At WhiteWater, we have set out on a journey to becoming more sustainable. Our purpose has always been to create places where fun thrives—places where generations of families can enjoy a day out at the park, not just today but also well into the future. That is why we are committed to improving our product sustainability, manufacturing practices, and supply chain efficiency.
As with any journey, ours begins with a single step—in the right direction. Already, we have taken action towards reaching our sustainability goals by looking at how we design our attractions and water parks. It might seem counterintuitive to talk about sustainability when a water park requires hundreds of thousands of gallons of water to operate, but there’s a difference between use and loss. Smartly designed rides and parks can help mitigate their water loss and power consumption, resulting in more eco-friendly operations and cost savings.
Smart Design for Parks
Having designed more water parks than anyone else, we’ve learned a thing or two along the way about how to design a park with sustainability in mind. Our team of Architects and Landscape Architects take a holistic view of your park and can create concept designs that incorporate green materials and enhanced landscaping for carbon absorption, natural shade, and reduction in irrigation needs.
Smart Design for Attractions
With a dedicated team of creative thinkers, experts in their fields, we are continuously looking for ways to design our attractions to use less energy, water, and materials.
Combining our decades of experience with our own propriety ride simulations, we design our slides to use less water and energy, from start tub to run-out lane, by creating:
1. Low water entry tubs
2. Minimal splash risers
3. Water capture run-out lanes
4. Fewer pumps and valves
5. Smart Blast technology
Smart Design for Longevity
Extending the life of your attractions is not only cost effective but also helps to reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfills. While our attractions have been built to last, with best-in-class fiberglass, steel, and surfacing, they do require regular maintenance to ensure safety and durability.
Our Customer Service team is here to make sure that parks learn how to best care for the attractions so that they can enjoy them for years to come.