Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is is a process with the aim to embrace responsibility for the company's actions and encourage a positive impact through its activities on the environment, consumers, employees, communities, stakeholders and all other members of the public sphere who may also be considered as stakeholders.
Socially responsible companies can act in a number of ways to benefit society, be it by giving money to the arts, funding academic scholarships, supporting community, building initiatives, and so on.
At Dubai Golf, we are committed to doing business in a way that benefits our customers, employees and shareholders and has a positive impact on our members, residents, guests and the wider community in Dubai.
Emirates Environmental Group Award
In June 2012 Emirates Golf Club received the 1st Runner Up Award from the Emirates Environmental Group in the Corporate Category of the Plastic Collection Campaign 2011.
Winner - Dubai Petroleum, Sharjah 6,790kg plastic bottles
1st Runner Up - Emirates Golf Club 5,897kg plastic bottles
2nd Runner Up - Khadamat Facilities Management 3,483kg plastic bottles
Recycling at Dubai Golf
In addition to the recycling of bottles on the course Dubai Golf have a contract with Dulsco, who provide recycling bins for non-confidential paper in offices in addition to external cages for plastic, paper/cardboard and tin and oil from kitchen, these are in place at both Emirates Golf Club and Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club.
All employees are encouraged to recycle and the bins/ boxes are available in key areas throughout the Clubs.
All confidential waste is shredded and then recycled.
The service was introduced to Dubai Golf on 1st September 2011.
Every month a report is sent to Dubai Golf confirming the level of waste that has been collected.
Dubai Golf receives payment from Dulsco for the collection of waste based on weight on a monthly basis
Clean Up Our World
Every year Dubai Golf colleagues support the Clean Up Our World initiative.
Colleagues from Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club join forces with Park Hyatt Dubai and are assigned sections of Dubai Creek to clean up in an effort to maintain and protect our local surroundings and the iconic Dubai Creek. We have managed to remove a huge amount of waste/rubbish along the shore-line between the Floating Bridge and Garhoud Bridge.
Colleagues from Emirates Golf Club join together and are assigned sections of Emirates Golf Club in order to maintain and protect our environment around the Club. We are proud to have removed a huge amount of waste and rubbish from the edges of both the Majlis and Faldo courses as well as the other areas of our Club.