Environmental guidance for your business in Northern Ireland & Scotland
Trade Associations and Business Support Organisations for Waste and Sewage sector.
WRAP is a non-profit-making company that helps individuals, businesses and local authorities to reduce waste and recycle more, making better use of resources and helping to tackle climate change.
ZWS helps individuals, businesses and communities to reduce waste, recycle more and use resources sustainably.
SESA is a group that works with partners in Scotland's public and private sectors to implement Scotland's national waste strategy and develop economically and environmentally sustainable waste management for Scotland.
ORG is a body set up by the Renewable Energy Association. It works on behalf of the biodegradable waste management industry.
British Water is a trade association for the water and wastewater industry in the UK and overseas.
CIWM is an industry body that works on behalf of waste and resource management professionals in the UK.
A registered charity that promotes education, training, study and research in water and environmental management.
CIRIA is a construction trade group. It publishes information on waste and sewage issues relevant to the construction industry.
ESA is a trade association for the UK resource and waste management industry.
ISWA is an international, non-profit-making organisation that promotes and develops sustainable waste management.
RHA is a trade group that provides information and advice for hauliers, including those involved in the carriage of waste.
Future Water Association, formerly known as the Society of British Water and Wastewater Industries, is a trade group that represents operators from across the UK's water supply chain.
WAMITAB is an awarding organisation that develops qualifications and certificates for those working in: waste management and recycling, cleaning and street cleansing, facilities management and parking.
A day with Hydrology, SEPA's hydrometry unit is responsible for around 400 gauging stations and 350 rainfall monitoring sites. River gauging stations are important as they allow river levels to be monitored so flood events can be predicted and flood warnings sent out.
Brewing and Distilling Technical Drop-in Day: Waste, Water, Energy, Brewing and Distilling is booming due to high demand for quality Scottish beers and spirits. All this growth is also leading to a boom in food waste, energy and water use.
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