Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai receives green key

Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai has been awarded the green key — an eco-label for tourism and leisure establishments.

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Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai has been awarded the green key — an eco-label for tourism and leisure establishments.

 

 

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A green card is awarded to establishments that fulfil a list of environmental requirements and develop an environmental friendly, sustainable and responsible business

 

Talking about this, Simon Moore, General Manager of Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai, said, “We are proud to be part of the Green Key Eco Rating Programme. We will continue leveraging our sustainability programmes and Green Key environmental ideas to conserve resources, preserve natural habitats and prevent pollution that can destroy the earth.”

As part of the initiative, the hotel has established its own Environmental Management Committee, responsible for implementing policies, processes and strategies towards a greener environment.

The hotel has outlined some key focus areas and best practices that include excellent performance in energy conservation and efficiency, leadership in waste management, strong commitment to sustainability,  and ongoing green educational programme among other things.

 

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