The children’s day-care centre for inclusion ‘Magische 12’ is located in the municipality of Bad Münstereifel. Here, the otherwise tranquil river Erft turned into a torrential flood and caused, among other things, massive damage to the building, its interior, and the outdoor play area of the ‘Magische 12’ day-care centre. This facility is run by the Bad Münstereifel Association for Child Protection, a registered non-profit organisation. The coordinator at the Bad Münstereifel Child Protection Association showed the damaged premises to the Managing Director of Indorama Germany, Klaus Holz, and the Trevira Communications Manager, Dr Isabell Krieger. It remains to be seen whether the building can be renovated at all due to the fact that the soil under the foundation slab was washed away. The entire furnishings had to be torn out and disposed of. The recently redesigned outdoor play area was also severely damaged. At present, the children are accommodated in different premises. With its donation of €10,000 for this project, Indorama Germany GmbH would like to help ensure that the children can return to their original location with new furnishings as soon as possible.
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