132 Hotels in Sharm El-Sheikh Certified for Using Green Practices

132 Hotels in Sharm El-Sheikh Certified for Using Green Practices

The recognition is in line with the aim of transforming Sharm El-Sheikh into an environmentally friendly city

The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced that 132 hotel establishments in Sharm El-Sheikh have obtained accreditation certifying that they use green practices.

The statement added that 40 diving centres have also received the Green Fins certificate.

This recognition is in line with the aim of transforming Sharm El-Sheikh into an environmentally friendly city as part of the preparations for the UN Conference of Parties on Climate Change (COP27) that will be held in Sharm El-Sheikh this November.

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The Green practices are based on all the procedures and requirements related to health and food safety standards to preserve the level of the quality of services provided.

There are committees that constantly pass by these facilities to check their level of preparedness and their application of the established health requirements.

Additionally, the Ministry of Tourism discussed the current situation of hotel establishments in the city in terms of raising the efficiency in terms of application of green practices to transform Sharm El-Sheikh into an environmentally friendly city.

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