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UNSW green steel inventor named NSW Australian of the Year

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Uni of New South Wales materials scientist Professor Veena Sahajwalla has been named the New South Wales Australian of the Year in recognition of her innovative research into recycling and green manufacturing. She is best known for her invention of Polymer Injection Technology, or ‘Green Steel’. Prof Sahajwalla has pioneered the transformation of waste to new green materials and products. These include green ceramics made from recycled glass and textiles, 3D printing filaments from plastics salvaged from ewaste, and acoustic panels made from coffee grounds.

https://www.innovationaus.com/unsw-green-steel-inventor-named-nsw-australian-of-the-year/?

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