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Landfill waste and food waste are both significant contributors to climate change. Hotels can take meaningful action to reduce their environmental impact through waste audits, these tools will provide you with tangible ways to reduce and divert waste. An independent review of a 200-room hotel with a restaurant found that 90% of their waste could be diverted from the landfill with better sorting practices. By addressing...

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Hoteliers aim high for low emissions to reduce their carbon footprint and attract eco-conscious travellers. Rebecca Bartlett-Jones, Manager of Business Development, weighs in. [qodef_button size="" type="" text="Read the Article" custom_class="" icon_pack="font_awesome" fa_icon="" link="https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/66944051/hotelier-june-2022/20" target="_blank" color="" hover_color="" background_color="" hover_background_color="" border_color="" hover_border_color="" font_size="" font_weight="" margin=""]  ...

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The hospitality industry has been focusing more and more over the years on best environmental practices as a critical component of Environmental, Social, and Governance or ESG. To better score, a company’s performance using ESG criteria is an increasingly popular way for investors to evaluate companies they might want to invest in.   For hotels that have their own in-house laundry, also known as an On-Premise Laundry...

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Believe it or not, ~90% of all waste produced in hotels can be avoided, repurposed, or recycled. The definition of zero waste, conveniently, is a minimum of 90% diversion with the remaining 10% being incinerated for waste to energy. This means hotels are well-positioned to set and achieve zero-waste targets and reap all the benefits.   Minimizing waste production and maximizing waste diversion helps to reduce costs, improve...

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