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‘Eco-Bag’ – A Way to Reduce Carbon Footprint in UMS

MONDAY, 13 AUGUST – The Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Heritage (FKSW), Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) in collaboration with a private company, Epal Handicraft Training Centre recently initiated an EcoCampus project held in conjunction with the National Day 2018 themed, “Sayangi Malaysiaku” (Love My Malaysia).

The activity dubbed, ‘Eco-Bag Project’ saw some 30 bags sewn by administration staff of FKSW using discarded banners found at the campus.

In her remarks, Deputy Registrar of FKSW, Molly Donna Awang Sham lauded the move which was organised in support of UMS being an EcoCampus.

“We hope to spread awareness amongst UMS staff and students to recycle, reuse, reduce or repurpose,” she said.

More than 10 administration staff of FKSW helped sew the eco-bag which was quickly snapped up by staff of the faculty and other faculties. - FL


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