Water, as the driving life force of our planet, defines the way communities and businesses alike operate. Our survival depends on sufficient water management strategies.

Studies have found that current water usage methods are not sustainable when considering population growth trends and climate change. A United Nations World Water Development Report urges for a rethinking of wastewater management systems, in order to alleviate the serious consequences that could potentially arise.

In this paper, we focus on Water Conservation, Sourcing & Management. The paper is intended to act as a practical guide for hospitality professionals to be inspired to reduce their use of water, ensuring the quality of waste water, and provides actionable tips for how to implement these changes.

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Our Best Practice Paper

Best Practice Paper Overview

The purpose of this paper is to provide an informative toolkit for regenerative resource management for water in the travel industry based on the efforts of pioneering hotels. 

 

We aimed to showcase the research findings in an accessible way in order to foster the incubation of new ideas and the sharing of best practices among a growing, committed, and supportive community of like-minded industry professionals.

To conduct research and include real-world expertise, we interviewed a range of Regenerative Hotels to identify those with standout operational practices whose insights could benefit the industry as a whole.


We hope that this Best Practice Paper serves as a useful, practical, and insightful guide for those wishing to improve their operations in Water Conservation, Sourcing & Management.

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