Environment

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Environnement Energie

Energy

Since 2020, the Park has been buying 100% of its electricity from renewable sources. Its aim is to produce more electricity than it consumes and to be carbon neutral by 2025. To achieve this, the Park is doing everything it can to reduce its consumption and produce carbon-free energy. In 2022, for example, the Park installed thermo fridge pump which heat its entire extension. A biomass boiler will also be operational this year. By the end of 2025, it will have a photovoltaic production capacity of over 20 MW for its own consumption. One example: the shaded areas installed on the Station Cosmos car park produce more than 100% of the energy consumed by the Space Loop hotel and restaurant. The Park is also investing in the planting of forests and supporting farmers to develop their low-carbon practices.

Environnement Eau

Water

Between now and 2025, Futuroscope will be investing to optimise water use on the site, with the aim of reducing the water used per visitor by 30%. For example, washbasin water will be recycled and used to flush toilets. Futuroscope has also started turning urine into fertiliser, in collaboration with Toopi Organics and GSF (the company responsible for maintaining the Park). This economical and ecological alternative helps to conserve drinking water, saving more than 2,000 m3 of water every year.

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Environnement Dechets

Waste

The benches in the stands for the night-time show were made from 7,000 recycled food cartons, using a process invented by Urban'ext. Visitors already have access to 142 sorting islands in the alleys of the park. If 100% of the waste is to be recycled, an in situ sorting centre will have to be set up by 2025 to optimise waste collection before processing.

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Environnement Vaisselle

Reusable tableware

Since the start of the 2023 season, the Parc du Futuroscope has been part of the Eco-responsible approach to banning disposable consumables and crockery. Meals and drinks served in our restaurants, takeaways and fast-food outlets are now served in washable and reusable crockery. Visitors are invited to use the sorting bins for this purpose.

Environnement Biodiversite

Biodiversity

In 2023, the park will be extended with the creation of the Ecolodgee hotel. The lodges will be located in a new area designed to promote biodiversity, with the creation of a wooded area, a pristine island and bodies of water. This project creates favourable conditions for the development of local flora and fauna. Over an area of 3.5 hectares, 1.8 hectares have been set aside for the planting of 15,000 trees and the creation of dry and wet meadows. In the same spirit, late-mowing and free-range areas have been identified in the park, nesting boxes have been installed and less water-intensive plants have been favoured for the decorative plantings. In total, 3.5 hectares are dedicated to preserving biodiversity.

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Environnement Mobilite

Mobility

By 2025, 600 electric recharging points are planned in the car parks to give visitors access to environmentally-friendly recharging solutions. To enable all employees to adopt soft mobility and move around the park without impact, around forty vehicles are available to employees (golfettes, segways, scooters and bicycles). The Park's partners are also involved, with electric three-wheelers equipped to collect small items of waste. 100% of all commercial vehicles will be electric by 2025.

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