August Revolve Cover August’s edition of revolve includes the following articles

  • Womad Waste. Kim Renshaw describes WOMAD’s journey towards zero waste.
  • Love Food Hate Waste.  It’s been three years in the making. Sarah van Boheemen outlines the first few months.
  • Emerging Contaminants. Environmental contamination by chemicals used on a daily basis is of growing concern. Louis Tremblay updates us on the risks.
  • Resource recovery network.  Ian Stupple and Matthew Luxon showcase the Waiuku Community Recycling Centre.
  • Waste Data.  Duncan Wilson reports on actions taken by the Waste Data Working Group.
  • Landfill guidelines. Paul Evans explains the purpose of the new technical guidelines for  Disposal to Land.
  • Asbestos in soil.  Lee Bint outlines the new guidelines for asbestos contaminated soils.
  • Plus all the regular features and much more