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Green Globe

The five-star Kazan Palace by TASIGO hotel became the first hotel in Russia to receive the Green Globe International Standard certification.

The Green Globe is the leading international certification program on sustainable tourism, with a focus on natural resources conservation, positive contribution to local communities and environmental protection. Based on the results of an independent audit, the certificate is awarded to those organizations in the tourism sector that are constantly working to increase their ecological and social efficiency.

Kazan Palace by TASIGO takes responsibility to respect the environment, protect the natural and human resources and adhere to a policy of sustainable development. Every day, the hotel takes practical steps to reduce its environmental impact, not giving up on the comfort of its guests, but on the contrary — improving the quality of the services it provides.

The hotel has achieved the following sustainable development goals:
  • Kazan Palace uses a special energy-saving system that saves up to 44% of electricity;
  • The hotel has an innovative plumbing system that significantly reduces water use;
  • At least 95% of the lighting armatures (external and internal) use LED lamps and automatically controlled;
  • All windows installed in the guest rooms have low-emissions glass and a high level of isolation;
  • At least 90% of TVs have power consumption in off mode — no more than 0,01 W, in standby mode — no more than 0,5 W;
  • At least 90% of minibars have a power consumption level of no more than 0,6 kW/day;
  • The special promotion Green Room Rater was implemented to propose the client to decline housekeeping services and get a 15% discount on accommodation;
  • At the moment, the hotel is reducing waste production and paying great attention to waste sorting.
The hotel takes an active part in various community programs:
Cooperation with animal shelters «Dog Help» (@doghelpkazan) and volunteers (@admiral_dogs) to save cats and dogs from all the suffering and death that their overpopulation causes are to spay and neuter them.
The Ronald McDonald House in Kazan organized a meeting of Leonid Samokhotin, who was undergoing treatment at the Regional Children's Clinical Hospital (the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Tatarstan), with Ilya Frolov, Executive Chef of Kazan Palace by Tasigo. For the first time Leonid visited the restaurant's kitchen, tried himself as a chef, put together his own burger and presented the dish to his family.
Charity event of the organization «CHILDREN» in the format of a drawing master class for adults with the participation of Galina Aleksandrovna. The collected money was used for treatment Meeting of the community of Champions, the motivational community of the Center for Hippotherapy of the BOO RT «Children», within the framework of which a meeting with the founder of the «taxi service from the ramps in Kazan» took place.
Tasigo Hotels encourages its employees to engage in philanthropy, supporting orphanages, helping stray animals, and working for a better environment by motivating guests, supporters and partners to make positive changes.
The hotel takes an active part in various community programs:
This time, making conscious and sustainable environmental choices is more on our minds than ever. Kazan Palace by TASIGO takes responsibility to respect the environment, protect the natural and human resources and adhere to a policy of sustainable development.
Kazan Palace Cares!
The certification standards relate to other global sustainability certification programs and are based on internationally recognized criteria developed over the 29 years of the Green Globe program.

Among the main criteria are the following:
  • Actions aimed at economic and social development
  • Efficient water and energy resources management
  • Air quality protection and noise control
  • Biodiversity protection
  • Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions
  • Staff training and increasing awareness on resource conservation issues
  • Preservation and demonstration of local cultural heritage
  • Social politics