IHG to Ban Mini Plastic Toiletries

IHG to Ban Mini Plastic Toiletries - Expert with Points

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has announced that it will ban mini plastic toiletries to attempt to combat plastic waste and reduce the amount produced.

IHG said they will install bulk-size items in the bathrooms of its hotel rooms across the world by the year 2021.

IHG, which runs brands such as Holiday Inn, InterContinental, Hotel Indigo and Crowne Plaza, use around 200-million-bathroom amenity items every year.

The hotel group, along with other groups such as Marriott, have previously said they will be removing plastic straws from all its hotels by 2019.

Thomas Goddard

Thomas Goddard

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