The Sustainable Communities and Waste Hub is a consortium of leading research institutions and partners across industry, government and community groups, established under the Australian Government’s National Environmental Science Program.

Strong and embedded codesign between researchers, Indigenous Australians, and research and data users including industry, governments and other decision makers.

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Hub overview video

In this welcome and overview video, Hub Leader Professor Veena joins various Hub research and industry partners to provide an overview of the Sustainable Communities and Waste Hub

Latest news

  • Hub Leader Veena has spoken to ABC Radio about the new Sustainable Communities and Waste Hub hosted by UNSW with a consortium of universities, the CSIRO and many industry, community and government partners

    02 Dec 2021
  • In exciting news, a consortium led by UNSW and Professor Veena Sahajwalla has won approval by the Australian Government to establish the Sustainable Communities and Waste Hub (SC&W) , funded under the National Environmental Science Program (NE

    01 Dec 2021
  • Hub Leader Professor Veena Sahajwalla was interviewed by ABC Radio about the new Hub and how it can help tackle our waste challenges

    30 Nov 2021
  • This video features Hub Leader Prof Veena at the Australian Podiatry Conference 2021 talking about innovations and practices to help the industry achieve its goals around sustainability, recycling and developing a circular economy

    10 Mar 2019