What do we do?



1. Waste Management Solutions​

Waste management solutions are crucial for ensuring the sustainability and health of our environment. Effective waste management solutions involve reducing, reusing, and recycling waste materials as much as possible to minimize their negative impact on the environment. Various methods like composting, landfills, and incineration can also be used for managing waste, depending on the type of waste and the available resources. Ultimately, implementing sustainable waste management solutions can help conserve natural resources, reduce pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, and protect public health.

Waste Management Solutions

Agro Ecology and Agro Economy

2. Agro Ecology and Agro Economy

Agroecology is a scientific discipline that seeks to understand the ecological processes and principles that underlie agricultural systems. It is an approach to farming that emphasizes the integration of natural systems and biodiversity, and aims to create more sustainable and resilient agricultural systems.
Agroeconomy, on the other hand, is a broader term that encompasses the economic aspects of agriculture, including the production, distribution, and consumption of agricultural goods and services. It involves the study of market forces, economic policies, and the social and environmental impacts of agricultural practices.

3.Water Conservation & Drinking Water Projects​

Water conservation refers to the sustainable use and management of water resources to minimize waste and ensure their availability for future generations. It involves implementing various strategies to reduce water consumption, including reducing leaks, adopting water-efficient technologies, and changing water-use habits.
Drinking water projects aim to provide access to safe and clean drinking water to communities that lack access to it. These projects may involve building or rehabilitating water treatment plants, drilling wells, or implementing rainwater harvesting systems.

Waste Management Solutions

Waste Management Solutions

4. Non Conventional Source Of Energy​

Non-conventional sources of energy are energy sources that are renewable and do not rely on fossil fuels or nuclear sources. These sources of energy include solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, and biomass energy. Solar energy is derived from the sun's rays and can be converted into electricity through solar panels. Wind energy is generated by wind turbines that convert the kinetic energy of wind into electricity. Hydro energy is generated by the movement of water and is used to generate electricity. Geothermal energy is generated from the earth's heat and can be used to produce electricity or to heat buildings. Biomass energy is derived from organic matter and can be converted into electricity or used as a fuel.