Griffith University has been recognised by the United Nations as an expert in waste management. The UN has shown the university is one of the top in Australia in this area, hosting a workshop on waste management at the Nathan campus in a first for Queensland. A 15-member Vietnamese delegation from the country’s Ministry of […]
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
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.
Griffith University’s Head of Environmental Engineering, Dr Sunil Herat, has been appointed Associate Editor of the world-leading journal Waste Management & Research. Published on behalf of the International Solid Waste Association, its topics include wastes, processes and technologies, management systems and tools, policy and regulatory frameworks and sustainable waste management designs, operations, policies and practices. […]
Griffith University has hosted a UN supported workshop, Moving Towards Resource Efficient and Zero Waste Cities.
Dr Sunil Herat, will hold a free public lecture, Engineering’s role in managing E-waste for sustainable outcomes, on 7 August at the Sir Samuel Griffith Centre, Nathan campus.