CEDRS (Center for Environment Disaster Resilience and Sustainability) is committed to conducting research, education, and community engagement activities related to flood disaster management. The center collaborates with relevant stakeholders to develop effective strategies for flood prevention, early warning systems, and post-flood recovery efforts. Additionally, CEDRS actively promotes the concept of zero waste by implementing sustainable waste management practices, advocating recycling and waste reduction, and raising awareness about the importance of a circular economy.

In the field of pollution, CEDRS conducts research and education programs focused on understanding and mitigating various forms of pollution. This includes air pollution, water pollution, and soil contamination. The center collaborates with industries, government agencies, and non-governmental organizations to develop innovative solutions, promote environmental sustainability, and raise awareness about the detrimental effects of pollution on human health and ecosystems.

Through its dedication to flood disaster management, zero waste initiatives, and pollution mitigation, CEDRS plays a significant role in addressing these critical challenges and contributing to a more sustainable and resilient society.