Don’t use resources that are produced or harvested by methods that are unregulated or particularly damaging to biodiversity, some of which, such as dynamite fishing, may also be illegal.

Engage local conservation organizations, universities, botanical gardens and plant nurseries

Engaging with environmental NGOs & initiatives

Ensure that the quality of swimming pool water is checked, controlled, documented by an external organization (pH-value, chlorine%) according to nationally approved standards

Find out how guests have used natural resources over the past year (to get trends about the types of visitors and actions can be taken) and the type of activities they do

Individuals should continue to protect themselves and others at recreational water venues both in and out of the water by practicing physical distancing and good hand hygiene

Inspect workplace: Regularly check all equipment and tools to ensure that they are maintained and safe to use. Check storage areas and review safe work procedures

Investigate incidents: Investigate causes of incidents, including dangerous occurrences and Find ways to change procedures or equipment to help prevent similar incidents from occurring

Keep the temperature of the pool at 22.5 deg. C

Make sure the surfaces are clean and always dry to prevent the potential risks

Marketing birdwatching services to local & international tourists

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