As drone use takes off, it’s only a matter of time before they find their place in waste management. In fact, they can already be seen flying over landfills and cropland, monitoring waste, with more applications sure to follow.
As one of the sector’s major organisations, WRAP works with businesses, government, and communities in an effort to bring about a circular economy. Charles Newman caught up with CEO Liz Goodwin to find out how it’s going
Photographer Mustafah Abdulaziz’s on-going project ‘Water’, which has taken him all over the world, has received support from sources including the United Nations and WaterAid. Here, he shares some of his powerful images – featuring both water and waste – and the stories behind them
If you can be sure of anything in this world, it’s that we will always have a steady supply of, ahem, human waste. Annie Kane considers whether Bristol’s Bio-Bus could be the future of sewage, or whether it’s a load of… hot air
Nick Watts discovers how HMP Huntercombe is setting a positive example when it comes to managing food waste at the same time as saving money and having a positive effect on the rehabilitation of prisoners
Large-scale incidents of fly-tipping seem to be ever increasing, and though education is the key to reduction, Croydon has taken the novel approach of naming and shaming those caught to deter others. Thomas Dimech investigates
Ljubljana has become the first capital in the EU to adopt a zero waste goal, but sending zero waste to landfill requires a lot of work and education. Edward Perchard finds out how the city aims to reduce waste arisings