The Global Hygiene Revolution.
|The Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel|
That’s why we joined with Sands China Ltd. to serve the hospitality industry in Macao and Hong Kong. This is the first presence in Asia for Clean the World. The Cotai Strip Resort and Sands Macao are key sponsors for this vital environmental and lifesaving initiative by participating with 10,000 guest rooms across their properties.
Mark McWhinnie is the Senior Vice President of Operations at The Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel and Sands Cotai Central. This is what Mark said in a press release distributed in China: “With the vast number of hotel rooms in Macao and Hong Kong, there is an enormous opportunity for the hospitality industry to recycle soap that will help people in our region and around the world. Clean the World provides soap in countries where there is a high incidence of death from hygiene-related illnesses. They also have programs to support our local charities, as well as disaster relief response for major weather events such as earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, and typhoons.”
It’s so great to have Sands China as a key supporter in Asia. The company’s support allows us to establish a presence in the region and support environmental and hygiene initiatives in Hong Kong and Macao. At Clean the World’s new soap cleansing and recycling facility in Hong Kong, we expect to collect and recycle 100 metric tons of soap in the first year.
Clean the World Company, Ltd. runs the Macao operations, while Clean the World, Ltd. operates in Hong Kong. Together they are known as “Clean the World – Asia, ” and are led by Shailesh Adhav, who is the Managing Director, Clean the World – Asia.