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Green Key awarded establishment wins the 2018 Green Hotelier Award

NH Conference Centre Leeuwenhorst in the Netherlands has won the 2018 Green Hotelier Award organised by the Green Hotelier Magazine of the International Tourism Partnership.

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Hotel Kämp effortlessly combines 5-star luxury with environmental friendliness

Hotel Kämp in Helsinki, Finland is an iconic landmark. It is also a Green Key awarded hotel, as are all 9 (and soon 10) hotels in Kämp Collection Hotels. Hotel Kämp has made some very important choices for the environment.

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Green Key awarded Sheraton Tel Aviv in the forefront of water and energy savings

The Green Key awarded Sheraton Tel Aviv has been working in the last few years with the latest technologies available of environmental and sustainable development that are environment friendly and cost effective.

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Landal Brandnertal using locally sourced energy

The Green Key awarded holiday park is saving transportation and expenses by using locally produced wood chips as source of energy

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Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Sofia is using 100% green energy

Since July 2016, Green Key awarded Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Sofia (Bulgaria) is using only electricity, produced entirely by renewable, environmentally friendly energy sources.

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Radisson Blu Frankfurt trials low carbon energy tech

The Green Key awarded Radisson Blu Frankfurt is becoming a low carbon hotel that will generate its own energy.

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Renewable energy: hydraulic wheel of the ‘Moulin du Geer’

The ‘Moulin du Geer’ a newly Green Key awarded accommodation located in Wallonia (southern part of Belgium), is since January 2008 producing between 70% and 100% of its electricity from a water mill

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