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Head of Project Administration Unit, East Asia Department, Asian Development Bank
Andrew McIntyre heads the project administration unit of the East Asia Urban and Social Sectors Division at ADB. Earlier, he led ADB’s Future Cities Program, operationalizing a One ADB approach to better engage with Asian cities over the long term, by facilitating cross-sectoral knowledge and financing partners, broadening project pipelines, and ensuring integrated results.
How to improve public health and environmental sustainability by facing the challenges of managing solid waste in Asia
Myanmar’s second largest city tackles the challenges of improving and privatizing waste management.
A town in northeastern Thailand studies the viability of converting waste to energy to improve waste disposal.
A town in northeast Thailand looks into the feasibility of a design-build-operate scheme for developing a controlled landfill site.
One of the most populous cities in the Philippines examines ways to make its waste collection system financially sustainable.
Sorsogon City in the Philippines is investigating options for upgrading its open dumpsites to a properly managed landfill.