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September 20, 2014

Bali Hotels Association Joins the 29th International Coastal Cleanup

Bali Hotels Association Joins the 29th International Coastal Cleanup -Sep 19, 2014

Bali, Friday 19 September - Bali Hotels Association (BHA) is going to proudly instigate the International Coastal Cleanup campaign by clearing debris in several beaches and river from Nusa Dua, Legian, Kuta, Seminyak, Tabanan to Ubud. More than 70 hotels of BHA members have enthusiastically signed up to participate and be part of the solution to help protect the coastal strips and river of Bali. 

Report from Ocean Conservacy.org, an astounding 648,015 volunteer volunteers in 92 countries picked up more than 12.3 million pounds of trash in the 2013 International Coastal Clean up act. Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup has developed since 1986to become the world’s largest volunteer effort for ocean health. Each year millions of eco-friendly warriors from all over the world help to clear trash from the shores of lakes, streams,
rivers and oceans. Thanks to these volunteers recording every article collected, Ocean
Conservancy gains accurate insight into the manufactured items which are impacting our
planet's health 

Last year with the similar program that BHA held, plastic bags, containers, cutlery, cans, cigarettes and household waste as well as abandoned shoes and fishing debris were just some of the 7,565 items collected. The total trash haul ended up weighing in at over 142,6 kilograms. "Bali Hotel Associations is extremely proud to be able to continue this eco-friendly initiative. To see the growth of members that took part this year is truly remarkable. This initiative is directly inline with our objective, which is to continuously strive to find ways
to support programs that protect the environment," commented Jean-Charles Le Coz, Vice Chairman of the Bali Hotels Association.
“It’s an absolute thrill to participate in the Bali Hotel Association’s largest ever effort to clean up the coast and waterways on Saturday the 20th September. More than 72 hotels, tourism businesses and associations are offering thousands of staff, students and friends to join the international coastal clean-up initiative across eight different coastal and river way zones of Bali to collectively do our part to turn the tide on trash. I’d like to extend a heartfelt thank you to everyone involved and encourage everyone and every business to please continue to actively participate and support the many other various Bali Hotel Association lead green initiatives also such as improved recycling
reforestation, and the improved waste management suggestions to help keep Bali beautiful. Together we can achieve so much more!” – Clinton Lovell, Director in charge of Environment for BHA  
About BHA Bali Hotels Association is a professional group of star rated hotels and resorts in
Bali. Members include General Managers from more than 100 hotels and resorts representing
over 15,000 hotel rooms and almost 30,000 employees inthe tourism sector. The vision is
to keep Bali as the most desirable tourism destination in Asia through the warmth and
hospitality of its people.
One of the objectives of BHA is to support and facilitate the development of
communities, education and the environment in Bali. BHA has initiated many projects
involving association members as well as people within the industry. Only by supporting
each other can these long term projects be achieved and benefit everyone on the island.
Participating Hotels:
Bali Mandira Beach Resort & Spa, Darshana Kuta Bali, All Seasons Resort Legian Bali,
Grand Inna Kuta, Hard Rock Hotel Bali, Harris Kuta Beach, Harris Riverview, Harris
Cokroaminoto, Harris Sunset Road Bali, Legian Beach Hotel, Padma Resort Bali at
Legia, Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort, The Stones Hotel, Ramada Bali Camakila, Pullman
Bali LegianNirwana, Regent Bali, PramaSAnur Beach Bali, PuriSantrian A Beach Resort
and Spa, All Season Denpasar, The Pavilions, Bali, AnantaraSeminyak Bali, Amadea
Bali, Anantara Vacation Club, The Royal Beach Seminyak Bali, The Oberoi, The
Samaya, The Legian, Bali, The Villas, Sentosa, Courtyard Seminyak, Harris Seminyak,
The Breezes, The Elysian, The Seminyak, Maya Ubud Resort & Spa, Pan Pacific
Tabanan, Amarterra, Bali Tropic Resort & Spa, Conrad Bali, Grand Nikko Bali,
Intercontinental Bali Resort, Kayumanis Nusa Dua Private Villa Spa
Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa, Ramada Benoa, Bali, Grand Aston Bali Beach Resort,
Rama Beach Resort & Villas, Holiday Inn Resort Baruna Bali, Sun Island Hotel Kuta,
Ramada Bintang Bali Resort, Febri’s Hotel, Aston Kuta Hotel & Residence, The Vira
Bali Hotel, Bali Rani Hotel, PatraJasa Bali Resort & Villas, Waterbom Bali, Discovery
Kartika Plaza Hotel, Bali Dynasty Resort, Eden Hotel Kuta Bali, Risata Bali Resort &
Spa, Grand Whiz Hotel Kuta,Bali Garden Beach Resort, Ramayana Resort & Spa Group,
KutaParadiso Hotel

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