Waste Landscapes

‘Waste landscapes’ describes an ongoing body of research, which encompasses a number of projects and collaborations. It is a study of waste production and disposal, and the landscapes that support and are transformed by these processes.

Collaborative partners include: Department of Design and Engineering, Brunel University; LEAP (Local Energy Adventure Partnership); Communities by Design; The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI); Rachel Armstrong, Professor of Experimental Architecture, Newcastle upon Tyne University; and Astudio.


Research projects to date include:

  • Blaenavon: Tourism and postindustrial landscapes ​​

  • Waste to Value: Micro Anaerobic Digestion for Urban Communities ​​

  • The New Urban Off grid – A guide to off grid waste processing and energy systems for urban developments

  • Landfill: A mapping of waste landscapes