NSW Circular official launch
The Honourable Rob Stokes MP, NSW Minister for Planning and Public Spaces, will officially launch our new network that aims to deliver major change in how we think about waste recycling.
The NSW Circular Economy Innovation Network (NSW Circular) is an initiative of the NSW Government through the Office of the NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer and is hosted by UNSW Sydney.
NSW Circular brings together stakeholders from industry, government, research organisations and the community to reduce waste, recycle valuable resources and enhance sustainability.
NSW Circular has already and will continue to run stakeholder events to identify opportunities and provide the resources and strategies to solve pressing waste problems.
It will encourage collaboration while fostering innovation and delivering skills, jobs and business opportunities to NSW communities.
The Hon. Rob Stokes MP – NSW Minister for Planning and Public Spaces
Professor Hugh Durrant-Whyte – NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer
Professor Margaret Harding – NSW Circular Chair
Professor Veena Sahajwalla – NSW Circular Director
Date: Wednesday 9 October 2019
Time: Doors open at 9.30am. Formalities commence at 10.10am, concluding at 11am
Venue: Gold Melting Room, The Mint, 10 Macquarie Street, Sydney
A screenshot from our soon to be released ‘who we are’ video that will feature at the launch event: