The construction of homes with environmentally friendly designs must continue to be promoted intensively, to reduce the impact of environmental damage such as global warming and climate change. If this is not done, people will build their dream home without environmentally friendly principles, as long as it looks nice and beautiful. What is the fate of the next generation who will not enjoy a natural and healthy environment?
Therefore, some of the principles that need to be known, became an important feature of a dwelling to be categorized as an environmentally friendly home. Check out the following discussion.
Being in the Right Location
A home may not be built in an area that is regulated by the local government as an industrial area, protected forest area, or in a green open area belonging to a city. Apart from that, its development must also pay attention to the prevailing land-use plan. The home must be in an area that is regulated as residential land. Therefore, environmentally friendly homes must first be ascertained to have a valid construction permit.
Making an environmentally friendly home must begin with the selection of the right construction location. Eco-friendly homes are not suitable if they are built-in locations such as riverbanks, water catchment areas, or in locations that are too close to waste disposal areas.
Residential development in the area of riverbanks and water catchment areas will interrupt the cycle of the water cycle that could result in a natural disaster – flooding. While the construction … READ MORE ...