Green Partner Activities

        On Thursday, February 1, 2024 at 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., Learning Promotion Department and Providing educational services in collaboration with the Academic Service Center to organize “Green Alliance” activities on the topic of waste management according to the 8R principles at the Rabiang Ban Conference Room 1, After setting up a board for students to express their opinions on the topic: What do you understand about waste separation? Between 22 January – 30 April 2024 and organizing a DIY leftover activity from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. in front of the Rabiang Ban Conference Room 1, with 29 students participating in this activity.

        Over the years, The Center for Library Resources and Educational Media has established the Green Library Project. To train, promote and provide knowledge about garbage problems. The importance of waste separation management Including activities that insert knowledge so that students can understand the problems. and the importance of waste management from the beginning Reducing the use of single-use plastic containers or materials and increasing the value of waste eliminates the source of microplastics entering the sea. Follow the principles of waste management according to the 8R principles, which are Rethink, Refuse, Reuse, Reduce, Repair, Regift, Recycle and Recover, which has extended activities with surrounding school communities in carrying out activities.

        Organizing activities this time Make students and staff both inside and outside the university increase their awareness of waste problems and waste management from the source before it affects the ecosystem. and participate in learning and separating waste for efficiency Has disseminated knowledge, understanding and ability to solve waste problems and conduct waste management correctly and appropriately. Helped campaign to reduce the amount of plastic waste. Using cloth bags or plastic substitute materials for students and university personnel. It has promoted the use of plastic waste, including using leftover plastic bottles to make them more valuable.