EnviroPallets commemorate Environment Day with Event Titled Seven Billion Dreams Consume with Care
World Environment Day which fell on June 5, inspired people to refresh their awareness towards the environment and participate in maintaining and protecting our surrounding environment. To that end, Enviro Pallets with BLH (Environment Body) and DKP (Sanitation and Parks Agency) of Tabanan Regency and Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia staged an activity by making biopori holes. The activity titled Seven Billions Dream, One Planet Consume with Care that focus on clean water and sanitation.
This activity is a part to maintain the availability of water in Bali in order to remain enjoyed by the next generations.
The event was opened by the Head of the Environment Body of Tabanan Raka Icwara and attended by over 200 participants consist of the BLH Tabanan, DKP Tabanan, Tabanan Adiwiyata Schools, students, NGOs Kunti Bhakti, Hardys Foundation, and representatives from Coca Cola Amatil Indonesia.
The event continued with the socialization of biopori by speakers from BLH, DKP, and EnviroPallets.
The biopori absorption hole is water absorption method aimed to overcome puddle by increasing the soil’s absorbing power. Organic waste at the biopori hole can then feed the soil fauna, which in turn is able to create pores in the soil.
Ahmad Faisal Bayan, CSR & Marketing Manager of Enviropallets added, “Biopori have a myriad of ecological and environmental benefits, namely expanding the field of water absorption, as organic waste management, and continue to improve soil health. Therefore, although this method is less popular, but it can be a good way in environmental conservation. “
Once the participants understand the basic concepts and functions of biopori, the event continued with the making of hundreds of biopori holes, and closed with creative music and dance by students who enliven the event.
Through the “Seven Billion Dreams, One Planet Consume with Care” Enviro Pallets and CCAI invites all people and companies to continue to t integrate responsibility towards environment and social into every activity undertaken.Filed under: The Island