Waste

Toxic Waste Management

Sunway University is committed to reducing our impact to the environment. We achieve this by implementing policies and programmes which are monitored through regular audit processes.

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The Last Straw Campaign 2019

Sunway Education Group launched the #TheLastStraw campaign on 13th July 2018, to drive awareness for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs). The campaign seeks to address UNSDG Number 14 – Life Below Water, and has committed to stop selling water in single use plastic bottles on campus from the campaign launch onwards.

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Sunway Campus e-Waste Collection Day

Bi-annual campus e-Waste Disposal Collection day was carried out on 28 October 2021 during this new norm period. The campaign started off with a big e-Waste collection bin placed at Sunway University Building foyer from 26 - 28 October 2021 for staff and students to dispose their big e-Waste items.

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Waste Separation

The University continues to educate its community on waste separation by placing posters next to the recycling bins.

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The ThinkB4Print campaign

Launched in April 2019, the ThinkB4Print campaign was launched to create awareness and to encourage all Sunway Staff and Students to save paper out of concern for the environment.

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Augmented Reality Campaign Reduces Paper Consumption (2019)

Launched in April 2019, the ThinkB4Print campaign was launched to create awareness and to encourage all Sunway Staff and Students to save paper out of concern for the environment.

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Sunway Education Group has Collected 25.3 tonnes of e-Waste Since 2012

Since 2012, Sunway Education Group has inculcated a biannual collection of e-Waste from its staff and students. To participate, members of the Sunway Education Group community make an effort to separate e-Waste from regular household waste and drop off these items at dedicated locations on campus. Items collected are sent to a Department of Environment licensed e-Waste recovery facility which recycles and disposes with safeguards to environmental and human health.

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