WHAT WE DO
Coral Reef Restoration and Shore Protection
We are focused on restoring the damaged coral reef and eroded beach through an effective and active approach using Biorock ® Method
We provide workshops and trainings about Tropical Coral Reef, Coral Reef Restoration, Shore Protection, and Marine Environment to educate people on the importance of marine conservation and preservation.
As most of the marine environment problems in Indonesia are caused by human, we always involve the community within the project and held community development program as a strategy to ensure that all Restoration efforts will be sustainably maintained.
School Trips and Education
Biorock believes that preservation of our oceans starts with educating the future generation. To achieve this endeavour, we are collaborating with schools and universities to incorporate environmental study in their curriculum, arrange field trips and onsite your camps to immerse the younger generation to our cause.
Research and Development
Biorock Indonesia can facilitate and direct research and development programs to meet organisational or academic needs to venture on potential new products. We can assist to development and implement research procedures and techniques. Familiar with a variety of the field’s concepts, practices, and procedures. We have extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
Accreditation and Partnership
Biorock Indonesia offers accreditation of other entities that share our passion to conserve our marine ecology. Other non-profit organisations and private businesses interested to implement the Biorock technology, its method and standard operations and procedures to effectively and successfully manage their own restoration projects are encouraged to partner with us.
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Pemuteran Biorock Projects Honored at UN World Oceans Day Celebration in New York: Indonesia Ministries Support Grass Roots Coral Reef Restoration
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Tasya Karissa (Mrs) firstname.lastname@example.org +6285718295698 Komang Astika from Yayasan Karang Lestari Teluk Pemuteran joint panel with Arif Havas Oegroseno from the Coordinating Maritime Affairs Ministry and Suseno Sukoyono from...read more