Sat 1 & Sun 2 June 2024, Brockwell Park, London
We are excited to share our updated sustainability policy for our events this summer. Please use the links above to download the full document, to explore the actions we have taken and how we intend to continue reducing our impact on the environment at our festivals.

We work with our power providers to maximise efficiency, monitor energy use, minimise emissions and prevent pollution.

Local community engagement is key to delivering the events. The organisers work year round alongside local stakeholders and the local communities in charge of Brockwell Park who are consulted throughout the planning stages and the events

Management plans around Noise, Traffic, Ingress and Egress are developed to minimise impact of these on the surrounding residents. We work closely with the local authority’s environmental protection teams to produce the events at agreed sound levels. Specialist acoustic consultants are hired to monitor sound levels throughout the event to ensure these levels are adhered to.

A dedicated Community Liaison Manager is based on site to assist with any queries from local residents during the event build/derig and event dates.

As part of the events’ commitment to the local community, opportunities are provided for a range of local businesses, operators, suppliers and performance content.

Community Fund – money is given to local community groups inside the park and those outside the park directly impacted by the event to invest in local ecology, sustainability and social outreach projects.

The event sets aside an allocation of tickets for local residents which are allocated on a ballot basis, selected at random.

Employment and training opportunities are provided for local colleges and universities.

We’re doing our best to reduce our environmental impact and hope you will join us in our efforts. Here are a few tips to make your visit more environmentally friendly:

Use public transport, walking and biking to reduce your carbon footprint. Get directions here Use TFL’s Journey Planner at www.tfl.gov.uk

Bring a reusable water bottle instead of single use plastics. There will be lots of drinking water points available on site for you to refill.

Use biodegradable glitter! If you are buying in advance to wear to the festival we suggest: discoverbioglitter.com, discodustlondon.com, the-mermaid-cave.co.uk, wildglitter.com

Help us increase our recycling rate by adhering to the recycling system and placing all waste and recyclables into the correct designated bins which are signposted throughout the site. If you aren’t sure where to put something, please ask!

Bin your butts. Every butt has to be picked up by hand, so please use the bins provided.

Use only as many disposable items (e.g., paper towels, napkins, utensils) as you need.

Please respect the neighbourhood and our neighbours by leaving the event quickly and quietly.

 

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