26 May, 2021 • National Clothing and Textile Waste Roundtable & Exhibition ➤ Presented by A/Prof Alice Payne

Alice Payne represented QUT at the National Textile Waste Roundtable in Canberra on May 26, hosted by Ministers Ley and Evans, and was a signatory to the final communique. The purpose of the event was to discuss product stewardship approaches for tackling the ~780,000 tonnes of textiles, leather and rubber waste going to landfill each year.

Beforehand, a range of QUT textile research projects from researchers in Centre for a Waste Free World, the TextileR research group, and QUT Design Lab were exhibited at the Mural Hall, Parliament House in Canberra in a Clothing Waste Exhibition showcasing industry and research innovation for recycling clothing textiles for reuse and alternate use. The exhibition was viewed by MPs, industry, ministers, department advisors, and media.

This PowerPoint includes photos of the event and the list of research projects showcased which are collaborations between School of Design, School of Justice, Faculties of Science, Engineering, Law & Business researchers


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