Our operation is based on the law of conservation of mass and energy which states that, mass is neither created nor destroyed but can be transformed from one form to another.
Waste, therefore can be seen as a raw material which can be processed to form desired products. For example, human/animal wastes can be used to produce organic fertilizers, biogas (for cooking), slag etc. Used and discarded polymeric materials can be peletized to form polyethylene pellets for the production of products like hangers, parkers, plastic cups, plates and buckets depending on the desired products.
Discarded pet bottles and broken chairs are processed to form plasphats, a high valued paving material deployed in green-civil engineering to replace the already costly chippings and sand.
The CW2WRAD will be offering a one (1) year, six (6)months “Waste to Wealth” Taught Post-Graduate degree.
This is an intercontinental programme which will be offering a one year MSc degree, running for 18months, Six (6) months studies each semester (Totaling 12 months practical and theory), six (6) months stipulated for exams and project assessment.
Among the courses to be thought are namely:
In extension, the Centre for Waste to Wealth, Research and Development (CW2WRAD) is in process of collaborating with the University of Boras Sweden to offer the same degree on an inter-university basis.
For specific questions regarding the course, contact the faculty:
Contact Study Counselling,
For questions about the application, contact Application Service.
For other questions, contact, Engr. Professor. Nwakudu 08037214918
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