Sprawled across 300 acres of land and enveloped by lush green landscapes, Karma Lakelands indulges in multiple eco-initiatives to support the environment daily. To promote an organic way of living, Karma Lakelands partakes in manoeuvres like vermicomposting, bio composting, creating eco-bricks from discarded plastic bottles, bee farming and organic farming.
Vermicomposting is one of the most sustainable agricultural practices under organic farming. This technique acts like a natural organic fertilizer prepared using earthworms to convert biodegradable components into manure. Earthworms help decompose organic components into the right carbon and nitrogen ratio to enhance vegetation's growth naturally. We at Karma Lakelands actively take steps to vermicompost with various species of worms to elevate the nutrients in the soil to improve soil fertility.
Bio composting is the naturally aerobic degradation of organic material under controlled conditions, resulting in hummus-like compost. This method uses various micro-organisms such as bacteria, fungi and actinomycetes to break complex compounds like cellulose into oxygen-rich organic matter. In order to promote green living in Manesar, Karma Lakelands diligently engages in bio composting, which is used for soil enrichment.
Karma Lakelands has always been attentive to preserving nature and looking for sustainable ways to co-exist. One such initiative we adopted was using ecobricks that serve as reusable building blocks. An ecobrick is a plastic bottle packed with used plastic to create density. These bricks can be used to manufacture items like furniture, garden walls or even houses, as the bricks are highly durable. This eco-friendly idea is an excellent way to reduce plastic waste accumulation, ultimately lowering carbon emissions.