Two Seasons Hotel and Apartments in Dubai has secured key sustainability certification from the Green Globe.
According to a Trade Arabia report, the hotel, located on the main Sheikh Zayed Road, received the Gold Status Certification for this year achieving a score of 95%.
It is said to have achieved 239.4m2 energy usage intensity and 545.6 litres/guest of water usage, while total waste exhibited a score of 3.5KG/guest/night.
Two Seasons Hotel Management managing director Freddy Farid was quoted by the publication as saying: “Receiving Green Globe Certification for the fifth year is an important milestone within our wider commercial commitment to the environment, society & culture, quality, and health & safety.
“It’s our intention to improve on this performance and achieve greater sustainability and environmental responsibility in the years ahead.”
He also said that the certification will encourage the hotel to introduce additional green initiatives.
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Farid also told Trade Arabia: “Two Seasons Hotel’s guests were always encouraged to be involved in the sustainability programs by using the recycle bins placed across the property, and making them aware of special initiatives and measures.
“It is our mission to extend our continuous efforts to raise awareness and encouraging our employees, to be more conscious about the environmental sustainability.”
Based in the US, Green Globe provides certification travel and tourism companies for sustainable operations and management.
It provides certification, training and marketing services in 83 countries worldwide.