In the canoe center environmental protection is a fixed part of the planning and implementation of tourist offers as well as the design of the respective location. In the development, the principles of sustainability are already taken into account and implemented in the context of the technical, economic and personnel possibilities. The available resources are used as environmentally friendly as possible.
The Canoe Center strives for a careful handling of resources. This includes the design and materials which blends into the natural requirements. The quality of the equipment for the tourist offers and for the business equipment is designed in a way that the most environmentally friendly materials are used. The latest state of the art is taken into account. The consumption of materials is reduced to the minimum necessary.
The applicable legal provisions of environmental law and their implementing provisions are fulfilled.
The canoe center is a member of the federal association canoe e.V. and has committed to a nature-friendly canoe tourism. As part of its personnel and economic opportunities, the canoe center supports demands for sustainable use concepts for water bodies and cooperates in their development.
Cooperations and discussions with partners, associations etc. aim to achieve a continuous improvement of environmental protection.
The guests and customers are informed by appropriate measures on the environmental situation. The principle of sustainability is an essential part of training and education for employees, so that it is internalized and can be passed on to the guests.
The management examines environmental aspects in all decisions and thus creates the possibility of a continuous improvement of the environmental situation.
The public is informed by its own publications, e.g. informed about the environmental policy of the company and its implementation on the Internet, in catalogs or in the office or in our shop. For example, the Canoe Center also conducts information work by working on development concepts for water bodies and agreements on the use of water.
Siebenbäumen, in January 2015