The Fern Hotels and Resorts introduces its eco-friendly initiative “Fern Saves Water”
The Fern Hotels is aiming to saving 100 million litres of water in a year
The Fern Hotels and Resorts, India’s leading environmentally sensitive hotel chain in association with National Geographic Traveller India and Aabid Surti (Drop Dead Foundation) have started an initiative ‘Fern Saves Water’. The main purpose of the initiative is to fix the leaking taps in houses across India. On the completion on 10 years, the hotel chain has undertaken this initiative to do its bit for the society and environment at large.
The CEO of the company, Suhail Kannampilly informing about the campaign said, “Taking forward the legacy of Shri Aabid Surti & considering the acute shortage of drinking water across different parts of the country, all the Fern hotels are stepping out to do their bit by saving every drop they can“. Explaining further he elaborated, "Each hotel will go to various housing societies as well as individual homes in their vicinity and look for leaking taps and will fix the leak.
Through this initiative, The Fern Hotels is aiming to saving 100 million litres of water in a year. All the 71 hotels managed by the company will be participating in this initiative in their respective cities. As per the campaign, each hotel will go to various housing societies as well as individual homes in their vicinity and look for leaking taps and will fix the leak. This initiative has already been carried out in six cities - Mumbai, Jaipur, Rajkot, Ranthambore, Hyderabad and Kolkata across five states. Besides, Ibiza, The Fern at Kolkata carried out a massive exercise in several villages around the resort and was able to fix close to 100 leaking taps. Similarly The Fern Residency Rajkot also carried out a very successful campaign. The company has also created a web page where individuals can fill in the details and a hotel representative from that area will contact the person and fix an appointment to do the needful.