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    • Climate conscious architectural design - Campus buildings designed to be energy efficient promoting natural air-flow.
    • House plants - used around campus buildings to improve air quality.
    • Making EM (Effective Micro-organism) to improve water quality of water bodies on campus (Click for environment club web pages).
    • Separating Rubbish - Community commitment to sorting rubbish prior to recyclables going to the middle man.
    • Preventing soil erosion by planting grasses and shrubs around the lakes and ponds.
    • Using natural materials for constructing buildings around campus.
    • School Vans – Students are encouraged to use Prem vans to travel to school, rather than individual family cars.
    • Trees planted around campus promote shade and beauty in courtyards and around buildings.
    • Students and staff use their bicycles to get around campus, creating a greener environment.
    • To limit waste on student field trips, the canteen provides packed lunches in re-usable plastic boxes.
    • Potted plants in the office, near computers, help off-set The energy output of computers, printers, and other electrical devices.
    • Natural Campus – Native species of trees are donated by leaving teachers and students of each graduating class to maintain a cool, green campus; thus, helping to create greater biodiversity at Prem.