Mercy Corps Indonesia held a workshop that brought together with stakeholders across the region of Garang Watershed Management area, at the Grand Edge Hotel, Semarang. The activity, entitled Strengthening Rainwater Runoff Management Initiatives, reminds all of us to care about the environment and the impact of flooding in the city of Semarang.
The Amaya as an environmentally conscious developer was honored by Mercy Corps Indonesia to contribute to the efforts to manage rainwater runoff as a example development project that prioritizes environmental balance. Represented by Nugroho Pratomo as a Project Manager of The Amaya, it was delivered to guests who attended from government agencies and related private institutions, that “the Amaya continues to strive to improve environmental conditions by implementing the watershed concept in accordance with the standards of the Environmental Service.”
Rainwater runoff management can be done by using paving holes, utilizing ponds, processing water reservoirs, planting trees, applying swells with basins and infiltration, and applying dry wells, all of which have been carried out by The Amaya. In collaboration with Mercy Corps Indonesia, The Amaya infiltration well location management standard will enter a new phase with the collaboration of an ESG (Ecometrix Solutions Group) environmental service identification and inventory expert.