Production activities are increasingly focusing their attention on closed systems for the reuse of materials: reducing environmental impact and increasing profits.

Progress and Environment are the two key words that will describe the future of companies all over the world.

Operational activities exert a pressure on the environment throughout the life cycle of the product or service they offer: from the procurement of raw materials to the production process, which are followed by the distribution, sale and finally disposal of the waste produced.

Being able to intervene in just one of these phases is crucial for ensuring sustainability for companies. We are talking about circular economy: creating closed systems that exploit resources more than once create a cycle of production and reuse that allows the entire economic system to generate lasting value over time.

It is estimated that this new model will lead to savings of 600 billion for businesses and a reduction of 450 million tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions per year.

The tourism industry is looking for new parameters, ideas and winning solutions to offer the possibility to the establishments to reposition themselves on the market, creating value and communicating it with transparency.

But how can a hotel be an integral component of the circular system?

The trick is to ask yourself the right questions: What hotel do I want to offer to my clientele? How much are they able to spend to make it work better? What value does my structure have on the market and how can I increase it? Can I reduce management fees? Can I make my hotel healthier?

Adopting “circular” solutions, starting an analysis of management systems, implementing an environmental certification program and making the best use of tax benefits are the answers to all the questions.

Nowadays the mission of the hospitality service is to generate unrepeatable sensations that customers can tell at the end of their stay and only a quality service is what can make the difference.