India-based ITC Mughal has been awarded the LEED Zero Water Certification by the US Green Building Council (USGBC), The Times of India has reported.  

As part of its goal to be self-sufficient, ITC Mughal has been implementing sustainable methods to ensure that water requirements for its properties and operations are met by collecting rainfall and processing it for appropriate usage.

ITC Hotels divisional chief executive Anil Chadha said: “ITC Mughal is the first hotel globally to be awarded the LEED Zero Water Certification by the US Green Building Council.

“The recognition validates our responsible luxury ethos that seeks to integrate planet-positive experiences in various facets of hotel operations.”

Last year, ten ITC hotels achieved net zero carbon status by obtaining LEED Zero Carbon Certification from the USGBC.

An ITC official said: “ITC Hotels is the largest hotel chain in the world, with 22 of its hotels being awarded the LEED Platinum Certification by USGBC.

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“Also, the world’s first twelve hotels certified by the council as LEED Zero Carbon are all ITC Hotels…we shall continue to create world-class luxury experiences through responsible practices which are in harmony with the environment and society.”