The way we select, buy, and consume is as important as the way we dispose of our wastes. Therefore, we want to become more conscious about our disposal, so our objective is to reduce our waste, reuse whenever possible, and make sure that, what is being disposed of is done in the right way. Therefore, our bins are separated into recyclable and general waste, and we advise and count on our guests to help us here! What's in more, all the food left behind and that is within the expiration date is put on our "Shared Food" shelf.
Consumption: our main goal here is to minimize the use of plastic as much as possible. According to the Global Tourism Plastic Initiative, which we are a signatory of, the goal is to work to eliminate the plastic items we don’t need; innovate so all plastics we do need are designed to be safely reused, recycled, or composted; and circulate everything we use to keep it in the economy and out of the environment. This being said, all our buying procedure has been restructured in order to fit our new culture.
Recycling: our bins are separated into recyclable and general waste, to make sure our disposal process is made in the right way.
Battery/electronic discharge: when disposed of in the wrong way, batteries can be toxic to the environment and damage other waste as well, preventing them from being reused. Although, when taken to the right place, they can be highly recycled and reused. Therefore, we make sure to dispose of our batteries and electronic devices through WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Ireland, a non-profit organisation, committed to delivering cost-effective compliance on behalf of its Producer Members and which has worked since 2005 on quality recycling solutions for Producers, Distributors, and Consumers of WEEE and waste batteries. Therefore, a WEEE disposal box can be found at our reception facilities so that they are of easy access to all our guests.