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BON Hotels has announced that the eco-friendly Hotel Verde will open at Cape Town International Airport in May. The hotel is the group's first management and marketing contract. The 145-room hotel will offer conference facilities, a restaurant and fitness centre. It is being constructed and will operate according to the standards of the US Green Building Council.
Installation of Cobiax void formers has reduced the amount of concrete required in each concrete level slab at Hotel Verde, which is under construction near Cape Town International Airport. Construction on Hotel Verde began over a year ago just outside Cape Town International Airport, with a team of contractors and experts dedicated to finding ways of creating Africa’s greenest hotel. And the team at Hotel Verde have gone to the greatest extent yet seen on the continent – from locally sourced suppliers to sustainable practices on the building site to several ways in which they can generate their own electricity and reduce waste to almost zero.
Green hotel for CT airport BON HOTELS is to open an eco-friendly hotel at Cape Town International Airport in May. Dubbed Africa's greenest hotel, Hotel Verde is the group's first management and marketing contract. Construction of the 145-room hotel began more than a year ago. It will operate according to the standards of the US Green Building Council and will contain such eco-friendly systems as a grey-water recycling plant, a vegetated roof, electric shuttles, wind turbines and green landscaping.
Company owners have a responsibility, as employers and as visitors on this planet to live as sustainably as possible. This is the only way we can survive long-term and hand over to our children in a responsible manner. Mario and Annemarie Delicio of Dematech are the owners behind Hotel Verde – Africa’s greenest hotel. Dedicated and passionate about sustainability, they have transformed what was initially just a sensible business proposition into a showcase for some of the most advanced environmentally conscious technological installations as well as construction and operation practices in the world.
Building near Cape Town airport goes to tremendous lengths to generate own power and reduce waste INNOVATIVE IDEAS: Using Cobiax void formers has reduced the amount of concrete required at Hotel Verde, which is under construction near Cape Town International Airport. CONSTRUCTION on Hotel Verde began more than a year ago just outside Cape Town International Airport, with a team of contractors and experts dedicated to creating Africa's greenest hotel. And the team at Hotel Verde has gone to the greatest lengths yet seen on the continent — from locally sourced suppliers to sustainable practices on the building site to generating their own electricity and reducing waste to almost zero. "We have a responsibility as a company, as an employer and as a visitor on this planet to live as sustainably as possible. This is the only way we can survive long-term and hand over to our children in a responsible manner," say Mario and Annemarie Delicio of Dematech, the owner of Hotel Verde, which is a part of the recently launched BON Hotels group.

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