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Chicago: Hyatt Hotels has recently introduced measures to reduce the use of plastic, that it intends to implement in all of its 875 hotels worldwide by June 2021.

Hyatt, will implement following initiatives:

  • Transitioning to large-format bathroom amenities to replace traditional small bottles of shower gel, shampoo, conditioner and lotion.
  • Increasing the number of water stations in key public spaces at hotels for guests who wish to refill reusable water bottles.
  • Serving water in carafes or other containers for meetings and events; bottled water will be available by request.

Mr. Mark Hoplamazian, president and CEO, Hyatt, said that Plastic pollution is a global issue and we hope our efforts will motivate guests, customers and, indeed, ourselves to think more critically about our use of plastic

Company has already removed plastic straw and drink picks and making alternative options available only by request and increased use of compostable, recyclable or recycled content packaging for take away food containers.

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