Benefits Of Sustainable Practices

Sustainability activities in condominiums like the Blue Line MRT condo (คอน โด สาย สีน้ำเงิน which is the term in This) for instance demonstrate a concern these projects have with the future. Still, they also aim at the good results in water and energy savings, more comfort for residents, cleaner collective environments, and, consequently, greater appreciation of the heritage real estate.

Although one can imagine that implementing sustainable activities is complex, most of the tasks only require involvement and motivation from the unit owners. Others can be implemented with the help of administrators and trustees. Discover five sustainability activities that can be carried out within your condominium and find out how you can collaborate, learning and putting into practice actions that make a difference in society.


This activity is derived from selective collection and benefits community gardens and is easier to implement than you might think. Composting consists of transforming food waste into humus – as it is rich in organic matter, it fertilizes the soil naturally. The organic fertilizer resulting from composting can also be used in other green areas of the condominium, such as gardens, trees, and flowerbeds.

One idea is to install compost bins, where residents can put organic waste from their homes and help maintain compost production, which is simple to do. The positive effects for the environment are also highlighted: there is a reduction in the production of greenhouse gases and a decrease in the amount of waste in landfills.

Share Knowledge And Ideas:

Contributing to sustainable attitudes starting with you is an excellent first step, but it is possible to go further. In this sense, you can help promote spaces for exchanging sustainable ideas and practices in various ways. Teaming up with other residents is essential. You can find out, for example, if there is someone with knowledge of sustainability and the environment who can give an awareness lecture.

Also, be concerned about writing down ideas and taking them to community meetings, noting practices that can be more sustainable: how is it possible to save water? Or how about promoting an educational activity with the children? Engagement is the keyword for sustainability to add to collective life. That is why we seek to share ideas and think of ways to contribute to a more nature-friendly practice and more conscious use of what it offers us in the spaces of your home.