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On sustainability, the Atlantis Atlas Project is doing well

On sustainability, the Atlantis Atlas Project is doing well

In honour of World Oceans Day, Atlantis Dubai marks the second anniversary of the Atlantis Atlas Project, the cornerstone of its broader commitment to promote ethical and ecological travel. The deployment of green initiatives totaling $500,000 USD over the previous 12 months has led to considerable change that will aid in reducing waste and emissions and facilitating a more responsible operation.

Atlantis Dubai’s Tim Kelly, Executive Vice President and Managing Director, stated: “We are happy to publish the results of the Atlantis Atlas Project’s second year, which represents our continuous dedication to sustainable growth. We have accomplished some amazing things thanks to the hard work of our committed Atlantis colleagues, and we’re building a legacy of environmental stewardship as we work to conduct business in a way that benefits both people and the environment.

Effective Operations

The Atlantis Atlas Project continues to place a high priority on reducing energy and waste production. Over the last 12 months, there has been a 40% decrease in food waste going to landfill thanks to the adoption of the Winnow AI technology to help reduce food waste throughout buffet operations. 2,020,908 plastic water bottles have been replaced since the start of the on-site water filtration and bottling plant, which provides all rooms and restaurant outlets with safe, clean filtered drinking water in the form of refillable glassware.
The destination is on track to eliminate all single-use plastic water bottles by the end of 2023. His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai, made this pledge in support of Dubai Can in February 2022.

Additionally, 2,178 solar panels were put all across Atlantis, The Palm, creating 720,445kWh of renewable electricity in 5 months and reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 310 tonnes.

Source: traveldailymedia

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