Waste Management Processes
The following specific procedures will be undertaken to ensure SCOP contribution in
protecting the environment
Solid Waste Management
Collect paper waste produced on campus and collaborate with scrap dealers for recycling.
Reduce solid waste by developing a technology-centric teaching and administrative model.
Reduce use of paper by supporting digitization of attendance and internal assessment records.
Reduce requirement of printed books by updating the e-books and e-journals collection of the
Encourage the students and teachers to use emails for assignment submissions.
Collect organic waste produced on campus and the dry waste should be carried for compost and
Liquid Waste Management
Maintain leak proof water fixtures.
Continued employment of a caretaker to take immediate steps to stop any water leakage through
taps, pipes, tanks, toilet flush etc.
Reuse of wastewater generated by the filtration pits linked to outlet of canteen. Labs
partially for gardening and ground harvesting.
More provisions for the disposal of the institutional e-waste.
Awareness amongst students about reduction of e-waste and environment friendly disposal
practices for e-waste.
Encouraging department and society level activities pertaining to e-waste management