Le temps d’une pause
2, Chez Jandron - 33820  Saint-Palais
N°TVA : 16852643840

A campsite anchored in sustainable development

Our campsite near Blaye has decided to be in line with sustainable development. That is why we do everything to make our campsite greener, by limiting our impact on the environment and by controlling water and energy expenditure in a responsible manner. We work as much as possible with local producers and therefore favour short circuits. The campsite also offers nature-based activities, ideal to recharge your batteries.

The campsite has been CLEF VERTE certified since 2012 and a member of Via Natura since 2019. Every year we update an action plan that allows us to progress in our environmental approach.

A lot has been achieved over the years:

     - Domestic hot water is produced largely by solar panels with fluid circulation. The hot water produced is stored in a large tank to supply the campsite's sanitary facilities. We ask our customers to help us in this process by taking their showers, if possible, when the sun is still present. This avoids the use of a gas boiler.

     - Most of the taps are push type to limit the time the water is running and all are equipped with flow limiters (5l/min for the sinks and 8l/min for the showers).

     - All the lighting is equipped with led lamps and we have placed timers in the common areas. The lighting of the campsite is minimised in order to avoid night pollution and to favour biodiversity.

     - A composter is available for daily composting. On the other hand, we have another much larger one to compost all the vegetation related to the maintenance of the site. We put leaves, hedge trimmings, grass that we pull up from the paths, and anything else that can make compost. All this material is recovered by a farmer about every 5 years to fertilise fields in Charente-Maritime, replacing chemical fertilisers.

     - Since 2012, no pesticides or chemical fertilizers have been used on our campsite. Each time we plant a tree or a plant, we prefer local and low water consumption species.


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