Infrastructure is the set of structural elements that supports the day-to-day function, and influences the direction of human society. Sustainable infrastructure refers to the designing, building, and operating of these structural elements in ways that do not not diminish the social, economic and ecological processes required to maintain human equity, diversity, and the functionality of natural systems. (Defined by Community Research Connections)
KPI is aligning with alternative infrastructure opportunities to better the finances, effectiveness and cleanliness of municipalities and industries. By using bacterial amendments, natural biofilters, or other recycled products (i.e. tires, CO2), KPI strives to seek out new opportunities to reuse wastes, reduce raw materials and recover valuable resources to facilitate in sustainability and improved quality of life.