Food composting for the sustainable hotel industry

Renaldo, Fajar Nugraha Susilo and Christian, Bagus Satria and Dewa, Ayu Kade Marchia Dewi and Andreas, James Darmawan (2023) Food composting for the sustainable hotel industry. In: Proceeding Book The International Hospitality Entrepreneurship and Innovation Conference.

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The hospitality industry is making its comeback after the COVID-19 pandemic. This return has brought new trends to the sector. Nowadays, tourists demand that hotels be more eco-friendly or “greener”, along with Indonesia’s own commitments to meeting Sustainable Development Goals (SDG 12), and putting Indonesia’s own circular economy concept into practice. With this demand for eco-friendliness, the sector must keep sustainability and environmental responsibilities in mind. The purpose of this research is to introduce the Balinese concept of teba, a place traditionally reserved behind a home to process food waste into fertilizer or compost. Whether this can be a suitable method of food waste disposal for the hospitality industry. The data analysis technique used a mock up derived from a literature study. The result of this study is that the hospitality industry can meet Sustainable Development Goals (SDG 12) by applying this circular economy concept to its operations.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Food composting, Sustainability, Hospitality, Circular economi
Subjects: Economics and Business
Agriculture & Food > Food Technology
Depositing User: - Annisa -
Date Deposited: 16 Nov 2023 03:38
Last Modified: 16 Nov 2023 03:38

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