Chartered Institution of Wastes Management


Chartered Institution of Wastes Management

The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) is the leading membership organisation for professionals in the Waste Management Industry in the United Kingdom and overseas.

Setting Professional Standards in Sustainable Waste and Resource Management

The CIWM has its headquarters in Northampton and has ten regional centres throughout England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

The main publication of the CIWM is the monthly CIWM Journal. There is the quarterly publication MVO - Municipal Vehicle Operator

CIWM and Environmental Services Association (ESA) jointly hold an annual conference in June in London.

RWM in partnership with CIWM - The new joint force for the global environmental, technology and recycling and waste management sector. This is an annual exhibition held at the NEC in September providing one ideal platform for visitors and exhibitors alike and is fully supported by the ESA.

The objectives of the CIWM are:

  • Advancing the scientific, technical and practical aspects of wastes and resource management for the safeguarding of the environment
  • Promoting education, training, research and the dissemination of knowledge in all matters of wastes and resource management
  • Striving to achieve and maintain the highest standards of best practice, technical competence and conduct by all its members.

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