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Sustainability

Behind the “Back to nature” concept, Silavadee Pool Spa Resort is continually developing new environmental initiatives and procedures to minimize the ecological impact.

Committed to reduce the environmental impact and carbon footprint, Silavadee has set up a Green Team to implement various guidelines. The We [C] are project is one of the latest initiatives and stands for: Caring for the local community, caring for our guests and associates and being responsible which includes:

Energy-saving, waste water management, wellbeing practices and circular economy practice with our own garden usage, plastic-use reduction and achieving new goals to reduce the environmental impact, all combined with our promise to deliver award-winning hospitality on Samui Island.

Save The World Climate and Sea Turtles

Our Resort was built with nature in mind and incorporates nature in all aspects since the opening in 2008. We aim to inspire our associates, guests and business partners to reduce, reuse and recycle and respect our nature and our wonderful surroundings.
  • Reducing the use of hazardous substances
  • Waste management
  • Managing energy consumption
  • Conserving water
  • Installing energy lighting throughout the hotel
  • Recycling stations, separating trash from plastic and paper
  • Recycling computer hardware including, monitors, hard drives, keyboards, printers and batteries
  • Recycling trash from guest rooms and other public areas of the hotel
  • Using locally grown products
  • Recycling paper, aluminum, glass, toner cartridges and other consumable products
  • Recycling organic kitchen waste and composting it into soil
  • Growing our own products
  • Saving endangered animals like the Green Sea turtle
  • Target to be Single use plastic free by end of 2019
  • Plastic Straw free since December 2018

Silavadee organizes its own annual turtle release which is part of the engagement in the local environmental conservation as Silavadee’s beach is the natural breeding ground for an endangered turtle species.

The story began on the 13th April 2012, when one of recreation employees discovered what looked like turtle tracks on the beach. Investigating, he came to the end of the tracks and discovered that a turtle had came and laid some eggs. The General Manager was notified and coordinated with the Fisheries Department of Surat Thani province. They urgently visited the beach and collected 87 eggs to incubate at Samui Aquarium.

Following these several finds, the Marine and Coastal Resources Research Center (MCRRC) was informed and came to inspect the beach. With estimated calculations they were able to roughly advise when the next nesting should be. On 26th May a team from Silavadee and MCRRC camped out on the beach and were able to witness a mummy Hawksbill turtle slowly make her way up the beach search for a good location, carefully dig a hole and lay 147 golfball sized eggs.

Due to the natural life cycle of sea turtles they only nest every second year and normally at the same beach. Therefore Silavadee is looking forward to the turtles coming back to nest on the secret beach again.

WE (C) ARE PROJECT

WE (C) ARE PROJECT

Every year 1.8 trillion tons of plastic flow into the world’s ocean. Silavadee was one of the first resorts on Samui to eliminate plastic straws.

Silavadee’s WE [C] ARE mission stands for caring about the environment we live in. 

“We Care” about our nature, our employees and our local surroundings.

“We Are” considerate about our actions and our business as a Thai owned resort. We:

C – Consider alternatives that are less harmful
A – Appreciate our environment
R – Respect nature and the animals surrounding our resort
E – Encourage supplier and employees to follow us on a greener Journey.

Join us in CARING about our beautiful nature to maintain this harmony with our environment for generations to come.

Silavadee has developed our own green policy to protect, conserve and promote the natural environment.

LOCAL COMMUNITY

One of Silavadee core values is the support and engagement with the local community. Silavadee supports artisanal cooperatives, education and local job creation.

Silavadee supports the local community by purchasing as many local goods as possible. The signature turndown amenity for example is made by several individual local, small businesses.

Silavadee also supports a school here in Lamai where young kids with special needs are educated. Several CSR activities with a Special Needs school in Bangrak are conducted every year.

Silavadee embraces the charm, skills and knowledge of Samui’s local community and employs as many local, skilled team members as possible.

A three month internship in Service, Kitchen and Housekeeping for young students in cooperation with the BBVC (Bhavana Bodhigun Vocational College) which provides professional trai

SILAVADEE FARM

Located around 30 minutes from Silavadee Pool Spa Resort, Silavadee Farm offers the chance to experience a unique world of local plants, flowers, vegetables, fruits such as melon and animals such as chickens, ducks and goats. You can enjoy the discovery and refreshments here.

Silavadee recently expanded its very own farm. Not only are flowers like Orchids regrown that are used in guest rooms for decoration but also trees which are planted around the resort.

In addition now vegetables and herbs, beans, tomatoes, pumpkin, salads and many more are also to be found at the Silavadee Farm, to be used in the restaurant and employee canteen.

Silavadee Farm also takes a further step in the integration with the idea of “circular economy” and it becomes the latest sustainable initiative in our missions to minimize the resort’s environmental footprint. The food wastes from the hotel have been converted into fertilizers for the garden and trees, leading to the reduction of carbon footprint, reuse and recycling of the resources.

In 2012, we achieved the Certificate of Participation of Green Partner.

In 2020, we achieved Gold Certificate from Green Hotel Awards.

We are proud of our commitment to grow our business in a sustainable way that delivers long-term value for our guests, employees and our community, and we’re passionate about using the impact of hospitality to be a force for good.

GREEN POLICY

Silavadee Pool Spa Resort Koh Samui is aware of the need to promote environmental sustainability and has developed its policy to protect, conserve and promote the natural environment.

Guests’ Opportunity to Contribute

Partner with us to help save the earth. Guests can do their bit by reusing bed linen and towels to save water, energy, labor and chemical use in washing cycles

Our Commitment

Energy

  • Electrical system in guest rooms controlled by keycard
  • Engineering clean air supply ducts and return grill at least every 6 months
  • Refrigerators in guest rooms set to an optimum temperature
  • Installation of voltage regulator and demand controller for saving energy
  • Target setting for reducing electricity expenditure
  • Timer set-up for lighting and other electrical systems in certain areas
  • All lighting lowered during the night and during daylight hours
  • Monthly cleaning of lighting system
  • Lights and fridges in all guest rooms that have no guests to be turned off
  • Service time of some service sections, such as laundry, swimming pool, etc managed and re-scheduled to reduce consumption
  • Energy-saving measures implemented for the back of the house areas

Water

  • Water turned off and jacuzzi switched off when not in use
  • Reduction of water consumption for cleaning bathrooms and other areas
  • Regular review of leak checking procedure
  • Use of water-saving system at faucet in guest rooms and public areas
  • Dishwashers run with full loads only
  • Employees to avoid leaving water tap running, while washing food
  • Installation of additional water and electrical meters, for consumption measurement by section (e.g. laundry water meter)
  • Daily record of water consumption (daily controls)
  • Selection of garden plants with moderate water needs
  • Gardens are watered in the mornings and evenings only to prevent unnecessary evaporation at the hottest times of day

Waste Management

  • Wastewater (shower water, water used for cleaning, toilet water, swimming pool and pond water etc.) to undergo wastewater treatment before it is discharged to the environment
  • Use of microorganisms (bacteria) for waste water treatment system
  • All garbage properly sorted and separated: wet, dry, glass, plastics dangerous/poison (detergent, chemicals etc)
  • Associates motivated not to waste glass bottles to increase bottle account for recycling
  • Fallen leaves and Food is used as fertilizer

Environmental Quality

  • Hotel built with many open-air areas (corridors, lobby, dining area) reduces need for air-con and provides fresh air flow with more green areas
  • Control system for chemical use
  • Use of eco-friendly cleaning products and eco-friendly chemical products only (certified)
  • Use of washing-up liquid, floor cleaners and fertilizers made from natural, biodegradable ingredients
  • Use of fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers with no chemical substances
  • No chemical substances used for cultivation of trees and flowers on the property
  • Separating and selling bottles, paper, cardboard and vegetable oil to recycling companies
  • Re-use of flowers wherever possible
  • All paper systematically reused and recycled
  • Aluminum, plastic and cardboard are recycled
  • Buying and providing products and services, which have a minimal impact on environment – purchasing local and seasonal products to reduce transportation requirements and its impact on the environment
  • Use of paper or natural products for decoration
  • Request for cooperation from supplier to use other types of containers instead of plastic bags, or re-use plastic bags and avoid foam containers
  • Creating activities and encouraging the community, guests and employees to help preserve and protect the environment
  • Annual donation of food and gifts to underprivileged children on hotel anniversaries and other occasions
  • Weekly cleaning day
  • Blood donation
  • Support of events of other community/aid driven organizations
  • Regular cleaning of beaches or roads in front of the property
  • Employees use recycled paper and envelops
  • Employees use energy saving Lamps
  • Employees to optimize the use of computers and emails to reduce paper use
  • Actively supporting all green programs and setting a good example
  • Employees avoid printing and copying
  • Employees encouraged to keep all windows and doors closed when air-conditioners are operating
  • Employees to turn off air-conditioning, lights and equipment, when they are not in the office
  • Computer screens turned off after work and during lunchtime
  • Employees are trained for energy awareness (e.g. switching off lights/computers, water consumption, air-conditioners, appliances etc.)
  • A training program in place to educate employees about environmentally friendly projects
  • Information for employees to help promote awareness and implementation of energy- saving and environmental responsibility
Environmental Quality
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  • Hotel built with many open-air areas (corridors, lobby, dining area) reduces need for air-con and provides fresh air flow with more green areas
  • Control system for chemical use
  • Use of eco-friendly cleaning products and eco-friendly chemical products only (certified)
  • Use of washing-up liquid, floor cleaners and fertilizers made from natural, biodegradable ingredients
  • Use of fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers with no chemical substances
  • No chemical substances used for cultivation of trees and flowers on the property
  • Separating and selling bottles, paper, cardboard and vegetable oil to recycling companies
  • Re-use of flowers wherever possible
  • All paper systematically reused and recycled
  • Aluminum, plastic and cardboard are recycled
  • Buying and providing products and services, which have a minimal impact on environment – purchasing local and seasonal products to reduce transportation requirements and its impact on the environment
  • Use of paper or natural products for decoration
  • Request for cooperation from supplier to use other types of containers instead of plastic bags, or re-use plastic bags and avoid foam containers
  • Creating activities and encouraging the community, guests and employees to help preserve and protect the environment
  • Annual donation of food and gifts to underprivileged children on hotel anniversaries and other occasions
  • Weekly cleaning day
  • Blood donation
  • Support of events of other community/aid driven organizations
  • Regular cleaning of beaches or roads in front of the property
  • Employees use recycled paper and envelops
  • Employees use energy saving Lamps
  • Employees to optimize the use of computers and emails to reduce paper use
  • Actively supporting all green programs and setting a good example
  • Employees avoid printing and copying
  • Employees encouraged to keep all windows and doors closed when air-conditioners are operating
  • Employees to turn off air-conditioning, lights and equipment, when they are not in the office
  • Computer screens turned off after work and during lunchtime
  • Employees are trained for energy awareness (e.g. switching off lights/computers, water consumption, air-conditioners, appliances etc.)
  • A training program in place to educate employees about environmentally friendly projects
  • Information for employees to help promote awareness and implementation of energy- saving and environmental responsibility
Energy
Read More
  • Electrical system in guest rooms controlled by keycard
  • Engineering clean air supply ducts and return grill at least every 6 months
  • Refrigerators in guest rooms set to an optimum temperature
  • Installation of voltage regulator and demand controller for saving energy
  • Target setting for reducing electricity expenditure
  • Timer set-up for lighting and other electrical systems in certain areas
  • All lighting lowered during the night and during daylight hours
  • Monthly cleaning of lighting system
  • Lights and fridges in all guest rooms that have no guests to be turned off
  • Service time of some service sections, such as laundry, swimming pool, etc managed and re-scheduled to reduce consumption
  • Energy-saving measures implemented for the back of the house areas
Water
Read More
  • Water turned off and jacuzzi switched off when not in use
  • Reduction of water consumption for cleaning bathrooms and other areas
  • Regular review of leak checking procedure
  • Use of water-saving system at faucet in guest rooms and public areas
  • Dishwashers run with full loads only
  • Employees to avoid leaving water tap running, while washing food
  • Installation of additional water and electrical meters, for consumption measurement by section (e.g. laundry water meter)
  • Daily record of water consumption (daily controls)
  • Selection of garden plants with moderate water needs
  • Gardens are watered in the mornings and evenings only to prevent unnecessary evaporation at the hottest times of day
Waste Management
Read More
  • Wastewater (shower water, water used for cleaning, toilet water, swimming pool and pond water etc.) to undergo wastewater treatment before it is discharged to the environment
  • Use of microorganisms (bacteria) for waste water treatment system
  • All garbage properly sorted and separated: wet, dry, glass, plastics dangerous/poison (detergent, chemicals etc)
  • Associates motivated not to waste glass bottles to increase bottle account for recycling
  • Fallen leaves and Food is used as fertilizer
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