc. has been the President of ISWA since 2016 and is the founder and CEO of D-Waste.
Dr. Nicolas Humez is chair of the Working Group on Hazardous Waste (WGHW) and Regulatory Affairs Director for SARP Industries.
Dr Anne Scheinberg is the Chair of the Working Group on Recycling and Waste Minimization (WGRWM) as well as being “The Green Granny” at Springloop Cooperative U.A.
Dr. Anne Woolridge is the Chair of the Working Group on Healthcare Waste (WGHCW) at ISWA and Chief Operating Officer for Independent Safety Services Ltd
Carlos Silva Filho Msc. is ISWA’s Vice President and CEO of ABRELPE
Atilio Savino CPA. Is the President of ARS -Association for Solid Waste Studies-, National Member of ISWA in Argentina and serves as a Board Member of ISWA, representing the Regional Development Network of Latin America.
The International Solid Waste Association (ISWA) is a global, independent and non-profit making association, working in the public interest to promote and develop sustainable waste management. ISWA has members in more than 60 countries and is the only ...
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