Concerned by its impact on environment and society, Hotel Chateau Bellevue has, since 2009, a Sustainable Development Policy covering every sphere of activity. Since then, Hotel management formed a Green Committee made up of representatives from different sectors of the establishment. It ensure the implementation of programs including:
Eco-friendly packages for eco-responsible business events are available for every business client. In addition, there’s the possibility to plan “Green” private events, if requested weddings, anniversaries, nominations, balls, banquets, etc.,
The conference “Organizing a successful event: The choices that make the difference,” is a great example, considering the fact that it won the 2013 Vivat, Loto-Québec Price for responsible events in the Food category.
Adopt a Habitat Foundation
In order to optimize its environmental contribution, Hotel Chateau Laurier Quebec offers to event organizers of environmentally responsible events to donate to the fund adopt a habitat. Over $20,000 was collected, amount used to sponsor many projects since 2014. A strong and effective action meaning to reduce ecological footprint.
The 4 Green Keys program
As an enterprise, Hôtel Château Bellevue is committed to its social responsibility and agrees to improve its environmental and fiscal performances through the 4 Green Keys program.
In order to settle their principals inside their very own installations, Hotel Chateau Laurier Quebec placed Recycling bins for paper, cardboard, glass and metal on various floor. A rigorous management about how water is used is in place: sanitation, landscape watering, maintenance of the pools saltwater, water coolers instead of bottled water, and environmentally friendly, bio-engineered cleaning products made in Quebec. There’s also efforts made on energy saving with low-watt light bulbs and making sure empty rooms and other hotel spaces always have their lights and heating off when not in use. There was also an installation of a garden and urban hives made on the roof. Finally, the participation at “Earth Hour” of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) is now an annual tradition.