Green Key certifications recognise green efforts
Novotel, Ibis hotels in Dubai receive Green Key Certification
DUBAI, 18 days ago
Novotel World Trade Centre, Ibis World Trade Centre and Ibis One Central received the prestigious Green Key Certification, a recognition for excellence in environmental responsibility and sustainable operation within the tourism industry.
It marks a groundbreaking commitment by these establishments to set a new standard for eco-friendly hospitality, and dedication to developing a sustainable and responsible business, contributing to the global effort to minimise the environmental impact of the hospitality sector.
The Green Key Certification, established in 1994, is a global eco-label for tourism facilities, the leading standard of excellence in environmental responsibility and sustainable practices in the tourism sector.
Awarded by Emirates Green Building Council in the UAE; this achievement is a testament to the commitment of these establishments to adhere to strict criteria set by the Foundation for Environmental Education.
Novotel World Trade Centre, Ibis World Trade Centre and Ibis One Central demonstrate a strong commitment to sustainability with advanced energy and water management systems, along with a comprehensive waste management system.
These properties have embraced a plastic-free era by eliminating single-use plastic from guest-facing areas and are meticulous in choosing sustainable products and services.
Additionally, properties have implemented the Ascot Food Charter, offering guests a culinary journey with local, organic and healthy options across the F&B venues.
As carboncrusaders, the venues actively monitor carbon emissions, ensuring a low-carbon future. In accordance with the Accor Ethics and CSR Charter, these establishments actively cultivate a discrimination-free environment, demonstrating commitment by diligently adhering to and respecting country regulations. – TradeArabia News Service