Beau Rivage has always been renowned as a naturally beautiful location. Filled with vegetation, flora, and fauna, you could call it the archetypal “green” destination. Since resort and real estate construction began in the later 1980s, all development has been carefully designed to blend into the area’s natural habitat. Before any commercial earth was turned, a complete inventory of the property’s wildlife and plant life was already undertaken. This commitment to nature preservation led to several innovative developments. And, as the world does become more eco-conscious, the resort continues to respond with new initiatives, including additional nature programming, water conservation, and recycling programs.
- All-Natural Fertilizers on Golf Course & Grounds
- Water Filtration Fountains Throughout Golf Course
- Resort-Wide Recycling for Environment Program
- Organic Clubhouse Guest Suite Toiletries
More companies are shifting priorities not only to save on costs but also to become more environmentally aware. They keep track of behavioral changes by the desire to be eco-friendly with green initiatives.
We hope that this site helps you understand the actions the resort is undertaking to make recreational activities and golf vacations less harmful to the environment.
For more information about environmental initiatives taken at Beau Rivage, please contact Jake Walker, GMAT 910.392.9021 x.6 or email email@example.com.
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Why Going Green is Important
The continued depletion of natural resources has led corporations, which have significant energy requirements, to be more environmentally aware than ever. It is not just because green initiatives save on costs, reuse resources, and meet compliance requirements, but additionally, they help to produce brand recognition among customers. Companies that are seen as being environmentally sensitive tend to create a vision of care. It provides the benefit of perceptions and practicality with the broader effects going beyond the organization. However, the ability to save money by lowering the use of energy and power is more important. Besides reducing the usage of energy, the organizations also spend money on R&D efforts and support social action initiatives that are aimed at eco-friendly products along with internal processes. It has broader effects on the environmental surroundings at large.