MALDIV ISLAND- A DIAMOND OF SEA

MALDIV ISLAND- A DIAMOND OF SEA










Sonva was the first solution to reclaim the plastic on the site in Fiji Maldives and collect from nearby islands with its Maker program. It is a carbon-neutral, 90-percent waste-free solution. Using the West to Wealth Program, he hopes to become 100% garbage free soon.

"Our priority is to trash the solution and turn it into valuable products," says Gordon Jackson, a waste of Sony's area. Jackson and his team take recycled glass as a ketchup bottle and make beautiful sculptures which are then sold in the art studio of the island so guests can go home.

In the big eco center of the island, which is covered by 20% solar panels, guests are looking to create handles for the door and to make charcoal from coconut and tree pieces for the barbecue area. They have created more than 30,000 blocks of glass, cement and scrubs for construction projects across the island, and their stored manure is reused for the island's organic herb gardens.

Photo of Organic Gardens and Sona Eco-Centers in Maldives
Photo of the air view of Sonu Fushi luxury resorts in the Maldives

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