Waste

Toxic waste

The institute has the toxic waste storage and disposal policy implemented throughout the campus. Separate bins for hazardous wastes are provided. Collected hazardous wastes have been properly disposed at a licensed disposal facility.  Laboratory wastes were collected by a waste management company weekly. The wastes would then be disposed in compliance with the Public Health …

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King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang has the policy to separate inorganic waste

King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang has the policy to separate inorganic waste into 4 types: recycled waste, general waste, wet waste, and hazardous waste. Sorted garbage can use for recycling or reuse. Total waste generated 169,789 Metric ton Total waste recycled 35,638 Metric ton   Total waste sent to landfill 129,617 Metric ton   Link http://www.buildkmitl.com

KMITL have set the green procurement with outsourcing service suppliers followed by a policy of Pollution Control Department (PCD)

KMITL have set the green procurement with outsourcing service suppliers followed by a policy of Pollution Control Department (PCD), Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. This policy was established for controlling the quality of their equipment to be an environmentally friendly product, with rules and punishments for companies about contract breaching. Link http://www.lib.kmitl.ac.th/greenoffice

Organic wastes

The amount of municipal wastes and hazardous wastes were recorded before they were sent for disposal and recycled. Some organic wastes were composed and used as compost for fertilizing plants on campus. This in-house compost program is deemed environmentally friendly and can save some costs of plant maintenance. When a large and excessive amount of …

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KMITL has implemented a policy and various projects to reduce the use of plastics and disposable

KMITL has implemented a policy and various projects to reduce the use of plastics and disposable items and raise awareness of the danger of plastic to living organisms, including aquatic animals. These projects also build environmental awareness among students and personnel and encourage them to become a socially and the environmentally responsible consumer in line …

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