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August 07, 2018 | Updated 08 August 2018

Whipps Cross Hospital opened a renovated restaurant for staff and visitors during the week of August 6, offering upgrades to be more eco-friendly as well as more space and more comfortable seating.

Disposable packaging, including cutlery, can now be recycled and the hospital is encouraging people to save 20 pence by bringing their own reusable cups and containers.

Alastair Wilson, from the Trust’s facilities management team, said: “Not only does the new restaurant look great, it also helps us in our efforts to reduce waste and be more sustainable. We have had fantastic feedback from patients and staff who are delighted with the improvements. We are very happy that our food and beverage suppliers, Elior, have helped us make this new restaurant a reality.

Photo: A refurbished restaurant for staff and visitors with eco-friendly features has opened at Whipps Cross Hospital.

Article written by Brian Shillibeer | Posted 07 August 2018

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