Blue Horizons Receives Green Globe Certification

The 32-room Blue Horizons Garden Resort in Grenada has achieved a Green Globe Benchmark Certificate under the new Green Globe Certification program, which recognizes the property's commitment to operating at the world's highest environmental standard. Achieving this distinction means Blue Horizons Garden Resort can now proceed to the next step—securing the coveted Green Globe Certification. The resort first obtained the Green Globe Benchmark distinction in 2004 but it expired during the time the property was closed (as a result of Hurricane Ivan). During the $1.5 million renovation project that ensued, Blue Horizons made sure to keep environmentally conscious operating procedures in mind because attaining Green Globe Certification upon completion of the project was a definitive goal. Visit Blue Horizons at [www.grenadabluehorizons.com].

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