Guide to sustainable hospitality businesses published

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A free publication from Belu and The Sustainable Restaurant Association is available, designed to help small hospitality businesses become more sustainable.

The Small Business Guide to Sustainability is aimed at small restaurants, cafés, bars, hotels and other F&B businesses, covering everything from smart meters and energy audits to eliminating food waste.

It includes case studies of business that have successfully integrated sustainability into every facet of their operations, such as The Bull Inn, The PIG and Pythouse Kitchen Garden.

Jan Roberts, Director of Commercial & Customer Relationships at Belu, said,

We’re always so inspired and invigorated by the many sustainability champions among our hospitality customers, from restaurants and bars to cafés and diners – businesses of all sizes – in the UK and in Hong Kong. We see their commitment to environmental responsibility not only drive their success, but also create a ripple effect of positive change in their communities. We love being able to celebrate and share their stories in this guide, which we hope will inspire others to adopt a more sustainable approach.

Managing Director of The Sustainable Restaurant Association, Juliane Caillouette Noble, said,

As part of our mission to support the hospitality industry on the road to a more sustainable future, The SRA is committed to providing practical resources that solve real-world problems for F&B businesses. We are very proud to launch this Small Business Guide to Sustainability, and hope that it’s a useful tool for smaller organisations who are eager to operate in a more planet-friendly way, but might not know where to get started.

The Small Business Guide to Sustainability is available now at the Belu website and is free to download now.