The Laguna takes sustainability one step further
Having emerged from a stunning renovation that has redefined its interiors, The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa in Nusa Dua, Bali, is also debuting a new enhanced sustainability policy that embodies its commitment to making the world a better place for future generations.
In keeping with Marriott International's ‘Serve 360: Doing good in every direction’ initiative, which aims to reduce the environmental footprint of every Marriott property by at least 50% by 2025, the hotel has launched a number of programmes to help lower its carbon footprint and provide support to the local community.
In addition to banning plastic water bottles, The Laguna has taken its dedication to conserving water one step further by building its own high-tech water-bottling plant. In partnership with its sister property, The St. Regis Bali Resort, and home-grown innovators, Biosystems Indonesia, the plant can refill 10,000 bottles a day.
An additional sustainability-based partnership is with the Scholars of Sustenance Foundation (SOS), a Bali-based NGO that provides free meals to thousands of underprivileged families and individuals around Bali. Through this initiative, the resort contributes more than 500 kilograms of surplus food from its restaurants each month, adding up to more than 2,000 plates.
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