From recycling to conserving, ecological responsiveness is a Sandals commitment. Because our "green" resorts are made for love, loving the environment has become second nature.
Our mission is to offer the ultimate Caribbean holiday experience by innovatively, reliably and consistently providing the safest and highest quality services and facilities to guests, while attaching a premium to our human resources and being among the most eco-friendly and community-friendly resorts in the hospitality industry.
Our Commitment To Our Natural Resources
Team members, participation in workshops and seminars conducted by the environmental committee, local government organisations, and also by non-governmental environmental organisations.
Monitoring of total water use on property (pools, guest rooms, kitchen, dining room and garden areas).
Use of timers on electrical equipment such as; Jacuzzi blowers, steam rooms at the Spa, outdoor lighting for walkways, refrigeration equipment in the kitchens, etc.
Waste disposal practices and procedures at the hotel such as the recycling of linen and bed spreads, food, office paper, and packages.
Hotel determines suitability of product before any purchase is made and provide full training for staff whenever new chemicals or equipment are purchased for use in the hotel.
Promoting and selling local tours and attractions with special recognition of "Green tours" at the tour desks. Inviting local craft vendors to the hotel at least once per week to display and sell their craft items.
Starting November 1st, 2018, every Beaches Resort will eliminate
The Sandals Group is committed to providing quality holiday experiences for our guests while we work to minimise the environmental and social impacts associated with our operations.View Policy
Sandals Resorts International operates one of the first all-inclusive resorts in the world to receive Earthcheck environmental certification, Sandals Negril Beach Resort (1998). This resort was awarded the inaugural PLATINUM certification by Earthcheck and continues to be a testament to our acknowledgement that the travel and tourism industry has the potential to contribute significantly to sustainable development in its widest sense. This is especially true for our group as we are making a specific effort to monitor the impact of our daily operations on the surrounding community and the environment. We have taken a leadership role and we invite the entire travel and tourism industry inclusive of our visiting guests, business and community partners, and any other interested persons to join us in this effort to preserve the earth.
The Sandals Group is committed to providing quality holiday experiences for our guests while we work to minimise the environmental and social impacts associated with our operations. These include, freshwater & energy conservation; recycling and reuse programmes for solid waste & wastewater; reducing or eliminating the use of hazardous substances; reduction of greenhouse gas emissions; preservation of land and fragile ecosystems; focused community development and cultural relations; and the employment of qualified local personnel in keeping with our existing human resource policy. The environmental focus within our hotels also includes programmes to minimise noise pollution and hazardous emissions where these are identified within our operations.
Each of our resorts is committed to implementing and maintaining the company's EARTHGUARD policy with management systems that effectively address the aspects of hygiene, health, safety and environmental concerns. This policy is our commitment and contribution to global sustainable development for all guests and team members. It encourages the support of our business and community partners as we strive to continuously improve our positive interaction with the natural resources in the Caribbean.
We have been on this journey since the inception of the company and the Sandals Foundation continues our focus on the environment, education, and the community for increased contribution to sustainable development in an increasingly threatened world.