Bacha Khan Medical Complex MTI-Swabi

Attached Teaching Hospital of
Gajju Khan Medical College Swabi Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

One-day seminar organized on Green Technology Towards waste management by the UoS at BKMC-MTI Auditorium Hall.

Swabi: A one-day seminar was organized by the Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Swabi in collaboration with the National Incubation Center Peshawar here at the Bacha Khan Medical Complex auditorium hall. The theme of the seminar was “Be Part of the Solution, Not the Pollution”.

Dean/CEO Prof. Dr. Shams-Ur-Rehman, Hospital Director Dr. Amjad Mahboob, Nursing Director Mr. Mehran Khan, Associate Dean Research Dr. Sajjad, and other faculty members, administrative officers, and students from GKMC-MTI actively participated in the seminar as well.

The Guest Speaker of the seminar, Dr. Nazish Huma Khan Assistant Professor Department of Environmental Sciences UOS highlighted the issues related to waste and emphasized the consequences of inadequate waste management and their outcomes. Dr. Nazish provided comprehensive solutions on how to overcome these issues ensuring a more sustainable and environmentally friendly approach to waste management.

The Management of GKMC/BKMC-MTI warmly welcomed the representatives from UOS who actively contributed to waste management and green technology initiatives.

Dean/CEO and HD BKMC-MTI highly appreciated the efforts made by the University of Swabi and expressed their willingness to collaborate on raising awareness about waste management and green technology.

Dr. Nazish expressed her gratitude to the BKMC/GKMC administration for cooperating in organizing the seminar. During her speech, Dr. Nazish emphasized the need for Pakistan to adopt green techniques that are cheap, cost-effective, and durable.

As part of their visit, the team from UOS also visited the incinerator and the hospital garbage/dump area, where all the waste was appropriately managed and disposed of in an eco-friendly manner.

At the end of the seminar certificates and shields were distributed among the participants.