The Travel Corporation
The Travel Corporation commits to eliminate all avoidable single-use plastics by 2022 On June 6, World Environment Day, The Travel Corporation’s (TTC) family of brands announced that over the next five years it will phase out all avoidable single-use plastics from its travel and tourism companies with its “Multi-Year Plastics Elimination Strategy.”
The announcement comes as TTC, under the guidance of their not-for-profit TreadRight Foundation, officially instituted an immediate ban of more than 60 types of single-use plastic items such as straws, stir sticks, water bottles, plastic bags, and cutlery from its 40 global offices.
“We are absolutely committed to doing our part to eliminate avoidable plastic waste and making a positive impact in the communities that we live in and visit,” says Brett Tollman, Chief Executive, TTC and Co-Founder of The TreadRight Foundation.
“As a group with offices in more than 15 countries and operating in 70 countries around the world, we recognize the need to do our part to ensure that we do not further contribute to this planetary crisis. We are also encouraging our more than 10,000 team members to join us in this fight by reducing the use and consumption of products contained or served in plastic in their daily lives as well. We hope this sets a meaningful example to other businesses to join the movement in working to stop the scourge of plastics on a global scale.”
You can read about TreadRight Foundation here.