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sustainable development in iberostar playa paraiso

At the Iberostar Hotels & Resorts Group, they are aware that to become a leader in responsible tourism, they need to contribute to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals proposed by the United Nations.

In Green Garden Corp. we collaborate with the composting initiative of the "Wave of Change" movement, with objectives such as: reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, reducing the amount of garbage in landfills and providing nutrients to the earth.

Through this movement, the use of plastics is minimized to prevent their accumulation in the seas, the responsible consumption of fish and shellfish is encouraged, alliances are made with the scientific community and other actions are implemented to promote coastal health.

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At Iberostar Playa Paraíso they assure that "it is essential to adopt a regenerative and restorative economy in all operations to ensure the health of the oceans around the world and to improve the resilience of the company."

Their goal is to reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill by 100% in reference to the year 2021. To do this, one of the actions being taken is the implementation of a composting program, in line with the European Strategy on a circular economy. Through composting, we can reuse organic waste (gardening and food) to use them as biofertilizers, without creating waste.

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 Proceso de compostaje en Iberostar Playa Paraíso 

At Green Garden Corp. we collaborate in the composting process, with our client Iberostar in the Playa Paraíso complex, Riviera Maya in Mexico, with organic garden waste and with leftover food from restaurants and kitchens of the 3 hotels in the complex. The final result of the composting is used to incorporate the gardens and in the production of plants in the nursery. Thus, we contribute to the improvement of green areas through waste recycling and reuse processes, avoiding its hauling to landfill.


1. Fluxá Rosselló, M. (n.d.). Grupo Iberostar. Memoria de sostenibilidad. Retrieved September 5, 2022, from

2. United Nations. (n.d.). Océanos - Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS). Naciones Unidas. Retrieved September 5, 2022, from

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