There’s no planet B
corporate social responsibility
high on our agenda
At Wings we care about our corporate responsibility and make a conscious effort to maintain the focus on environmental and social sustainability. While maximising the experiences of our guests and – at the same time – minimising the environmental impact on the planet. Water and food saving initiatives have been introduced and yet we preserve a high standard of luxury in our hotel.
A STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE
We are proud to say that we are an officially Green Key Gold certified hotel. The Green Key award is a leading standard of excellence in the field of environmental responsibility and sustainable operation within the tourism industry. This prestigious eco-label represents a commitment by businesses that their tourism establishments adhere to the strict criteria as stipulated by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE). A Green Key stands for an establishment’s promise to its guests that by opting to stay with such an establishment, they are helping to make a difference on an environmental and sustainability level. The high environmental standards expected of these establishments are maintained through rigorous documentation and frequent audits.
too good to go
Did you know that one third of all food produced globally (from farm to table) goes to waste? This isn’t just a waste of money, it’s a waste of valuable resources – from water to land and labour – that were needed to produce and transport the food as well.
Wings Hotel has joined forces with the waste warriors of Too Good To Go to reduce food waste. The ‘Too Good To Go’ app allows consumers to purchase a Magic Box with unsold food from a variety of shops and restaurants all over Europe. These boxes consist of delicious, perfectly edible food that would have been thrown out at the end of the day. All (fresh) products and ready-to-eat meals are still good to use but cannot be sold the next day to consumers. Buyers pay a highly reduced price for the Magic Box. Good for consumers, companies… and the environment!