SustainabilityOn this page, we've highlighted all of the positive steps we're taking to provide a sustainable Holiday Park.
Trevornick Holiday Park is a family business and maintains a strong commitment to the environment and to the local economic and social community. As a company, we recognise that our operation has an impact on the environment and are committed to improving our performance through a number of policies and practices in order to ensure environmental, economic and societal sustainability.
We believe that sustainable development is an imperative aspect of business in Cornwall and have undertaken a number of policies and practices in order to ensure environmental, economic and societal sustainability.
Improving facilities on a regular basis ensures that wasteful and non-efficient facilities are either repaired or removed and replaced.
We support local business and ensure that the majority of our turnover remains in County by employing local people, using local contractors for all refurbishments and supporting local businesses for purchasing and services. We’ve recently joined the Final Straw campaign, swapping plastic straws for paper in all three of our bars and Refill Cornwall, an organisation helping people locate water stations to refill bottles instead of buying single-use plastic.
Trevornick Holiday Park and Campsite comply with all relevant legislation and regulations that relate to health, safety and the environment and to any other requirements or guidelines to which the campsite subscribes.
As a large Cornish Company, we are passionate about our local, natural environment and are committed to improving our environmental performance by:
Complying with all relevant environmental legislation and industry codes of practice
Actively working towards reducing environmental impact and prevent pollution that occurs as a result of our operation
Considering the concerns of interested parties such as guests, members, local residents, employees and regulators
Setting objectives and targets to drive continuous improvement programmes, and regularly review environmental performance to ensure success
Ensuring all employees and subcontractors are aware of this policy and trained in their environmental responsibilities
Engaging suppliers and guests in environmental initiatives which support the environmental aims of the company
Making this policy available to our customers and the public on demand
This policy will be implemented within the framework of an Environmental Management System designed to meet the requirements of BS8555.
We actively support the local environment, economic and social communities. By investing in the campsite and constantly improving facilities on a regular basis, we ensure those wasteful and non-efficient facilities are either repaired or removed and replaced with efficient and waste/energy minimising models.
Over the last few years, we have been pro-actively monitoring and reducing our energy consumption, using energy from our field of solar panels to do so. We have also invested a large amount of money purchasing efficient equipment and training our staff to use them resourcefully. We use both air source heat pumps and ground source heat pumps to heat our park facilities including our outdoor heated swimming pool.
New for 2019 we have built a Drop & Swap Station out of wooden pallets, for guests on site to leave there unwanted beach and camping items for other visitors to re-use instead of throwing them away.
What can you do?
In return for our commitment, we ask you, our visitors, to also do your bit and join us in trying to make our hotels an environmentally friendly place to stay by following these five steps to being a sustainable visitor.
1. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – Recycle your used newspapers, magazines, cans and plastic bottles in the recycling bins provided around our campsite.
2. Get out of the car! Enjoy a whole host of local attractions and days out using public transport, with a bus stop directly outside the park entrance.
3. Stay Local, Eat Local, Buy Local, See Local
4. Turn off – remember to turn off the taps when you’re not using them and remove your key cards from the electricity activation system when leaving your room.
5. Follow the Countryside Code
We are committed to buying local produce and using Cornish suppliers.
Whilst you are here, why not visit a local farm shop for fresh, local produce:
Healey’s Cyder Farm, Penhallow. Tel: 01872 573356
Bre-Pen Farm Shop, Mawgan Porth. Tel: 01637 860420
Padstow Farm Shop, Trethillick Farm, Padstow Tel: 01841 533060
Carruan Farm Centre, St Minver, Wadebridge. Tel: 01208 869584
Great Gargus Farm, Tregony, Truro Tel: 01872 530274
It has become clear that all of us need to make our best effort to reduce our dangerous carbon emissions created from day to day life. However, it is equally clear that it is not going to be possible for any resident in the UK to completely eliminate their personal carbon footprint this is where carbon offsetting comes in.
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