ReCirculator take-make-create

A circular economy flips the conventional approach to waste. It’s a model for commercially sustainable and regenerative resource use and reuse that invites us to take-make-recreate.

Led by Southern Cross University, the ReCirculator project connects NSW Northern Rivers businesses in a circular economy ecosystem of cutting-edge technology. It acts as an economic growth driver by saving costs, improving productivity, regenerating resources and creating resilient jobs.

Through the establishment of research partnerships and information exchange, the ReCirculator will facilitate world-leading research that enables the adoption of circular economy principles and technology in the region. 

As part of this process, Southern Cross University will form a network of circular businesses and industries in the Northern Rivers. As a network we will share our experiences, build on each other’s strengths, align our focus, and combine our resources to create meaningful change.

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The ReCirculator will support local industries to:

  • understand the structure and potential for recovery of materials and energy from their waste;
  • combine wastes from similar partners to realise synergies needed to achieve economic viability; and
  • identify, pilot and optimise technological solutions to facilitate their adoption and installation at commercial scale.

Join the ReCirculator Network

We’re seeking likeminded organisations from across government, industry and the community who share the vision of co-creating a robust Northern Rivers regional circular economy.

To find out more and stay connected, register your details below or email connect@scu.edu.au.