Veena Sahajwalla

Biography

Professor Veena Sahajwalla is an internationally recognised materials scientist, engineer, and inventor revolutionising recycling science. She is renowned for pioneering the high temperature transformation of waste in the production of a new generation of ‘green materials’ at the UNSW Sustainable Materials Research and Technology (SMaRT) Centre, where she is Founding Director.

Professor Veena is the inventor of polymer injection technology, known as green steel, an eco-friendly process for using recycled tyres in steel production. In 2018, Veena launched the world’s first e-waste MICROfactorieTM and in 2019 she launched her plastics and Green Ceramics MICROfactoriesTM, a recycling technology breakthrough.

Veena is the director of the ARC Industrial Transformation Research Hub for ‘microrecycling’, a leading national research centre that works in collaboration with industry to ensure new recycling science is translated into real world environmental and economic benefits. Professor Veena has also been appointed hub leader of the national NESP Sustainable Communities and Waste Hub. In 2021, Professor Veena featured in the ABC’s Australian Story.

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Women in Business Inspirational Hour – Prof Veena Sahajwalla Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz
19 August 2021 @ 12:30 PM - 19 August 2021 @ 01:30 PM

We invite you to take some time to sit back during your lunch break and be inspired by two female leaders who are reshaping the area of sustainability in business. Professor Veena Sahajwalla and Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz share a passion for sustainability and have collaborated on a project that has introduced sustainable building materials into large scale property developments….

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