Our Eco-Policy

Keep Bali Clean for the World

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A true beachfront Eco-Resort

Dajuma proudly follows Tri Hita Karana Balinese philosophy,
which stands on 3 sacred principles:
harmony with the Gods, with Nature and between People.

In a nutshell

  • Zero Marine Pollution

    Our Eco-Policy

  • Compost from organic waste

    Our Eco-Policy

  • Glass & plastic recycling

    Our Eco-Policy

  • Energy savings

    Our Eco-Policy

  • Rain water collection

    Our Eco-Policy

  • Social policy for our staff

    Our Eco-Policy

  • Support of local communities & projects

    Our Eco-Policy

  • Green procurement

    Our Eco-Policy

 

OUR ECO-POLICY

To keep Bali clean for the world

 

Local treatment of used water by eco-ceramic septic tanks. Zero marine pollution.

Compost from organic waste recycling 80% of all kitchen waste.

Glass recycling using a specific proprietary grinding machine that transforms the glass into sand.

Plastic and cardboard recycling, with the help of the local community.

Energy savings on lighting and equipment.

Rainwater collection from the roofs of the Bendega villas.

Using eco lab labelled cleaning products, shampoo and soap.

No gardening chemicals.

Drinking water fountains are provided free of charge.

Bamboo straws used instead of plastic.

All spa oils 100% natural.

Using local, soft, natural water.

Most equipment is maintained on site instead of replaced.

Paperless and green marketing.

Four different vehicles to match vehicle size to the exact needs of passengers.

All buildings from natural and local materials.

Eco tours.

Though we are pleased to offer our guests the comforts of high class hospitality, we are also concerned about their environmental and climate impact.
We designed the hotel facilities to reduce those impacts by:

  • Local treatment of used water by eco-ceramic septic tanks. Zero marine pollution.
  • Compost from organic waste recycling 80% of all kitchen waste.
  • Glass recycling using a specific proprietary grinding machine that transforms the glass into sand.
  • Plastic and cardboard recycling, with the help of the local community.
  • Energy savings on lighting and equipment.
  • Rainwater collection from the roofs of the Bendega villas.
  • Using eco lab labelled cleaning products, shampoo and soap.
  • No gardening chemicals.
  • Drinking water fountains are provided free of charge.
  • Bamboo straws used instead of plastic.
  • All spa oils 100% natural.
  • Using local, soft, natural water.
  • Most equipment is maintained on site instead of replaced.
  • Paperless and green marketing.
  • Four different vehicles to match vehicle size to the exact needs of passengers.
  • All buildings from natural and local materials.
  • Eco tours.

OUR CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSABILITY

We love People

 

Comprehensive social protection of our staff.

Strict respect of the Indonesian labor law.

Health care policy, full coverage of health expenses.

Retirement policy.

Participating management.

Support of local communities in surrounding villages such as orphanages, dancing school, hotel school, sea turtle conservatory, poor people, etc.

Donations to ceremonies.

Promotion of local skills, culture and projects.

Drawing contest organized every year with 7 local primary schools to raise awareness of the young generations (496 pupils in total) to the protection of their environment.

Green procurement: organic vegetables, fresh local sea food directly from Pekutatan Village.

Preference given to local construction materials suppliers.

Drinking water fountains for our staff.

Family run resort, respecting Balinese tradition, culture, and religion.

Encouraging guests to adopt eco-friendly behaviour.

We also pay a lot of attention to our human environment. Puri Dajuma is the perfect example of a family run business that economically and socially benefits the whole village.
Our CSR is made up of the following initiatives.

  • Comprehensive social protection of our staff.
  • Strict respect and adherence to Indonesian labour laws.
  • Health care policy, full coverage for health expenses.
  • Retirement policy.
  • Active participating management.
  • Support of the local communities in the surrounding villages in various projects such as orphanages, dancing school, a hotel school, the sea turtle conservatory, poverty relief, etc…
  • Donations to ceremonies.
  • Promotion of local skills, culture and projects.
  • Drawing contest organized and held every year with seven local primary schools (496 students in total) to raise awareness of environmental protection in the younger generations.
  • Green procurement: organic vegetables and fresh local sea food directly from Pekutatan Village.
  • Preference given to local construction companies and construction material suppliers.
  • Drinking water fountains installed for our staff.
  • A family run resort that is respectful of Balinese tradition, culture and religion.
  • Encouraging guests to adopt eco-friendly behaviour.