Sustainability is not an option but a necessity today and have been taking significant steps towards sustainability goals while making efforts to balance rapid economic growth with conservation, ecology, and environmental sustainability.
We have also come to realize that working with the earth is a two way project. We need to give back as much, perhaps more, than we take from her to keep things in balance and working well.
In order to reduce the burden on the ground water table, conserve water & minimise water wastage, we at the resort have invested in a Sewage Treatment Plant (STP), where grey water is collected and reused after treatment for gardening & landscaping our 20 acre estate.
More 55 % of total water recycled or reused.
Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations
We believe that EV's are the future of mobility, hence we have entered into a collaboration with TATA Power, on 1st March 2022 we installed EV charging points at our property premises. We are keen to support the clean air movement and reduce carbon footprints, we encourage all our guests to use of electric vehicles.
However, to have your room linen replaced, kindly :
Place this card on your bed.
Leave your towels on the floor.
Community Volunteer Projects
Reduce, Reuse & Recycle
Umaid Palace is committed to reducing, and avoiding where possible, the use of plastic in all spheres of operation.
- In 2022 Umaid Palace removed single-use plastic from all its properties (For instance, glass bottles replaced plastic across all properties.) This was a critical move to reduce plastic waste from ending up in landfills.
- Umaid Palace also works with its vendors and suppliers to help them reduce single-use plastic waste in their operations.
Further, we encourage the use of building materials that are recycled and locally extracted or manufactured wherever possible. During the construction process, we ensure that waste and debris is diverted from the landfills and send to certified recycling agencies.
We plan to start a pre-primary school soon along with a few training programs on hospitality, animal husbandry & community initiatives in revitalizing the traditional systems of water management.