Computer Science and Engineering | Aditya College of Engineering & Technology

Introduction for Waste Management

Aditya College of Engineering & Technology has designed atechnique for the management of waste generated on the campus using the basic waste management strategy such as Reuse Reduce andRecycle. The wastes generated on the campus include liquid waste and solid waste- both biodegradable and non-biodegradable in nature. No classified hazardous waste is generated on the campus. The environmental policy of the institute is to achieve zero discharge and complete utilization of waste with well-designed strategies to make the campus clean, hygienic, and healthy

Solid waste management

Aditya College of Engineering and Technology took major steps to manage the waste to protect and create a clean and pleasant environment. The college has 20 members team for housekeeping.Every day they regularly collect an average of 110 kg solid waste from the dust binsplaced onthe campus include departments, administrative-office, canteens, hostel, and guest houses. The whole waste is segregated that can be used for composting which is dumped for vermicomposting. The vermicomposting unit requires biodegradable waste to convert as fertilizer that will be used for plants. The Paper waste from departments, libraries, administrative offices, Hostelsare disposed of through vendors.Aditya promotes digital platforms to reduce the usage of paper for communication and sharing documents.

Vermicomposting unit

Gathering solid waste for vermicompost



  

Vermicomposting unit

Vermicompost reused for plants




Liquid Waste Management

The liquid wastes generated in the campus include Sewage, Laboratory, Laundry, hostel, and canteen effluent waste. Theabove waste is treated through a Pond set up in the institute with a capacity of more than 95000 KLD (Kiloliters per Day). The entire treated water is used for watering the gardens and lawns maintained on the campus. Therefore, the entire wastewater generated in the campus is treated and reused. The laboratory wastewater does not contain hazardous chemicals and periodical monitoring is done by the maintenance team.

Water Outflow from pond

Waste Water Inflow in pond


Waste Water standing in pond

Waste Water outflow from pond


E-Waste Management

Electronic goods are put to optimum use; the minor repairs are set right by the Laboratory assistants and teaching staff, and the major repairs are handled by the Technical Assistant and are reused. ACET has entered MoU with ELECTROPRO SYSTEMS. which buys our damaged computers and other non-reparable e-waste.

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1 MoU for E-Waste Management View

E-Waste from ACET

E-Waste from ACET


E-Waste from ACET: minor repairs are set right by the laboratory

Waste Recycling System

Waste Recycling:

Solutions for recycling.

  • • Electronic goods are put to optimum use. The minor repairs are set right by the laboratory assistants and teaching staff and the major repairs are handled by the technical assistants.
  • • Reusing the obsolesce components in IT workshop for assembling and disassembling of computers.

E-Waste from ACET: minor repairs are set right by the laboratory