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waste diversion zero landfill Amenity Kit

We are proud to feature in the 2020 Onboard Hospitality Awards as the Kit Refurbisher for Virgin Atlantic's new Amenity Kit entry which features in three different categories: Best for Sustainability Onboard, Best Onboard Amenities Business Class and Best Onboard Amenities Premium Economy.

VOTE NOW for Virgin Atlantic's Goodie Bag / Amenity Kit (in all 3 categories) refurbished by MNH Sustainable Cabin Services - zero landfill before anyone knew what it meant!

The Onboard Hospitality Awards are one of the highlights of the World Travel Catering & Onboard Services Expo (WTCE) which takes place in Hamburg each year and celebrates excellence and innovation in air, rail and cruise.

The new Virgin Atlantic 'Goodie Bags' are made from responsibly sourced and recyclable FSC kraft paper and designed to be durable for reuse. Sustainable inner items have been chosen to complement the paper bags, avoid unnecessary plastic packaging and limit single use. The innovative kit provides the essentials needed on a long-haul flight whilst minimising its environmental impact, with items including ear plugs packaged in paper, a bamboo toothbrush and paper pen, all intended for reuse.

Individual security seals are used as part of the wider refurbishment programme with MNH reusing or recycling over 500 tonnes of cabin waste each year for the airline, with nothing going to landfill.

For more information about Virgin Atlantic's new Goody Bags visit and don't forget to vote for us click on 'time to vote'. You'll need to vote for one submission in each category for your voting to count (and subscribe to their database) - hurry voting closes on 1st February!

Finalists, chosen through these votes, will be announced in Onboard Hospitality March/April - the WTCE preview issue. Winners will be announced online and in Hamburg on Monday 30th March 2020.

VOTE NOW for Virgin Atlantic's Goodie Bag / Amenity Kit (in all 3 categories) refurbished by MNH Sustainable Cabin Services - zero landfill before anyone knew what it meant!

Christmas Card Image 2019We have been zero landfill before anyone knew what it meant!

As part of our continued drive for Sustainability, we have been measuring our carbon footprint for the last 11 years and will achieve our goal of Carbon Neutral status in 2020.

This is a result of our 10 point ‘Tread Lighter’ Plan and our Gold Standard® Carbon Offset initiatives.

 As part of our Plan, this Christmas we have decided to support the Protection and Reforestation offset project in Kenya’s Great Rift Valley which will result in a combined offset of 100 tonnes of carbon. To find out more about this project visit

Join Us! - Measure, Reduce, Offset: CARBON NEUTRAL

Festive Greetings from all the team at MNH!

Protection & Reforestation Project

Protection and Reforestation Kenya

An image of waste diversion and zero landfill

MNH has been helping airlines to divert cabin waste from landfill for over 20 years. Here's our 4 pillars of environmental responsibility explained - looking at volumes from the last 12 months.Sustainability Final

MNH's CEO Matt Rance joins Virgin Atlantic's Sustainability Specialist Kathryn Asplin as she explores how they work in partnership to divert cabin waste from landfill.

For more information on how MNH works with Virgin Atlantic to help achieve their Sustainability Objectives read their latest Sustainability Report ‘Change Is In The Air’.

MNH reuses or recycles 500 tonnes of waste for Virgin Atlantic each year. Nothing goes to landfill.

Aviation Laundry and Amenity Kit Refurbisher

Onboard Hospitality's September issue is a dedigated guide to onboard sustainability focusing on 'crafting a greener journey' and features Virgin Atlantic's new sustainable Goodie Bag. MNH features as their specialist partner refurbishing and recycling their new sustainable Amenity Kits and diverting waste from landfill.

Find out how to make kits sustainable on page 68.

MNH In OBH 2019