Le Cordon Bleu Dusit practice the Zero Waste management every day aiming to maximize our Zero Waste Living in community along with the Sustainability goals to be achieved. Let’s Zero Project by Le Cordon Bleu Dusit consists of
- Zero Waste – By creating circular economy of composting food waste and reuse in the rooftop garden to grow vegetables, herbs and flowers for our classes. This contributes to minimize waste that goes to landfill which reduce CO2 and Methane creation to the atmosphere.
- Zero Plastic – Aiming to stop using ‘One Time’ Use plastic utensil and container, recycle all plastic used by the school Plus recycle all papers and cardboards and return as new office paper supported by SCGP Public Company Limited.
- Zero Carbon Emission – By reducing 30% carbon emission by 2030 and hopefully reaching (closer to) Zero Carbon Emission by 2050 as part of United Nation’s SDG mission.
Let's Start Our Zero Journey
In November 2022, Le Cordon Bleu Dusit has installed the ‘Office Paper Recycle Bins by SCGP’
for recycling any used papers. Then, SCG Packaging (SCGP), our partner, will collect, recycle and return us with some new A4 Paper. This campaign aims to complete the circular economy and reduce carbon footprint, as part of our Sustainability Project.
In December 2022, Le Cordon Bleu Dusit has launched the ‘Pilot’ Food Waste Separation
Campaign at the School’s canteen as part of our Sustainability Project. The process is very simple for everyone to play a part.
How to Play:
1) Separate your ‘LIQUID’ (soup, sauce, dressings, water, etc.) on the sieve bin provided.
2) Put your Food Waste in ‘GREEN’ Bin Only. Green bin is for ‘Solid food / Cooked food’ but NOT – Fat (Butter, raw eggs, oil) and hard items like animal bones, shellfish, wood skewers and straw as they are not compostable efficiently.
3) All other general waste goes to ‘BLUE
Zero is the starting number count to every achievement. Le Cordon Bleu Dusit make sustainability a part of every process. We engage all the team members to do a daily practice to ensure that the ‘Office Paper Recycle Bins’ and ‘Food Waste Separation’ are (close to) Zero Carbon emission as much as possible.