To become the leader in Land Based Tours with regard to Stewardship of our Hawaiʻi and the Earth.
- Our approach to business is guided by commitments to the following principles: Leadership, Inclusivity, Transparency, Integrity, Stewardship and Continuous Improvement.
- To be aware of our impact on the Earth, our children and our grandchildren.
- To seek knowledge about the products we use, consume and how to improve consistently.
- Use our Hawaiian heritage to renew our path to sustainability.
Our Ability and Duty to Act:
- We believe in using the Earth’s resources wisely as we create compelling event experiences for our visitors.
- We believe we have the power to make a positive human impact on the diverse people we touch, by sharing our inherited Hawaiian Values.
- Our attention to environmental, social and economic responsibility includes working within the law and voluntarily exceeding legal requirements in order to be innovative and demonstrate leadership on the issues that are important to us and our stakeholders.
- Minimize environmental impacts in the areas of waste, water, energy and air quality.
- kWh energy use at office by 20%.
- Recycle Cans, Bottles, oil Containers and Waste oil products. (Engine oil and Transmission Fluids)
- Recycle Purged Water from ice machine via planters and recovery and cleaning (7 stage reverse Osmosis)
We commit to:
- Give back to communities by volunteering and donating resources.
- Value of pro-bono work: $60,000. (Money and in-kind help)
- Support Hale Building, Fish Ponds and Traditional Rock wall Building and restoration
- Comply with all relevant environmental legislation, regulations and requirements
- Reduce the amount of waste material produced
- Avoid the use of paper wherever possible. For example, sending quote documents as PDF files
- Avoid the use of postal services, saving on transportation and on paper (envelopes). For example, emailing invoices and statements of account
- Recycle equipment that is no longer of use to the company. For example, we give away items such as computers and printers that we no longer use to non profit agencies
- Keep energy usage low. For example, making use of low Energy light bulbs throughout and using schedules to ensure computers are shut down after work
- Always to make use of recycling schemes by the printer manufacturers (to recycle toner cartridges and drums)
- Purchase products made with recycled paper. For example, laser paper, toilet paper
- Purchase products with a lower environmental impact. For example, Van Wash Products and Hand Wash Products
We regularly review our Environmental Policy and seek to reduce our impact each and every year. To learn more about the Hawaiian Eco-tourism Association Certification or other environmentally concious companies visit their site.