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The Belfry Hotel & Resort - Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, B76 9PR, United Kingdom

Corporate Social Responsibility

There is a diverse ecological environment here on our 550 acres of North Warwickshire countryside. The interaction between these creatures and their habitat is of great importance to us here at The Belfry.

Wildlife enrichment interests span the following populations:
• Honey Bees – The Belfry Bees
• Bumble Bees – Wildlife and ‘Operation Pollination’
• Bird Boxes
• Bat Boxes
• Barn Owl nesting box

Wildlife Environment
• Operation Pollination
• Tree planting program
• Turf nursery
• Turf nutrition

Waste Management

Golf Courses
• Waste-to-Water management system – annual reduction in water consumption from hotel waste - by 55,000m³ due to ‘grey’ water recycle program
• Waste oil recycling
• Waste filters and motor parts recycling
• Plastics from chemicals recycling
• Grass clippings and sand waste recycling program

Golf Department Initiatives
• Rolling greens to reduce cutting regimes and fuel consumption
• Fungicide reduction spraying program
• Compost brewing

Waste Management – land fill diversion initiative

• Glass
• Cardboard
• General Waste
• Food – landfill diversion; 38,610Kg for Quarter 1, 2014
• Kitchen Oil

Glass: Month 1.25 to 1.5 tonne
Cardboard & Paper: Month 3.5 tonne
Cooking Oil: Monthly 440ltr – 660ltr
Fluorescent tubes Yearly 30kg approximate
Metal and large items: Yearly 1.5 tonne approximate
General Waste: Month 20 tonne average

Weights and measurements are subject to 15% variables due to hotel occupancy.

Spa and Leisure Refurbishment
• Flooring product is made entirely from recycled coke bottles 

• Regional Charity – Birmingham Children’s Hospital – with hotel activity and fundraising intiatives
• Macmillan Coffee Morning supported
• National Christmas Jumper Day fundraiser
• Children in Need supported

Supply Chain
Supporting the local community with employment, charitable giving, locally sourced produce for food, services and equipment.

• Procurement through the community – purchasing from local produce

Exciting new project for 2017 with the Golf Environmental Organisation and Energy initiatives with renewable energy.