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Canberra hotel rated for sustainability

April 29, 2015 3:51 pm Category: Australia & New Zealand, Design, Latest News, Sustainability, Uncategorized A+ / A-
Abode Hotel Woden is one of Australia's most sustainable hotels

Abode Hotel Woden is one of Australia’s most sustainable hotels

Abode Hotel Woden in Australia’s capital, Canberra has received a 4.5 star rating from NABERS, a government environmental assessment organisation.

Using a six star rating system, NABERS judged the Abode Hotel Woden for their environmental and sustainable actions in the property’s day to day actions, as well as the hotels retrofit from its previous life as an office building.

Nick Georgalis, Abode Hotels managing director said in City News, “We are very committed to the highest environmental and sustainability outcomes in everything we do. We are proud to be judged the greenest hotel in Australia and will build on the achievement going forward.”

Tom Grosskopf from the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage welcomed the hotel’s sustainability approach in the report.

“Abode Woden is the most energy efficient hotel certified in Australia in the past 12 months and their 4.5 star NABERS Energy rating makes them a sustainability leader in the hospitality sector and demonstrates how NABERS is improving the environmental performance of Australian cities,“ Tom said.

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