The road to recycling could well be paved with plastic waste.
Singapore Polytechnic teams up with recycling industry to target zero waste goal.
Sembcorp, S’pore Poly to recycle old solar panels.
Singapore Polytechnic team turns burnt waste into useful material.
The Straits Times
Sunny outlook for solar panel recycling.
Sembcorp, Singapore Polytechnic team up to develop pilot solar panel recycling plant.
Channel News Asia
Schools add green courses to grow talent pool for sustainability sector
Singapore Polytechnic and Molyworks Materials Corporation ink strategic partnership to transform supply chain and drive sustainability for maritime and offshore industry through adoption of metal additive manufacturing and metal recycling technology
The New Paper
Singapore Poly, waste management agency team up for zero waste goal
Singapore Polytechnic develops solar panel recycling technology, more than 90% of materials can be reused.
Singapore Polytechnic cooperates with institutions to launch chemistry and workplace safety projects.
Reduce construction costs and environmental protection, new science and engineering students use bottom ash to develop Aerogel bricks.
Sembcorp Industries and Singapore Polytechnic develop solar energy recycling technology.
Dr Lim Zheng Bang, a research scientist at Singapore Polytechnic spoke about why it was beneficial for his team to exhibit at TechInnovation 2019.
CleanEnviro Summit Singapore
Singapore Polytechnic researchers pitching their hydrometallurgy project, which looks into a greener way to extract precious metals from e-waste.
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