SRIET implemented Rain Water Harvesting within the campus as an alternative source of water. The rain water conservation resolves the high demand of water in the institution. The harvested rain water is used for non-drinking purposes like gardening, water supply for canteen, hostel, laboratories, laundry, and toilets.
SRIET has built a rainwater harvesting system of size 24 x 9 feet, 20 feet high which collects the rain water from the terrace of over 15,000 square feet water collection area. The rainwater that falls on the roof is channelized by the roof catchment systems into a tank through gutters and pipes. The capacity of the tank is 1,50,000 litres. Through rain water harvesting water sources will be recharged as well as restores the wells. It can reduce soil erosion and controls surface water run-off. And also improves freshwater consistency and quality of water.
Following the directive from the state government to completely ban single-use plastics from January 2019, many colleges have already taken steps and some are in the process of finding ways to totally banish plastic from the campus, and also advising students to say no to plastic outside college as well.
Plastic Free Campus is an initiative implemented to reduce pollution in the campus. This initiative inspires students to acquire sustainable values within their lives. To ensure the plastic free environment and reduce the toxic impact of it, SRIET encourages students and faculty members to avoid the use of plastic containers or bags, bottles etc.… and increase the use of reusable products.
Biogas is the mixture of gases produced by the breakdown of organic matter in the absence of oxygen (anaerobically), primarily consisting of methane and carbon dioxide.
Salient Features of Our Renewable Energy Plant (2cum Biogas Plant) are
The Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM-G) was launched on 2nd October 2014, by Honorable Prime Minister of India – Shri Narendra Modi, with a vision to create “Swachh Bharat” (meaning Clean India) by 2019 as a befitting tribute to Mahatma Gandhi, the father of our nation, who said that ‘cleanliness is next to Godliness’, on his 150th birth anniversary. The mission aspires to engage everyone in a collective quest for cleaning & making villages, districts, States and eventually India open defecation free and achieve universal cleanliness through Solid and Liquid Waste Management (SLWM) initiatives in the villages of the country. The Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation (MDWS) commissioned “Swachh Sarvekshan Grameen-2018” (SSG 2018) through an independent survey agency (Kantar Public) to rank all districts of India on the basis of quantitative and qualitative sanitation (Swachhata) parameters.Objective
Our Institution along with student volunteers, plays an active role in shaping humane and responsible citizenship for our students. The ultimate purpose is to encourage rural community in the improvement of their sanitation status. We have conducted various programmes like
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