King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) actively contributes to Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 12, which aims to ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns. KMUTT’s approach to this goal is multifaceted, encompassing education, research, and sustainable campus operations.

In terms of education, KMUTT integrates the principles of sustainable consumption and production into its curriculum across various disciplines. This educational approach is designed to instill in students an understanding of the importance of sustainability in their professional and personal lives. By educating the next generation of leaders, engineers, and scientists about sustainable practices, KMUTT plays a crucial role in fostering a more sustainable future.

KMUTT’s research initiatives also contribute significantly to SDG 12. The university conducts research in areas such as waste management, renewable energy, and sustainable materials. These projects aim to develop innovative solutions that can reduce environmental impact and promote efficient use of resources. By advancing knowledge and technology in these areas, KMUTT’s research contributes to more sustainable production and consumption patterns globally.

Moreover, KMUTT is committed to sustainable campus operations. The university implements various practices to reduce waste, conserve energy, and promote recycling. These efforts not only reduce the university’s environmental footprint but also serve as a practical model for sustainable practices that can be adopted by other institutions and communities.

Through these combined efforts in education, research, and sustainable operations, KMUTT contributes to the global endeavor to achieve SDG 12, ensuring that sustainable consumption and production patterns are at the forefront of its institutional agenda.


1. A policy on ethical sourcing of food and supplies

3. A policy, process or practice on waste disposal and hazardous materials

4. Policies around use minimisation

5. Policy for minimisation of plastic use

6. Policy for minimization of disposable items

7. Disposable policy: extensions to service

8. Minimisation policies extended to suppliers


1. Related information on our university as a body on measuring the amount of waste generated and recycled across the university.


1. Related information on our publication of sustainability report.