KMITL has been taking action to minimize physical, chemical, and/or biological alterations of related aquatic ecosystems as follow
- An effective micro-organisms project: a project that uses food waste to make effective micro-organisms to feed in wastewater treatment and water quality improvement in the institute. It helps reduce air pollution and chemical contamination in wastewater and also reduces the cost of waste disposal.
- An EM ball project: a project that produces EM balls that consist of rice husk, rice polish, rough rice molasses, soil, and EM for use in wastewater treatment. EM balls help decomposing organic matter in wastewater before it is released into surroundings, natural water resources, and collect in the pond for watering trees. The project is part of the environmental and social responsibility efforts taken by the institute.