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London Hospitality Sector Fails To Check-In For Cost Savings
Date:9/22/2009

Hotels and restaurants in London could be missing the opportunity to improve their environmental performance because they wrongly assume it is a costly process.

Oxfordshire, UK (PRWEB) September 22, 2009 -- Research by the Institute of Hospitality and sustainability experts Envirowise found that more than half of managers surveyed in the hospitality sector felt 'going green' would increase their costs. And around 40% also said that the current economic climate was an added barrier to change.

However, Envirowise experience has shown hotels and restaurants could save around £250 per employee per year by taking action to reduce waste - not to mention improving their green credentials for eco-conscious tourists.

Envirowise Regional Manager for London, Sophie Greenhalgh, says: "An estimated four out of five British tourists stayed in the UK on August Bank Holiday weekend, despite the changeable weather. It's crucial to ensure this hard-earned revenue is not going down the drain through unnecessary waste."

"The average UK restaurant disposes of more than 100 tonnes of waste each year, including paper, cardboard, plastic and food waste," continues Rob Graham. "Yet simple steps could help the hospitality sector reduce waste and save money."

Institute of Hospitality Chief Executive, Philippe Rossiter, adds: "While some managers do regard the introduction of more sustainable operating methods as adding costs to their business, there are also encouraging signs from the survey that the industry does increasingly recognise the importance of reducing its environmental impact."

"Of particular note are the welcome steps towards higher levels of recycling now seen throughout the sector. Neverthele
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