In order to train responsible managers, it is essential to provide students with environment-friendly living conditions. Awareness and learning are also easier for students if they live on a campus which is committed to taking action to reduce the impact of its activities on the environment.
Waste reduction and recycling:
Waste sorting: cups, cans, plastic bottles, paper and plastic caps are donated to the association Bouchons de l’Espoir.
The WEEEs (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) are repaired by the RECLS association, donated to underprivileged families or resold. The profits from the sale of old books from the multimedia library are redistributed to associations for missions of access to education and culture (Secours Populaire Français, Mots et Merveilles).
Operation Clean Campus and Zero Cigarette Butts, communication focusing on the use of personal mugs at the cafeteria and in the hot beverage vending machines.
The PoUCE is the campus vegetable garden managed by the club Uni’vert. As a shared space open to students and staff members, it aims to raise awareness about sustainable agriculture and resource management. It is equipped with a rainwater collector, insect nest boxes and is part of an organic farming approach.
For several years, IMT-BS has been engaged in a progressive approach to responsible purchasing (furniture, goodies, phytosanitary products, catering).
LED lighting, motion detectors, free-cooling system in the server room in order to optimize energy consumption.
A project for the sustainable building of a new sports hall with ecological materials is under way.
Recharging stations for electric vehicles, secure bicycle storage room, renewal of the vehicle fleet with hybrid vehicles.