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Putting waste management policy into practice

Updated Tuesday, 1st October 2013

Stephen Burnley discusses his inspiration for becoming involved in environmental research, and his current work in the field of waste management.

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Stephen Burnley says that studying chemical engineering equipped him with a skill set well-suited to environmental research—a desire to do more with less, to get the most from the resources available, and to make processes as efficient as possible.

Here he discusses his recent work in waste management policy, a possible future without landfill, and the importance of involving local communities in future decisions.





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