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Both Six Senses Singapore hotels have received the Urban Redevelopment Authority Architectural Heritage Award recognizing their commitment to authenticity and responsible preservation. We continue to focus on the ways we can reduce, reuse and recycle.
We are continually developing initiatives and procedures to minimize our environmental impact, with sustainability beginning with waste management.
Working with Clean The World Asia, we recycle all the bars of soap left behind by hotel guests into as good as new bars of soap for low-income communities and also for disaster relief efforts. This aligns with our sustainable development goal of supporting clean water and sanitation.
This is our hotel-wide commitment to engage with our suppliers in reducing packaging waste and managing waste responsibly. Anything that can't be reused is segregated and recycled using recycling plants and waste-to-energy plants to align with the Sustainable Singapore Blueprint - Towards a Zero Waste Nation by 2030.
Six Senses Maxwell purchases the majority of its seafood from local fish farmers who demonstrate sustainable farming processes. What's more we maintain a list of no-take species: species of fish which are protected under environmental law and species considered threatened globally.
Maintaining positive relationships with our greater community.
We support local entrepreneurs who believe in the same standards as we do by first looking at local suppliers before we expand our search regionally. From in-room minibar items to restaurant ingredients to hotel operating supplies, priority has always been to source locally.