We conserve energy in a variety of ways at Keva, affording us considerable cost and energy savings.
We’ve installed motion sensors in the washrooms and passage areas that save energy in the absence of human movement. Similarly, our premises are lit with LED lights instead of conventional CFL lamps/ sodium vapour or mercury vapour lamps.
To eliminate air and noise pollution respectively, we’ve replaced diesel forklifts with battery-operated ones, and conventional reciprocating compressors with noiseless screw compressors.
To discontinue the use of soak pits for toilets, we constructed an STP plant where we treat water, which in turn is used to irrigate our gardens.
We also do our bit towards afforestation and have planted over 9000 trees across our sites, which include 2000 Australian Teak and Pink Pepper trees at Vashivali.
Finally, we recycle our paper scrap into miscellaneous items of use such as paper bags and notepads.