The latest from the Disney Parks’ Field Notes series takes us over to the Disneyland Resort in California where Cast Members figured out a way to save approximately 450,000 gallons of water a year.
- In the latest episode of Field Notes on Disney Parks Blog, we see how Cast Members at the Disneyland Resort save approximately 450,000 gallons of water a year.
- Patrick (Stage Manager at DCA Outdoor Ventures) and Kyle (Lead at DCA Outdoor Ventures) from the Outdoor Ventures team came up with a way to take the melted ice from the outdoor carts at the end of the day to share with the Custodial teams who use it to wash areas of the resort and create water art for Guests.
Previous Field Notes:
- The first episode had us explore the Rainbow Reef at Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa with Animal Programs Cast Member Eric. The reef showcases some of the fish native to the waters around Hawaii and lets Guests get up close and personal in a safe environment.
- At Tokyo DisneySea, Guests can get a tour of turn-of-the-century New York City in cars powered by electricity.
- Hong Kong Disneyland horticulturists are converting green waste to wood chips in an effort to efficiently improve soil health.
- Disneyland Paris’ Nature and Environment Department is using biodiversity to help preserve nature and conserve natural resources with the help of sheep, bees, and more.
If interested, you can learn more about Disney’s 2030 environmental goals.