Green is the New Black at Hyatt Regency Bali

Hyatt Regency Bali / Aug 27, 2019, 00:29 ET / BALI, Indonesia, Aug. 27, 2019/PRNewswire/ — When Hyatt Regency Bali. The idea was simple. They remind their guests of how Bali felt like in the 70s and 80s. That’s lush, laid back and pure. Now a big part of this initiative. It involves keeping the hotel as local and green as possible.

Bali is facing an issue with pollution. All where huge piles of plastic wastes and trash end up on the beaches. Yes folks that all over the island.

So the attempt to lessen the use of plastics is a joint effort across departments. For instance, the Rooms and F&B departments replace plastic items with alternative materials. That’s such us using glass bottles instead of plastic bottles. Also or paper straws in place of plastic straws. Finally or bamboo toothbrush, stirrer and skewer. They all prove to be a great alternative to their plastic counterpart.

Got food to take away?

The team deliver it in a recyclable box. Made from bagasse (sugar cane pulp) with bamboo utensils placed in a nice paper bag. Their coffee cup and lid are made from corn starch. In the bathroom, each amenity is wrapped in paper packaging. As well as bath products are placed in pump bottles. That’s instead of single-use plastic packaging.

Even the Sales team’s giveaway includes reusable bamboo utensils. Then all packaged in recycled batik fabric and shopping bag. Combined all made from recycled fabric, something that clients appreciate and praise.

In line with keeping the hotel an environment-friendly establishment, their team uses locally sourced ingredients. Using local ingredients insures freshness. However it contributes to local economic development in the community. That’s finally how they are minimizing the hotel’s carbon footprint.

Selections of environmental friendly items used in the hotel

The attempt to lessen the use of plastics is a joint effort across departments. For instance, the Rooms and F&B departments will replace plastic items with alternative materials. That’s such as using glass bottles instead of plastic bottles. Also paper straws in place of plastic straws. Our bamboo toothbrush, stirrer and skewer prove to be a great alternative to their plastic counterpart.

Got food to take away? The team will deliver it in a recyclable box from bagasse (sugar cane pulp) with bamboo utensils placed in a nice paper bag. Our coffee cup and its lid are made from corn starch. In the bathroom, each amenity is wrapped in paper packaging, and bath products are placed in pump bottles instead of single-use plastic packaging.

Even the Sales team’s giveaway includes reusable bamboo utensils packaged in recycled batik fabric and shopping bag made from recycled fabric, something that clients appreciate and praise.

In line with keeping the hotel an environment-friendly establishment, our team is also committed to using locally sourced ingredients. Using local ingredients not only ensures freshness. However it also contributes to economic development in the local community and minimizing the hotel’s carbon footprint.

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