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IHG Latest Travel Brand to Remove Plastic Straws from Properties

25 days ago   |   By Global Traveler Usa

One of many to make similar announcements, InterContinental Hotels Group announced last week it plans to remove all plastic straws from properties worldwide by the end of 2019. Plastic straws already disappeared from its nearly 1,000 hotels in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa. Additionally, to reduce toiletry waste, the group plans to implement bulk-sized bathroom amenities across several of its brands.
“IHG is in almost 100 countries and we touch the lives of millions of people each day. This gives us a responsibility to protect the environment and an opportunity to make a real...
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