Hole Infiltration Biopori: For Effective Waste Utilization and Seepage of Rain

biopori

Where it came from?
Who is responsible for managing it?
1. Transporting
2. Seeking landfills
3. Preventing negative impacts:
- Greenhouse gas emissions
- Pollution of groundwater
- Air pollution
- Nest of disease vectors

Biopori: burrows (small tunnels) in the soil formed by plant roots and soil fauna.
Biopore infiltration holes (LRB): cylindrical holes made ​​in the ground with a diameter of 10 cm, a depth of about 100 cm or do not exceed the depth of water table. Holes filled organic waste to encourage the formation of biopori.
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