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Dusit Thani Manila

DUSIT THANI MANILA GOES FULL BLAST IN ITS RECYCLING PROJECTS TO SAVE MOTHER EARTH

Makati, Philippines – In its commitment to help save Mother Earth, Dusit Thani Manila has gone full blast in its comprehensive waste reduction program to conserve natural resources, protect the environment and help livelihood programs of our neighboring communities.

RECYLE, REUSE, REDUCE

Dusit Thani Manila collects used soda aluminum cans and plastic bottles which are gathered weekly and donated to Little Sisters of ISLA – a livelihood centre in Pasay City that produces jeepneys, key chains, fashion accessories and souvenir items made from the said recyclable materials. Old newspapers, magazines and used cartons are also collected every week and are brought  to Mother Teresa’s and Mango Tree House who in return transform these items into beautiful bags and décorations. The funds that both foundations raise support small communities which include a school, clinic and library. 

Aside from these, Dusit Thani Manila has started using paper bags as a support to Makati City’s Solid Waste Management Code which bans the use of plastics in Makati.

THE GREEN ALTERNATIVE

The hotel also promotes the Eco Meetings packages which uses eco-friendly amenities like conference pads and pencils made of recycled materials, locally grown coffee and locally sourced dried fruits in lieu of mints, to name a few.

DUSIT GREEN HOUR

Dusit Thani Manila also conducts the ‘Dusit Green Hour’, which is the monthly version of the Earth Hour conducted every last Saturday of the month. It is 60-minute hotel-wide lights-off campaign that has been going on since June 2009 from 8:30pm to 9:30pm, an initiative in its continuous fight against global warming. As this campaign endeavors to save Mother Earth that eventually saves energy cost for the hotel, all its dining guests are also being shared the saving benefits of this thrust by entitling them 30% discount on any food and beverage orders for dinner every last Saturday of each month.
  
CONSERVING NATURAL RESOURCES

Each restaurant also showcases its respective contribution to make a greener and better world all year round. Basix, the all day dining restaurant suggests conservation of resources through its Surf and Turf Station where the grilling items are cooked on guest’s demand only and promotes no wastage of food. Basix has also stopped patronizing endangered species such as blue fin tuna and sharks fin. Tosca, on the other hand makes use of unplugged entertainment to conserve energy.

Benjarong, the Royal Thai Restaurant takes pride in its naturally brewed Thai Pandan and Lemongrass Juices, the use of unrefined herbs and spices and its use of banana leaves, squash, pomelo and melon skin as serving bowls to prevent wastage of water and chemicals of dishwashing soaps. The freshest ingredients take center stage at Umu with its sushi bar and robata counter offerings prepared ala minute to promote no food wastage. Lobby Lounge features locally produced Lambanog Cocktails using 100% natural sources that include sugar cane, coconut and rice, thus preventing the usage of imported ingredients that will help reduce carbon footprint.

EARTHCHECK CERTIFICATE

With all of these initiatives, Dusit Thani Manila is a proud three-time recipient of a Silver Certification from EarthCheck, a global recognition for its commendable and high standard of environmental efforts. (www.earthcheck.org)

First awarded in 2011, Dusit Thani Manila continues to ensure that all its efforts navigate towards providing a holistic experience to all its guests, putting high level of importance to protecting and saving Mother Earth.


Claire Willats (2nd from right), wife of Dusit Thani Manila’s General Manager Alex Willats donated the aluminum cans and plastic bottles on behalf of the hotel to ISLA Livelihood Center in Pasay City. Also shown in photo are: (left to right) Beverely Batiao, Dilma Dalisay President of ISLA Livelihood Project, Sister Marion of Little Sisters of the Assumption and Linda Boyd of The British Women Association


Dusit Thani Manila’’s Plastic Bottles, Aluminum Soda Cans, Old Magazines and Newspapers are delivred weekly to ISLA Livelihood Center, Pasay City and British Women Association.


All ready for delivery of recyclable items to ISLA and British Women Association.

 

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