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Our 2023/2024 Environmental Agenda

We want to lead our sector in sustainability and respect for the environment, creating jobs and promoting our culture and local products.

10 environmental commitments.

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Protect the Anamuya River with periodical clean-up initiatives and educational classes on water management and treatment for the local community.
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Reduce energy use and incorporate alternative energy sources.
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Promote sustainable growth with local suppliers that also contribute to sustainability.
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Construct all facilities and infrastructures in the park with local and eco-friendly materials.
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Reduce food waste in the supply chain and reuse organic material for compost and animal feed.
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Create prevent, reduce, recycle, reuse plan for all types of wastes, especially plastic and glass.
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Protección de la fauna y flora locales contribuyendo al fin de la caza furtiva, al tráfico de especies protegidas y eliminando especies invasoras como el Caracol Gigante Africano.
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Create anti-deforestation plan, planting 3,000 native trees on our premises.
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Establish suitable environment for the introduction of the rhinoceros iguana, a species endemic to the island of Hispaniola.

Commited to sustainability

  • La Hacienda Park opened in 2016 and is part of Grupo Interparks, which has offered activities in the Dominican Republic since 1993.
  • In 2015, every member of the United Nations (including the Dominican Republic) approved the Agenda for Sustainable Development.
  • At La Hacienda Park, respect for the region is deeply ingrained. It’s always been like this and always will be. That’s why we’ve created our own agenda