Green Globe has re-certified all five Mövenpick
Hotels & Resorts in Jordan for another year.
The hotels all achieved Green Globe
certification in 2011 following a detailed audit based on more
than 350 standards covering environmental protection, energy and
water conservation, social responsibility, employee sustainability
and detailed education programmes.
The five hotels are the Mövenpick Resort & Spa
Dead Sea, the Mövenpick Resort & Residences Aqaba, the Mövenpick
Resort & Spa Tala Bay Aqaba, the Mövenpick Resort Petra and the
Mövenpick Nabatean Castle Hotel.
“Re-certification by Green Globe endorses our
on-going commitment to sustainability” said Regional General
Manager of Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts in Jordan Peter Hoesli. “We
are constantly re-examining our processes and procedures to improve our environmental impact and have implemented extensive
trainings across all our hotels, to ensure every employee can play
a positive role in sustainable good practice.”
The Mövenpick Hotel & Resorts in Jordan use the
latest energy and water saving technologies and state-of-the-art
waste management as well as comprehensive action to nurture unique
environmental and cultural elements in each hotel location.
The Green Globe re-certification is another milestone in the
history of Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts. By the end of 2012 the upscale Swiss hospitality company aims to become the first hotel
company in the world to be fully Green Globe certified.
Already all the company’s hotels in the Middle East and Europe
have achieved the internationally, independently recognised Green
Globe certification and the programme is being implemented across
its properties in Asia and Africa.
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