This award is presented annually for the best formal written paper presented by any individual member of the institution, irrespective of their class of membership, during the previous year.
Papers eligible for this award shall be on the topic of waste and/or secondary resources management or related topics, and are not restricted to those presented in CIWM publications. Papers presented in CIWM and ISWA publications will be automatically included in judging, authors writing in any other publications can submit their papers directly to head office, at any time of the year, for consideration.
Applications for 2017 are now closed and application forms for 2018 will be available in the new year.
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2017 Winners Prof. Ian Williams and one of his co-authors Simon Kemp being presented with the James Jackson Medal
by Jo Caulfield and CIWM President Prof. David Wilson MBE
Prof. Ian Williams, Simon Kemp & David Turner
Combined material flow analysis and life cycle assessment as a support tool for solid waste management decision making
Prof. Ian Williams, Peter Shaw and Andrea Rispo
Source segregation and food waste prevention activities in high-density households in a deprived urban area
David C Wilson, L Rodic, M J Cowing, CA Velis, AD Whiteman, R Vilches, D Masterson, J Stretz and B Oelz
'Wasteaware’ benchmark indicators for integrated sustainable waste management in cities
Jim Baird, Paulo Cruz and Robin Curry
An Overview of Waste Crime, its characteristics, and the vulnerability of the EU waste sector
Jim Baird, Robin Curry and Tim Reid
Development and application of a multiple linear regression model to consider the impact of weekly waste container capacity on the yield from kerbside recycling programmes in Scotland
Dr Jane Beasley and Ray Georgeson MBE
Made Today, Gone Tomorrow? (part 1) and Look to The Future (part 2) - Future Trends in Resource Use and Management
Jayne Cox, Sara Giorgi, Veronica Sharp, Kit Strange, David C. Wilson and Nick Blakey
Household Waste Prevention - A Review Of Evidence
Full List of Previous Winners