Center Parcs drives water efficiency as consumption continues to rise
Center Parcs is focusing on reducing its water impact after the company announced an increase in consumption in 2012 despite implementing measures to cut use.
Speaking to edie, Center Parcs sustainability manager Chris Brooks said that the rise in water consumption is a direct result of an increase in guests.
"We have implemented measures such as efficient shower heads, restricting the flow of the taps to an acceptable level. But when we are adding new accommodation units and new water rides the water consumption has increased.
"However, we are now having a big push on water in terms of how we can reduce consumption. This is a great challenge as the business grows but we're determined and with focus and a push we can look closer at how to deal with our consumption," he added.