Following a thorough scrubbing up, the Tianjin government has announced that it plans to turn the site of last month’s devastating toxic explosions that killed more than 150 people into a pleasant ecological park.
The park will be 24 hectares and will be surrounded with new roads, a kindergarten and an experimental primary school, The Paper reports. Probably no dangerous chemical plants. Should be good for the property value with all those residents trying to get rid of their apartments.
Construction on the ecological park is planned to begin in November and be completed by July 2016.
Conveniently, they’ve already brought over the wildlife. Should save some time.
The city government says that the park will be a celebration of life, as well as a memorial to the victims of the blasts that will help to create a more “livable” urban environment. They are currently soliciting opinions.
We feel like this is the one park where you might not have to post any “No Swimming” signs.