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Green Palace Program – Enter a greener world!

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Green Palace Program – Enter a greener world!


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Green Palace Program – Enter a greener world!


The Royal Palace of Gödöllő launched a „Green Palace Program” in 2020 in order to introduce an environmental approach and thereby reduce the environmental impact of its operations. As part of this, by the end of 2021, we will carry out the following activities, amongst others:

  • We reduce the amount of mixed waste by collecting selective waste
  • We reduce the consumption of tap water by using our own well watering
  • We reduce the amount of packaging waste by optimizing the use of cleaning agents
  • We encourage our partners and suppliers to learn about the environmental approach and to develop their services in this direction
  • We organize and host events based ont he most important guidelines of the environmental program
  • In order to provide visitors with a wide range of information, we organize lectures on environmental protection and sustainability, and we regularly publish articles on environmental issues
  • We hold trainings in order to involve and sensitize our employees
  • In order to reduce energy consumption, the lighting of the Palace’s Park will be modernized
  • To reduce paper usage, we will replace our traditional paper-based entry (concerts, plays) with electronic tickets.

The Green Palace Program was developed by a working group consisting of the staff of the Royal Palace of Gödöllő, with the support of Denkstatt Hungary Ltd.




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