Veena Sahajwalla

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UNSW Sydney celebrates 10 finalists in the ‘Oscars of science’.

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A new display apartment shows how recycling techniques developed at UNSW Sydney could change the way we build our homes.

Veena Sahajwalla

UNSW Professor Veena Sahajwalla will spearhead a new national research centre investigating technology for waste reduction and materials processing.

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A recycling breakthrough at UNSW Sydney offers new possibilities for the re-purposing of polymer-laminated aluminium products, such as food and coffee packaging.

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New developments in microrecycling science could help revolutionise the recycling and manufacturing sectors.

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Microrecycling trailblazer Veena Sahajwalla says 2020 will be a defining time in our battle to reduce waste.

Jobs in regional areas will be among the first products of the NSW Circular recycling and manufacturing network.

Professor Veena Sahajwalla and federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley

The revolutionary technology developed at UNSW Sydney positions Australia at the forefront of how we re-use discarded materials.

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Creating new materials from waste products is essential if we’re to solve the global recycling, waste and emissions crisis.

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UNSW sustainability innovator Professor Veena Sahajwalla will lead a new centre energising the circular economy in NSW. 

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