AireLibre gives Dropson the "Sustainable Tourism Commitment Award" at FITUR

Dropson, aware of quality tourism

Dropson company has been awarded with the Sustainable Tourism AirLibre Commitment Award for its latest innovation in domestic water filtering: the filter can. A water filter with great environmental advantages.

 

Environmental consequences of tourism

Spain receives around 80 million tourists a year, and its main destinations are the coastal and marine areas. It is expected to reach 100 million tourists in the next 20 years. This mass tourism generates large quantities of plastic waste that affects the environment and our surroundings.

Faced with this worrying situation, companies and other entities have a responsibility to offer sustainable products and services that help to respect the environment and promote responsible consumption.

Bottled water is one of the most harmful and polluting plastic waste that exists. In Spain, around 5,500 million litres of bottled water are consumed per year, generating 1,200 tonnes of plastic waste.

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International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development

Throughout 2017 and on the occasion of the International Year of Sustainable Tourism, the magazine specialising in the tourism sector, AireLibre, has been carrying out various activities and actions, including the recognition of companies and initiatives committed to responsible, quality tourism.

A recognition to those who, through their activity, are involved in activating tourism based on responsible and environmentally friendly practices.

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AireLibre Award Committed to Sustainable Tourism

AireLibre, a pioneering magazine in the tourism sector, specialises in rural, adventure, nature and cultural tourism. With more than 25 years of life, among its pages we can find magnificent proposals for trips, activities, routes, accommodation and stories about tourism.

AireLibre magazine presented the award last saturday, January 20th at the 38th International Tourism Fair (FITUR) held in IFEMA (Madrid).

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