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Trevor Evans, the federal Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction, said today different states had taken “hugely divergent approaches” that in some instances were “fundamentally undermining” the creation of a strong onshore recycling industry

Federal government calls for greater 'harmony' in recycling

The federal government is leading calls for greater harmony between the states on recycling.

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Our Director @UNSWScience Prof @VeenaSahajwalla talks about endless possibilities...

Twitter feed video.Our Director @UNSWScience Prof @VeenaSahajwalla talks about endless possibilities...
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Professor @VeenaSahajwalla is developing cutting-edge e-waste recycling solutions at @UNSW ‘s Smart Centre. We have profiled Veena and her amzing work as one of our Centenary Heroes. Watch in full at https://engaus.org/100yearsEA_Veena

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NSW Circular is a network that brings together stakeholders from across Government, Industry, Research Organisations and Communities to find innovative solutions to reduce and reuse waste and materials and enhance sustainability.

It aims to contribute to the development of a circular economy – where waste is valued as a resource – by fostering a more sustainable approach to the design of goods and services, use of resources and management of waste. The Network is an initiative of the NSW Government with UNSW Sydney appointed as Host.

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