New York.- Green Globe certifies Grenada’s True Blue Bay Resort because the Caribbean boutique hotel “has taken a proactive role in preserving and protecting its untouched natural surroundings”, the environmental organization informed.
“We are very proud to receive this prestigious recognition from Green Globe Certification,” said Russ Fielden, Owner of the True Blue Bay Resort. “Our management and staff have been working hard to come up with innovative ideas to help keeping the environment clean and play a beneficial role in Grenadian society”.
“A beach clean-up was just recently accomplished by our staff and friends, who collected over 17 large bags of garbage on a nearby beach. We will continue to improve our environmental efforts, promoting awareness and sustainable practices on all possible level”, he added.
A long-term sustainability management system is in effect at the True Blue Bay Resort, and a dedicated Green Team monitors the progress of green measures, shaping and realizing environmental goals set by the property.
Over the past year the resort has experimented with solar lights, and “True Green Rooms,” which will virtually use no electricity and be powered by solar energy, are currently being planned.
Green Globe Certification is the worldwide sustainability system based on internationally-accepted criteria for sustainable operation and management of travel and tourism businesses. Operating under a worldwide license, Green Globe Certification is based in California, USA, and is represented in over 83 countries.