“Every day is earth day”, or so it is believed at Ayada Maldives.
A visit to the Maldives will show how enchanting our planet really is. And in order to keep it that way, environmental responsibility is highly valued at this brand new awe inspiring hotel, which is located in one of the most breathtaking locations in the world.
In times of global warming it has never been more important to take care of the environment. Especially in the Maldives with the rising sea level this awareness is constantly present.
The creators of Ayada Maldives realised and knew that taking small steps in consideration of the environment are a great help. The more people are aware of their environment, the greater the understanding for environmental responsibility.
Ayada Maldives understands this and wants to be an environmentally responsible luxury hotel.
In order to do so Ayada Maldives seeks out ways to limit environmental waste and therefore has installed a water purification system on its island, as a major step to protect the environment.
This system purifies the main water and supplies chilled still and sparkling water. The purified water is decanted into re-usable branded bottles that will be allocated to the rooms and restaurants.
One of the main reasons the management was so eager to install a water purification system was to reduce the disposal of glass and plastic bottles.
It is estimated that the resort will save the disposal of about 100,000 bottles each year.
Ayada Maldives is expected to open in October
Emre Pasli, the hotel Manager said: “This is only one small step towards protecting our fragile environment, more environmental friendly measures will follow.
“It is of the utmost importance to us to show that luxury and environmental responsibility fit together.”
“The purification system will therefore make an enormous contribution to the environment and help protect the beautiful and one of a kind marine ecology of the Maldives, for which after all the Maldives is famous.”
Ayada Maldives has been awarded the Green Star Diamond Award from The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences in recognition for their commitment to environmental responsibility.