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UT Arlington faculty members bring an incredible diversity of knowledge to campus sustainability efforts. Without their expertise, the University would not have been able to build such a solid foundation for its institutional commitment to sustainable practices.
And they're just getting started. Below, you'll find a sampling of the projects faculty members are currently working on. And don't miss our Faculty Experts page.
Center for Renewable Energy Science and Technology
CREST coordinates research, development, and technology transfer in the area of renewable energy at The University of Texas at Arlington.Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center (TMAC)
Located at the Automation & Robotics Research Institute of UT Arlington, TMAC collaborates with manufacturers to improve their competitiveness and sustainability by identifying opportunities and implementing appropriate solutions in processes, operations, global competitiveness, and workforce development.The Ecology Group
The Zero Waste Network, a part of UT Arlington's Center for Environmental Excellence in the Division for Enterprise Development, collaborates with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to develop cost-effective methods to conserve natural resources.