Swahili Beach recognized as ‘Champion of the Environment’


 

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After meeting the stringent criteria stipulated by TUI and trave life  the jury was out in acknowledging that the resort’s exceptional efforts towards a sustainable operation, including an in house sewerage treatment plant, re-use of recycled water for the extensive gardens, the use of LED lights – presently the most energy saving form of lighting on the market – or the full use of solar water heaters for guest rooms and back of house are just a few of the remarkable features which earned the resort the award. Additionally, the benchmark of 80 percent approval rating by TUI’s guests too was fulfilled, crowing a year of committed work put in by Mike Round Turner and his team.

It is understood that Mike will be leaving the resort at the end of August to take up a new challenge, after getting the Swahili Beach on the map, locally, regionally and internationally.

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