Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney

Responsible Business


OUR CENTRAL CBD HOTEL SUPPORTS ENVIRONMENTAL EFFORTS IN SYDNEY

The Radisson Blu Hotel is committed to achieving environmental and social sustainability in Sydney. Our staff strives to continually improve our hotel’s environmental and social sustainability.

In an effort to uphold a level of environmental and social consciousness, the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney has implemented a number of environmental management systems, which allow us to meet the requirements of the Earth Check Company Standard. We comply with all relevant legislation and regulations and strive to achieve international best practice.

We have appointed our Hotel Manager as the Responsible Business Coordinator, who has the responsibility of and skills for ensuring ongoing environmental performance, identification of environmental risks, recording and monitoring of impacts, and implementing environmental and social sustainability measures.

Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney is committed to giving special consideration to employing and empowering local employees. Wherever possible, environmentally sustainable products and services will be sourced locally.

We encourage staff to share our commitment to environmental and social sustainability and our Benchmarked/Certified status under the EarthCheck programme with our guests, suppliers, contractors, agents and wholesalers.

We are proud to participate in these worthy initiatives:
 
  • Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea
  • Clean Up Australia
  • Club Red - Blood Donation
  • Earth Hour
  • Fiji Flood Appeal
  • Loud Shirt Day
  • OzHarvest
  • Pink Ribbon Day
  • Queensland Flood Appeal
  • Thailand Flood Appeal
  • World Childhood Foundation

We donate our unused guest amenities to a charity called ClothesLine that assists the homeless and disadvantaged. We also participate in many other local charities and fundraising events.

Please see our Awards and Partners page for details on our numerous accreditations and awards relating to Responsible Business practices.