Australian Opportunities in a Circular Economy for Metals

Findings of the Wealth from Waste Cluster.

Elsa Dominish, Ruth Lane, Damien Giurco, Nick Florin, Glen Corder, Artem Golev , Muhammad Akbar Rhamdhani, Barbara K Reck, Thomas E Graedel, Samantha Sharpe, Melissa Edwards, Suzanne Benn, Geoff Brooks

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Abstract

The Wealth from Waste Cluster is an international collaboration of researchers from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Monash University, The University of Queensland (UQ), Swinburne University of Technology (SUT) and Yale University.
In partnership with CSIRO and enabled by support from the Flagship Collaboration Fund and participating universities, the Cluster is charting a pathway to enable Australia’s metals and minerals industries to prosper in a future circular economy and undertaking research to enable technologies and practices for secondary resource markets.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherWealth from Waste Cluster
Number of pages33
Publication statusPublished - 17 Nov 2017

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Dominish, E., Lane, R., Giurco, D., Florin, N., Corder, G., Golev , A., ... Brooks, G. (2017). Australian Opportunities in a Circular Economy for Metals: Findings of the Wealth from Waste Cluster. Wealth from Waste Cluster.
Dominish, Elsa ; Lane, Ruth ; Giurco, Damien ; Florin, Nick ; Corder, Glen ; Golev , Artem ; Rhamdhani, Muhammad Akbar ; Reck, Barbara K ; Graedel, Thomas E ; Sharpe, Samantha ; Edwards, Melissa ; Benn, Suzanne ; Brooks, Geoff. / Australian Opportunities in a Circular Economy for Metals : Findings of the Wealth from Waste Cluster. Wealth from Waste Cluster, 2017. 33 p.
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Australian Opportunities in a Circular Economy for Metals : Findings of the Wealth from Waste Cluster. / Dominish, Elsa ; Lane, Ruth; Giurco, Damien; Florin, Nick; Corder, Glen; Golev , Artem ; Rhamdhani, Muhammad Akbar; Reck, Barbara K; Graedel, Thomas E; Sharpe, Samantha ; Edwards, Melissa ; Benn, Suzanne ; Brooks, Geoff.

Wealth from Waste Cluster, 2017. 33 p.

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