After one year at a distance, the BeMed Business College met on 9 and 10 June at the InterContinental Hotel Dieu to progress on the ongoing projects and welcome its new members.
The first day was the opportunity to accompany the InterContinental in its commitment to reduce the use of single-use plastics (SUP). After carrying out a diagnosis of all the SUPs present in the hotel, the collective identified the 15 plastics to be eliminated or replaced as a priority.
The second day, dedicated to the science-industry working group, was an opportunity for the members to share their experience and good practices during a strategic coffee and to close the cycle of exchanges on recycling. A new working method centred on the study of an emblematic eco-design case was also launched.