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Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino, division of Wind Creek Hospitality, is over joy to announce that they retain the gold certificate from EarthCheck.
The audit focused on progress and improvements. The golden status of this important certification is achieved by companies that are constantly looking for ‘greener’ practices that implement sustainable change and offer long-term beneficial results for the company and the environment.
Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino maintains their place as a leader in the unique worldwide group of sustainable tourism operators that are certified by the internationally recognized EarthCheck Company Standard with the exclusive EarthCheckTM science inside. According to Mr. Paul Gielen, General Manager of the resort, Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino uses an advanced reporting tool to move ahead in both environmental and business performance. ”We are very happy to uphold our golden certification. The responsibilities we collectively have with 'green' practices absolutely benefit our environment. An EarthCheck Gold Certificate is proof of our commitment. We congratulate all colleagues on this important milestone. "
The resort has been making steady changes these last couple of years. Among other things, the use of solar panels, destruction of biodiversity and many more. This year, the Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino was subjected to an audit covering 555 rooms, 2 casinos, convention center and also the Renaissance Island.
About the EarthCheck Certificate
EarthCheck is the world’s leading scientific benchmarking, certification and advisory group for travel and tourism. Since 1987, they help businesses, communities and governments to deliver clean, safe, prosperous and healthy destinations for travelers to visit, live, work and play.
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