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CEO explains why Marriott is eliminating mini toiletries

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Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson explains his decision to to replace travel-sized tubes of shampoo, conditioner and bath gel with larger bottles in an attempt to reduce plastic waste. The world's largest hotel chain said the switch is part of a larger test that it implemented in some of its North American hotels last year. The change will affect roughly 500,000 guest rooms and will be made at most of its 7,000 hotels around the world by December 2020. Marriott owns several popular brands, including Courtyard, Ritz-Carlton, W Hotels and Sheraton. #Marriott #CNNBusiness
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David Brown (1 month ago)
Click bait. I thought it was about mini toilets.
pat the trucker (1 month ago)
Oh good now they can lower their high as prices. I use motel 6 for 50 bucks.
Cyph3r _ (1 month ago)
They could use natural wrapping substitutes.
Felipe Cabrera (1 month ago)
Wasn’t that the guy caught with meth and sex toys in Central Park?
Cliff Smith (1 month ago)
They damn sure not doing it for the environment....only for their bottom line smh
Oisin Quinn (1 month ago)
If their bottom line is effected by how environmental they are you complaining is useless.
Becoming Vincent (1 month ago)
for their image I would say