Radisson conducts a definitive environmental cleaning

The Radisson Aruba Resort Casino & Spa recruited over forty volunteers to help scour the portion of the coastline from Arashi beach to the California dunes, just below the lighthouse.

The crew wearing We Are The Community tee-shirts collected marine debris washed ashore as well as general waste into large trash bags, to be discarded by the resort’s engineers. It was the definitive cleaning action for the year, says director of Human Resources, Glenn Farro who spearheaded the organization.

Every month, colleagues working for the Radisson Aruba Resort Casino & Spa devote two, early-morning hours to cleaning along the resort’s adopted mile, adjacent to the Bubali Bird Sanctuary. This month, an entire morning was devoted to wilderness, and the cleaning of an important part of Aruba’s coastal environment.

The initiative was part of Responsible Business Action Month, promoting a cleaner and more beautiful Aruba for the benefit of all who live here, and visit here.

Our Beach Cleanup Day, says Farro, was an opportunity for colleagues to get together, take care of the environment, show appreciation for shared natural resources, and witness the impact of marine debris on the island’s flora and fauna.

September, Farro added, marks Carlson’s second global Responsible Business Action Month. All year, all around the globe, Carlson hotels are working to make the world a better place. September is the company’s time to shine a light on efforts made in that direction, to show stakeholders that Carlson Hotels & Resorts are hotels and resorts with a heart!