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- 1. 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:
- 2. Sands China Bans Plastic Straws; Outlines Further Initiatives
Sands China has stopped offering guests plastic straws at all its properties, in an effort to reduce the consumption of single-use plastics. The company's ban on the use of plastic straws went into effect on 1 January 2019 and will eliminate the use of 2.2 million plastic straws each year, saving about 1 ton of plastic annually. Laid down end-to-end on the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Br
- 3. Swiss-Belhotel to Remove All Plastic Straws from Hotels in Australia and New Zealand
Swiss-Belhotel has announced that it will remove all plastic straws from its five properties across New Zealand and Australia, effective immediately. In addition to the ban on straws, the company has also been assessing all its single-use plastic suppliers to ensure the company is doing its bit to reduce plastic usage. In the future, all single-use plastic used at Swiss-Belhotel Ne
- 4. Virgin Australia Removes Plastic Straws and Stirrers from Aircraft and Lounge Operations
Virgin Australia has removed all plastic straws and stirrers from its aircraft and lounge operations. The move will see more than 260,000 plastic straws and 7.5 million plastic stirrers a year removed from operations and replaced with paper straws and bamboo stirrers.
- 5. PHIST: Anantara Bans Use of Plastic Straws at All Hotels Worldwide
Anantara Hotels & Resorts has banned the use of single-use plastic straws at every property worldwide from 1 October 2018. Anantara became one of the first major hotel brands to eradicate plastic straws at every single property across the Asia region earlier this year, and since then has been working hard to roll out the ban to its rapidly growing number of properties in Australasi
- 6. JW Marriott and Ritz-Carlton Hotels in Macau to Remove Plastic Straws and Stirrers
The JW Marriott Hotel Macau and The Ritz-Carlton, Macau have implemented a plan to remove disposable plastic straws and plastic stirrers from the properties. Mr. Rauf Malik, Vice President of Operations at JW Marriott Hotel Macau and The Ritz-Carlton, Macau, said,
- 7. Air Canada to Replace Plastic Stirrers with Bamboo Alternative
Air Canada has unveiled a plan to reduce single-use plastics onboard aircraft and in its workplaces. Starting in summer 2019, Air Canada will replace plastic with bamboo stirrers in drinks served on all flights, a move that will save 35 million plastic stirrers annually – enough if laid end-to-end to join Halifax and Vancouver.
- 8. Akaryn Unveils Plans to Become Single-Use Plastic Free Hotel Company by 2020
The Akaryn Hotel Group has unveiled plans to become a single-use plastic free hotel company by 2020. The group’s newest opening, akyra TAS Sukhumvit Bangkok, scheduled to open in May 2018, is set to lead the charge in this initiative by not having any single-use plastic in its rooms or food and beverage outlets.
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