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9. Accor Commits to Global Elimination of Single-Use Plastics by 2022
Accor has announced that it will remove all single-use plastic items from the guest-side of its business by the end of 2022. In addition to a previous initiative to eliminate all plastic straws, stirrers and cotton buds, this new commitment includes:
10. Mandarin Oriental Making Good Progress on Pledge to Eliminate All Single-Use Plastic
Late last year, Mandarin Oriental pledged to eliminate all single-use plastic, across its portfolio of 33 luxury hotels, by the end of March 2021. A year on, and a progress report highlights both the achievements made to date and some of the challenges faced.
11. Thailands Central Group Partners PHIST in Battle Against Plastic Waste
The Phuket Hotels Association has achieved a major victory in its drive to secure a more sustainable future for Thailands most popular resort destination. Central Group, Thailands largest retailer and owner of Central Department Store, Robinson Department Store, Tops Supermarket and Family Mart brands, has pledged to abolish the practice of giving away free plastic bags to custom
12. Air New Zealand to Remove More Single-Use Plastic from Flights
Air New Zealand has committed to increasing the number of single-use plastic items it will remove from its operation this year by more than double, from 24 million to nearly 55 million items.
13. WFS Starts Using BioNatur Plastic for Cargo Handling
Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has started converting the majority of plastic products used in its cargo handling operations over to the BioNatur Plastics line of sustainable products manufactured by M&G Packaging.
14. All Hi Fly Flights Now Single-Use Plastic Free
Hi Fly, a leading wet-lease carrier, has worked hard to replace any single-use plastic items on board with more environmentally friendly options. This includes bamboo cutlery, cups, spoons, and salt and pepper shakers, while packaging for bedding, dishes, individual butter pots, soft drink bottles and toothbrushes have been replaced with compostable alternatives crafted from recycl
15. SAS to Save Up To 51 Tons of Plastic Per Year with New Food Packaging
SAS has relaunched the packaging of its New Nordic by SAS food concept with a new design and more sustainable materials which will save up to 51 tons of plastic per year.
16. IHG Makes Massive Commitment to Reduce Global Hotel Waste
InterContinental Hotels Group has announced that it will remove plastic straws from its global estate of more than 5,400 hotels in nearly 100 countries, by the end of 2019. Plastic straws have already been removed from nearly 1,000 hotels in IHG's Europe, Middle East, Asia & Africa (EMEAA) region and the company is also introducing bulk-size bathroom amenities to several hotel bran

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