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save freshwater supply costs on Samui as they do in Goa (India)

Koh Samui Island, a jewel in Thailand's tourism crown, is witnessing a remarkable environmental transformation, thanks to India's expertise in sustainable solutions. The island, known for its stunning beaches and vibrant resort life, is now embracing a greener future, setting an example for eco-friendly tourism globally.

In recent years, India has emerged as a pioneer in developing and implementing environmentally friendly practices, particularly in waste management and air purification. These advancements are proving invaluable for the hospitality sector, which has seen a significant increase in occupancy rates. The successful application of these practices in India has paved the way for their adoption in Koh Samui, offering a blueprint for sustainable tourism.

The urgency of environmental preservation on Koh Samui Island cannot be overstated. Given its limited size, the responsibility to safeguard its natural beauty for current and future generations of tourists, residents, and hotel workers is paramount. This initiative is not just about conservation; it represents a strategic economic opportunity for the hotel industry. By reducing monthly operational costs and lowering their carbon footprint, hotels on the island can appeal to the growing market of environmentally conscious travelers.

One of the key figures spearheading this green revolution on Koh Samui are Jatin Paul Singh and Anil Thaman, experienced Indian and Nepali professionals known for their expertise in sustainable resort management with their National Enviro Tech Solutions N.E.T.S., mainly supplying ITC hotel group; food and paper factories in India with energy saving systems for air conditioning.

Collaborating with the website “samui.green,” Singh and Thaman offering his services to local resorts, helping them boost profitability while showcasing their commitment to eco-friendly practices. His approach focuses on optimizing water and electricity usage and promoting indoor organic farming, a crucial step given the scarcity

of resources on the island.

Singh's solutions are tailored to address the unique challenges faced by island resorts. By implementing water-saving techniques and efficient energy use, these establishments not only reduce their ecological footprint but also enhance their appeal to a discerning clientele. The adoption of indoor organic farming practices further aligns with the global trend towards sustainable and locally-sourced food, adding another layer of attraction for eco-conscious tourists.

The impact of these changes on Koh Samui is profound. By embracing India's expertise in environmental management, the island is setting a new standard for sustainable tourism. It's a win-win situation: the local hotel industry benefits from reduced operational costs and increased patronage, while the natural beauty of Koh Samui

is preserved for future generations to enjoy.

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Jatin Paul Singh and Anil Thaman's collaboration with “samui.green” it's a mission to transform Koh Samui into a model of sustainable tourism. As resorts on the island adopt these innovative practices, they not only enhance their own profitability but also contribute to the global movement towards environmental responsibility. The result is a cleaner, greener, and more vibrant Koh Samui, ready to welcome the world with its renewed commitment to sustainability.

Thank you India for the precious hint!

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save freshwater supply costs,
hints to koh samui from goa, India.

Goa, in India, can provide a hint on reducing water costs by the solution applied by Jatin Singh and Anil, Thaman, of N.E.T.S. (National Enviro Tech Solutions). Their company works in sustainable supplies for ITC group that also owns 100 hotels, which many of them are managed by the Luxury Collection. 

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"When you visit the washroom,

you tend to use more water than you may actually require".

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(top) Most of the water pumped out the faucet to wash hands or showering, doesn't even touch the skin of the user.

What a waste!

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With N.E.T.S. water faucet your guests will use 60% less water and obtain the same effect and pleasant feeling. Most of the water to wash hands or showering doesn't even touch the skin of the user! Water creators saves 60% on your fresh water cost related to rooms and public areas.

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