Kim Sunwoo: Thanks though don't worry, I'm trying to be a bit more serious with this CJ so it 'should' go better lol. As for the tonalities of water I like them too. Apart from the purple bit anyway, that's bad water.
Entry 4: More Growth
Today were back in Sinato to take a look at more growth that has been happening in the area. Based initially around the growth of the industry in the area namely in the form of increased farming, we see a large influx of new citizens and in turn commercial enterprises coming to the island.
This can be seen in the following images of the growing area showing it in various areas of the island.
Along with this several beautification projects have been carried out in the main town in the form of this park and greenhoused gardens, behind which you can just about see the seat of the islands government.
Several of the other beautification projects were more a necessity rather than for any greenspace reason due to the fact that the town was built on a hill and is therefore terraced to an extent. This can be seen better in the following photo's.
However its not been all smooth sailing. With the large growth of the island to over 10 thousand we have had to increase the power production. This came in the form of these incinerators supplied by the locals dumps. Not exactly as clean as the wind farms that are also expanding around the island , but more efficient and gets rid of a large amount of the rubbish were producing.
Another issue that necessitated some change was how busy the interchange for the bottom villages have got with the industrial traffic heading to the farms and such.
However the biggest issue is the one you can see in the next image. Unfortunately the sewage outflow pipes have filled the bay that they were originally pumping into and are now getting dangerously close to the water intake pipes and were not sure if the filtration system in the inflow pipes will cope at all with the sewage water. However we do have a plan to combat this which we hope to reveal soon.
For now though we'll have to just hope it doesn't get to bad before we can sort it out.