Implementation of SDGs 12


12. Responsible Consumption and Production

12.2. Operational measures

12.2.3. Policy waste disposal – hazardous materials

In the Faculty of Psychology, potentially hazardous wastes, like glasses, lamps, batteries, etc., will be collected and grouped accordingly. In this way, the hazardous waste could be processed appropriately and minimized the impact it caused to the environment because of the inappropriate waste treatment.

Evidence: Document

12.2.4. Policy waste disposal – landfill policy

In the Faculty of Psychology, we differentiate trash can for organic, inorganic, and plastic bottle waste. By doing this, we could treat the waste according to their type. For waste that can still be recycled, we will try to recycle it. While the potentially hazardous waste will be separated from other wastes.

We try to recycle waste as much as possible to reduce the waste we produce. We do that by reusing printed paper that still has blank space on the one side for printing routing slip, writing memos, and printing assignment and report drafts. We also measure our paper usage. On average, the number of paper usage per month at the Faculty of Psychology is 18 reams.

Evidence: Document


12.2.5. Policy for minimisation of plastic use

Since 2019, both staff and students in the Faculty of Psychology are requested to use reusable items, like tumblers and tote bags or cloth bags. By using reusable items, we can reduce plastic use and plastic waste we produce in the Faculty of Psychology. Moreover, in the Faculty of Psychology, we have two drinkable-water fountains that all people who visit our faculty could use to refill their tumbler.

Evidence: Document


12.2.6. Policy for minimisation of disposable items

Since 2019, faculty members and students at the Faculty of Psychology have been asked to utilize reusable items rather than disposable ones to limit their consumption of plastic and paper. We make the most efficient use of paper by printing routing slips, drafting memoranda, and publishing assignments and report drafts on printed paper that still has vacant space on one side. Additionally, we employ electronic certificates rather than physical ones.

Evidence: Document

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