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Sun Island Bali Seeks to Reduce Environmental Impact Through Green Initiatives

Sun Island Bali is turning a new and very green leaf to reduce its environmental impact with their Sun Island Goes Green Initiatives. 

As the accelerating impacts of climate change begin to affect many parts of the world, not excluding Indonesia, taking environmental footprints into account are becoming even more important. With five properties in the Island of Gods, Sun Island Bali has launched a number of green initiatives to ensure more environmental responsibility in its operations.

Launched in December 2018, the Sun Island Goes Green initiative seeks to lead by example as part of a collaborative effort to preserve Bali itself. The effort focuses on reducing in-resort plastic usage, while simultaneously increasing recycling within the Sun Island Bali properties, which are located in Seminyak, Legian, Kuta and Jimbaran.

Sun Island believes that its green new initiatives will serve the interests of both current and future generations, and ensure Bali is well-preserved.

The hotel has ceded the use of plastic straw within the Hotel, and switched to paper straws instead. Plastic bottles have been substituted with water jugs, and each corner of the hotels are equipped with water dispensers in order to provide ease of access and use for the guests. Furthermore, Sun Island Bali emphasises that it takes its commitment to reduce daily plastic usage and waste seriously, in order to lessen the environmental impact.

The Sun Island Bali is inviting guests to support and participate in the series of eco-friendly programs, and their dedicated staff ready to assist and provide details for guests with regards to the green initiatives. With a promise of Balinese hospitality on all its prime locations, Sun Island Bali is extending its scope with this new chapter in their services.

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