The O’Donoghue Ring Collection Awarded For Sustainability

The O’Donoghue Ring Collection has announced that three of its hotels in Killarney have achieved a Green Hospitality Eco-Certification.

 

Killarney Towers Hotel & Leisure Centre, Killarney Avenue Hotel, and Killarney Plaza Hotel & Spa have each been recognised for making positive strides towards a more sustainable future with their commitment to environmental stewardship and responsible business practices.

 

‘Milestone Step’

“The Green Hospitality Eco-Certification across these three hotels is a milestone step for our group on our environmental journey,” said Brian Lawlor, group general manager at the O’Donoghue Ring Collection “Since 2020, the O’Donoghue Ring Collection has taken a property-by-property approach to minimise environmental impacts or our properties.”

 

Global Award

The Green Hospitality Awards is an internationally recognised third-party environmental & sustainability certification awards programme. It requires businesses to implement an Environmental Management System focusing on energy, carbon, waste and water.

 

The O’Donoghue Ring Collection

Killarney Towers Hotel & Leisure Centre reduced energy consumption per sleeper by 22% compared to 2022, food waste per food cover by 67% compared to 2022, and water consumption per sleeper by 51% compared to 2022

 

Meanwhile, Killarney Avenue Hotel reduced energy consumption per sleeper by 12% compared to 2022, food waste per food cover by 69% compared to 2022, water consumption per sleeper by 36% compared to 2022.

 

Finally, Killarney Avenue Hotel reduced energy consumption per sleeper by 12% compared to 2022, food waste per food cover by 69% compared to 2022, and water consumption per sleeper by 36% compared to 2022.

 

‘Launching Pad’

“While we celebrate these fantastic achievements, we also recognise that our journey toward sustainability is ongoing. Our eco-certification serves as a launching pad for further innovations and improvements in environmental practices,” said Gemma Ring, managing director of the O’Donoghue Ring Collection.

 

“Together, with our partners and the communities we serve, we will continue to explore new opportunities to make a lasting, positive impact on our environment and society.”

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