The Permaculture garden at The Datai was designed by Mark Garrett, an internationally acclaimed designer.
The main goal was to utilise the food waste from the kitchen and the landscape waste to produce compost for the garden. The garden also utilises the treated waste water from the hotel for irrigation. The treated waste from the hotel’s waste water plant is further cleaned through a constructed wetland and stored in a retention pond from where the garden is irrigated with the nutrient rich water. This prevents waste water from going to the ocean. Food waste from the hotels is used in compost making as well as 9 worm farms constructed from old baths from the renovation project.
Each hotel has a permaculture designed garden to produce mainly herbs and spices for use by the restaurant. The gardens uses the compost and liquid fertilizers produced with the food waste of the hotel. The gardens are managed by IDPM and at Alila Villas Uluwatu and Alila Ubud is on property. Alila Seminyak is a rooftop garden and at Alila Manggis it is off property.
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