St. George's College, Aruvithura, is committed to promoting sustainable living and protecting the environment. We have implemented several green initiatives on campus to reduce our environmental impact and promote sustainable practices.
One of our key initiatives is to maintain a green campus by preserving the natural beauty of the campus and incorporating sustainable landscaping practices. We have a botanical garden, a fish farm, and a poly house, which not only beautify the campus but also promote sustainable agriculture practices.
We have also implemented several alternative energy sources and energy conservation measures on campus, including the installation of solar panels and energy-efficient lighting systems. These initiatives have helped us reduce our carbon footprint and save energy.
Waste management is another area where we have implemented green initiatives. We have a comprehensive waste management system in place, which includes segregation of waste at source, composting of organic waste, and proper disposal of hazardous waste. This has helped us reduce our waste generation and promote sustainable waste management practices.
Water conservation is another key area where we have implemented green initiatives. We have installed rainwater harvesting systems throughout the campus, which has helped us reduce our reliance on freshwater sources and promote sustainable water management practices.
In addition to the above initiatives, we also have a comprehensive program for promoting awareness of sustainable living practices among our students and staff. We organize awareness campaigns, seminars, and workshops on topics such as sustainable agriculture, waste management, and water conservation.
At St. George's College, we are committed to promoting sustainable living and protecting the environment. Our green initiatives are a testament to this commitment, and we continue to explore new ways to reduce our environmental impact and promote sustainable practices.