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Timbó Park Hotel Sustainability Policy

Timbó Park Hotel Sustainability Policy
We have always had a very close relationship with nature, and this care extends, above all, to people who live in this environment. Thus, through the High Management and its employees, we project the commitment of a quality service and a welcoming, after all we are a family hotel for the family.
Our mantra is to offer the guest the encounter with well-being and balance, taking daily care to provide satisfaction of customers, partners and employees, through continuous improvement in the quality of their services and products.
In addition, we at the Hotel Timbó Park use the Sustainable Tourism Principles as the driving force of the actions, namely:
  • Respect current legislation;
  • Guarantee the rights of local populations;
  • Conserve the natural environment and its biodiversity;
  • Consider cultural heritage and local values;
  • Stimulate the social and economic development of tourist destinations;
  • Ensure the quality of products, processes and attitudes;
  • Establish responsible planning and management.
Social and community actions:
  • Provides space for cultural, educational and environmental events;
  • Encourages local entrepreneurship with exhibition of handcrafted products and services;
  • Citizen Company, Monthly Donor to Funds for Rotary Foundation Humanitarian Projects in Brazil;
  • Contributes to the NGO Projeto Luz, through the donation of shampoos and soaps;
  • Book Sponsor The Dragon Baby, written by Thor Guenther, autistic spectrum child;
  • Training in Safe Eating Program;
  • Agreement with SIHORBS for various employee benefits;
  • Agreement with Uniasselvi providing educational development through internship in tourism, hospitality and gastronomy;
  • Agreement with Uniasselvi allowing discounts for university education to employees;
  • Acting in several professional associations to promote regional tourism.
Care for the environment:
  • Use of plates to reduce electricity consumption;
  • Correct sorting and disposal of recycled waste and cooking oil;
  • Intelligent flow dishwashing machines for dosing water, detergent and drying agent;
  • Amenities with biodegradable materials;
  • Led lamps;
  • Solar water heating and pellet;
  • Reuse of papers;
  • Presence sensors in corridors;
  • Power control switch in the UH's;
  • Use of biodegradable cleaning products;
  • Use of biodegradable amenities;
  • Optimization of natural lighting;
  • Timed taps in common areas;
  • Transport and proper disposal of hazardous waste;
  • Preventive maintenance program, recycling of waste and expenses.