JW Marriott Bengaluru takes a step closer to sustainability; opens in-house bottling plant

Going for a green and healthy alternative, these eco-friendly bottles are filled with Alkaline mineral water with a PH ranging between 7.2 to 8.
  • Nusra Deputy Features Editor
JW Marriott Bengaluru

In an initiative to protect and conserve the environment JW Marriott Hotel Bengaluru has partnered with Lucerne Waters Private Limited to launch its in-house bottling plant.

Many industries have been adopting environmental-friendly measures and the hospitality sector understands its role in making a difference.

Keeping in mind the harmful hazards of plastic waste caused to the environment, JW Marriott Hotel Bengaluru has replaced all plastic bottles in the property with eco-friendly glass bottles.

“At JW Marriott Bengaluru, to be able to create a positive impact in the environment is equally important to us, as taking care of our guests. The launch of the in-house bottling plant is the first step by the hotel towards providing safe drinking water in sealed glass bottles,” said Gaurav Sinha, Hotel Manager at JW Marriott Bengaluru by adding that the replacement of plastic containers with glass bottles, is their way of contributing towards the reduction of carbon footprint and boosting sustainability.

The initiative is a huge leap towards a sustainable tomorrow, reducing the carbon footprint left behind by the plastic toxins.

The 281 rooms’ property consumes 1000 liters per day, which will now be available only in glass bottles for the guests both in the room as well as restaurants.

Going for a green and healthy alternative, these eco-friendly bottles are filled with Alkaline mineral water with a PH ranging between 7.2 to 8.

JW Marriott Bengaluru produces as many as 2500 to 3000 glass bottles per day, an average of 10 bottles per minute. The hotel aims in eradicating single-use plastic bottles by the year 2023, across the hotel. 

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