Energy and Climate Change
Since energy saving is one of the most important climate actions, KMITL has various and creative policies and campaigns for energy saving. It has implemented policies and campaigns to reduce energy consumption. more
KMITL is aware of the effects of climate change and the importance of adaptation to the livelihood of communities and countries. The institute therefore has many projects in order to educate the community and be aware of the impacts. Thus, KMITL provides local education programs or campaigns on climate change risks more
Water and life below water
An EM ball project produce EM balls that consist of rice husk, rice polish, rough rice molasses, soil, and EM for use in wastewater treatment. EM balls help decompose organic matter in wastewater before it is released into surrounding natural water resources. The project is part of the environmental and social responsibility efforts taken by the institute. more
KMITL has cooperated with the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives to establish AIC Center (Agritech and Innovation Center) under the policy “Agricultural Technology 4.0” by applying technology to the development of agriculture and fisheries in Chumphon Province.
Facebook : AIC Chumphon
Buildings & Grounds
Building & Open space
Forest & Plant vegetables
KMITL designed buildings and Open spaces to increase the green area within the university to make it a green university.
KMITL Conserve forest areas Within the university and use water sources for agriculture
KMITL Design new buildings smart buildings In order to save energy and protect the environment Safe and planned improvements are made to the building. Previously created to be Intelligent building model
Health & Living
Waste recycling program
Tube pillow project for Bedridden patient is a project that uses plastic straws Come cut to the right size Then packed into the pillow to make the patient stick to the bed, use a cushion to prevent pressure ulcers. We have 3 donation points in the Faculty of Science’s Canteen, KMITL food court, and KMITL Central Library.
The institute has been campaigning a compost project which aims to produce compost from organic waste, such as leaves and grass, to reduce the cost of fertilizer and make good use of waste materials.
KMIT has the policy to separate inorganic waste into 4 types: recycled waste, general waste, wet waste, and hazardous waste. Sorted garbage can use for recycling or reuse
Education & Research
KMITL provides free access to educational resources for students, staff, cooperated organizations, alumni, and the general public, including free computer services at the computer service center, free KMITL Wi-Fi all over the campus area. more