Sustainability at Jetwing Hotels

Pioneering Sustainable Tourism With Sri Lankan Hospitality

Jetwing Hotels has been a pioneer of sustainable tourism in Sri Lanka, guided for over five decades by the philosophy of our founder the late Herbert Cooray. We believe that sustainability and its challenges are constantly evolving and require dynamic, innovative solutions. While our efforts in the past were guided by an inherent desire to maintain a harmonious relationship between the business, environment, and the local communities our initiatives today are guided by a comprehensive six-fold Sustainability Strategy.

Energy & Carbon

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Striving towards carbon neutrality at the operations level of our hotels, by minimising emissions through innovation, transitioning to renewable energy, and improving energy efficiency.

Water & Waste

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Optimising our use of resources by extensively managing overall consumption, with a dedicated focus on increasing reusability and effective management of waste produced at our hotels.


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Actively conserving and raising awareness of the thriving natural habitats in and around our many homes of Sri Lankan hospitality.

Community & Culture

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Sharing the economic and social benefits of sustainable tourism with our local communities, who in turn help us promote the unique culture of our island home.

Promoting a progressive, equal-opportunity work environment for our Associates through personal and professional development programmes that focus on innovation, exploration, and growth.

Sourcing & Production

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Internalising our supply chain where possible; supporting local communities by minimising imports, and giving preference to businesses around our properties for the procurement of various materials and supplies.