SDG6
Clean Water and Sanitation

Achieve equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water for all, improve water quality by reducing pollution, increase water-use efficiency, and protect and restore water-related ecosystems.

Safe Drinking Water, Sustainable Information

Safe and affordable drinking water is provided on campus, and sustainable supply and recycling of water resources are ensured through the diverse use of water resources and improvement to water efficiency, while also reducing water pollution.   In recent years, the Yangming Campus constructed a rainwater collection and storage system.

SDGs:
6

NYCU Was Awarded by MOE for Excellent Environmental Protection and Disaster Prevention Practices

In order to promote campus environmental protection, occupational safety and health management, and disaster prevention and rescue work of colleges and universities, the MOE implements requisite environmental protection and occupational safety and health related laws and regulations, and established a comprehensive campus environment and safety management system for colleges and

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Seminar on Sustainable Water Treatment Technology

Water is the source of all things in life. Conservation, utilization, and development of water resources are all correlated to human livelihood and industrial development, and even affect countries around the world. However, due to climate change in recent years, the water shortage has become a more and more frequent

SDGs:
6

Nanliao Hydraulic Startup Hub & Emergency Seawater Desalination Plant

Taiwan is subject to the effects of climate change, particularly water scarcity, which is highly detrimental to the development of multiple industries. In addition to the conservation of freshwater resources, efforts should be made to develop seawater desalination with the objective of establishing a stable water source. By reducing the

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Every Drop of Water is Indispensable in Times of Water Scarcity: Is There an Optimal Ratio of Reclaimed Water to Desalinated Water?

CSR@CW interviewed Professor Huang Chih-pin, Director of the Environmental Technology & Smart System Research Center, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University (NYCU). Professor Huang was invited to analyze the advantages and disadvantages of reclaimed and desalinated water as emerging water resources and provide suggestions for Taiwan’s water policies. The development

SDGs:
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