Do you recognize the areas where the water crisis becomes a reality sooner than you think?
Uluwatu and Jimbaran will be the first regions severely affected by the water crisis.
The tourism industry is the economic engine, and at the same time, the sector that uses most of the water.
The tourism industry uses excessive amounts of water, averaging around 3 million liters of water per day. Together with the growing development, the public water supply is becoming insufficient, forcing hotels to pump up significant amounts of groundwater and well water.
Consequently, the massive tourism development in southern Bali has exploited the island's main water resources in the Center and North Bali too.
What could the water crisis mean for your hotel, resort, or private home?
It can make your business vulnerable. Tourists coming to Bali want to enjoy the wellbeing and healthiness. Clean and safe water comes first.
If it's endangered, the sales figures will go down, and the perfect holiday destination Bali is in danger.
But what can we do together? You as a proprietor, as a hotel chain, as a restaurant owner, or as the operator of a resort?
We can start to solve the water problem as a preventive action or solve the existing by doing a site visit at your location. Scope Asia International, based in Bali, can provide suitable, efficient, and sustainable solutions for these kinds of challenges.
When you're aware of this dramatic development, and you're are looking for sustainable solutions for your hotels, resorts, restaurants, and companies, contact us now email@example.com or +62 812 3682 7343
By: Barbara Lietz