19 / 21 of September 2016, Novi Sad, Serbia
Every year, representatives of scientific and expert community, representatives of global corporations from this area and political and state officials actively participate in the World Congress
The most important expert conference that ISWA organizes is the annual ISWA World Congress. This is an event that brings together in one place and connects all the parties interested in the global problem of solid waste. Every year, representatives of scientific and expert community, representatives of global corporations from this area and political and state officials actively participate in the World Congress.
After 30 years, the International Solid Waste Association has, for the first time, entrusted a country from Southeast Europe to organize the World Congress. In 2016, Novi Sad will secure Serbia a proactive role in the global movement that leads to preservation and improvement of our planet.
ISWA is a global, independent and non-profit organization whose work is focused on promotion and development of sustainable and professional waste management. The vision of the association is a clean planet whose waste is efficiently used and reduced, and then collected, recycled and treated in an adequate manner so that everyone could exercise their right to and environment with clean air, water, seas and land.
ISWA is open for individuals and organizations from the field of science, public institutions and companies involved in or interested in improving their work in this field. As the leading global association for solid waste management, with members from over 100 countries, ISWA enables networking and exchange of ideas, knowledge and experience with professionals from the entire world.
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has established different Regional Development Networks (RDN) to more effectively reach regions outside of its traditionally strong areas (i.e. Western Europe and North America).
The's aim is to promote sustainable waste management by carrying out activities and developing programs that focus on their regions special needs and challenges.
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