Our Brief 


The Sligo Park Hotel is committed to the Green Hospitality Programme to work towards achieving an Eco Label Award. Hotel management and staff have implemented a green team to set goals and internal policies to work towards a more sustainable hotel for our future. Our green team are working on policies that will help us to reduce our carbon footprint to the benefit of our guests, employees, local communities, stakeholders and future generations. Our focus is to minimise energy & water consumption, waste production and encourage biodiversity on our hotel grounds.

1. Energy Efficiency: Install energy-efficient lighting, heating, and cooling systems throughout the hotel. Encourage guests to conserve energy by using keycard-activated lights and offering incentives for participating in energy-saving programs.

2. Water Conservation: Implement water-saving measures such as low-flow faucets and toilets, as well as rainwater harvesting systems for landscaping and irrigation purposes. Educate guests and staff about the importance of water conservation and provide tips for reducing water usage.

3. Waste Management: Implement a comprehensive waste management program that includes recycling, composting, and proper disposal of hazardous materials. Reduce single-use plastics by offering reusable alternatives and partnering with suppliers who use eco-friendly packaging.

4. Biodiversity Promotion: Create green spaces on the hotel grounds by planting native vegetation and creating habitats for local wildlife. Offer guided nature walks or educational programs for guests to learn about the local ecosystem and biodiversity conservation efforts.

5. Community Engagement: Engage with the local community through partnerships with environmental organizations, schools, and businesses. Support local farmers and artisans by sourcing ingredients and products locally, reducing transportation emissions and supporting the local economy.

6. Staff Training and Engagement: Provide training for staff members on sustainable practices and empower them to identify opportunities for improvement. Recognize and reward employees who contribute innovative ideas or demonstrate exceptional commitment to sustainability.

7. Continuous Improvement: Regularly monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of sustainability initiatives, seeking feedback from guests, staff, and stakeholders. Set measurable goals and track progress towards achieving them, continuously striving for improvement. By implementing these strategies and fostering a culture of sustainability, the Sligo Park Hotel can make significant strides towards achieving their Eco Label Award and becoming a leader in green hospitality 



Click below to see our full Sustainability Report 2024 and Green Purchasing Policy 2024

Sustainability Report 2024   


Green Purchasing Policy 2024

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