Minimization of domestic, medical, hazardous, and non-hazardous wastes, separate collection at source, intermediate storage, the establishment of waste transfer centers when necessary, transportation, recovery, disposal of waste, operation of recovery and disposal facilities, closure, post-closure maintenance, monitoring-control processes are carried out by the Directorate of Business Administration at our University.

Waste Collection Studies at the University,

  • Medical waste bags are collected by waste personnel every day and transported to medical waste collection containers.
  • For the removal of liquid chemical and contaminated waste, waste producers open a demand through the c-trackit system.
  • The request comes to the relevant employee and the waste personnel in charge is directed to the area.
  • You can reach the waste personnel by calling 0549 790 83 44 (Short code: 4127). Recyclable paper, plastic, metal and glass wastes are collected separately in recycling bins located in various parts of the University.
  • There are also waste battery collection boxes at certain points of the university.

Types of Waste Detected in Our University

  • Contaminated waste
  • Contaminated packaging
  • Laboratory chemicals
  • Waste oils
  • Fluorescents
  • Waste batteries
  • Electrical and electronic waste
  • Medical waste
  • Recycled waste
  • Household waste

Suitable garbage bins for all identified waste types were provided and located in various parts of the university.