International Aviation Waste Management Association

The IAWMA dedicates itself to the reduction and eventual elimination of all solid waste resulting from air transport activity worldwide.


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Cabin Waste Problem Is A Green Economy Opportunity


Law & Policy

Aviation Industry Needs Cabin Waste Standards


Standards

The Aviation Industry Must Include New Waste Rules


Sustainability

IAWMA joins The UN Global Tourism Plastic Initiative


Announcement

Aviation & the Circular Economy 

How the Industry Can Reduce Waste Onboard:  Anne De Hauw, IAWMA Board Member and founder of the premier passenger experience firm IN Air Travel Experience, speaks to April Waterston of Onboard Hospitality Magazine on what steps the industry needs to take to reduce waste onboard.

Reducing Cabin Waste

Curious About Aviation Waste?  Watch editor-in-chief Alan Peaford of FINN, the award-winning independent news channel from the Farnborough International Airshow organizers, interview Andrew Wilson, IAWMA’s Executive Director, about it.

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The IAWMA dedicates itself to the reduction and eventual elimination of all solid waste resulting from air-transport activity worldwide. The IAWMA is a collaborative and non-profit global coalition founded in 2019 after completing a pioneering two-year FAA-sponsored cabin waste and recycling international research study.

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