OUR PATH TO SUSTAINABILITY
With an ever-growing interest in the principles of sustainable development, we are committed to implementing policies and following practices that create value and are more friendly towards the community and the environment.
Always seeking to be flexible and adaptable to individual customer needs and the mindset of new generations, our sustainability and human rights practices are designed to fulfil the needs of an ever-growing customer base that is well informed, socially and environmentally aware. To this end, we lay a solid path to sustainable growth by engaging in ecological and social activities designed to address the well-being of our guests and employees.
Sustainable development goes hand in hand with sustainable local communities. Our engagement with the local community is continuous and is defined by the common goal to solve real social problems, to develop partnerships and to promote local culture.
In relation to our customers, we commit to the protection of their health and safety, promotion of sustainable consumption and provision of honest marketing and valid information.
As part of this effort, the Mitsis Group of Hotels adheres to a strict environmental policy, consisting of:
- Constant information and motivation of our staff and guests to save resources.
- Specific sustainability actions including:
- energy and water savings
- waste-water management
- effort for zero use of pesticides and other chemical improvers
- reducing the carbon footprint in the atmosphere
- proper use of recycled, recyclable and natural biodegradable materials
- Empowerment of the local communities by supporting local business, products and cultural actions.
- Absolute respect for the conservation of the area’s flora and fauna.
- Regular cleaning of the coast and preservation of the high quality of the bathing waters.
In the past year, we replaced energy saving lamps with LED lamps throughout our venues and installed lighting management systems for control, modernized facilities’ sanitaryware with the replacement of 5,000 water saving filters and flushes and were able to recycle 106,798 kg of cardboard & paper, 33,083 kg of plastic, 201,227 kg of glass, 16,558 kg of metal & aluminum, 540 kg of light bulbs and electric equipment, 334 kg of batteries and 6,545 kg of fats & oils.