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The Green, Green Hills of Ubud

Maya Ubud Resort and Spa Preserving and Protecting Baliís Environment with Green Globe Re-Certification

(1/11/2013) Maya Ubud Resort & Spa has been re-certified for 2012-2013 for Green Globe Certification. The certification underlined the resort’s commitment to conduct business in a sustainable and responsible manner.

Maya Ubud Resort & Spa, bordered by the Petanu River valley to the east and the verdant rice fields of Peliatan on the west, is one of the largest properties among 5 star hotels in Ubud. The ten-hectare tract of land is a tranquil haven of tropical gardens with 108-architect-designed thatched private pool villas and luxury guestrooms.

According to Maya Ubud Resort & Spa General Manager, Paul Blake, “Our management team and all our employees are firmly committed to our sustainable management program, to ensure the longevity of our business and together, preserve and enhance the beautiful of our surroundings”.

Green Globe Certification CEO, Guido Bauer commented: “The resort has set a new precedent as the first hotel in Bali to achieved the highest ranking ever in the Green Globe program."

Maya Ubud’s Environmental Officer, Romy Anggara added, “To be awarded Green Globe certification, the resort implemented a wide range of green practices in its daily operation, such as reusing linens, waste reduction and recycling, increasing energy efficiency, environmental education and community outreach. Over the course of two years, sufficient data has been compiled to demonstrate our consistent and ongoing commitment to green initiatives, from the recycling of paper, waste water for irrigation, and even to establishing a spice and herb garden for use by the culinary department. Sustainable efforts were overseen by the Maya Ubud Green Team, who educate all departments on environmental practices.”

[Maya Ubud Resort & Spa]