Urban Creation has announced that it is cutting down on the use of single use plastic within it’s luxury serviced apartments.
The Bristol property developer will be replacing all 30ml plastic bottles used for hair and body wash to dispensers; so that they can be refilled when empty. All hand soap will also be replaced with 30ml refillable pumps compared with the old 30ml bottles. Both properties will also be moving over to milk in glass bottles.
The move has been said to have been brought on by the necessary need for companies ‘to do their bit’ to help make the shift in consumer attitude and demand.
Jonathan Brecknell, director of Urban Creation said “We hope that by moving over to refillable pumps and dispensers that we can not only do our bit to help the environment, but also hope this move inspires other similar organisations to do the same”.
With much media attention regarding the importance of cutting down on plastic and the introduction of the plastic bag levy, a much needed spark in government attention has been actioned in recent years.
Urban Creation hosts two serviced apartments Beech House and Alison Court, both based in Clifton, Bristol. Their stylish, boutique apartments are perfect for both busy professionals and for those wanting to visit the city. To find out more about both of these properties, please visit www.ucservicedapartments.com.