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Grand Teton Lodge Company Sustainability Policy
In partnership with the National Park Service and local government agencies, National Park Hospitality Company is entrusted with visitor services and the stewardship of public lands within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Protecting and sustaining the natural environment is central to our Company’s mission, and to this end, our environmental values promote:
Energy and Water Conservation
Protection of Wildlife Habitat
Environmental excellence demands focusing on all elements of our operation. We actively track our environmental impacts. Recycling, resource reduction, and pollution prevention are our preferred methods to reduce the carbon footprint at our facilities. We strongly encourage this practice by our employees, guests, suppliers, and park visitors.
National Park Hospitality Company strives to meet or exceed all applicable federal, state and local environmental regulations and other requirements. We work to continuously improve the effectiveness of our environmental management system and we verify our performance through periodic conformance and compliance audits. To promote awareness, we are actively involved within the local community to promote environmental stewardship, charitable giving, and volunteerism. These actions confirm our commitment to sustainable business practices.
Through alignment of resources and management objectives with those of the National Park Service and community partners, we are unequivocally committed to preserve, conserve and protect the natural resources and scenic values of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.