Atlanta’s Westin Peachtree Plaza, the largest Green Seal Silver Level-certified convention hotel in the Southeast, is giving meeting attendees a behind-the-scenes look at its sustainability, conservation and environmental-efficiency practices.
Next to construction, meetings create more waste than any other U.S. industry. Planners can drive change.
For the third year, Caesars Foundation has approved Clean the World‘s grant request of $150,000. A total of 34 Caesars properties — 42,218 rooms — are part of the Clean the World global hygiene revolution. Caesar’s Entertainment has diverted 295.910 pounds of landfill waste while making it possible for Clean to the World to distribute […]
Clean the World continues its global hygiene revolution with outposts in Hong Kong and Macao, its first in Asia. The Cotai Strip Resort and Sands Macao together contribute 10,000 guest rooms to the nonprofit’s environmental and lifesaving efforts. Clean the World provides soap in countries where there is a high incidence of death from hygiene-related […]
By 2014, all of Marriott’s international hotels will be part of Clean the World‘s campaign to save lives. The nonprofit collects, recycles and distributes discarded soaps and other hygiene amenities to communities in need around the world, with the help of hotel partners. Since 2009, Marriott hotels in North America have collected almost 1 million soap […]