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ISWA – The Global Waste Management Network. 24 April, Szombathely / Hungary. Hermann Koller Managing Director. Contents. Introduction ISWA Mission and Objectives Membership Options Membership Benefits ISWA Projects Working Groups. ISWA Members all over the world.

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iswa the global waste management network

ISWA – The Global Waste Management Network

24 April, Szombathely/Hungary

Hermann Koller

Managing Director

contents
Contents
  • Introduction
  • ISWA Mission and Objectives
  • Membership Options
  • Membership Benefits
  • ISWA Projects
  • Working Groups
iswa national members as of january 2012
ISWA National Members as of January 2012

Bosnia and

Herzegovina

Belgium

Argentina

Australia

Austria

Canada

China, P.R.

Brazil

Croatia

Denmark

Finland

France

Greece

Germany

Hungary

Iceland

India

Israel

Italy

Japan

Latvia

Malaysia

Netherlands

Norway

Portugal

Romania

Serbia

Singapore

New Zealand

Nigeria

South Korea

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Turkey

United Kingdom

U.S.A.

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Organisational Structure

ISWA Members

National Members

Organisation Members

Individual Members

Online Members

General Assembly

Official Representatives of the 36 National Members

Board

11 Members: President, Vice President, Treasurer, Chair of Scientific and Technical Committee, 2 National Member Representatives, 2 Organisation Member Representatives and 3 Regional Network Representatives

General Secretariat

Managing Director and GS Staff

Regional Development Networks

Asia

and

Pacific

The Balkans, Middle East and Mediterranean

Latin America

Scientific and Technical Committee

Chair, Vice Chair, 10 Working Group Chairs

WGC

WGLI

WGL

WGHW

WGBTW

WGHW

WGER

WGRWM

WGCTT

WGCCWM

TFGWM

TFS

WGRWM = Working Group on Recycling and Waste Minimization

WGBTW = Working Group on Biological Treatment of Waste

WGHW = Working Group on Hazardous Waste

WGHCW = Working Group on Healthcare Waste

WGCTT = Working Group on Collection and Transportation Technology

WGCCWM = Working Group on Climate Change and Waste Management

TFS = Task Force on Science

TFGWM = Task Force on Globalisation and Waste Management

WGC = Working Group on Communication

WGLI = Working Group on Legal Issues

WGL = Working Group on Landfill

WGER = Working Group on Energy Recovery

iswa the unique waste management association
ISWA – The unique Waste Management Association

ISWA – The International Waste Association – is the global, independent and non-profit making association, working in the public interest to promote and develop sustainable waste management.

With more than 1,200 Members in more than 80 Countries ISWA has a unique worldwide network in waste management matters.

The association is open to public and private companies, public institutions, individuals and organisations from the scientific community from all over the world working in the field and interested in waste management.

promoting sustainable waste management
Promoting Sustainable Waste Management

We support the development of sustainable waste management by different means

Organisation of events in the field of waste management, such as congresses, conferences, workshops, study tours

Cooperation with various stakeholders from the public and private sector, UN bodies etc.

Providing education and training courses

Publishing of journals, magazines and brochures

Provide expertise for lobbying activities and policies

Project Funding

Serve the members

iswa membership categories
ISWA Membership Categories

National Members

Organizations representing the waste management sectors in their countries

Gold and Silver Members

Public or private companies, municipalities, public authorities, universities, research institutes, or other organization working in, or associated with, the field of waste management

Individual Members

Individuals working or interested in the field of solid waste management

Provisions for Student members and members from developing countries

Online Members

iswa membership benefits i
ISWA Membership Benefits (I)

National Members

Seat in General Assembly

Co-determination in all relevant decisions

Gold and Silver Members

Gold may designate two employees to be active in each of the 10 ISWA working groups, and Silver Members one employee

Presentation on the ISWA’s website (Gold Members only)

To be elected as Board Member of ISWA

Technical Support from the ISWA General Secretariat

iswa membership benefits ii
ISWA Membership Benefits (II)

Individual Members

Free subscription to “Waste Management & Research” and “Waste Management World”

Corresponding Working Group Member participation

25% discount on ISWA publications

Discount on registration fees for ISWA conferences, seminars and workshops

Being part of an international network

Be a member of one of the 10 working groups

Online Members

Receive online benefits and “Waste Management World” in hardcopy

iswa working groups
ISWA Working Groups

Working Group on

Biological Waste Treatment

Collection and Transport Technology

Communication

Hazardous Waste

Healthcare Waste

Legal Issues

Recycling and Waste Minimization

Landfill

Energy Recovery

Climate Change and Waste Management