Green Spa Network springs up in Eastern Hungary

Initiatives

The initiators of the Green Spa Network in Eastern Hungary are hoping for significant developments and a strong season, according to business daily Világgazdaság.

Representatives of Bogács (145 km northeast of Budapest by road), Debrecen (225 km to the east), Hajdúnánás (215 km northeast), Hajdúszoboszló (205 km east), Mezőkövesd (150 km northeast), Sárospatak (240 km northeast) and the Thermal Health Cluster stated in a letter of intent that the network in eastern Hungary would be established to ensure the continuation of the Healing Places project, which aimed to make the extraction and use of this natural treasure more sustainable and green.

The legal statement recording the establishment of the organization does not contain any commitment, as the further greening of the spas and the implementation of the necessary improvements are the responsibility of the individual operators.

Plans and tenders aimed at reducing and replacing the use of fossil energies while new ones are being prepared are already ready to be submitted in all six locations.

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