The international hotel chain joins the Global Initiative on Tourism and Plastics to promote the example of the change towards a circularity in the use of plastic.
Palladium Hotel Group announces the signing of the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative, which promotes the United Nations Environment Program and the World Tourism Organization, in collaboration with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, as a step further in your commitment to sustainability.
The Global Initiative on Tourism and Plastics unites the tourism sector in a common vision to tackle the root causes of plastic pollution in search of the union of companies and governments to undertake concerted actions, setting an example in the shift towards circularity in use of plastic.
“This is another step in our commitment to the environment and consolidates our work in favor of sustainability. At Palladium Hotel Group we have been working for years to reduce single-use plastics in all hotels, eliminating them through process optimization and replacing them with materials with a lower environmental impact ”said Raúl Benito, Global Director of Operations at Palladium Hotel Group.
In addition, the international chain is part of the Ibiza and Formentera Sin Plástico movement promoted by the Foundation for the Conservation of Ibiza and Formentera (IPF), Spain, which has certified the hotel company recognizing its work in this field.
Palladium Hotel Group maintains a firm sustainability policy framed in its Corporate Social Responsibility that has measures for the sustainable management of resources and energy savings, initiatives to reduce environmental impact, awareness actions aimed at collaborators and clients and protection programs biodiversity, such as the turtle camps of the resorts of Jamaica, Vallarta and Riviera Maya, among others.
The international hotel chain has received numerous awards in this field, among which are: Responsible and Sustainable Tourism Award granted by the InterMundial Foundation “for the involvement of the business group in the development and activation of tourism that advocates responsible practices with the environment , the local economy and society ”, which the company received at FITUR. As well as, the Honorary Recognition for the Best project in sustainability and hotel rehabilitation in Spain 2020, by Palladium Hotel Menorca, awarded by the Habitat Futura Group, “for its outstanding contribution to the paradigm shift in the hotel sector by providing global solutions based on criteria of sustainability ”.
Likewise, Palladium Hotel Group has numerous certifications such as Earthcheck, in Riviera Maya, Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife, Vallarta, Bávaro, Brazil and Jamaica, Blue Flags on the beaches of Riviera Maya and Punta Cana, or the Distinctive S granted by the Secretariat of Tourism of Mexico in Riviera Maya and Vallarta.