Toyo Setal Author of Many Programs to Improve Sustainability

Improving the Quality of the Planet

Some of the most remarkable work done in recent years has been the amount of time, effort, and money spent on the environment and its natural resources. The purpose of these added funds was to preserve them for future generations. The terms attached to this work is called sustainable practices, the result has far-reaching consequences to the land, seas, and skies of the world, but also has a great impact on the people who have yet to inhabit the earth; that is, those yet to be born and make a way of life.

Today any Engineering or Construction work, as a rule, keep sustainability in mind as they carry out their work. Toyo Setal has a philosophy about sustainability that captures the essential meaning of using the environment without reducing the natural resource being used. Toyo Setal believes that future generations should have available to them the same resources we use, and they, in turn, have obligations to their future generations. In other words, sustainability sees the planet as a place mankind uses and not one we own.

Toyo Setal’ Present Sustainable Practices

• Rescue And Reassignment of Endangered Animals
• Transplant endangered trees and shrubs
• Planting new seedlings after deforestation
• Educate Public on Environment
• Archaeological Education Programs
• Working With Children’s Programs
• Train Public Environmental Experts
• Ongoing Water Analysis to avoid Contamination
• Monitoring Environmental Resouces
• Monitoring Regional Flora and Fauna
• Programs to Educate at Many Levels of Education
• Transfer endangered plants, shrubs, trees, and animals

Efficient Use of Resources

One principle used by Toyo Setal is to use the resources around us in a smart and efficient way while keeping the quality of their sustainability intact while occupying their space. This kind of stewardship towards natural resources as Toyo Setal practices and recommends, can only be possible thru reasonable planning and understanding of how the environment can be used effectively.

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