Loro Parque is dedicated to implementing a sustainability strategy aimed at minimizing its impact on the environment. The integrated management system of Loro Parque holds certifications under international environmental standards ISO 14001:2015 and ISO 9001, as well as compliance with the EMAS III Regulation and Biosphere Park criteria. Further details can be found in our environmental statement.
A key component of our environmental initiatives is Loro Parque’s water management system, producing 600,000 liters of drinking water daily through seawater desalination, contributing significantly to water resource conservation. The water used is treated with a chemical process known as flocculation, ensuring its cleanliness before being returned to the sea, thus preventing ocean pollution.
In terms of renewable energy facilities, it is worth highlighting that these not only offset the park’s energy expenses but also contribute to the sustainability of the Canary Islands’ energy system. The energy generated by the photovoltaic park located in southern Tenerife (2.75 MW of photovoltaic power, preventing the emission of over 2000 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere each year) is integrated into the archipelago’s general energy grid. The General Directorate of Energy has recognized the Loro Parque II photovoltaic plant project as being of public utility.
Furthermore, Loro Parque will soon activate a wind turbine generating 12.4 MW of energy to be fed into the general grid. This ensures that the company’s energy generation exceeds the park’s needs in this regard.