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Rosewood Jeddah plays a leading role In promoting practices committed to sustainability

<strong>Rosewood Jeddah plays a leading role In promoting practices committed to sustainability</strong>

 Saudi Arabia – Rosewood Jeddah plays a leading role in promoting environmental practices committed to sustainability

Sustainability is an important driver for the creation of social, environmental, and economic values, and in this sense Rosewood Jeddah Hotel encourages and supports environmental actions and practices that are committed to sustainability through the first two pillars. The first pillar being “Rosewood Empowers” Which aims to support and empower all talents in the Kingdom and equality among them with job opportunities as well as to support to those who face obstacles in their professional lives, with greater participation in local employment, contributions to strengthening the national economy through education and skills development, to reach building a prosperous society that will be the foundation for a better future.

Rosewood Jeddah is committed to providing fair, inclusive, and diverse workplaces that welcome people from all walks of life and provide them with the tools they need to thrive both professionally and personally.

The second pillar is the Rosewood Sustains initiative, which aims to inspire, enrich, and influence people positively, relying on an environmentally friendly system that focuses on sustainability approach and places hospitality at the heart of its business.

Therefore, single-use plastics were eliminated and replaced with biodegradable or recyclable materials, and 550 halogen lights were replaced with LEDs in all facilities, contributing to a saving of 216,810 kWh.

More efficient air conditioners have also been installed, resulting in energy savings to date of 670,000 kWh, which has reflected positively in reducing gas emissions year-to-date by 12% and will contribute to the success of Rosewood’s ambitious plans to reach 100% carbon neutrality by 2050, as well as 75% waste recycling by 2025.

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