Chartered Institution of Wastes Management
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The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) was first established as The Association of Cleansing Superintendents of Great Britain on 25th June 1898, with waste managers from northern and Scottish cities. It was incorporated as The Institute of Cleansing Superintendents in 1908, The Institute of Public Cleansing in 1928 and then as The Institute of Wastes Management in 1981. It became The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management in 2003.
The Institution was awarded its Royal Charter of Incorporation by Queen Elizabeth on 1st March 2002. After gaining the Royal Charter the Institution is now able to confer the award of Chartered Waste Manager to its Members.
It publishes the monthly CIWM Journal and the quarterly Municipal Vehicle Operator.
CIWM and the Environmental Services Association (ESA) jointly hold an annual conference in June in London.
The objectives of the CIWM are:
- Advancing the scientific, technical and practical aspects of wastes and resource management for the safeguarding of the environment
- Promoting education, training, research and the dissemination of knowledge in all matters of wastes and resource management
- Striving to achieve and maintain the highest standards of best practice, technical competence and conduct by all its members.
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