July 16, 2024

Green Key status for TRIBE property

TRIBE has received the Green Key status for its London Canary Wharf branch.

The certification underscores the hotel group’s commitment to high environmental standards through “rigorous documentation and frequent audits”.

TRIBE London has also partnered with clean water charity Made Blue Foundation. The collaboration encourages guests to shorten their showers by 15 seconds. This saves approximately 100 litres of water per night, per room.

Plus, the hotel will donate 5p per room cost per night towards the Made Blue water project. Water cartons in rooms have been replaced with specifically designed re-useable glass bottles and water filtration systems that cater to all in-house guests have been installed.

At TRIBE’s Feels Like June restaurant, guests can order a bottle of filtered water with 5p of each purchase being donated to Made Blue. They can choose which project they wish to provide a day of clean drinking water, too.

Eva Senhub, Environmental Manager at TRIBE, said: “We are the first TRIBE to achieve Green Key certification, which was challenging, exciting and rewarding.

“Sustainability is core to TRIBE and Accor, and this was a natural next step. With increasing demand for conscious tourism, Green Key certifies options that align with modern traveller’s values.”

Project Manager Neha Sheoran added: “Partnering with Made Blue is the cherry on top of our Green Key certification achievement. Leading this project helped me gain a better understanding of the impact these small changes can make in people’s lives.”

tribehotels.com

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