Regal Airport Hotel has been accredited with
ISO 50001: 2011 standard for Energy Management Systems.
It is the first hotel in Hong Kong and first
Airport Hotel in the world that obtained the accreditation.
In addition, the hotel has achieved ISO
14064-2006 Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions certification, attaining
accreditations in the reduction of companywide carbon emissions, demonstrating the company's dedication to social sustainability
Commenting on the accreditation, Mr John Girard,
Area General Manager (Hong Kong) of Regal Hotels International and
General Manager of Regal Airport Hotel said, “Regal Hotels is at
the frontier of greener hotel operations. As one of the largest
hotel operators in Hong Kong, we are proud to set a benchmark for
the industry, and we will continue to achieve energy efficiency
through innovative ideas, improve framework and incorporates
energy management into everyday practices.”
ISO 50001 –
Energy Management Systems (EnMS) is a voluntary international
framework for the management of energy in any business large or
small. Implementation of this standard assists organizations
in reducing energy use through the utilization of best practices,
measurement and reporting disciplines and promoting energy
efficiency throughout the supply chain.
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