Research and Innovation Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Centre for Technology Metals
Met4Tech

Founding Year: 2021

Staff: 33

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Victoria Smyth (Project Coordinator)

A center dedicated to “transform the current linear system for supply/use into a new Technology Metals Circular Economy system and network.” It “will conduct new interdisciplinary research on key interventions to improve each stage in the cycle and join the different stages of the value chain together such that raw materials can be newly mined and recycled, and manufacturing technology can be linked directly to re-use and recycling.”

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Met4Tech contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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