• TREMS

    TRANSFORMATION OF RECLAIMED WASTE INTO ENGINEERED MATERIALS AND SOLUTIONS

  • TREMS

    TRANSFORMATION OF RECLAIMED WASTE INTO ENGINEERED MATERIALS AND SOLUTIONS

  • TREMS

    TRANSFORMATION OF RECLAIMED WASTE INTO ENGINEERED MATERIALS AND SOLUTIONS

  • TREMS

    TRANSFORMATION OF RECLAIMED WASTE INTO ENGINEERED MATERIALS AND SOLUTIONS

  • TREMS

    TRANSFORMATION OF RECLAIMED WASTE INTO ENGINEERED MATERIALS AND SOLUTIONS

  • TREMS

    TRANSFORMATION OF RECLAIMED WASTE INTO ENGINEERED MATERIALS AND SOLUTIONS

About

A group of researchers led by RMIT University and The University of Melbourne in partnership with other Australian...

Overview

TREMS is a network formed of key stakeholders to progress research and innovation towards a circular economy...

Goals

Drive scientific & engineering research leading to development of solutions for recycling waste into sustainable materials...

Government

Local governments are facing a major challenge of possible closure of landfills by 2025. The under resourced...

Our Capability

Recycling waste materials in construction has been a focus of many research projects conducted at RMIT University and The...

Events

TREMS has organised two research workshops: Firstly, in October 2018 and subsequently in February 2019....

Our latest research blogs

July 26, 2020 No Comments

Novel Geopolymer Coarse Aggregate Concrete

With the production of more than 16 billion metric tonnes per year, concrete has become the most widely used material on earth. Thus, the aggregates, which occupy three-quarter of the volume of concrete is also subjected to high demand. The production of aggregates to match the demand increment of concrete has become a challenging task. […]

June 26, 2020 No Comments

Sustainable biochar based functional concrete materials

Urban runoff contains significant amount of heavy metals, nutrients, suspended and colloidal particulate matters, and other aqueous and non-aqueous phase pollutants. Therefore, urban runoff has been identified as a major source of non-point source pollutants. Further, the pollution of water resources due to heavy metals has been an increasing worldwide concern for the last few […]

May 29, 2020 No Comments

Nano-Engineered High-volume Fly Ash composite

Achieving sustainability has become one of the key aspects of the construction industry in recent years. Thus, developing green construction material has a key role to play especially to minimize the carbon footprint. Concrete is the most commonly used construction material with a rapidly increasing demand over the years. Unfortunately, the main compound of concrete, […]

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