Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
This page presents what Thammasat University has done in order to tackle sustainability challenges in SDG 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns through the university’s functions, namely, education, research, outreach, policy and operation.
SDG 12 Report
Thammasat Waste Tracking: August 2019 – June 2020
Since August 2019 – June 2020, Thammasat University has monitored the amount of waste generated by the university and how they were treated. Almost a year after implementing the waste tracking, the statistic shows that the total amount of waste generated by the university has decreased but increasing the proportion of waste recycled by Thammasat…
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.
Extending disposable policy to outsourced services: MOU with CPALL
0n July 5, 2018, Thammasat signed MOU with 30 thai universities, in the name of Sustainable University Network (SUN), and CPAll, the largest supply-chain convenient stores (7-Eleven), for the initiative on reduction of single use plastics on campus.
Thammasat Zero Waste Policies
Since 2011 until present day, Thammasat University implemented a set of announcements, policies and activities to minimize disposable items as a part of Thammasat Zero Waste Policies. Here are some of the concrete examples:
No Single-Use Plastic Policy
Thammasat has campus wide policy to reduce single use plastics and collaborated with several partners to implement the policies. Guidelines, facilities, and policies have been implemented actively since 2019.
Thammasat Recycling Policy
Thammasat has measurement of waste through the management of ‘garbage recycling bank policy’, which uses application from SCG (private sector) to calculate amount and price of recycled items sold, and through the ‘campus garbage facility, which is outsourced and required monthly reports sent to university.
Thammasat Waste Management Policies
Thammasat has policy on waste management, especially for hygienic aspects/ chemical waste from labs/electronic waste in 2019 and 2020. The policy runs incorporating with outside parties, including private sectors and other universities. Thammasat is one of five active university nodes, covering the Central Region of Thailand for training chemistry lab safety under the National Project:…
Thammasat Ethical Food Source Policies
Thammasat has policies to ensure vegetables and meat products in all canteen must be GAP grade. University provide on-campus vegetable farm where non-chemical growing process is mandatory. Planting materials and fertilizers are also produced on campus to ensure non-chemical conditions.
The Development of Monitoring and Evaluation System for the Promotion of Sustainable Consumption and Production in Thailand: Phase 2
In 2019, Thammasat University, by Faculty of Economics, Thammasat University (through Thammasat University Research And Consultancy Institute (TURAC)), received a funding for the project “The Development of Monitoring and Evaluation System for the Promotion of Sustainable Consumption and Production in Thailand: Phase 2” from Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP). This…
Thammasat University Collaborating with ONEP in the Revision of the Thailand SCP Roadmap
In October 2020, Office of Natural Resource and Environmental Policy and Planning (ONEP) published the first revised version of Thailand Sustainable Consumption and Production Roadmap. This revision is a collaboration between Thammasat University and ONEP.