Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Clean the World Spain launches in Canary Islands

As we broaden the reach of our global “hygiene revolution,” Clean the World recycling operations centers will be established in strategic areas around the world.


Well, we’ve just put a flag in the ground on the Canary Islands.

Clean the World Spain has been established in the Canary Islands, a Spanish archipelago off the northwest coast of Africa that includes Gran Canaria and Tenerife.  The Canary Islands Tourism Federation signed a collaboration agreement with Clean the World Spain. Businesses there have increasingly made strides toward greater sustainability and environmental awareness, and Clean the World Spain intends to use that as a positive force to advance soap recycling efforts in the hospitality industry.

Some reasons for hospitality businesses to join the program: Save lives, improve the environment, boost employee personal growth opportunities, elevate corporate social responsibility, increase customer satisfaction and receive tax-benefits.

“Establishments that join the Clean the World Spain hospitality partnership program will improve their international image and meet CSR objectives,” says Belinda Anta Jimenez, president of Clean the World Spain. “They will become certified partners in a successful, global soap recycling program that helps save lives.”

Clean The World Spain has contributed to the Canary Islands for the creation and implementation of a Recycling Operations Center (ROC) to serve the needs of children and families in Europe and Northern Africa. With your help and collaboration, Clean the World can make this happen.
 
If you would like your company to be a soap recycling pioneer in Spain, please contact Belinda Anta Jimenez at: banta@cleantheworld.es

1 Comments:

Anonymous Nathaniel said...

It is a great initiative because cleaning the world is one of the things that are the need of the time, people neglect cleaning and it is affecting the health negatively. My old buddy who provides me the Essay Writing Services told me about this effort which is started in Spain and I felt glad because I am a concerned person who wants the clean environment for the coming generations. Is any other country struggling for cleaning the world?

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