CDL Hospitality Trusts - Sustainability Report 2022

FY 2021 FY 2022 Total Water Intensity (m3/m2) 3.0 2.5 2.0 1.5 1.0 0.5 0 Singapore Overseas 1.21 1.58 2.33 1.41 1.41 3.5 1.90 FY 2021 (9) FY 2022 Total Water Consumption, Municipal Water Source (m3) 600,000 500,000 400,000 300,000 200,000 100,000 0 Singapore Overseas 207,856 309,109 454,616 241,474 516,965 696,090 700,000 Our Performance In FY 2022, we experienced a significant increase in overall water consumption and water intensity across the entire portfolio, mostly attributed to increased business activity in Singapore and overseas as market recovery accelerated globally. CDLHT strives to manage its water consumption responsibly and to reach its long-term targets. Our Targets We aim to achieve an aggregate 2% to 7% reduction in water consumption by 2026, with FY 2019 as our comparative baseline. Waste Waste is an increasingly crucial issue for governments and organisations to manage. This is also a highly pertinent issue for the hospitality industry, especially in regard to food waste. If left unchecked, waste may lead to compounding environmental and financial risks for businesses. Our Approach CDLHT properties have implemented numerous initiatives to reduce their waste output, and improve waste segregation and recycling. In FY 2021, CDLHT commenced collecting and reporting on its waste performance. Waste Reduction Many of our hotels utilise waste digesters to safely compost waste, thereby reducing the volume of our waste output. Our hotels are increasingly shifting towards employing reusable materials across all hotel functions. (9) We are restating our water consumption values for FY 2021 as some of our hotels were unable to furbish their consumption values. This has resulted in a restatement of our water intensity value for FY 2020. Action Across Hotels • Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel has installed a food digester to convert all food waste into water, resulting in the creation of recycled water, which is ready for use after sanitation. • Copthorne King’s Hotel, Orchard Hotel and Studio M Hotel have on site food digesters. • Angsana Velavaru has implemented an island-wide ban on single-use plastic bottles to reduce waste. • Mercure Perth and Ibis Perth hotels have also eliminated the provision of plastics and plastic guest amenities by installing shampoo and soap dispensers as alternatives to individual bottles, reducing packaging waste. • Both Japan hotels - Hotel MyStays Asakusabashi and Kamata – as well as the Raffles Maldives Meradhoo, Angsana Velavaru, Hilton Cambridge City Centre, The Lowry Hotel, Pullman Hotel Munich and Hotel Cerretani Firenze - MGallery have also replaced all single-use bathroom amenities with recyclable pump amenities. Copthorne King’s Hotel, Orchard Hotel, M Hotel, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel and Studio M Hotel will see all single-use plastic bathroom amenities phase out from their operations starting in the first half of 2023. 113 OVERVIEW AND FINANCIAL REVIEW MARKET REVIEW LEADERSHIP STRUCTURE PROPERTY PORTFOLIO SUSTAINABILITY & GOVERNANCE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND OTHER INFORMATION

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