FUTO Management Develops Unique Technology For Recycling Wastes Into Marketable & Useful Products.

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FUTO Owerri Management Develops A Super-Unique Technology For Recycling Wastes Into Marketable And Useful Products.


The management of Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO), have expressed that it has developed indigenous technology for recycling wastes into marketable and useful products.

The Vice Chancellor of the institution, Professor F.C. Eze, made the disclosure on Friday, 6th March, 2020, while addressing parents guardians and the 4,841 matriculating students of FUTO. He announced that the project has already received a boost.


According to the VC, “This initiative of turning waste to wealth, received a major boost last week, when the University signed a memorandum of Understanding with the Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited, on reclamation and recycling of plastic wastes.”

He was optimistic that the collaboration would deepen the University’s waste recycling programme, especially in their current effort to generate electricity from heterogeneous waste. He said: “As we pat ourselves on the back for the appreciable progress of our University, a lot still needs to be done in the area of provision of facilities and infrastructural development. On our part as the University Management, we have ensured the provision of facilities within the limit of available resources needed for teaching and the overall wellbeing of our students.”

Further more, the VC lamented that “insufficient funds have adversely affected our ability to upgrade facilities and implement some of our novel ideas.”

Professor Eze said that extortion of students, sexual harassment and sale of grades, is highly prohibited, as any staff found culpable, would be sanctioned, in line with our regulations, adding that “to demonstrate FUTO’s commitment to the fight against sexual harassment, the Governing Council has approved the University Sexual Harassment Policy, which is aimed at discouraging any form of unhealthy sexual relationship between staff and students.”


He also warned that the University does not condone any act or unethical behaviour that could breach the peace of the University or bring the esteemed image of the University to disrepute.

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