Thailand was never colonized, unlike all of the South East Asian neighbors, and so Thai culture could develop undominated. Foreigners are welcomed here as opportunity to learn about other cultures and not only as source of touristic income.
Even Thailand's main income is generated from export of things like electronic & computer parts still tourism plays a major role here. Most of it is concentrated on the beaches in the south and the clean blue and green shimmering water there is a main attraction and is inviting to dive or snorkel.
Many years back already the Thai Public Works Department had noticed that action was required in order to keep the water that way and planned a series of sewage treatment plants along the major beaches. Now finally, in November 2004, the series was completed with the last three plants starting to operate at Koh Samuis main beaches Chaweng and Lamai and Nathon city.
B&R had been selected as source of reliable and cost effective control systems and now redundant 2005 PLC's are the heart of Koh Samuis efforts to keep their beaches clean, as well as at other tourist spots like Krabi, Hua Hin, Cha-Am and Kanchanaburi.
So we can surely say, that B&R has done it's part to preserve our Thai paradise.