Meikarta Supports City Government of Bekasi So that the Land Industry Stay Green

By : Herry Barus And Aldi Firhand. A | Saturday, September 23 2017 - 21:59 IWST

Meikarta Shelter Prepare green areas (Photo Humas)
Meikarta Shelter Prepare green areas (Photo Humas)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Cikarang - Bekasi BPLH vision and mission of the industrial area as a comfortable, green and clean residence, President Meikarta, Ketut Budi Wijaya welcomes Supandi Budiman's appeal for stakeholder participation.

"The industrial land of Cikarang initially is dry and arid peatlands There is no water source and minimal trees since Lippo Cikarang licensing land we hold in 1986. Dynamically we participate in supporting Bekasi government for greening in Cikarang by changing peatlands dry to be planted trees and we also provide water resources through the procurement of pipelines.At present as the development of modern city Meikarta, we have made artificial lake and bring in hundreds of trees that can be directly embedded and grow.This is all done Meikarta, so the concept of government Bekasi green industrial land and comfortable stay awake, "said Ketut Budi Wijaya, yesterday in Cikarang.

It is said Ketut Budi Wijaya, meikarta city built very carefully. Not only pay attention to the luxurious form of the building or the complete facilities, also take into consideration aspects of the environment and health of its inhabitants later. In this development, Lippo Group as a developer who has experienced for 67 years realized that humans, although it has lived in modern times though can not be separated from the concept of nature. To this aspect, within the city of Meikarta has been built a garden area of ​​100 hectares consisting of green open space and artificial lake area of ​​25 hectares.

"Water and trees play an important role in life, in addition to functioning to absorb the dirty air, both are important as a regional climate balancer," said Ketut Budi about the existence of green space in the modern city development area Meikarta.

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