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SDG 14.5.3
Maintaining a Local Ecosystem

Programs towards good aquatic stewardship practices develop and support programmes
and incentives that encourage and maintain good aquatic stewardship practices


Plate 14.5.3 (a) Sanitary Napkin Destroyer (Incinerator)

Plate 14.5.3 (b) Memorandum of Understanding with Sani Clean

Link: Notification of Committee – Biological waste disposal committee and Swaccha Bharat Committee


  • Sri Sri University is committed to treating the waste before disposing of either solid or liquid waste.
  • Sri Sri University has dedicated committees like Biological Waste Disposal Committee, Swacch Bharat and Sustainability Committee.
  • Sri Sri University. Has well maintained Bio-Sewage Treatment Plant, Wastewater Treatment Plant, Drinking water treatment, etc.
  • Sri Sri University upcycle 15-20 lakh liter water from rain water harvesting for sanitation, irrigation and other uses through water treatment plant.


Sri Sri University efficiently utilize water resources. Common practices are rainwater harvesting and its upcycling, wastewater treatment, sewage treatment, and controlled drainage. Students are encouraged through campaigns and awareness to minimize water use in the hostel. University has upgraded its tap with air filters which results in saving 25% of water. University is equipped with a sensor-based toilet which reduces water use and helps in water conservation.  Drip irrigation for horticulture is practiced since starting and continuing for water conservation. This has resulted in low consumption of water in the university annually.