From trash to trea­sure: Aus­tralia in a take-mak­ere­make world

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1 Data sourced from Picken, J and Ran­dell, P (2017) Aus­tralian Na­tional Waste Re­port 2016, pre­pared for the Aus­tralian Depart­ment of the En­vi­ron­ment and En­ergy by Blue En­vi­ron­ment Pty Ltd.

2 Data from Golev, A., and Corder, G. (2017). Quan­ti­fy­ing Metal Val­ues in E-waste in Aus­tralia: The Value Chain Per­spec­tive. Min­er­als En­gi­neer­ing

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3 Sourced from Boli­den (2008) Sus­tain­abil­ity Re­port 2007, Boli­den

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4 Fig­ure of 150 bil­lion sourced from Ger­schel-clarke, A.T (2015) What can the eth­i­cal fash­ion move­ment teach us about tack­ling sus­tain­abil­ity in chal­leng­ing in­dus­tries? Sup­ply Chain, ac­cessed at http:// www.sus­tain­able­brands.com/news_and_views/sup­ply_chain/ adam_ger­schel-clarke/what_­can_eth­i­cal_­fash­ion_­move­ment_ teach_us_about_ta There is some dis­crepency across in­dus­try on global num­ber of gar­ments pro­duced per year, and the method­ol­ogy for es­ti­mat­ing. Fig­ures range at 80-150 bil­lion.

5 Fig­ure of 150 bil­lion sourced from Ger­schel-clarke, A.T (2015) What can the eth­i­cal fash­ion move­ment teach us about tack­ling sus­tain­abil­ity in chal­leng­ing in­dus­tries? Sup­ply Chain, ac­cessed at http:// www.sus­tain­able­brands.com/news_and_views/sup­ply_chain/ adam_ger­schel-clarke/what_­can_eth­i­cal_­fash­ion_­move­ment_ teach_us_about_ta There is some dis­crepency across in­dus­try on global num­ber of gar­ments pro­duced per year, and the method­ol­ogy for es­ti­mat­ing. Fig­ures range at 80-150 bil­lion.

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15 Mcdowall, W., Geng, Y., Huang, B., Barteková, E., Bleis­chwitz, R., Türkeli, S., Kemp, R. and Doménech, T., 2017. Cir­cu­lar econ­omy poli­cies in China and Europe. Jour­nal of In­dus­trial Ecol­ogy.

16 Wright, S., Sharpe, S., and Giurco, D. (2017) Green­ing re­gional cities: the role of gov­ern­ment in sus­tain­abil­ity tran­si­tions, in Sus­tain­able De­vel­op­ment Re­search in Asia

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Aus­tralian Econ­omy. Jour­nal of Cleaner Pro­duc­tion 112(5), 4296-303. 18 Do­min­ish, E., Florin, N., Giurco, D., Corder, G., Golev, A., Lane, R., Rhamd­hani, A., Reck, B. and Graedel, T., Sharpe, S., Ed­wards, M., Benn, S., and Brooks, G. (2017). Aus­tralian Op­por­tu­ni­ties in a Cir­cu­lar Econ­omy for Me­tals: Find­ings of the Wealth from Waste Clus­ter. 19 Do­min­ish, E., Florin, N., Giurco, D., Corder, G., Golev, A., Lane, R., Rhamd­hani, A., Reck, B. and Graedel, T., Sharpe, S., Ed­wards, M., Benn, S., and Brooks, G. (2017). Aus­tralian Op­por­tu­ni­ties in a Cir­cu­lar Econ­omy for Me­tals: Find­ings of the Wealth from Waste Clus­ter.

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