Two Seasons Hotel Awarded by Emirates Environmental Group for recycling initiatives
Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) organized its 22nd Emirates Recycling Awards Ceremony on the 10th of June at the Knowledge Village under the patronage and attendance of H.E Eng Sheikh Salem Bin Sultan bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Ras Al Khaimah Department of Civil Aviation, Member of the Executive Council of the government of Ras Al Khaimah
The Emirates Environmental Group (EEG) awarded Two Seasons Hotel & Apartments a certificate of appreciation for winning the first runner up in the Corporate Category for collecting 16 015 kg of Glass in the campaign of 2018 the hotel also won the 2nd runner up place for collecting 1238 kg of cans.
Through the years, the waste collection and recycling campaign which covers eight (8) major waste streams – aluminum cans, paper, toner, glass, battery, plastic, mobiles, and tetrapaks have registered sturdy growth as depicted by the increased and active participation of organizations, volunteers and individuals alike.
‘It is our mission to extend our continuous efforts to raise awareness and encouraging our employees, to be more conscious about environmental sustainability. We are proud to contribute to the biodiversity of the UAE. And this participation is in line with a wider series of initiatives under our Green Globe Label and Dubai Government directives aiming to enhance environmental awareness. We are happy to unify the efforts and reinforce the environmental sustainability practice in order to find solutions that encourage the environmental culture and to maintain a highly qualified sustainable environment that suits with the government lifestyle.’ Said Freddy Farid, the Managing Director of The Two Seasons Hotel Company FZ LLC.
Two Seasons Hotel promotes green living and hospitality by establishing practices to show all colleagues, customers, business partners and owners on how to protect and preserve our future environment. The property is engaged in CSR activities such as carton, pet bottle, paper, plastic, aluminum tins, glass, and cans collection campaigns for years.