West Management




Announcement of the Mahasarakham University
Subject: Reductions of Paper and Plastic Consumptions Policies
Mahasarakham University (MSU) has the great effort to minimize paper and plastic consumptions in offices for energy saving and environmental conservation. To ensure the successful implementation and public participation, Mahasarakham University hereby announced policies on the reductions of paper and plastic consumptions as in the following:
Main policies

1. Focus on and encourage participations from all segments in administrations and reductions of paper and plastic consumptions for energy saving and environmental conservations.
Reductions of paper and plastic consumptions by using 3R principles, which are Reduce, Reuse and Recycle
Use paper efficiently on both sides as appropriate

2. Toward development of effective managements on energy saving and environmental conservation for ultimate benefits and feasibility
Send electronic messages through computer network system to minimize paper and energy consumptions.
Use ecofriendly shopping bags instead of plastic bags. In case of a fewer items, avoid using the plastic bag.

3. Drive any activities or measures that endorse the significance of environmental conservation
Campaign, create awareness and promote participations in energy saving, environmental and natural resources management

Nevertheless, the implementations must not moderate current work efficacies and be practiced as one of the duty in order to achieve the objectives above.
These policies shall be announced for public acknowledgement
Announced on May B.E. 2557 (2014)
Assoc. Prof. Supachai Samappito,
The acting president of Mahasarakham University

Nevertheless, the implementations must not moderate current work efficacies and be practiced as one of the duty in order to achieve the objectives above.
These policies shall be announced for public acknowledgement
Announced on May B.E. 2557 (2014)
Assoc. Prof. Supachai Samappito,
The acting president of Mahasarakham University

 

Being the most acclaimed Green University in the Northeast of Thailand and consistently leaping high its rank in Thailand for the UI GreenMetric World University Ranking, Mahasarakham University has its great and unique Waste Management.

Great in managing the average of 5 tons of waste per day from the 45,000 yearly enrollment. And for this, MSU put the importance of SEGREGATION on its Waste Management Operations. The everyday garbage collection is being brought and segregated in the Waste Management Building into BIODEGRADABLE and NON-BIODEGRADABLE using the separator and shredder machine. Then the BIODEGRADABLE waste such as fruit peels and vegetable leftovers will undergo processing into a COMPOST FERTILIZER and will pack into tablets. And this will be used to improve the soil and glamorize the landscaping around the university.

On the uniqueness and Community Based MSU Waste Management, MSU has its Recycle Bank that manages the reduction of the NON-BIODEGRADABLE waste around the university. The NON-BIODEGRADABLE waste such as plastics are being RECYCLED. Some plastics are being shredded and converted into a usable and able to be sold materials. And from this, MSU extended its helping hand to earn money out of waste materials not only to its students as well as to its community.

 

The concept of raising earthworms and organic fertilizer production. Very inception of the University have a number of students every year as many as 50,000 people.
This results in the problem of solid waste. Surplus and lots of not less than 8 tons per day, per day.
They have figured out a way to recycle waste by waste separated into two parts: Part 1 is non-biodegradable garbage, plastic bottles, glass bottles, and more.
Arising out of the use of the daily lives of students, then separate. Then be sold to the purchasing of the University. Standards in the private sector as well as proceeds probably not much.
It is considered a instilling students to pay attention to environmental problems caused by waste.

Part 2 of the biodegradable waste is used to produce fertilizer University of the food crops, fruits and vegetables were fed to earthworms.
Plant fertilizer vermicompost. How to raise a fuss to compost with manure. Put into a plaster to a reasonably high.
Water to wet all over Then bioextract compost from green vegetation to water thoroughly. So that microorganisms can degrade compost.
To decay faster Usually it takes about 7-10 days to ferment in the meantime to help mash.
Compost pile to 2-3 days due to the fermentation process causes heat in the compost pile. Release worms into
Earthworms to leave for a while. Then start feeding. Whether the waste vegetable scraps such as banana, papaya, watermelon, ripe fruit, and more.
Not much Then put on the new. Supplementary feeding will help accelerate growth. reproduction Propagation to more completely.
Compost and vermicompost are better quality, manure is the main one. Vermicompost fertilizer, which has put the campus trees thrive well.
Reduce costs significantly

 

 

MSU

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MAHASARAKHAM UNIVERSITY Khamriang Sub-District, Kantarawichai District, Maha Sarakham 44150 Thailand Tel/Fax : +66 4375 4241

 

Phone:Tel/Fax : +66 4375 4241

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