Vung Tau, Vietnam, May 16, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Pleased with the result of their green environment campaign, HOTRAM Beach Resort and Spa has established regular clean-up activities prompting awareness among their guests on its responsibility towards sustainable environment.
Resort general manager, Allan Tuppil said the cleanup activity is now a regular part of the resort’s Green Program. The program embodies its commitment to the principles of environmental and social responsibility.
Tuppil said they are happy that their guests understood the message they are sending which was manifested during the 40th celebration of Earth Day last month.
HOTRAM Resort was able to gather over 100 participants to join the beach cleanup. A large number of their guests assisted the staff of HOTRAM Resort cleaning the one- mile stretch beach. “We are very thankful to all our guests who participated and show their concern to the environment,” Tuppil said.
He said about three tons of trash ranging from plastic bottles, cans, and cellophane bags littered along the shoreline and Ho Tram community areas had been collected.
Ms. Flaspohler Craziano, HOTRAM’s guest from United States who spent holiday break with her family in the resort, said the cleanup event was one of its kind where they can join together to pick up litter, restore habitat and make the community a better place to live in.
HOTRAM’s guest from Australia Mr. Mick Pugsley Norris said he is just too happy to do things with others with a purpose of saving the Earth.
Another Guest from Germany Mr. Dieter Grasruck said he likes taking part of the event from picking up trashes to planting trees as it is with a good cause.
Aside from the cleanup other guests like Mr. Grasruck also planted trees around the resort. The trees being planted will bear the name of the guests who planted it.
Tuppil said the tree planting program was a real success too. “We are really pleased to see how many of our guests embraced this initiative,” he added.