Boulder Island is one of the Westernmost islands in the Archipelago and it is 1.4 km at the longest width and 650m at the middle with 135 hectares or 334 acres of land. The island has a unique climate, water clarity and even more remote than many other islands. With knowledge and understanding of the current conditions, Boulder Island can begin the process to push for a Marine No-take Zone around the island. Accessible from Kawthaung this 500 acres island has been pioneered as an ECO resort. Featuring a limited number of rooms, the maintenance of a natural environment has been of paramount consideration. Amd was asked to provide a water treatment system which could provide clean safe drinking water for the guests without consuming too much energy. This was accomplished with a tried and tested Amd design and installed in 2017. Amd have now installed four Island water treatment systems.
The operator of Boulder Island has installed a number of solar energy panels and operates the guest rooms without air-conditioning. They do not rely on bottled water which would need to be transported from Kawthaung rather the Island has a natural spring and this water passes through an Amd water treatment system.