Grand Hyatt Mumbai Hotel and Residences, with a vast operation of over 2787 sqm of banquets, seven food and beverage restaurants and more than an inventory of 600 rooms, suites and residences, the hotel with its newly installed water bottling plant is in support of the government’s Go Green initiatives.

Blending characteristics of responsible tourism and ecotourism, the hotel is the latest to install an automated sustainable drinking water bottling plant at the property, with the assistance of Boon. The hotel takes pride in supporting sustainable tourism and reducing its carbon footprint by using biodegradable materials. The program works on the circular economy principle, where an automated in-house system washes, sterilises and fills glass bottles, thereby not only cutting down on plastic waste but also eliminating carbon emissions involved in transporting the bottles to the hotel from a plant. With the new bottling system, able to process 500 litres of water per hour, our guests will be treated to safe packaged drinking water.

“At Hyatt, our purpose is to care for people so they can be their best. And being located in one of the largest economies in India, the Grand Hyatt Mumbai Hotel and Residences with its international presence is adapting sustainable practices that not only support the communities and ecosystems, but provide economic value for the hotel. As a global practice of eradicating single-use plastic from across our operations, and the travellers increasing demand for implementation of eco-friendly practices, the newly installed water bottling plant will be another step towards showcasing our efforts of going green and offering meaningful experiences.” said Dietmar Kielnhofer, General Manager Grand Hyatt Mumbai and Area Vice President – West India.