So, basically, that is what we do using our water management technology: capturing the freshwater and keeping it as our resource, instead of simply letting it leave back to the ocean. The basis of our comprehensive plantation system largely lies on this inventive water management system. As seen in the Water Management Trinity diagram, the system comprises of three main components (i.e. the Canals, the Dams and Water Gates, and the Dikes) and it supports three aspects of sustainability including the environmental, economic, and social aspects.
Environmentally, our comprehensive water management system has been scientifically evident to enable our lands to be fire proof. The integrated mechanism of our canals, water gates, and dikes ensures that the naturally saturated soil in our lands receive the exact amount of water needed to keep the soil moisturized. It also slows down land subsidence and abrasion as the dikes and water gates do not allow the natural precipitation to simply erode the top soil to the sea.
Economically, our comprehensive water management system largely contributes in ensuring the constant provision of freshwater supply for all purposes. In this era where freshwater scarcity keep increasing, its availability holds a more pivotal role in any kind of economic activity. By providing the massive amount of it within our plantation, we safeguard all economic activities evolving in our vicinity, including the ones related to the agricultural development, industrial operation, and human survival.