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InterCon Upcycles Linen To Create Masks

InterContinental Bali Resort produces homemade face masks for a safe and healthy environment.

With a global shortage in face masks, InterContinental Bali Resort has created their own homemade cloth face masks sewn from upcycling the resort’s linen. The resort has distributed these to the resort employees, their families and the local community. These homemade face masks produced by the resort’s skilled tailoring team under Housekeeping Department are made from upcycled linen and every day the team is committed to producing 40 to 50 masks to make sure that we can distribute as many as possible.


Radka Janotova, Area Director of Sales & Marketing says: “The inspiration for this initiative came actually from my home country, the Czech Republic, where the campaign of wearing homemade masks (“My mask protects you, your mask protects me”) is having a great success among the people. The masks our team has sewn can provide protection for those who still need to interact with the public, especially our employees.” Radka said.


InterContinental Bali Resort strives to continue its solid commitment to Sustainability and Social Responsibility activities including donations to local orphanages, zero waste management programes with the Green School, supporting local artists and home industries to showcase their products.