Environmental policies extended to suppliers

Thammasat University ensures that the minimization policies are extended to outsourced suppliers and the supply chain, especially suppliers of equipment, stationary, and building contracts. The supporting evidence attached herewith is the contract for hygienic service and facility maintenance between Thammasat University and a private sector for buildings of medical science faculties.

As shown in the contract attached herewith, the company has to use environmentally friendly cleaning solutions which has to be tested by the university committee (p.10/29 and 17/29 – in the red square). The company is also required to have publicly accepted standard for pollution control in place for the whole period of the contract.

Regarding waste management, the company is obliged to arrange a proper garbage transportation from the faculties to an assigned waste management facility. The garbage has to be classified and managed properly (p.10/29, 18/29 – in the red square).

The similar requirements were applied to other contracts too, for instance, the contract for hygienic service and facility maintenance between Thammasat University and a private sector for common areas in Thammasat University Rangsit Campus.

Please see the document here:

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