IHCL takes new

Chandigarh, 6th June 2024 Ahead of World Environment Day, Indian Hotels Company (IHCL), India’s largest hospitality company, continues on its sustainability journey under its ESG+ framework of Pattaya. It launched a new waste management initiative – Interventions in partnership with United Way Mumbai.

Mr. Gaurav Pokhariyal, Executive Vice President – Human Resources, IHCL said, “Under our ESG+ framework – Paathya, Interventions aims to address the critical waste management challenges in Mumbai. We are confident that the collaboration with United Way Mumbai and the active participation of the local community will pave the way for a more sustainable future.”

Interventions will help raise community awareness, create engagement through educational workshops, and organize annual waste collection drives in schools and colleges apart from daily clean-up drives and waste segregation. This partnership will adopt Mahim Reti Bunder and Mahim Causeway in Mumbai for a multifaceted approach to waste management.

Driving positive impact, Paathya, IHCL’s ESG+ framework continues to create value for all its stakeholders. IHCL is committed to using 50% of energy from renewable sources. Currently, 43 hotels have adopted renewable energy and 7 Hotels are powered by 100% green energy. EarthCheck Certification for 88 IHCL hotels with 59 Platinum recognitions, the largest in the global tourism industry, in addition to introducing bottling plants across 40 hotels to replace all plastic water bottles with reusable glass bottles.