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BRAIN FOOD: Matters for the mind to chew on - Earning curve Waste - Bill Alexander, CEO Thames Water, p.a pounds 396,000

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Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

Bill Alexander, CEO Thames Water, p.a pounds 396,000

Director of waste disposal, Merseyside, p.a. pounds 54,000

Landfill operations manager, Essex, p.a. pounds 30,000

Dustman, Birmingham, p.a. pounds 26,000

Lecturer, sustainable waste management, p.a. pounds 24,700

Industrial air pollution scientist, p.a. pounds 15,000

Sewage operator, Thames Water, p.a. pounds 12,000

Glastonbury rubbish collector free tickets

Garbage scavengers, Manilla, per day less than pounds 1.

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