In Menina, we are committed to goals aimed at coexistence with nature. This year, we upgraded this commitment by cooperating with organizations that are active in the field of the environment and environmental legislation, and by making changes to the offer that follow the guidelines of the Green Key.
Taking care of the environment is our important goal and our mission, so in accordance with the "green policy" we are actively looking for solutions that would preserve or improve the natural environment of the camp, ensure sustainable business practices and raise environmental awareness among fellow citizens and visitors.
THE FIRST ECO MARKET IN THE CAMPSITE
This year, guests who visited us during the summer could stop at the EKO upon entering the camp, which offered guests daily fresh and organically grown vegetables, fruits and other crops. The reaction of the guests to the varied and first-class offer of the ECO market was very positive, and it also blended nicely with the surroundings and the story of the camp. Even otherwise, our offer at the summer stands and in the souvenir shop is oriented towards a sustainable policy that puts care for the environment first. By choosing the business partners whose products we offer, we want to encourage and co-create the story of an aware local community and trends towards an environmentally friendly offer. We prioritize natural materials and processes that do not have a harmful effect on the environment.
DIGITIZATION OF INFORMATION
We have also made changes in the field of marketing. We decided on a more economical and environmentally friendly approach, which we achieved by partially digitizing information for guests. In the reception area, we moved most of the important information about the offer and activities to the television screen and to our website, where we present our offer and ideas through blogs and articles. That way, we reduced the number of printed materials and contributed to the preservation of the environment with small steps. We also place great emphasis on recycling, both waste and materials used in animation. It is important that these materials are used to the end and optimally utilized in creative work with the youngest.
Our goal is for the Menina camp to become an example and an inspiration, with which we will start behaving responsibly towards nature, and thus towards the generations that come after us, first at home, and then in the immediate surroundings. We see both the business and residential future in this, and we have committed ourselves to this as a collective and community.