Recovering Wasted Resources

Waste as Future Feedstock Part 1: Helping to solve the problems of the depletion of many elements and the growing volumes of hazardous waste together by building closed loop design into chemicals and materials.
Filmed at Bradford 10+1 Conference 2010.
Speaker: James Clark, Green Chemistry Group, University of York

Waste as Future Feedstock Part 2: Helping to solve the problems of the depletion of many elements and the growing volumes of hazardous waste together by building closed loop design into chemicals and materials.
Filmed at Bradford 10+1 Conference 2010.
Speaker: James Clark, Green Chemistry Group, University of York

Waste as Future Feedstock Part 3: Helping to solve the problems of the depletion of many elements and the growing volumes of hazardous waste together by building closed loop design into chemicals and materials.
Filmed at Bradford 10+1 Conference 2010.
Speaker: James Clark, Green Chemistry Group, University of York

Waste as Future Feedstock Part 4: Helping to solve the problems of the depletion of many elements and the growing volumes of hazardous waste together by building closed loop design into chemicals and materials.
Filmed at Bradford 10+1 Conference 2010.
Speaker: James Clark, Green Chemistry Group, University of York

Waste as Future Feedstock Part 5: Helping to solve the problems of the depletion of many elements and the growing volumes of hazardous waste together by building closed loop design into chemicals and materials.
Filmed at Bradford 10+1 Conference 2010.
Speaker: James Clark, Green Chemistry Group, University of York

Waste as Future Feedstock Part 1: Helping to solve the problems of the depletion of many elements and the growing volumes of hazardous waste together by building closed loop design into chemicals and materials.
Filmed at Bradford 10+1 Conference 2010.
Speaker: James Clark, Green Chemistry Group, University of York