The hospitality staff at Causeway Coast and Glens addresses sustainability in business.

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A complimentary LiveSmart climate program is being highlighted by the Council’s Destination Tourism Team. Business owners can reserve a 30-minute assessment session with Council’s Environmental Resource Officer Fiona Watters and Trade Engagement Officer Clare Quinn for the business office to take place on May 28 at the Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre. Councillor Steven Callaghan, the governor of Causeway Coast and Glens, welcomed the initiative, saying:” This assistance from Council’s hospitality team is a fantastic opportunity for local tourism organizations to review their sustainability.” It’s becoming increasingly important for business owners to take into account the green credentials of the companies we buy from when conducting reviews. Fiona and Clare will offer you valuable tips on responsible business practices for your hospitality organization. ” The LiveSmart program, Council’s completely sustainability programme, offers an opportunity to get a free inspection of your company, which can be discussed during your visit casino. All tourism companies are welcome to the conservation deal office, which runs from 10am to 4pm on Tuesday, May 28 at the Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre in Limavady. The local tourism sector received valuable guidance from Destination Tourism Manager Kerrie McGonigle regarding their conservation quest:” As we all know, conservation is becoming a determining factor in how visitors choose destinations, the quality of the customer experience, and the effects of hospitality on the economy, environment, and host communities. Sustainability is one of the essential five corporate themes in the proposed Northern Ireland tourism strategy, and we are aware that it will play a significant role in the development of the sector. The LiveSmart initiative provides businesses with a great opportunity to evaluate their approach to sustainability, including a free inspection of the premises by the Environmental Resource Officer. The LiveSmart program aims to encourage, tell, and include all of our residents, businesses, and visitors to sit more sustainably on our world by taking easy precautions to protect our environment. It consists of various components made to address various aspects of our way of life and survive smarter. PlasticSmart, StaySmart, and CaféSmart are just a few exampleas work to help us to take tiny steps within the home or business, which allow us to enjoy our element as an individual in the fight against climate change. To guide this industry center emaillynne. [email protected]. ukby Tuesday 21st May with your contact name, the name of your business, type of business and recommended time of day ( morning or afternoon ). More information about the LiveSmart program is obtainable here: tls: //www. causewaycoastandglens. gov. uk/live/bins- and- recycling/livesmart ADVERTISEMENT- Remain Checking BELOWADVERTISEMENT- Remain Checking BELOWADVERTISEMENT- CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT- CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT- CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT- CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT