CIWM 2014-15 James Jackson Medal
DCW with co-authors Costas Velis, Andy Whiteman, Darragh Masterson and Recaredo Vilches, receiving the James Jackson Medal and their certificates from CIWM Chief Executive Steve Lee (centre), at the annual CIWM Sustainability and Resource Awards at the London Marriott on 5 November 2015.
ISWA Publication Award 2015
DCW with co-authors Ljiljana Rodic, Andy Whiteman, Costas Velis, Barbara Oelz, Joachim Stretz and Anne Scheinberg, receiving the Award from ISWA Scientific and Technical Committee Chair Antonis Mavropoulos (left), at the ISWA 2015 World Congress in Antwerp on Tuesday 08 September.
WM&R Best Paper award 2015
DCW and his co-authors Ljiljana Rodic, Costas Velis and Anne Scheinberg receiving the inaugural Best Paper award at the ISWA 2015 World Congress from Professor Agamuthu, editor of the peer-reviewed journal Waste Management & Research (WM&R) and the upcycling sculptor Evy Puelinckx
Professor David C Wilson receiving his MBE
Professor David C Wilson receiving his insignia as a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) form the Prince of Wales, at an Investiture at Buckingham Palace on 24 February 2006. Photo: BCA Films
Telford Premium Award
DCW, Costas Velis and Ljiljana Rodic were presented with their Telford Premium Award at the Institution of Civil Engineers Publication Awards ceremony on 17 October 2014. Their paper Integrated sustainable waste management in developing countries was one of the four best papers published in 2013 across all 27 peer-reviewed ICE journals. The paper is now free to download . DCW will present the paper in the Thomas Telford Prestige Paper Series of public lectures in London on 16 March 2015.
ISWA Publication Award 2013
The International Solid Waste Association’s ISWA Publication Award 2013 was presented to DCW and Dr Costas Velis at the ISWA World Congress in Vienna on 7 October 2013. The award for the best waste and resource management publication in 2012 was for their open-access paper: An analytical framework and tool (‘InteRa’) for integrating the informal recycling sector in waste and resource management systems in developing countries
Waste Regulation Award 2012
The UK Chartered Institution of Wastes Management’s Waste Regulation Award 2012, for the best paper published in 2011,has been won by Rachel Cahill, Prof David C Wilson and Prof Sue Grimes. The winning paper was ‘Extended producer responsibility for packaging wastes and WEEE – a comparison of implementation and the role of local authorities across Europe’, published in Waste Management & Research. DCW received the award on behalf of the authors at the CIWM Awards 2012 ceremony at the London Marriott Grosvenor Square on 8 November, from the CIWM President John Skidmore and TV presenter Julia Bradbury.
James Jackson Award 2010
The UK Chartered Institution of Wastes Management’s James Jackson Award 2010 for Best Paper has been won by Prof David C Wilson. The winning paper was Household waste prevention – a review of evidence, published in Waste Management & Research, and resulting from a major evidence review which DCW managed for Defra. Shown from left are his co-authors Sara Giorgi, Jayne Cox, Veronica Sharp, Derek Greedy (CIWM President), Kathie Tiffany (Kit Strange’s daughter), David C. Wilson and Nick Blakey. The award ceremony on 18 October 2011 was tinged with sadness, because one of the co-authors, Kit Strange, died suddenly in August, 2011. DCW and Nick Blakey had previously won the 2007 award.
The winners of the James Jackson Award for best paper in 2007
Professor David C Wilson, with co-authors Nadine Smith and Nick Blakey of the Waste Evidence Branch in Defra, with the James Jackson Award for the best paper in 2007, at the CIWM Professional Awards Ceremony on 16 May 2008. They won the award for their paper Using research-based knowledge to underpin waste and resouces policy, which was published in a special issue of the ISWA peer-reviewed journal Waste Management & Research in June 2007, on Driving waste management towards sustainable development. The authors commented: ‘We are particularly pleased to have won this award with a policy rather than a technical paper. We hope that it will help to raise the profile of the need to provide sound evidence and to use that effectively in the policy process.’
2004 J.W. Starkey Silver Medal
Prof David C Wilson receiving the 2004 J W Starkey Silver Medal from HRH Duke of Edinburgh at the annual awards ceremony of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health.
This prestigious award was in recognition of ‘outstanding merit in the promotion of health’, for his work as author of the ‘significant and important’ –‘Training Resource Pack for Hazardous Wastes in Developing Economies’.