Green Campus

Green Campus Guidelines

Waste Mangement:

With the “reuse, reduce, and recycle” attitude, garbage management JAS, Eco Club, and NSS place a strong emphasis on lowering the amount of garbage generated and properly disposing of it on campus. The collection, classification, disposal, and three Rs. philosophy all follow a cautious budgetary strategy. To keep the campus hygienic and safe, the college separates the created garbage into three categories: liquid, solid, and electronic waste. The college manages these wastes in a variety of methods. These consist of:

Solid Waste:

As a component of the college’s green strategy, reuse, reduce, and recycle waste as much as possible to keep the campus clean and environmentally balanced. As part of its effort to eliminate plastic from campus, the college makes sure that all of its programs follow the green policy. In order to lessen plastic pollution, the Green Campus Campaign authorities make sure that the green protocol is followed in all programs and posters used on campus. The campus is seeing a decrease in a number of solid waste types thanks to the ERP-led office automation initiative, the usage of public address systems, and a reduction in plastic carry bags.

Food waste, plastic waste, and paper waste are the main types of solid waste produced at the college. Trash containers are positioned across the campus to collect food and plastic trash from visitors. The collected trash is separated into biodegradable and non-biodegradable wastes. The campus’s biogas plant and vermicompost unit process the biodegradable wastes further. The college intends to provide itself with biogas plants and use them for cooking. The campus vermicompost unit is used for the processing of other biodegradable waste ingredients.

Liquid Waste:

The main source of liquid waste is laboratory and lavatory effluent. These are gathered and let to decompose into the ground in the individual septic pits. The college is situated in a soil area, so the effluent water naturally filters because the sewage pits are not close to any bodies of water. The management of the college intended to put in place a wastewater filtration facility and use the filtered water for irrigation.

We follow a stringent policy for disposing of liquid waste in our laboratories and follow good laboratory practices to protect staff members. During practical classes, it is discouraged to use chemicals carelessly, and laboratory liquid chemical waste is disposed of properly. Due to the college’s limited supply of organic waste, cow dung is used to treat it so that microorganisms can break it down.


E-waste can harm both the environment and human health. This is why our electronic products are used to their full potential with proper upkeep and upgrades, which are handled by the vendors. We conduct regular inspections that guarantee that non-functional electronic devices are disposed of properly.