Clean the World’s New Impact Dashboard Helps Hospitality Customers Report on Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability


Clean the World champions the hospitality industry’s sustainability and social impact goals with the addition of the new Impact Dashboard

ORLANDO, Florida., September 13, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Clean the World, a global leader in water, sanitation, hygiene and sustainability, has added a new impact dashboard to its client portal that introduces advanced filtering options so partners participating in the hotel recycling program can get a detailed view of their social and environmental impact over time. Using this new functionality, partners can establish internal Sustainable Development Goals, track progress and report their contributions to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) transparently to their key stakeholders, all from the existing customer portal. Clean the World provides robust reporting that has enabled in-depth examination of key social, economic and environmental data points, all metrics that hospitality industry partners actively report on.

Using Clean the World’s new Impact Dashboard, hotel partners will be able to quickly and easily assess their social and environmental impact based on their participation in the Hospitality Recycling program. Partners will learn how Clean the World’s global work contributes to 9 of the 17 SDGs and can add key sustainability statistics to their environmental, social and governance (ESG) reports, as well as communication to clients, the all segmented by flag, brand, individual hotel, or management company over a period of time. Partners will also be able to access videos and photos of Clean the World programs in action, all from the customer portal. This innovative new dashboard is part of Clean the World’s enhanced reports launched last year.

With the help and dedication of partner hotels, airlines, cruise lines and soap manufacturers, Clean the World has partnered with the hospitality industry to recycle its soaps and plastic bottled products since 2009. Since then, Clean the World has distributed over 72 million bars. of soap in 127 countries, as well as 5 million hygiene kits for vulnerable people worldwide and more than 9 million bars of soap for homeless shelters, pantries, refugee camps and emergency health facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic.’s 2022 Sustainable Travel Report features insights gathered from more than 30,000 travelers across 32 countries and territories, highlighting that the impact of their travels remains a priority, with 71% of global travelers saying they want to travel sustainably. more sustainable around the world. 12 months ahead, a 10% increase over the company’s 2021 data. With 81% of travelers confirming that sustainable travel is important to them, half of all respondents indicated that recent news on climate change has prompted them to make more sustainable travel choices. To that end, more than a third (35%) of global travelers say that the sustainability efforts of accommodation and transportation providers play an important role in their ownership and transportation decisions, respectively. In fact, 70% of global travelers say they would be more likely to choose sustainable accommodations, whether they are specifically looking for one or not.

According to’s findings, “Awareness and visibility of more sustainable stays continues, with 40% of global travelers confirming to have seen sustainable accommodation on an online travel site in the past year and 38% indicating that they actively seek information about a property’s sustainability efforts before booking 46% of global travelers say they have stayed in sustainable accommodation in the past year. have had a more sustainable stay over the past 12 months, the reasons for choosing one vary: 41% said they chose it to help reduce their impact on the environment, 33% wanted a more relevant experience local and 31% think sustainable properties treat the community better.”

As the hospitality industry focuses on sustainable travel, Clean the World gives hotel partners the competitive edge they need to effectively tell their impact story to environmentally conscious and socially conscious travelers listening. In addition to communicating impact to their guests, hotel partners can also include these compelling new data points in annual reports and other sustainability and humanitarian reports. Clean the World hotel partners can measure their impact through bars of soap distributed and volume of product collected, as well as through additional metrics such as number of hygiene kits supported, reduction in carbon footprint, carbon footprint saving equivalence in planted trees, water conservation, waste diverted. from landfills, waste recycled, energy generated, number of mobile showers supported (through Fresh Start WASH and Wellness Program), number of refugees served and number of people served.

“Clean the World’s goal is to continually add value to our programs for our partners,” says Shawn Sepler, Founder and CEO, Clean the World. “The addition of the Impact Dashboard will be extremely valuable to hotel partners and help them understand and communicate the positive impact of their sustainability efforts and hopefully encourage other hotels to It is essential to show key stakeholders and guests the extent of Hotel guests make purchasing decisions based on a hotel’s commitment to improving the lives of others and the environment and it is vital for a hotel to be able to share the extent of how they are making a positive contribution to both.Clean the World’s Hospitality Recycling program goes far beyond soap recycling and waste diversion, and the new impact dashboard is just another example of how we proactively anticipate the needs of our partners while continuing to support their sustainability and social impact goals of m new and innovative way. future features will allow hotels to automate their reports, share their impact on social networks and access enriched training modules. This is really just the beginning.”

At any time, a hotel partner can review, track and report on their impact on the environment and on the lives of those in need through 14 different impact/sustainability indicators. It’s even possible to link these 14 indicators to 9 of the 17 SDGs, allowing hotels to see how their partnership with Clean the World is impacting these goals, including SDG 6, Clean Water and Sanitation, which ensures availability and sustainable water management and sanitation for all.

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About Clean Up the World
Clean the World is a social enterprise dedicated to WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) and sustainability. It operates soap recycling centers and offices in Orlando, Montreal, Vegas, hong kong, amsterdam, Londonand Punta Cana and is leading a “global hygiene revolution” to distribute recycled soap and hygiene products from more than 8,100 hotel, resort and cruise ship partners. Clean the World Foundation provides WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) programs to benefit global communities with high pre-adolescent mortality rates from acute respiratory infection (pneumonia) and diarrheal diseases (cholera) – which are two of the main causes of death of children under five. Since 2009, the foundation has distributed 72 million bars of soap and 5 million hygiene kits in 127 countries. For more information on how you can participate in Clean the World’s world-renowned recycling program, please visit

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