DBP recognise its responsibility to conduct business in a way that protects and improves the state of the environment for future generations.


At DBP, we understand that the long-term well-being of society, the well-being of employees and the strength of our business depends on our commitment to a sustainable environment.


DBP has for many years conducted business and implemented strategic and operational decisions with environmental sustainability as the core principal that is an integral part of our business agenda. We are reaffirming our commitment to integrate environmentally friendly policies and practices into our organisation by operating in a manner that promotes energy and materials conservation, as well as waste reduction.


For several years DBP has supported research scientist Jonny Schoenjahn in his studies into the Grey Falcon (falco hypoleucos), a rare species of falcon managed by the WA Department of Parks and Wildlife as a vulnerable species requiring protection. The Grey Falcon has been observed roosting in communication towers at remote locations along the DBNGP, placing DBP employees in a unique position to be able to report possible sightings. In addition to observational data, DBP has provided financial contributions to the purchase of satellite tracking devices, crucial to Jonny’s research.




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