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Let's “Bye Bye Plastic”

Bye Bye Plastic
        Although drastically reducing the use of plastic will be difficult for life in Bangkok, but seeing the personnel carry a box of rice from home, carry a personal glass of water and carry more cloth bags. This is a very good starting point. This is partly due to safety concerns and measures of convenience stores that began to seriously refrain from using plastic bags. Let’s go and see that there has been some reduction in the use of plastic at WUBKK.
Bye Bye Plastic
Bye Bye Plastic
       It is the second year of campaigning for personnel to reduce the use of plastic by encouraging them to turn to rice boxes, water glasses and cloth bags as a routine. To reduce global warming and reduce the amount of waste that starts from us which embraced WUBKK’s policy to drive a green university popped up the concept of campaign activities under the name “Bye Bye Plastic” to continue green project into concrete and encourage personnel to be aware of and give importance to the use of resources with value previously WUBKK has organized 3 green project activities: Dropping the seeds into the ground, Kin Pak Rak Sukkhaparb and Sharing by Recycler
        The “Bye Bye Plastic” activity is not only a campaign for personnel to reduce the use of plastic, but also encouraging the proper use of plastic waste which WUBKK has been a waste such as drinking water bottles, packaging container and other waste materials to be adapted for use. For example, the vase for the plant you see here. It’s another easy DIY piece that’s beautiful and useful and can turn trash into useful items without investment ever.
Bye Bye Plastic
Bye Bye Plastic
       Walailak University Bangkok Coordination Unit under the campaign “GREEN WUBKK…because we save the world”, we will continue to campaign to reduce plastic use among our staff with the hope that behavior change in the workplace will be a good starting point for reducing and phasing out plastic use. Significant and as a result, it can reduce the amount of plastic used in daily life by 100 percent in the future.
Bye Bye Plastic
Published on 15/09/2021
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