Wealth From Waste Research Cluster
CSIRO Research Collaboration Cluster
Wealth from Waste is a 3-year research program that aims to identify viable options for the recycling of metals from existing products in Australia.
Teams drawn from different universities and disciplines will undertake four distinct but interconnected research programs that draws academics from a range of disciplines to develop a better understanding of this complex landscape and the possible pathways for change. An international review panel of 12 industry, government and research organisations has been established to help guide the direction of the work and provide expert review.
The Wealth from Waste Cluster will run from 2013-2016, and will be seeking input from industry, research, government, community and other stakeholders at different times over this period.
The Wealth from Waste Cluster is funded, primarily, by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industry Research Organisation (CSIRO) Flagship Collaboration Fund, and represents significant additional investments by partner universities, including the University of Technology, Sydney, Monash University, the University of Queensland, Swinburne University, and Yale University (USA).
For more information on the Wealth from Waste Cluster, please see www.wealthfromwaste.net
In addition, on the theme of Wealth from Waste: Resource Productivity and Innovations, UTS will be co-hosting with UNSW Australia the World Resources Forum Asia-Pacific and International Sustainability Symposium 1-3 June 2015 in Sydney, for more information please visit www.wrfasiapacific2015.net or download the flier