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Environmental Spotlight
Asia Pacific

Planting 1000 trees in West Java

In October 1, 2011, employees of Mitsubishi Electric Automotive Indonesia participated in environmental preservation activities in line with Mitsubishi Electric's environmental statement, Eco Changes -- for a greener tomorrow.

Employees joined with more than 300 local villagers and government workers to plant 1,000 trees (of six different types: Bungur, Mahoni, Jabon, Nyamplung, Trembesi, and Kayu Manis, with a minimum height of 2 meters) in a city forest located in Situ Cangkuang Village, Garut, West Java. The purpose of the activity was threefold: to increase the amount of greenery in the forest; to make the area even more appealing to visitors and tourists who come to see the village's historical sites; and to help increase the water retaining capacity of the land. In addition, the company volunteered to carry out tree maintenance for one year, and also took the opportunity to donate school supplies to three elementary schools in the area around the village.

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