PrintPlast Joins the Global Sustainable Tourism Council to Foster Sustainable Hospitality Practices

We are excited to share that PrintPlast, your trusted provider for hotel key cards, has recently joined the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC). This decision reflects our ongoing commitment to sustainability and our dedication to aiding the hospitality industry in its transition towards greener operations.

The GSTC is a globally acclaimed body that establishes and maintains global standards for sustainable travel and tourism. The GSTC Criteria, designed around four key pillars: sustainable management, socioeconomic impacts, cultural impacts, and environmental impacts, serve as a universal language for sustainability in tourism. These criteria are flexible and adaptable, accounting for the unique culture, environment, customs, and laws of each destination.

Aligned with the GSTC’s Industry Criteria, PrintPlast is steadfast in its mission to provide eco-friendly hotel key card solutions. These cards, crafted from renewable and biodegradable materials, substantially reduce reliance on non-renewable resources. This not only supports the pillar of environmental impact but also contributes to sustainable resource management.

Becoming a GSTC member marks a significant milestone in our sustainability journey and brings us one step closer to our vision of marrying convenience with environmental responsibility. Our goal is to collaborate closely with hotels, enabling them to make environmentally friendly choices when it comes to their key card requirements.

At PrintPlast, we are firm believers in shared responsibility when it comes to sustainability. Each small step we take contributes to the broader goal of a more sustainable future. By choosing our eco-friendly key card solutions, hotels can make a significant positive impact and align their operations with global sustainability standards.

Stay tuned for more updates as we continue our journey towards sustainability in the hospitality industry.

Global Sustainable Tourism Council