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Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 4:15pm
Planet Ark National Recycling Week - Veena Selected as One of the Three Ambassadors
Sunday, September 3, 2017 - 11:15pm
Micro factories will enable decentralised manufacturing
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Friday, April 28, 2017 - 5:00pm
Veena Sahajwalla First Woman to be Awarded India's Jubilee Chair
Opinion: In steel, the innovation economy is already here
The Guardian: Veena Sahajwalla on making the most of waste
The Hon. Simon Birmingham visits the Green Manufacturing Hub
Veena Sahajwalla: 2015 Australian Financial Review-Westpac Women of Influence
Visit by The Nationals Primary Industry Resources and Energy Policy Committee
Green Manufacturing Hub research briefing with the City of Sydney
Talking sustainability at the Randwick City Council Eco-Living Fair Sydney
The Conversation: The future of manufacturing in Australia is smart, agile and green
From waste passenger tyres to ‘green steel’, a SMaRT success story
2015 World Resources Forum Asia Pacific
2015 International Sustainability Symposium
The Australian Innovation Challenge Award

About us

Founded in 2008 by ARC Laureate Fellow Scientia Professor Veena Sahajwalla, the Centre for Sustainable Materials Research and Technology (SMaRT) at the University of New South Wales works with industry, global research partners, NGOs, local, state and federal government, on the development of innovative environmental solutions for the world’s biggest waste challenges.

Based out of the Faculty of Science, the SMaRT Centre brings together researchers from the faculties of Science, Engineering, and the Built Environment. The centre has 30 personnel, state-of-the-art furnaces and laboratories, and sophisticated analytical and processing equipment. Combining the distinctive research capabilities of UNSW's academics, the SMaRT Centre has a track record of delivering research and technology suitable for rapid implementation.

The core aims of the SMaRT Centre are to develop novel research for sustainable materials and manufacturing processes, build industry partnerships to activate research for real world impact, and to disseminate green materials and manufacturing technologies that benefit industries, local communities, and enhance sustainable economic growth internationally.