Being paperless has made Scuba Shack more eco-friendly, which aligns with the values of many ocean enthusiasts.
When your daily office is the ocean, it goes without saying that you feel a strong connection to protecting the environment. We’ve mentioned before the importance of preserving Anguilla’s ocean and the responsibility we have as divers to do so. At Scuba Shack, we have been utilizing the advent of tech to make strides to become paperless in an effort to improve our impact on the environment. With Earth Day coming up, we wanted to share with you some of the ways we have been implementing this.
Our streamlined online booking system means no paper from the time you reach out to us to the day you set foot in the turquoise waters of Anguilla for your Scuba Shack experience.
We have eliminated paper release forms meaning that all divers, snorkelers or general passengers sign waivers electronically.
We no longer keep photocopies of certification cards, instead opting to store them electronically with all divers uploading a copy for our records. Similarly, all PADI Certification Dives are logged via the app which eliminates the need to carry physical log-books.
We have done everything we can to make the whole process paperless, quick, easy and user-friendly. Being paperless has made Scuba Shack more eco-friendly, which aligns with the values of many scuba divers and ocean enthusiasts just like you who care about preserving the environment. As hard as it is currently with petrol boat engines and an electric dive compressor, we are committed to our plan to eventually becoming Carbon Neutral.