Grooveyard is a conference and events provider committed to delivering quality event management services. As an event specialist it is committed to the protection of health and the environment and is determined to minimise any adverse impacts as a result of its activities.


Grooveyard recognized that as event organisers we have a responsibility to be mindful of the environment and be mindful of the resources used on events.


Furthermore, our clients are right to expect green credential. To this end Grooveyard is committed to addressing the following issues:

green hospitality certified


Promote awareness


We will inform and motivate all our staff and encourage them to play an active role in Grooveyards’ commitment to its environmental policy.


Environment and the community


We will continue to work with the local community by initiating environmental initiatives on-site and encouraging local environmental initiatives and reporting on environmental issues of public interest.


Continuous improvement


We will set specific improvement targets, monitor progress and communicate results internally.


Property management


We are always improving our buildings. We will manage our buildings in a manner that will reduce the associated environmental impacts and be sympathetic with the external surroundings. By addressing the issue of energy efficiency in our buildings, we will contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in line with national and international agreements.



We will use Grooveyards’ purchasing policy to favour suppliers and contractors that adopt the best environmental practices including transport, accommodation, venues, AV etc. We will work closely with our suppliers and customers towards achieving our environmental policy aims.


Waste Management


We will continue to promote, develop and implement waste prevention, reduction, re-use and recycling on-site in a systematic and cost effective manner. We will use appropriately regulated waste management contractors to ensure safe management of hazardous and non-hazardous waste sent off-site in accordance with best environmental practice.