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EXETER – A new national circular economy research hub is to be established at the University of Exeter, and will work in conjunction with five like-minded state-of-the-art facilities – announced by the British government in November – to explore circular business opportunities within the textiles, construction, chemicals and metals industries.

The National Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Hub will be supported by £3.5 million (US$4.8m) from UK Research & Innovation, a body of the government.

“The circular economy hub and wider programme provides a unique and timely opportunity to coordinate and accelerate interdisciplinary circular economy research at a national scale, positioning the UK as thought-leaders in this growing field,” commented Professor Fiona Charney, who’ll spearhead developments alongside Professor Peter Hopkinson at the Exeter centre.

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