Jul 30, 2019
Mini toiletries to be removed from IHG hotels
Miniature toiletries are to be removed from all hotels run by InterContinental Hotels Group for environmental reasons - making it the first global hotel brand to undertake such a move. The UK-based owner of Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza hotels has pledged to take the small plastic bottles out of its 843,000 rooms by 2021. In its luxury hotels, bulk items have replaced the individual toiletries. The company has teamed up with artificial intelligence firm Winnow on a pilot to monitor waste across breakfast buffets in some of its hotels. IHG has committed to reducing its carbon footprint per occupied room by 6% by next year.
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