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Environment Policy

Dolbeare Park is situated in an Area Of Great Landscape Value. We are committed to providing a high quality caravan and camping park to customers, our local community and our employees.

We believe it is imperative that we take all reasonable measures to preserve and maintain the immediate and wider environment for the prosperity and enjoyment of future generations and to ensure the continuing success of Dolbeare Park.

We will operate in compliance with all relevant environmental legislation and we will endeavour to use pollution prevention and environmentally best practices in all that we do.

Our Aims and Objectives

To promote environmental awareness among our employees and encourage them to work in an environmentally responsible manner.

  • To train, educate and inform our employees about environmental issues that may affect their work.
  • To promote efficient use of materials throughout the park including gas, electricity, raw materials and other resources. Take all reasonable measures to save water and take action to reuse water wherever possible.
  • Take all practical measures to reduce waste through re-use, recycling and by purchasing recycled or recyclable products and materials where these alternatives are available and economically viable.
  • To avoid use of unnecessary hazardous materials and products, to seek substitutes where feasible and to take all reasonable steps to protect wildlife and the environment when such materials must be used, stored or disposed of.
  • To purchase locally where possible and use both environmentally and fair trade products when appropriate.
  • To communicate our environmental commitment to our guests, our clients and the public and encourage them to support it. .
  • Ensure that all new capital investment projects, ongoing maintenance and renewal programs are managed to reduce environmental impact with more energy efficient alternatives.
  • To strive to continually improve our environmental performance. To minimise the social impact and damage of all activities around the park by regularly (ie annually) reviewing our environmental policy in light of our current and future plan. CoAST logo

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Information Centre

We have an extensive information centre with maps, leaflets, guides covering a wide area of both Devon and Cornwall as well as wildlife on our Park. We also have our own guides on `Where to eat', `Where to walk', `Sports and Recreation', `Beaches' and our `Suggestions Leaflet' of things you might miss.