The Datai is a luxury resort hotel on the island of Langkawi in the natural forest of Datai Bay. The sustainability works started with an assessment at the end of 2017 when the hotel closed for extensive renovations.
Part of the rebranding of the hotel includes major sustainability initiatives and every aspect of the operation was put under the sustainability microscope so that the negative impact on the magnificent natural forest can be minimised.
The initiatives includes a drinking water bottling plant, permaculture designed garden by Mark Garrett and a PURE Center where all the hotel's waste will be sorted, processed and prevented from going to landfill by employing a circular economy model to the waste stream. (Zero Waste To Landfill) The newly built Nature Center concentrates on keeping the wildlife, forest and ocean pristine and showcasing it to the discerning guests of The Datai.
The Hotel has achieved EarthCheck ECO Certification in November 2019.
Amanjiwo is an ultra Luxury resort and the required an assessment regarding high energy use and optimising for a more efficient air conditioning system.
Water and waste assessments were also done and recording systems implemented.
Sandstone Park is currently a property with 50 acres of caravan sites just outside the entrance to Carnavon Gorge National Park. It is in the process of adding bungalows and permanent tented accommodations and developing the property in the most sustainable way providing visitors with truly unique, environment friendly experiences.
PALAWAN COAST, PHILIPPINES
Banwa Private Island is a small island off the Palawan coast meant to be booked as a whole island ultra luxury experience.
The assessment was done to provide a “big picture” plan for all their sustainability initiatives.
SEMINYAK, BALI, INDONESIA
Sisterfields is a 8 Degree restaurant complex in Seminyak comprising the very popular Sisterfields cafe, BossMan burger Bar and Bikini Restaurant. The assessment covered energy and water consumption and waste production and ways to reduce the consumption and manage the waste production to minimise waste going to landfill.
As part of the work for 8 Degree Projects, the assessment for the new restaurant Pink Lao in Seminyak and the follow up review of designs has also been done. This included integrating a rooftop garden, solar PV, waste water circular economy treatment and minimising waste to landfill.
UBUD, BALI, INDONESIA
Next Restaurant - This planned restaurant will include various sustainability initiatives, a rooftop permaculture food forest, a Waste to Wealth center and a future farm concept.
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