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Conservation

The resort’s Photovoltaics plant capitalises on St. Lucia’s fair climate by converting solar radiation into direct current electricity. The swimming pools (naturally heated) and water at the hotel are heated by waste heat from the air conditioning process. Waste Oil is used at the resort within the chiller and all linen is laundered with steam boiler fed by waste oil and the delivery trucks use bio diesel.

Improved Land Use Planning and Management

The gardeners plant rare trees, plants and rare palms for beautification of the grounds; they have preserved the extremely rare Coubaril tree in the Coubaril Valley and are propagating new ones to grow the rainforest in the Coubaril valley.  The Coubaril tree was once cut by furniture makers for its prized dense hard wood and is one of the most endangered indigenous on St Lucia.

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