International Solid Waste Association (ISWA)
Association internationale pour les résidus solides
Internationaler Verband für Abfallbeseitigung
1931 London UK
1931, London (UK), as International Association of Public Cleansing (INTAPUC) -- Association internationale du nettoiement public. Merged, 1970, with H-XH8210 - International Research Group on Refuse Disposal, to become International Solid Wastes and Public Cleansing Association -- Association internationale pour les résidus solides et du nettoiement des villes -- Internationaler Verband für Abfallbeseitigung und Städtereinigung. Current Statutes adopted by General Assembly, 14 Oct 1995, Vienna (Austria).
Promote and develop sustainable and professional waste management worldwide.
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