Introducing “Silk Hospitality”, a participant of the Beat Plastic Pollution competition. The company has been operating in Georgia for many years and unites hotels and recreational spaces such as Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel, Tsinandali Estate Hotel, Republic Rooftop Restaurant, and others. The company consistently implements sustainable practices to reduce its negative impact on the environment. Therefore “Silk Hospitality” joins “Beat Plastic Pollution” competitions and pledges to replace single-use plastic as well as to establish its recycling system within the company.
„At Silk Hospitality, we recognize the vital need for environmental sustainability, especially in combatting plastic pollution. Therefore, with our hotel, Radisson Blue Iveria Tbilisi, we are proudly participating in the Beat Plastic Pollution Competition.
Silk Hospitality is participating in the Beat Plastic Pollution Competition because we understand the critical importance of environmental sustainability, particularly in the fight against plastic pollution.
Our customers are increasingly environmentally conscious, and they appreciate and support businesses that align with their values. By reducing our environmental footprint, we not only preserve the natural beauty that draws guests to our hotel but also position our business for long-term success.
Participating in a competitions like the Beat Plastic Pollution Competition, reflects the company’s commitment to environmental sustainability. It offers opportunities to contribute to global efforts in combating environmental issues and showcases its innovative solutions to plastic pollution. It is also a way to motivate the employees, engage with communities, and align the company’s brand with environmental responsibility.“ – Jordi Kuijt, CEO
The competition is organised with financial support from the German government within the Reducing Single-use Plastic Consumption project, which is implemented by CENN with support from GIZ, Prevent Waste Alliance, RARE and in partnership with ProCredit Bank. The media partner of the project is BMG. It unites 11 companies and organizations with the aim to reduce the single-use plastic.
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