Stakeholder Engagement

Over the years, we have developed strong relationships with our suppliers, team members, communities, guests, and other organizations. These collaborations allow us to address our common environmental needs and make our program stronger.

SOURCING WATER AND ENERGY SMART TOWELS
We introduced a new line of luxury ecoconscious towels that save thousands of gallons of water, use significantly less energy and fewer chemicals to launder with our supplier, Standard Textile.
STAKEHOLDER: Suppliers
SERVING COMMUNITIES IN NEED
In an ongoing partnership with Clean the World, our team members packaged 35,000 hygiene kits to provide those in need with shampoos, soaps, and toothbrushes. The kits divert unused hotel room amenities away from landfill, and support sanitation and disaster relief efforts around the world.
STAKEHOLDERS: Communities and Team Members
Raising eco-awareness of Macao’s students
We invite students from Macao’s universities to visit our properties as part of Green Future Macau, a local sustainability association. Students were given a tour of chiller plants, recycling dock, food waste digester, housekeeping corridor and a guest suite to get a holistic view on how Sands ECO360 is implemented in our properties.
STAKEHOLDER: Academic Institutions
Reducing food waste in our kitchens
Thoughtful meal planning, diligent team member training, creative low and zero-waste recipes, and useful equipment such as blast chillers are enabling us to minimize food waste in our kitchens. Testing of new tracking and measurement technologies uncovers further waste reduction opportunities.
STAKEHOLDER: chefs
Providing guests with non-plastic alternatives
Our guests understand how single-use plastics can slip through the recycling process and make their way into our ecosystems. At Sands China, we eliminated 2.2 million plastic straws and are expanding our efforts to reduce water bottles on the casino floor and find plastic-free alternatives for our hotel rooms.
STAKEHOLDER: Guests
Building relationships with water organizations
We met with water authorities to deepen our understanding of local water-related challenges and opportunities. This newfound knowledge will improve our conservation, resiliency, and water stewardship programs.
STAKEHOLDERS: Government and Utilities
Green Monday and green cuisine
Collaboration with local social enterprise, Green Monday, we have launched a program to promote meat-free options to our team members in canteens. Each Monday, a full menu of healthy vegetable-based options are provided to more than 26,000 team members. Not only this, but we now offer vegetarian friendly options at 14 restaurants across our properties.
STAKEHOLDERS: Clients, Guests and Team Members
SOURCING WATER AND ENERGY SMART TOWELS
We introduced a new line of luxury ecoconscious towels that save thousands of gallons of water, use significantly less energy and fewer chemicals to launder with our supplier, Standard Textile.
STAKEHOLDER: Suppliers
SERVING COMMUNITIES IN NEED
In an ongoing partnership with Clean the World, our team members packaged 35,000 hygiene kits to provide those in need with shampoos, soaps, and toothbrushes. The kits divert unused hotel room amenities away from landfill, and support sanitation and disaster relief efforts around the world.
STAKEHOLDERS: Communities and Team Members
Raising eco-awareness of Macao’s students
We invite students from Macao’s universities to visit our properties as part of Green Future Macau, a local sustainability association. Students were given a tour of chiller plants, recycling dock, food waste digester, housekeeping corridor and a guest suite to get a holistic view on how Sands ECO360 is implemented in our properties.
STAKEHOLDER: academic institutions
Reducing food waste in our kitchens
Thoughtful meal planning, diligent team member training, creative low and zero-waste recipes, and useful equipment such as blast chillers are enabling us to minimize food waste in our kitchens. Testing of new tracking and measurement technologies uncovers further waste reduction opportunities.
STAKEHOLDER: chefs
Providing guests with non-plastic alternatives
Our guests understand how single-use plastics can slip through the recycling process and make their way into our ecosystems. At Sands China, we eliminated 2.2 million plastic straws and are expanding our efforts to reduce water bottles on the casino floor and find plastic-free alternatives for our hotel rooms.
STAKEHOLDER: Guests
Building relationships with water organizations
We met with water authorities to deepen our understanding of local water-related challenges and opportunities. This newfound knowledge will improve our conservation, resiliency, and water stewardship programs.
STAKEHOLDERS: Government and Utilities
Green Monday and green cuisine
Collaboration with local social enterprise, Green Monday, we have launched a program to promote meat-free options to our team members in canteens. Each Monday, a full menu of healthy vegetable-based options are provided to more than 26,000 team members. Not only this, but we now offer vegetarian friendly options at 14 restaurants across our properties.
STAKEHOLDERS: Clients, Guests and Team Members