A tea farm was established in the Daintree forest in 1978. The Daintree forest is a heritage-listed rainforest so farming should not be allowed in this area. The family business is continuing to farm in this area destroying the land. Over 100 years ago a small part of the Daintree forest was cleared for farming purposes destroying the land. Many other farms have been discontinued but Daintree tea farm continues to farm tea plants.
THE World Heritage listed Daintree Rainforest is being used as a toilet. Many tourist are asking local businesses to use their toilets because there are no toilets in the Daintree forest. Businesses are refusing people to use their toilets so people are going of the tracks in the forest to go to the toilet stepping on wildlife and plants as they find a spot to do 5thir business. Wooden paths throughout the forest have already been built destroying the forest and forcing the people to go off the paths to go to the loo.
The pollution in the Daintree Rainforest mostly involves the burning of petrol and diesel to power the generators which is pumping hundreds and hundreds of carbon dioxide into the Daintree killing the flora and fauna. The Daintree Forest is full of lead-acid batteries. There are 20 generators in the Daintree Forest.
The Water Consumption in the Daintree Forest wastes 6,000 litres of water per day. Rainforest is the most diverse land-based ecosystem on earth. It is dense, moisture-dependent vegetation where a variety of shade-tolerant plants grow beneath an almost closed canopy.