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9 November 2017

Waste management recognised by the United Nations

Griffith University has been recognised by the United Nations as an expert in waste management. The UN has shown the...

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2 June 2015

Young leaders from Vietnam learn from Australia’s waste management expertise

Young leaders from Vietnam’s Institute of Strategy, Policy on Natural Resources and Environment (ISPONRE) take part in an intensive Australia Awards Fellowships program at Griffith.

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30 June 2014
Dr Sunil Herat, smiling

Editorial role for waste management expert

Griffith University’s Head of Environmental Engineering, Dr Sunil Herat, has been appointed Associate Editor of the world-leading journal Waste Management...

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19 June 2019
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29 March 2019

Research Impact: Management solutions for pest fruit flies in Australia and south-east Asia

Professor Emeritus Dick Drew and colleagues have documented more than 500 new fruit fly species and studied all known species across south-east Asia and the Pacific region.

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15 June 2017

Organic waste or wasted gold?

The country’s first symposium on recycled organics will tackle their potential to create an industry worth more than $1 billion....

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3 August 2015
EcoCentre manager Ms Delwyn Langdon at the launch of the Terracycle at Griffith waste management program at Nathan campus

EcoCentre joins Terracycle for waste initiative

Griffith University’s Nathan campus has become "ground zero" for a waste management program linking the Griffith EcoCentre with international recycling giant Terracycle

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8 July 2015
Dr Sunil Herat sitting with a bank of old computers

E-waste: what we throw away doesn’t go away

Consumer desire for the best and latest electrical and electronic equipment is creating a mounting environmental challenge. E-waste is one of the fastest growing waste streams in developing, emerging and developed regions

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1 May 2014
Professor Ian O'Connor & Dr Netatua Pelesikoti at SPREP MOU signing

Griffith supports regional management of climate change information in the Pacific

Griffith University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme

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30 October 2013
Semarang City Regional Secretary, Mr Adi Tri Hananto and Dr Sunil Herat

UN supported workshop aims for zero waste

Griffith University has hosted a UN supported workshop, Moving Towards Resource Efficient and Zero Waste Cities.

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