The Arias-Treviño family received an award for the effort made on environmental issues in the year 2022. But the most important thing, said Eng., was to survive.
The official of the San Carlos Campus, Marlen Treviño, who with her family got the Blue Flag Sustainable Home award, said that 2022 was the first time they participated as a family in the Blue Flag program and now they are part of it, supported by TEC, and that his family is definitely convinced that this is a process in which consistency must be maintained.
Treviño also mentioned that his family has implemented actions to reduce electricity and water consumption.
“Awareness has also been created about the importance of recycling. For example, my six-year-old son already knows that there are materials that are recycled, and he accompanies me to the collection center and trains us on the relevant topic of being sustainable. home and help the planet,” Treviño explained.
GAsel officials provide support and advice to institutional families who wish to be part of this program.
Arias-Treviño is the first family within the San Carlos Campus to obtain this award, helping this campus to obtain a green star on its flag.
Actions implemented by the Arias-Treviño family:
- Promote the reduction, reuse, recycling, and proper disposal of solid waste.
- Measure your water consumption.
- Measure the power consumption of electricity.
- Measure fossil fuel consumption.
- Include environmental and social behavior in purchases made at home.
- Join the training.
The Blue Flag program for Sustainable Homes allows us to reinforce good sustainable practices in homes where the people who live there are sensitive to environmental degradation.
Since 2010, the San Carlos Campus has participated in the PBAE, Educational Centers category, and since 2018 in the Climate Change category.