Focus areas

supply chain graph where a business entity is represented as a vertex, and the business relationships are depicted as edges

The Challenge Supply chains can be used to estimate the recycling rate of one product by tracing its production procedure. […]

The challenge  Polystyrene (PS) and expanded PS (EPS) waste are stockpiling in Australia. EPS’s low density makes its transport to […]

The challenge  Bioplastics, such as polylactic acid (PLA) and polyhydroxyalkanoates, are rapidly gaining use in the market as alternatives to […]

The challenge  The Citarum River in West Java, Indonesia is one of the world's most polluted rivers. However, more than […]

The challenge  Plastics are highly customisable and durable materials, which leads to both their extensive applications and their enormous contribution […]

We are working with partners around the world to collect on the ground data on litter.

The challenge  A common method for collecting data on plastic pollution and monitoring litter relies on humans conducting on-ground visual […]

The challenge  Researchers are looking at whether waste from agriculture or fossil fuel-based plastics can be repurposed into something useful.  […]

The challenge  Stormwater drains and gross pollutant traps (GPTs) are used to prevent waste and sediments from flowing into the […]

Nappy loop recycling.