Six Time properties to receive Green Key award

Time Hotels properties recognised across 12 criteria including waste management handling and guest awareness in Green Key certification

Members of TIME team celebrate Green Key award success.
Members of TIME team celebrate Green Key award success.

Time Hotels properties recognised across 12 criteria including waste management handling and guest awareness in Green Key certification.

UAE-headquartered hospitality company, Time Hotels Management, has received its first Green Key status for all hotels and hotel apartments across the hospitality groups’ portfolio.

The Green Key award is a voluntary eco-label that represents a commitment by businesses that their tourism establishments adhere to the strict criteria as stipulated by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE).

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“Time Hotels has been committed to pursuing an active strategy of initiatives, events and programmes designed to engender a pro-sustainability culture across all our properties and in the communities in which we operate.

“This Green Key award is further endorsement of this commitment, and provides further motivation for us to maintain our corporate policy of putting the environment at the top of our agenda for positive change,” said Time Hotels CEO Mohamed Awadalla

Time Oak Hotel and Suites, Time Grand Plaza Hotel, Time Ruby Hotel Apartments, Time Opal Hotel Apartments, Time Topaz Hotel Apartments and Time Crystal Hotel Apartments were all successful in the latest round of Green Key assessments.

The audit covered 12 key areas from water conservation, waste management systems and indoor environment to green activities, staff involvement and guest awareness.

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