FEEDS
Login
USERNAME:
Please provide your email address.Please provide a valid email address.

PASSWORD:
Please provide your password.

Forgot Password? Click Here.

First Time User? Click here to Signup
Resource Center
Is India Trying to Subdue Kashmir Through Religious Tourism? 
July 17, 2018
The Indian state under the increasing influence of Hindu nationalism is using Hindu pilgrimage sites..
 
“Aswachh Bharat” marks Amarnath yatra 
July 15, 2018

Tourism and Plastic: Exploring the Contours 

June 04, 2018
The threat that plastic poses to the health of the planet has been raising alarm bells for some time..
 
As Women, Are We Really Economically Empowered A view from the point of view of Tourism 
April 10, 2018

Do we enjoy the same quality of life as our male counterparts? How can we, when the figures of women..

 
Meet the Majid Squad, a Group that Voluntarily Cleans Filth on Amarnath Yatra Routes 
January 29, 2018
Notwithstanding the National Green Tribunal directions, Governor N N Vohra recently decided that a 60-day-long..
 
Hotels urged to manage their own waste
February 23, 2010


Hotels urged to manage their own waste


http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/goa/Hotels-urged-to-manage-their-own-waste/articleshow/5605134.cms

23 February 2010


Panaji:


The Goa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI), in association with the Travel and Tourism Association of Goa (TTAG) will conduct a one-day seminar on waste management on February 27, 2010 for hoteliers, restaurants and other stakeholders in Goa. The seminar will be conducted by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).


Announcing this at a press conference, GCCI vice president Manguirish Pai Raikar and TTAG president Ralphe de Souza said that though Goa is a top rated tourist destination in the world, civic authorities in Goa have failed to adequately address the problem of garbage in the state.

The GCCI feels that the best way forward is for all major hotels and restaurants to have their own facilities for reducing, recycling and treating their wet and other garbage in an environment-friendly manner and also to try to generate some energy from the waste so that these facilities not only become economical but also save costs for these hotels.

This will also reduce the burden on the government, Raikar said.