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Solid Waste

Solid waste management

Under solid waste management dry and wet bins are maintained by segregating solid waste. The green colored dustbins are meant for wet and biodegradable wastes. Red dustbins are meant for dry waste, disposal of plastic wrappers and non biodegradable wastes, papers and glass bottles.

Cleaning or emptying of the dustbins is being done on a regular basis at 11:00 to 12:00 noon and 4:30 pm every day. Dried leaves, plant clippings, kitchen wastes and organic wastes are collected and segregated in compost pits to produce manure, which is used for gardening as organic manure to increases fertility of the soil.

The institute promotes concurrent minimal plastic usage, it also encourages staff and students to reduce the usage of paper.

To create awareness on waste management, Various awareness campaigns are organized. NSS programs like Swachh Bharat, Clean & Green activities and plantation in campus are regularly conducted to sustain eco-friendly and green enabled campus.