I wanted to update you on initiatives we are taking to continue to become more environmentally friendly.
We have added extra insulation to various parts of the chalet.
We have Installed efficient electric heaters and can help guests use the thermostats correctly so as to avoid opening windows .
We are now squeezing all our own orange juice , when available to reduce plastic waste and improve flavour.
We are using cafetières for breakfast instead of Nespresso capsules, and have a selection of loose leaf tea for the tea pots, in order to reduce waste.
We refill our soap containers using Molton Brown Orange and Bergamot Body and Hand washes, so reducing our single use plastic consumption.
Mini disposable shower gel containers are now a thing of the past at chalet Le Yeti
We buy our fruit and vegetables at the local farmers market to improve the quality and freshness of our product, as well as reducing plastic waste and transport miles.
We reuse our shopping bags every week
We recycle lift passes.
In an effort to reduce our plastic waste we will not provide be providing single use plastic water bottles. The water in the chalet is treated mountain water. We would encourage guests to bring their own reusable water bottle for the slopes, and we do have a selection of water bottles for Guests to Use during their stay.
We continue to look for new initiatives to further reduce waste, and our use of plastics. Any ideas you may have would be gratefully received.
For the last 30 years, Jonathan Rose has owned Chalet Le Yeti in Méribel.
Jonathan's knowledge and experience of Meribel and the Trois Vallées ski area is extensive through his own personal experience as a skier and chalet owner.