Welcome to New DEBI Members!

Posted by on Aug 3, 2017 in Uncategorized

DEBI is delighted to welcome our new members and Corporate Supporters who have joined the organisation since June 2017.  Corporate Supporters Alpha Logic and Petroc College as well as DEBI Members Devon Dens, O’Connors Campervans, organicARTS and Sustainable Fish South West – Felicity Sylvester.  All of these businesses and organisations are making their contribution towards a more sustainable, environmentally friendly and community focussed Devon.

Corporate Supporter alpha:logic 

Alpha Logic is an independent waste management company that helps organisations across Plymouth, Devon and the South West to transform how they dispose of their waste.

Click on their logo to go to their website for further information.

 

 

Member Devon Dens

This off grid retreat is set in wonderful woodland near Okehampton.  It is open all year around and is an ideal place to take a break and get away from it all.

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Member O’Connors Campers

O’Connors Campers celebrate the staycation.  Most of their vans have been rescued and restored: one was once a log shed, so they are the ultimate recyclers! Where possible original and refurbished parts for the campers are sourced and waste products including oil and metal are recycled

Click on the image to visit their website for further information.

 

Member organicARTS

organicARTS is an educational charity that promotes the arts and rural issues through educational visits and walks, classes, workshops, community projects, exhibitions and performances. These take place at West Town Farm and in the wider community.

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Corporate Supporter Petroc College

As one of the South West’s leading colleges, Petroc works closely with businesses and communities wherever possible to hone its courses and students taking the Foundation Degree carry out research projects and audits in conjunction with local companies, and fieldwork to appreciate how, for example, renewable energies affect rural areas of Devon.

 

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Member Felicity Sylvester of Sustainable Fish South West

Is there anyone more passionate about fish and education in Devon? Felicity Sylvester has spent a lifetime immersed in the fishing communities of North Devon and Cornwall and is deeply knowledgeable about her subject.  Felicity is very committed and passionate about educating the next generation of Devonians about fish and sustainability.

Click on the image for more information on Felicity’s work.

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