News at Dart

The future of Cayman's trash

Last year, the Cayman Islands Government announced that work is expected to begin in 2020 to cap and cover parts of the main mound at the George Town Landfill.  Also expected to begin this year is an environmental impact assessment to study the potential impact of the facilities that are proposed for Grand Cayman's integrated solid waste management system.


Dart Grants applications sought

Non-profit organisations with high-impact work in the areas of education, youth development and the physical environment can now apply for a grant of either CI$25,000 or CI$50,000 as part of the Dart Grants programme.


Investing in Cayman's Future

Looking back at 2019, sustainability has been a common theme around the world, from global issues like climate change and immigration, to more local issues like the rate of physical development and traffic congestion.

“Sustainability underpins everything we do. We are committed to Cayman and its sustainable future. At Dart, we are directing our attention and resources to creating exceptional opportunities, places and experiences that enrich lives now and for future generations,” said Mark VanDevelde, CEO of Dart Enterprises, Cayman’s largest investor and private employer. 


Ensuring clean emissions

Recovering energy from the combustion of solid waste is a key component of the waste management hierarchy for the planned Cayman Islands Integrated Solid Waste Management System. While modern waste-to-energy facilities are a far cry from the smoke-belching incinerators of the past, misconceptions about emissions linger. 


Support for all youth swimmers

The Camana Bay Sports Complex attracts a diversity of athletes, and every December, the focus turns to the water as more than 100 local swimmers compete in the annual Coconut Cup.


Dart's 2019 Year In Review

This year marks the end of a decade that has brought many changes to our company, our country, our region and the world. As we look ahead to 2020 and the opportunities and challenges that a new decade will bring, Dart remains committed to sustainable growth in the Cayman Islands, balancing economy, society and environment, through the creation of exceptional opportunities, places and experiences that enrich lives now and for generations to come.

Working together, and through thoughtful investment, we look forward to continuing to create value for our customers, employees, business partners and community.

Here are some of the highlights that made 2019 a remarkable year for us here at Dart.


New Camana Bay Development Projects Approved

At its meeting on 18 December 2019, the Central Planning Authority (CPA) approved applications by Dart for the development of a new commercial office building and residential apartment building in Camana Bay.