The ‘Best Environmental Performance Award’ award, sponsored by Nestle (worlds leading Nutrition, Health and Wellness Company), has been designed for organisations that demonstrate environmental best practice, ethical best practice or sustainable development. In order to qualify for the final selection process, Dundonald Links was invited to demonstrate these practices and to explain the impact that these initiatives have had on the company.
Dundonald competed with two major employers in Scotland, McCaig Renewable and Lowmac Recycling, for the award.
Bill Donald, General Manager, Loch Lomond Golf Club and Dundonald Links, commented:
“This is a tremendous achievement for the team at Dundonald Links and is testament to all their hard work and commitment in ensuring that the golf course is maintained to the very highest of standards with environmental best practice always in mind.”
The club website also features an environmental policy.
Dundonald Links is committed to the implementation of a wide range of proactive measures, to help protect, and sustain, the local, national, and global environment, and strives for continual improvement of its environmental management systems.
To provide players with an authentic and distinctive links land experience by using best environmental practices and policies.
Our aim is to:
- Minimise waste, working towards zero waste
- Minimise energy consumption
- Protect and enhance biodiversity
- Maximise the Club’s role to provide the public with knowledge of ongoing environmental issues
- Inspire others to pursue sustainable resources
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