Mitsui Fudosan Hotel Group

Environment

Environmental Policy

A society where both people and the environment blossom,

what can we do, as a hotel, in order to protect the environment and its limited resources?
We are engaging with this in various ways.

Engaging with the Eco Garden Card

Engaging with the Eco Garden Card

News about the use of contributions made through the Eco Garden Card

If you don't use any of the items provided in the amenities tray, bring the "Eco Garden Card" to the front desk and we will donate to the Environmental Restoration and Conservation Agency on your behalf. We'll let you know about the total sum raised and how your generous donation is used.

Aims
To promote environmental protection activities through domestic afforestation (tree-planting) and forest development.
Donation
Public interest incorporated foundation OISCA (The Organization for Industrial, Spiritual and Cultural Advancement-International)※
Contribution amount
6,786,050円(as of March 31 2019)

※The Public Interest Incorporated Foundation OISCA was founded in 1961 and is a pioneering corporation amongst Japanese NGOs. Thanks to its many years of hard work it was awarded an 'Earth Summit Award' in 1993, and went on to receive 'General Consultative Status' in 1995 which is the highest ranking of the United Nations Economic and Social Council.

Reference:http://www.oisca.org/

Eco Stay Plan

Eco Stay Plan

no-clean, kind to the planet

As an effort to think more about the global environment, we designed the 'Eco Stay Plan' for customers staying with us for several nights. The 'Eco Stay Plan' is an accommodation plan that cuts out unnecessary cleaning services such as linen changing and amenities replacement for those guests staying several consecutive nights.

Working towards local production for local consumption

Working towards local production for local consumption

Local production for local consumption' is a phrase used to promote the consumption of agriculture and marine products within the region they were produced. Simply by keeping things local we can shorten the distribution process, in turn saving energy on transportation and reducing CO2 emissions. Moreover, the reduction of distance between consumers and producers means that the agricultural and marine products are fresher. This stimulates the local economy, connects people to their local region and is said to help preserve and encourage the succession of traditional food cultures. In Chiba Prefecture, we are promoting this idea under the name 'Chisan Chishou', meaning made in Chiba, consumed in Chiba.

Eco-friendliness at the hotel

Using up the toilet paper

Using up the toilet paper

Use limited resources carefully', 'every little counts when it comes to waste reduction'. Bearing these ideas in mind, we ask that customers finish each roll of toilet paper to prevent the unnecessary disposal of valuable resources.

Water level indication in the bath

Water level indication in the bath

We have affixed water level indicators to bath tubs in each of the guest rooms, and we appreciate your cooperation in helping to save water.

Replacement and introduction of energy saving equipment and devices

Replacement and introduction of energy saving equipment and devices

We are changing to LED bulbs and motion sensor lighting, as well as adopting low energy toilet washlets. In addition, we have upgraded our air conditioning and hot water supply facilities to be highly energy efficient, working towards reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions.

Social Contributions

Community cleaning

Community cleaning

We aim to be a hotel that values and respects the environment. With these ideas in mind, many of our hotels voluntarily carry out local cleaning efforts and cooperate with the beautification of the local environment. Those passing by often call out "great work!", and this allows us to continue our work in high spirits.

Participation in the &EARTH clothing support project

Participation in the &EARTH clothing support project

We also participate in activities which support clothing those in need. We collect unwanted clothing at the Mitsui Fudosan Group's commercial facilities, which we then donate to those in need through the Japan Relief Clothing Center (JRCC).

530 (zero waste)' is a simultaneous nationwide cleaning effort

530 (zero waste)' is a simultaneous nationwide cleaning effort

530 (zero waste) day'
on May 30th (5/30), we participate in a simultaneous cleaning effort at our hotels across the country

Environmental Policy