Scandic climbs in the Sustainable Brand Index – ranked higher in all countries
The results of this year’s Sustainable Brand Index have now been announced and Scandic has continued to climb closer to the top in all countries in the Nordic region. In Sweden, it was the number one hotel for the ninth year in a row, ranking 18 out of 355 brands.
Scandic ranked among best hospitality industry companies in CDP Climate Change Report 2018
Scandic Hotels, the largest hotel company in the Nordic countries, has been rewarded once again for its long-term and focused work to reduce its environmental impact. In the recently-published CDP Climate Change Report 2018, Scandic was ranked at the A- level, which means that it is among the very best companies within the hospitality industry worldwide.
Scandic bans cage eggs at its hotels
Scandic Hotels, the leading hotel company in the Nordic countries, has decided to stop using eggs from caged hens. Each year, Scandic serves between 11.5 and 13 million eggs* at its hotels, with the majority already from free-range hens, and from September 2018, the hotel will begin to gradually phase out eggs from caged hens in all products.
Scandic Hotels to stop using plastic straws and cocktail sticks
Scandic Hotels, the leading Nordic hotel company, has decided to stop using plastic straws and cocktail sticks in all of its hotels to help reducing the harmful impact these products have on the environment.
Scandic Hotels to open hotel in the fast-growing market of Voss, Norway
Scandic Hotels, the leading Nordic hotel company, has signed a long lease agreement with Bane NOR Eiendom to operate a new hotel in Voss, one of Norway’s most popular holiday destinations. Scandic Voss will be a centrally-located hotel with excellent meeting facilities and the first hotel in the town to be operated by a large hotel company.
Scandic Berlin Kurfürstendamm awarded Green Globe certificate – third Scandic hotel in Germany to be recognized for excellence in sustainability
Scandic Berlin Kurfürstendamm has been awarded with the Green Globe certificate for its sustainability initiatives, bringing the number of Scandic hotels in Germany with the designation to three.
Scandic’s sustainability work to inspire Japanese business leaders
Scandic’s Sustainability Manager Inger Mattsson has been asked by The Natural Step to speak at two seminars in Japan from October 15 to 16. Scandic has been invited to present its successful work in the area of sustainability.
Scandic sponsor of Wisdom Stockholm conference
On October 6 and 7, Oscarsteatern will host the Wisdom Stockholm conference, an event where mindfulness, compassion and awareness meet leadership, entrepreneurship and enterprise. Scandic Hotels is one of the main sponsors of the conference as part of the company’s active work to promote a sustainable and healthy working life.
Scandic nominated for European Diversity Awards
Nordic hotel chain Scandic’s Accessibility Director, Magnus Berglund, has been shortlisted for the European Diversity Awards in the category “Hero of the year”. The awards ceremony takes place in London on 2 October.
The hotel chain Scandic nominated for prestigious German Sustainability Award
Scandic is one of three nominees for the internationally recognised German Sustainability Award “Deutscher Nachhaltigkeitspreis.” Scandic is also the first hotel chain ever to be nominated. The award, which goes to people, cities and companies that promote the idea of a sustainable society, received 800 submissions this year.
Scandic reduces its environmental impact - Sustainability report – first half of 2013
The report for 2013 shows a continued reduction in the areas of water, energy and waste. During the first half of 2013, Scandic’s energy consumption fell by 0.42%, water consumption was down 3.26% and unsorted waste was 10.17% less, compared with the same period last year. Emissions of carbon dioxide have, however, risen by 4.71%.
Scandic restaurants to stop using palm oil
For environmental reasons, Scandic has decided to discontinue the use of palm oil and replace it with rapeseed and sunflower seed oil. The hotel chain’s 160 restaurants use around 75 cubic metres of oil in deep-frying every year. Palm oil is grown in areas which were previously covered by tropical rain forests – forests which are regarded as the most diverse eco systems in the world.