42BELOW® vodka launches ‘Recycled Cocktail Lemons Eco Soap’ sustainability initiative to wash your hands and your conscience, one cocktail at a time
Hamilton, Bermuda, January 17, 2017 -- In case you haven’t noticed, the world today is pretty much buggered. Global warming. Deforestation. Disposable forks. Plastic straws. They’re wreaking havoc on our precious little planet, and if we continue to let this happen, we’re all dead. So the good people at 42BELOW® vodka have decided to launch their own kiwi planet-saving initiative and are introducing ‘42BELOW Recycled Cocktail Lemons Eco Soap.’ The world’s first soap made from recycled cocktail lemons, and probably the odd martini olive. It’s recycling, on a sociable scale.
It’s National Handwashing Awareness Week. Everyone knows that handwashing is key to prevent the spread of germs. This is especially important in the workplace. The Workforce Institute reports that workplace absenteeism rates range from five to ten percent. This means that at any point in time up to one out of 10 employees is missing from work due to illness.
Growing Collaboration Introduces More Members of the Hospitality Industry to a Sustainable Option for Discarded Hygiene Products
OTTAWA, Ontario, June 2, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Green Key Global and Clean The World, two leaders in corporate social responsibility (CSR), today announced an expanded partnership that promotes soap recycling to hotels in the United States. After a successful partnership launch in Canada in 2015, Green Key Global is bringing the program south and encouraging members in the U.S. to collect and recycle hotel soap and bottled amenities that will help fight the spread of preventable diseases.
Globally, Hilton Worldwide’s program has resulted in over a million bars of soap being distributed to underprivileged communities since 2011.
TOKYO, March 20, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Hilton Worldwide today announced that it has extended its global soap recycling initiative to all 10 of its Japan hotels. The program supports the company’s commitment to diverting waste from landfills through reuse, recycling and donations via its global RePurpose program, and enables Hilton Worldwide to make a significant contribution toward combating hygiene-related diseases in underprivileged communities in Asia.
For the final week of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Business Civic Leadership Center’s Best Partnership award contest, Hilton Worldwide responded to a series of questions regarding their partnership with The Global Soap Project
Q: Why does your partnership deserve the “people’s choice” award in 2012?