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The Chelsea Hotel, Toronto receives EarthCheck Gold Certification
Chelsea Hotel, Toronto has received EarthCheck Gold Certification, which recognizes seven consecutive years of commitment to environmental and social responsibility.
Chelsea Hotel, Toronto has received EarthCheck Gold Certification, which recognizes seven consecutive years of commitment to environmental and social responsibility. This lands the hotel in a unique worldwide group of sustainable tourism operators that are certified to the internationally recognized EarthCheck Company Standard.
Stewart Moore, CEO and founder of EarthCheck, said that Chelsea Hotel, Toronto has a long-standing commitment to sustainability, which is reflected in its continued dedication to the EarthCheck Certified program. Said Moore: “I would like to congratulate the whole team at Chelsea Hotel, Toronto on their EarthCheck Certified Gold achievement, which recognises five continuous years of independent certification. It is a valued member of a global group of tourism operators who dare to make a difference. Smart brands such as the Chelsea Hotel, Toronto, an independent property of the Langham Hospitality Group, create business models that provide lifestyle and sustainability solutions that directly speak to the new conscious traveller. This is not just about having a green certificate on your website but about delivering a sense of place and authentic experiences.”
“It is with great pleasure we accept our EarthCheck Gold Certification,” said Rob Housez, general manager, Chelsea Hotel, Toronto. “This is a direct result of the commitment of our employees, guests and key stakeholders to reduce, reuse and recycle, and to push the hotel to be the best in the field. The hotel’s goal is to continue to deliver a clean, safe and healthy destination for travellers.”
Since 2013, the Chelsea Hotel has also donated $800K in support of SickKids Foundation.