CIWM - Our Role in the Sector
As the leading professional body for resource and waste professionals, CIWM (Chartered Institution of Wastes Management) is the voice of the sector and represents over 5,500 individuals in the UK and overseas.
CIWM has a unique understanding of the sector. Our professional knowledge and trusted reputation enables us to inform and influence legislation and policy, playing a vital part in shaping the future role and reputation of the sector.
Making the best and safest use of resources to protect and enrich life on our planet
As humanity has grown and developed, the stresses we place on our environment and human health from the extraction, use and disposal of resources have grown too. As competition for those resources intensifies, the economic and social consequences of poor resource management become ever more serious. The safe and professional management of resources throughout their life cycle is therefore an increasingly urgent priority. It is people who decide how we manage resources and the CIWM Group exists to help them decide correctly.
To influence, inform and inspire the sustainable management of resources and waste
Founded in 1898, CIWM is the leading professional membership body for people working in or with the resource and waste management sector. It supports its members to be successful in their roles by providing technical and career advice, information, training and networking. It sets and maintains professional standards, developing and sharing knowledge and best practice. It provides an impartial, influential and respected voice for the sector in policy discussions in Belfast, Brussels, Cardiff, Dublin, Edinburgh and London, helping to ensure policy development is informed by practical and theoretical understanding and experience.
CIWM has over 5500 members. It is incorporated by Royal Charter and is a charity. Its charitable objects are:
To advance for the public benefit the art and science of wastes management worldwide and so to promote education, the protection of public health and the preservation of the environment, and for that purpose to further and maintain good standards of practice, competence and conduct by all its Members.
Products and services
Find the right level for you and choose from a range of membership grades including Chartered qualifications and enjoy a range of attractive member benefits.
Give your team the confidence and tools to develop their skills, update their knowledge and ensure their competence through our wide range of training courses.
Cutting-edge conferences and exhibitions
Hear from key thought-leaders and innovators and join the debates on the latest hot topics at an industry-recognised event.
Technical advice and support
Access reliable and independent advice from our team of technical experts.
Join an online community, attend local and national events and meet your peers at a CIWM regional centre or special interest group.
Access the very latest sector news
Keep up to date on the latest industry news via Circular Online, Circular magazine and as a member you will receive our dedicated member newsletter.
Unrivalled marketing opportunities
Raise your company’s profile in the sector and communicate your message through advertising and sponsorship across CIWM events, magazines and websites, contact email@example.com
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Whether you’re looking to find your perfect job in environmental, resource or waste management, or need to advertise a role and find the right candidate www.CIWMJobs.co.uk fully responsive jobsite is the sector’s leading location for both job seekers and recruiters.
Getting to our offices
By car - Brackmills is approximately fifteen minutes from the M1 junction 15. There is limited parking available at the office so parking must be arranged in advance.
By bus – Our office is approximately five minutes’ walk from the Brackmills bus terminus. Buses take around 25 minutes from Northampton centre.
By train - Northampton train station is approximately fifteen minutes by taxi or 40 minutes by bus.