RMIT University were seeking an environmentally sustainable workstation solution for their Lygon Street premises.
Workstation tops were remanufactured from salvaged component parts, customised with protruding back edges, then fitted to RMIT’s existing workstation bases.
RMIT reused their existing workstation bases.
Redundant workstation tops were sent to Egans Melbourne resource recovery centre.
An environmental sustainability report was provided to RMIT which reported 100% landfill avoidance and other waste minimisation performance outcomes.
RMIT’s remanufactured workstations will stay in the circular economy for years to come, helping RMIT reach their carbon neutral by 2025 target.