Implementation of SDGs 14 at FTUI

14.4 Water senstive waste disposal


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14.4.1 Water discharge guidelines and standards

Have water quality standards and guidelines for water discharges (to uphold water quality in order to protect ecosystems, wildlife, and human health and welfare)

The FTUI implemented policies to adjust water discharge guidelines and standards to ensure the water quality to preserve local ecosystems, wildlife, and human health and welfare

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14.4.2 Action plan to reducing plastic waste

Have an action plan in place to reduce plastic waste on campus

FTUI delivers policies to reduce plastic waste on campus: 1. Our Cleaning Service employees have actively separated plastic and paper waste since 2018.2. The FKUI has had a solid policy for all of its staff to reduce plastic and paper waster since 2018 actively. It successfully reduced the monthly plastic/paper usage from 221 kg in January 2018 to 25 kg in September 2020. (more than 90% reduction).

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14.4.3 Reducing marine pollution (policy)

Have a policy on preventing and reducing marine pollution of all kinds, in particular from land-based activities

The FTUI clean water policies, water recycling activities, and policies to reduce plastic and papers indirectly reduce marine pollution. Participating in the prevention of corruption in the oceans, FTUI made regulations on green campuses. There is a commitment to always be in line with the 17 points of Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs). As for the in-campus policies, FKUI makes sure that the quality of water coming from the campus will not become a new problem or pollutant for the surrounding area including marine lifes.

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14.5 Maintaining a local ecosystem

14.5.3 Programs towards good aquatic stewardship practices

Develop and support programmes and incentives that encourage and maintain good aquatic stewardship practices

•Ad hoc

In order to provide good aquatic stewardship practices FTUI has implemented water saving strategis and policies accorss its building and areas since 2018-2021. These strategies includes:

      1. Using automatic sensor tap water dispenser accross toilets, laboratory and public facilites.
      2. Adjusting the position of the main water pipe to decrease the water debit.
      3. Implementing save water campaign accross the universities,
      4. Providing automatic tap water sensor backup for those who are broken,
      5. FIltration based drinking system for drinking water dispenser accross universities.

The water conservation strategies accross the campus includes:

      1. Implementation of Infiltration wells accross the campus
      2. Implementation of ground water tank (hydrant, recycle, and clean water) accross the campus.

The campus also implements water recycling strategies, by installing water recylcling facilities in the campus. The water treatment plant (WTP) recycles all water taken from Sewage Treatment Plant (STT) and used the recycled water for toilet flushing.

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