Green Initiatives

Waste Segregation

The college campus is green and highly eco-friendly in nature. Several environmental resource management measures have been implemented and “being green” is a part of Mount Carmel College Culture.

Garbage Segregation

Waste bins that have been placed at strategic locations throughout the college campus are separated into food, paper and plastic. The paper and plastic garbage is sent out for recycling, and the food is dumped into a compost pit.

Compost Pits

The compost pits are located behind the college buildings, where easily biodegradable garbage (such as food and leaves) are dumped. Here, food that has been thrown away as well as leaves that are swept from the college campus are collected to provide nutrition to the soil.

Compost Pits

The compost pits are located behind the college buildings, where easily biodegradable garbage (such as food and leaves) are dumped. Here, food that has been thrown away as well as leaves that are swept from the college campus are collected to provide nutrition to the soil.

Rain Water Harvesting

MCC-Rainwater-Harvesting

The college has rainwater harvesting pits, to prevent water from going to waste during periods of rainfall. These are placed at various locations on the college campus, and are properly covered to avoid having stagnant water in the open.

Solar Lighting

MCC-Solar-Lighting

Solar panels, that are placed on the rooftops of various campus buildings, build up a storehouse of energy during the daytime. This energy is used to provide the light and hot water in the hostel and convent during the night.

Reverse Osmosis

We have integrated a process of Reverse Osmosis on campus in order to provide pure and safe drinking water.

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Waste Segregation

Waste Segregation

The college campus is green and highly eco-friendly in nature. Several environmental resource management measures have been implemented and “being green” is a part of Mount Carmel College Culture.

Garbage Segregation

Waste bins that have been placed at strategic locations throughout the college campus are separated into food, paper and plastic. The paper and plastic garbage is sent out for recycling, and the food is dumped into a compost pit.

Compost Pits

The compost pits are located behind the college buildings, where easily biodegradable garbage (such as food and leaves) are dumped. Here, food that has been thrown away as well as leaves that are swept from the college campus are collected to provide nutrition to the soil.

Compost Pits

The compost pits are located behind the college buildings, where easily biodegradable garbage (such as food and leaves) are dumped. Here, food that has been thrown away as well as leaves that are swept from the college campus are collected to provide nutrition to the soil.

Rain Water Harvesting

Rain Water Harvesting

MCC-Rainwater-Harvesting

The college has rainwater harvesting pits, to prevent water from going to waste during periods of rainfall. These are placed at various locations on the college campus, and are properly covered to avoid having stagnant water in the open.

Solar Lighting

Solar Lighting

MCC-Solar-Lighting

Solar panels, that are placed on the rooftops of various campus buildings, build up a storehouse of energy during the daytime. This energy is used to provide the light and hot water in the hostel and convent during the night.

Reverse Osmosis

Reverse Osmosis

We have integrated a process of Reverse Osmosis on campus in order to provide pure and safe drinking water.

Reverse-Osmosis 2
Audits