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Adriatic started using alternative paper straws instead of the plastic ones.

Adriatic for Adriatic

Hotel guests can choose a number of environmentally conscious experiences during their stay.

Did you know that each year, around eight million tons of plastic waste end up in the world’s oceans? That a plastic bottle takes 500 years to decompose in nature and that over a million marine animals are killed each year because they mistake plastic debris for food? We are all responsible for the global pollution threatening the planet; however, we can all individually do something to stop it.

With that in mind, the Adriatic Hotel of the Maistra's Collection brand has decided to take concrete steps and become a hotel that will eliminate the consumption of single use plastic and replace it with available alternatives. An initiative titled Adriatic for Adriatic, was launched on Earth Day. Today, it is actively participated in by the hotel’s employees, suppliers, partners and guests, and even citizens for whom the Adriatic Hotel is their favorite spot to meet with up friends.



Step by step

Adriatic started using alternative paper straws instead of the plastic ones, and their plan is to phase out all single-use plastic products, including beverage bottles, bags, containers, cups and toiletries products, by year-end. Along with plastic, the hotel will eliminate all chemical cleaning products and replace them with biological ones, as well as additionally support cooperation with suppliers whose products are made from natural, biological, environmentally friendly or recycled materials. This goes for cosmetic products, printed materials and even staff uniforms. Furthermore, hotel guests can choose a number of environmentally conscious experiences during their stay. For instance, they can go on dolphin watching tours accompanied by the local dolphin whisperers or learn more about Rovinj’s eco-market and award-winning Istrian eco olive oil producers, or have sustainable shopping experiences. Moreover, Adriatic will be organizing environmental protection seminars all year long to activate and educate the wider community.



What you can do to protect marine environment?

  • Responsibly use the sea water
  • Participate in a beach clean-up
  • Reduce your rubbish and recycle
  • Use mild household care products
  • Join local beach cleanup initiatives

With the Adriatic for Adriatic initiative, Maistra’s Adriatic Hotel has become a true example of ways to actively advocate for a cleaner working environment and holidaying experiences without plastic waste. Join us on this journey!

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