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Purchasing


Dr. Mohamed Gamal
Management Department - College of Business Administration
Leader of Purchasing Sustainability Circle.




1. Purchasing non-hazardous materials such as non-toxic cleaning products, thereby promoting healthy work, living, and learning spaces.

2. Purchasing recycled and environmentally certified materials such as recycled-content and third-party certified office paper by supporting markets for environmentally preferable paper.

3. Purchasing eco-efficient and low waste products that have less impact on health and environmental resources (e.g., energy and material consumption), particularly electronic products such as desktop computers, laptops, tablets/slates, televisions, mobile phones, and imaging equipment (copiers, digital duplicators, facsimile machines, mailing machines, multifunction devices, and printers and scanners).

4. Purchasing eco-labeled or green-stickers products that identify environmentally proven products with less environmental footprint such as consumed resources and amount of pollution created.

5. Purchasing safe and secured food and beverage products that support sustainable food systems, by prioritizing the purchase of plant-based and sustainably or ethically produced food and beverage items. These actions reduce the social and environmental impacts of food production and help foster food security, improved conditions for farm workers, healthier soils and waterways.

6. Green collaboration with partners such as sharing knowledge and training

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