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Q1:When was the Center for Environmental Sustainability and Human Health (CESHH) established?  

A1:The Center for Environmental Sustainability and Human Health (CESHH) was established on December 15th, 2020

Q2:What is the purpose of the Center for Environmental Sustainability and Human Health (CESHH)?  

A2:To conduct research on emerging environmental issues in Taiwan and propose solutions to promote sustainably environmental development.

Q3:What are the research topics in the CESHH? 

A3:Research in the CESHH mainly on:

  1. Air quality monitoring and micro-analysis technology. It involves the development of technology in green chemical analysis and advanced technology in environmental monitoring, and to improve the analytical and detection capabilities of trace substances in the environment.
  2. Water regeneration and circular economy.It involves the development of novel materials for water resource treatment technology as well as valuable and precious metal recycling technology to achieve the goal of sustainable use of resources.
  3. Big data analysis in environmental monitoring applications.Long-term monitoring and analysis of PM2.5 components will be addressed using big data analysis. We have a database of specific PM 2.5 events, and we use environmental forensic technology to trace the possible sources of specific events.
  4. Exposure risk assessment and health promotion. It involves risk assessment of toxic matters on human health for health improvement. Cytotoxicity tests are conducted on Taiwan's local concerned chemical substances to understand their exposure risks and potential effects on human health.

Q4:How many research groups does the Center for Environmental Sustainability and Human Health (CESHH) have?

A4:There are two research groups, including:

  1. Environmental Monitoring and Inspection Group.
  2. Emerging Pollutants and Health Effects Group.

Q5:How many members does the Center for Environmental Sustainability and Human Health have?


CESHH currently includes three consultants, a director, a division chief, two research fellows and a technician.

Seventeen teachers from three universities are currently involved in the center, including 10 teachers from MCUT, 3 teachers from Chang Gung University, 4 teachers from Chang Gung University of Science and Technology.

Q6:Where is the office of the Center for Environmental Sustainability and Human Health located?

A6:It is located in room 204, on the 2nd floor of the General building (directly across from the elevator).

Q7:How many laboratories does the Center for Environmental Sustainability and Human Health have, and where are these located?

A7:The CESHH has 5 laboratories located on the 2nd floor in the General building.

  1. Room 207, Inorganic Analysis Laboratory
  2. Room 208, Organic Analysis Laboratory
  3. Room 209, Pretreatment Laboratory
  4. Room 210, Biological Analysis Laboratory
  5. Room 211, Physical Analysis Laboratory

Q8:How many research equipment does the Center for Environmental Sustainability and Human Health have?

A8:Please refer to the webpage of the research equipment of the CESHH.


Q9:What procedures must be followed in order to use the research center's equipment?

A9:For first-time users, permission from the center director is required, followed by equipment training and basic education. Applicants may be permitted to operate independently depending on the technician’s approval. Except for instruments and research equipment valued at more than 5 million dollars (NTD), all of the center's research equipment may be handled by laboratory members with suitable expertise. The center technician will notify the applicant and reschedule the appointment in the event of equipment failure.

Q10:When should the application be made for the reservation of instruments? How long can it be used at one time?

A10:You cane make reservation through the booking registration system. Please apply to the office of the center one week in advance. The booking period is 4 hours at a time, and it is mainly subject to the approval of the center’s technician.

Q11:Where can I download a laboratory door access control application form?

A11:File update.

Q12:Where can I download weekend and night laboratory door access control application form?

A12:File update.

Q13:What precautions should I take before entering the laboratory?


  1. Wear a lab coat.
  2. Put on personal protective equipment required for the experiment.
  3. Please put up a sign to the experimental apparatus, notifying the equipment's use or heating status to prevent injuring other users.
  4. Once the experiment is complete, please return the experimental equipment and appliances, then clean the surrounding area. Upon leaving the laboratory, ensure that the water, electricity, air conditioner, lights, doors, and windows are all closed.
  5. Please refer to the laboratory management rules under School Environmental Safety Office.

Q14:What safety equipment does the Center’s laboratory provide?

A14:The center's protective gear includes:

  1. Goggles
  2. Activated carbon mask
  3. Class C protective clothing
  4. Absorbent cotton
  5. Acid and alkali resistant gloves
  6. First aid kit (cotton swabs, sterilized gauze, betadine, paper tape, band-aid)
  7. Gas detection system

Q15:How can I make a reservation for measurement services?


Please contact the technician, Ms. Hsiu-Ching Chen, to make a reservation.

Service hours:Monday to Friday 08:00~12:00 & 13:00~17:00

TEL:886-2-2908-9899 ext.7600



Q16:How do I contact the CESHH?


Please contact the technician, Ms. Hsiu-Ching Chen.

Service hours:Monday to Friday 08:00~12:00 & 13:00~17:00

TEL:886-2-2908-9899 ext.7600


Address:84 Gungjuan Rd., Taishan Dist. New Taipei City 243303, Taiwan 

Center: General Building 2F

E-mail:ceshh@mail.mcut.edu.tw or betty1007@mail.mcut.edu.tw


Q17:Which companies or institutions is CESHH currently cooperating with?


  1. Center for Sustainability Science, Academia Sinica
  2. Graduate Institute of Environmental Engineering, National Taiwan University
  3. National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
  4. National Taiwan Ocean University Institute of Marine Environmental and Ecology
  5. Environmental Institute, University of Delaware
  6. Daejeon Green Environment Center, Chungnam University
  7. Graphene and Advanced 2D Materials Research Institute, Sunway University
  8. Bioscience Remediation Research Laboratory, University of Tokyo
  9. Nano chemistry Research Institute, University of Azad Jammu & Kashmir, Pakistan
  10. Chemistry Department, Attock Campus, University of Education, Pakistan
  11. University of Narowal, Pakistan