NDSM-werf

Location:     Amsterdam, 1033WB, Tt Neveritaweg 61 Website:       www.stichtingndsm-werf.nl Venue Type:     Primarily outdoor with facilities (parks/gardens) Capacity:      10 hectare   About NDSM-werf Former Shipyard outdoor area. Sustainability Profile: We are currently producing a sustainability policy for the venue The venue is run with sustainable operating practices but no certification has been achieved We have a staff member delegated the role of overseeing sustainability initiatives Sourcing We undertake sustainable purchasing but don't have a policy Energy -   Development of plans of grid connections, participation in NDSM-energy cooperation to produce sustainable energy. -   Partnering with primary event producing organizations. We purchase renewable energy through our main supply retailer We do not measure or report GHG emissions from venue energy consumption. We don't offer show-specific energy consumption measurement. -  Currently finalizing advanced plans to erecting in an own windmill for local production of green energy (cooperation ndsm-energie). Waste The following materials are recycled: Glass Paper E-waste (electronic/WEEE) We create no biodegradable waste at the venue. Waste Reporting: All waste is together in one figure We can't provide any event-specific waste figures We can't provide any per person average waste figures Water We don't measure water use Transport Walk/Cycle: It is easy to cycle or walk to the venue. We have a staff member delegated the role of overseeing sustainability initiatives Bicycle parking is available at the venue. Public Transport: Public transport is close to the venue, and well used by venue patrons The venue is located right next to a well used public transport...

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