NSWAI joins Asia Pacific Waste and Environment Alliance (APWEA)

NSWAI has been nominated as Vice chairman in Asia Pacific Waste and Environment Alliance (APWEA)


 

Asia Pacific Waste and Environment Alliance (APWEA)

To boost efforts for greater sustainability in Southeast Asia’s waste management and recycling industry, six waste management associations from the region came together on Thursday (Oct 22,2015) to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to mark the formation of the Asia Pacific Waste and Environment Alliance (APWEA).



The associations from Singapore, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines signed the MoU at the third WasteMET Asia Symposium The event was witnessed by Singapore's Senior Minister of State for the Environment and Water Ministry Dr Amy Khor.



Members of the non-governmental business network will also be using this as a platform to share their knowledge and expertise, while adopting best practices.



This Alliance will allow businesses and other industry members within the region to share their knowledge, technology and other expertise in waste management and recycling, such as option of best practices and raising the standard of professionalism of the industry’s workforce.