These organic, free-form tents give a modern twist to events and with our beautiful draping and lighting options they can be transformed to cover occasions that no other tent can reach!
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House of Hud
Here at House of Hud, as a group of individuals and a business, we are dedicated to having a positive impact with all that we do. One of our main […]
Here at House of Hud, as a group of individuals and a business, we are dedicated to having a positive impact with all that we do. One of our main goal is to deliver engaging experiences and portray ourselves a way in which positively impacts our community, suppliers, client and most of all, the planet.
The events sector has taken a while to take on board the various issues surrounding sustainability. As individuals, we are more able recognize and implement specific measures to enhance sustainability within our day-to-day lives. This in turn effects the way we operate as a business, manage our events, how we do things and who we work with.
LIVE EVENT POLICIES
This is a point that needs to be carefully considered when you are planning an event. The impact includes all aspects: from how invitees attend the event, to how staff get to and from the event, how suppliers arrive and even how and where waste is dealt with. Below are a list of few things that we are planning to undertake:
2. LOCATION (VENUE/LAND USAGE)
In order to be able to become as sustainable as we can, it’s a must to partner up with suppliers who have the same amount of enthusiasm for green solutions and ethical outlook as the business. The more businesses work together to become more sustainable, the more can be achieved.
Suppliers and companies who stand by ethical and sustainable procurement policies will have already done the required due diligence which ensures that all the participating parties are treated fairly and ethically in the process.
Controlling energy usage throughout an event is a more complicated, yet effective way of offering sustainability solutions. The options will rely heavily on chosen vendors as to the means of saving energy, as well as money.
We consider whether the use of the following energy sources can be achieved. We consult with venues and suppliers to review whether these sources, or alternative solutions, can effectively and efficiently be employed.
On a smaller, yet more manageable scale, we strive to achieve the following:
We are proud to have introduced a carbon off-set plan, giving our clients the opportunity to offset the carbon cost of transporting equipment, and the wider impact of hosting an event.
The very nature of an event is an eco-challenge - high impact and temporary, and the event industry is a major culprit in unnecessary landfill and avoidable emissions. Currently there are no practical alternatives to using diesel-fuelled trucks and vans to deliver our equipment, and with Climate Change needing drastic action from everyone, we’re thinking about ways we can all take responsibility for helping with our impact, finding ways to minimise it (ask for our eco-tips for this) and providing an option to off-set where carbon still has to be spent.
We’re therefore introducing a voluntary carbon off-set to out deliveries, and also calculators to look at the wider impact of other elements of an event to enable our clients to be part of the solution.
Water is used in many ways during events, and the overall impact is not always obvious. Water usage in a venue will be very different than water usage at an outdoor event, and we consider each option.
Waste Water and Pollution:
We are aware that in some cases, solutions that address all of these issues are more costly. We strongly believe that it is essential that we continue to work alongside our suppliers and vendors in order to ensure that they and we are coming to the best solution possible at the best of prices.
In many cases, financial benefits are not always going to be immediately apparent, but over time there will be a significant difference. As an example, eco-friendly materials which are produced for a wedding event may cost 10% more than standard normal supplies, but if this is used again and again, the price per use is reduced substantially.
Pre/Post Event Policies:
EVERY DAY OFFICE POLICIES:
Get in touch with ‘GoGreen@arabiantents.com’ for more info or head over to our blog page for more information and tips for achieving 'Eco-friendly' events and parties.
We aim to get back to you within 24 hours and look forward to hearing the details of what you're planning. Please let us know;
the number of guests you’re expecting, and whether you need the space to be socially distanced or not
what tent/ furniture/ service you are interested in,
the date of your event,
the delivery location.
From 2020 we limited our delivery distance to within 100 miles within our West Sussex base, to help reduce carbon emissions.
Ask about our Eco tips for your next event.
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