Following the revision of the Greener Golf content Esi have been listed on the supplier pages
Esi’s collaboration with England Golf will help affiliated clubs improve resource efficiency, reduce waste and help clubs access a huge volume of free information and advice from NGO and charities.
Typically Esi reduce our clients operational costs by up to 30%, it is not a case of whether you can afford environmental management, but rather can you afford not to!
Major golf insurers in the UK see environmental management as a positive resulting in reduced premiums
Bluefin Sport, Circle Golf and Marsh, the main golf facility insurers, have all confirmed that having a formal environmental management systems (EMS) will potentially result in lower premiums for golf operators.
Tony Hanson from Esi said “A formal environmental management, like that provided by the ESI EMS, is likely reduce the likelihood and severity of any potential insurance claim”
Esi have launched a project to identify the size, habitat and resource consumption of the golf sector.
The results are in.
The naturalised unmanaged area of land on golf clubs in England is……
670 Sq Km
"The Golf Sustainability project is an exciting initiative that can make a meaningful contribution to wildlife, to player experience and wider society“
Paul Wilkinson MCIEEM, Head of Partnerships
October 2018 -
Congratulations to The Wisley, Goodwood Golf Club and Wycombe Heights Golf Centre for achieving GEO Certification in October 2018.
All three clubs have undertaken fantastic projects resulting in improved sustainability,
reduced operational costs and helping to change the old perception that golf is and
nature cannot co-
Following the introduction of the Esi EMS, progress and the response is very positive.......
Woburn trial of the ESI EMS has been very positive, allowing legal requirements and sustainability to be consolidated with review and accountability.
Gavin Sowden said “It is a very useful tool and easy to manage, I think it’s a great way of keeping your records and delegating tasks.”