Webinar on technologies to transform waste

About this Event

NSW Circular is partnering with host Transformation of Reclaimed waste resources to Engineered Materials and Solutions (TREMS) is delighted to invite you to this webinar on smart technologies for transformation of waste.

TREMS, operating out of RMIT University, aims to create an opportunity for researchers and industry partners to network and benefit from sharing and translation of the knowledge generated through academic research. Guest speaker is NSW Director, UNSW Professor Veena Sahajwalla.

When: Tuesday 26 May | 11am – 12.30pm (AEST)

Where: Online, via Zoom | the online link will be sent after obtaining your ticket.

Register: Click here

Cost: Free

Enquiries: Chamila Gunasekara, chamila.gunasekara@rmit.edu.au, (03) 9925 1709 / 0422 126 981. If you are not a partner of the TREMS network yet and are interested in joining, please contact Professor Sujeeva Setunge on sujeeva.setunge@rmit.edu.au or Professor Priyan Mendis on pamendis@unimelb.edu.au.

TREMS is a network formed of key stakeholders to progress research and innovation towards a circular economy. The network includes 30 end user partners, nine Australian academic institutions and three international institutions. TREMS network applied to the Australian research council for an Industrial Transformation Research Hub (ITRH) aiming to create new knowledge to reduce waste going to landfills and transform reclaimed waste into new materials for use in construction and other manufacturing sectors. It integrates multisector input and multidisciplinary academic research to address ten challenging waste streams.

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