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What we stand for
Without compromising the comfort of our guests, at Kalea Villas we do our best to care for the environment and local community. We are committed, at a minimum, to reduce our footprint on our surroundings by focusing on 4 main areas.
waste water treatment

We have installed an environmentally friendly system of Bio-Septic tanks which treats all the waste from showers, kitchens and laundry through a bacteria-based treatment process.

Naturally occurring anaerobic bacteria work through a system of different oxygenated chambers to recycle all wastewater into clean and reusable water for the irrigation of our tropical gardens.

waste reduction

We do our best to minimize the use of plastic throughout the villa complex by choosing alternative materials such as stainless steel, re-usable glass bottles for free drinking water and providing our guests with refilled eco-friendly and natural hair and body care products
Waste collection is one of the biggest challenges in Indonesia and in Lombok. Kalea villas is a proud supporter of Lombok Plastic Free organization sponsoring several rubbish bins within the community to minimize garbage and plastic on the streets of Kuta and surrounding rivers.

sustainable materials

Kalea Villa complex has been mainly built using locally sourced materials such as; Jogya stones which are used on all our floors , Lombok green stones are used in all our pools and a mix of several locally sourced woods such as Teak, Bangkirai and Wulin.
Wood, Bamboo, Alang Alang grass, Rattan and Macramè cotton are a few of the natural materials we used in our interior design at Kalea villas.
Our breakfast is completely Palm oil free as Palm oil is largely responsible for the destruction of the tropical rain forest in Sumatra and Borneo.

responsible energy consumption

At Kalea Villas we are committed to do our part in preserving the environment for future generations. We believe in responsible energy consumption in order to reduce our contribution to the global environmental issues.
Solar energy does not pollute the air, water or soil. Within the end of  2020 year we are planning to install a system of solar panels which will produce around 60% of our total energy consumption; and we are committed to become fully solar powered by the end of 2021.

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