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Waste-to-wealth has been used as the concept to address the environmental problem by changing the traditional view of waste as an end product to be disposed off. Raising awareness on environmental issue and turn it into potential value has seen as a big challenge to the university, as most system relies on operational behavior. Typically, the bio-waste management in campus facing with issues of poor waste management by contractor, unsystematic disposal management, the ineffective mechanism of waste segregation which eventually lead to the involvement of high and burdensome operational cost. This short communication reports the current bio-recycling initiatives implemented in the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) and provides some viewpoint in the conclusion to improve the current bio-recycling implementation with an objective to address problems that have been aforementioned and highlights its market potential for institutional income.
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Author(s): Nur Suraya Kamsano, Johan Sohaili, Mohd. Fadhil Md Din, Atiqah Ab Rasid, Shazwin Mat Taib, Norhisyam Hanafi and Chew Tin Lee
Waste-to-wealth, Sustainability, Bio-recycling, Living laboratory, Bio-waste, Waste management, Solid waste, E-waste, Fly ash