Sands Proves a Hotel Chain Can Pursue Environmental Sustainability

Can a hotel chain practice environmental sustainability? The hotel and resort chain, Sands, proves that it's possible. The company has completed over 300 energy conservation projects globally since 2010. The projects resulted in annual electricity savings of 247 kilowatt hours (kWh), more than enough energy to power The Venetian, The Palazzo, and Sands Expo in Las Vegas combined.

Three American Hotel Chains Make Newsweek’s Greenest Companies List

(3BL/JustMeans) - Some American hotel chains are making great strides to be more environmentally friendly, and their efforts are being recognized. Three U.S. hotel chains made the list of Newsweek's "America’s Greenest Companies 2014": Las Vegas Sands, Wyndham Worldwide and MGM Resorts. Each company has corporate sustainability programs. Las Vegas Sands has its recently launched SandCares program. Wyndham has Wyndham Green, and MGM has Green Advantage.

Largest U.S. Hotel Companies Work to Prevent Human Trafficking

America's largest hospitality companies are training their employees to spot cases of human trafficking at hotels.

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