Centre for a Waste-Free World
Queensland University of Technology
The Centre for a Waste-Free World develops and implements new waste technologies and processes, while using social science knowledge to catalyse change and reduce barriers to participation and adoption. Our researchers are developing technologies and processes to innovate the social, environmental and economic role of waste and transform it into valuable circular commodities. Our research programs tackle issues across the waste spectrum, from reduction and elimination strategies, through to recycling and finding new value in waste products.
- Organisation type
- University Research Centre
- Number of research staff
- 20-100 research staff
- C Block, Gardens Point, Queensland University of Technology, George Street, Brisbane QLD 4000
Key science sectors
More information about the sectors this centre is involved in:
- Advanced manufacturing
- Environment and nature
- Food and agriculture
- Social sciences
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