• The Division of Buildings and Grounds

    Naresuan University planted “cape leadwort” (Plumbago auriculata) or in Thai called “Payap Mhok” along the road from the main entrance gate to increase the green area and improve the landscape of the University.

  • Tree Planting Imprinting One’s Heart on NU Territory

    Asst. Prof. Dr. Preecha Ruangjan, acting president of Naresuan University, accompanied by administrative staff, the War Veterans Organization officers, and NU staff and students joined together in the activitiy “Naresuan University Plants for the year 2017”

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  • 9,101 ecological-friendly packages for distributing free food to mourners taking part in the royal cremation ceremony for His Majesty the Late King Bhumibhol Adulyadej.

    Assoc. Prof. Dr. Samorn Hirunpaditkoon, together with a research team from the Faculty of Engineering, Naresuan University, has successfully developed eco-friendly packaging design using leaves to replace foam containers. Among other leaves tested in laboratory, bastard teak leaves were found to be best suited for replacing foam containers due to its high resistance value; the material is capable of containing hot food without any leakages.

  • Planting ten thousand marigolds blooming all over the campus for the late King Rama IX’s cremation ceremony

    The Division of Buildings and Grounds initiated the project to plant ten thousand marigolds along Naresuan Road (from the main gate of the University to the King Naresuan Monument) jointly by Naresuan University staff, students, and the rest of the NU community on September 1st 2017. We hope that they will bloom all over the campus for the late King Rama IX’s cremation ceremony from October 25 to 29, 2017.

  • Green University Overview for a Sustainable Future

    Naresuan University was officially founded on July 29, 1990. The total area of the main campus, which is located in the suburban area of Phitsanulok province, is 2,167,624 square meters, 9.38 % of which is covered by forest vegetation with 28.53 percent covered by planted vegetation. Naresuan University has policies to use energy efficient appliances, replacing conventional appliances. A greenhouse gas emission reduction program has been implemented using the HVAC System which has been implemented for green buildings as reflected in all construction and renovation policies, for example, natural ventilation, full natural day-lighting, and employment of a building energy manager for the Green Building. Naresuan University also uses renewable energy inside the campus, produced from solar energy.

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