Amman Marriott Hotel gets Green Key certification

Following a number of sustainable initiatives, the Amman Marriott Hotel achieves a Green Key Certification

The exterior of the Amman Marriott Hotel.
The exterior of the Amman Marriott Hotel.

Amman Marriott Hotel has been awarded the Green Key Certification, after fulfilling the environmental criteria required by the Royal Marine Conservation Society of Jordan (JREDS).

A number of green initiatives were put into place by the downtown business hotel.

The property recently installed a solar system to provide the hotel with hot water in addition to heating for the indoor and outdoor swimming pools.

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All laundry equipment was replaced with more energy efficient appliances, and the building management system was upgraded to more efficiently controlled air-conditioning throughout the hotel.

In addition, all of the air handling units were replaced and connected to the new building management system.

The hotel's environmental manager and director Mohmmad Kheiri represented Amman Marriott Hotel and participated in setting up public sustainability and corporate social responsibility goals for Marriott worldwide.

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