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Sustainable Living and Biodiversity

STMDocs strives hard to preserve biodiversity and promote sustainable living. Recently, we have been chosen for a special jury award of biodiversity board of government of Kerala for our efforts to conserve biodiversity of the campus. TS Rajesh of the company received the award from the minister for forests and wildlife of Kerala in a brief ceremony. We are documenting the biodiversity of the campus using a MediaWiki and the site will be up and running soon. The campus is:

  • environment friendly, plastic free zone with paperless office
  • no air-conditioning and no synthetic lights during day
  • self sufficient in vegetables, milk, poultry and eggs
  • organic farming, no pesticides and synthetic fertilizers
  • rain water harvesting and gray water recycling
  • bio-gas from cow dung to meet entire fuel needs of cafeteria
  • waste management and composting
  • lowest energy consumption
  • passionate usage of free and open source software for all our computing and development

As everyone knows, water is the very basis of life in this planet and is the most precious material. ... MORE

This green studded pathway is one of the many routes that lead up to our main office building. While in ... MORE

Bamboos have been profusely used in the construction of our office building. Contrary to what people believe, bamboos have ... MORE

The bees and butterflies are abundantly available in our campus enriching the biospora. The singular reason for their ... MORE

The bees and butterflies are abundantly available in our campus enriching the biospora. The ...

As part of self-sufficiency and sustainable living, we have a small cattle farm consisting of five ... MORE

This is the day time view of our campus when seen from the cafeteria. We follow the architecture propounded by Laurie Baker by using local ... MORE

Our campus is completely wheelchair accessible. One can go around the campus as well as anywhere inside the buildings in a wheelchair.

A night view of the buildings in the campus.

Flowers galore in the campus!