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They also use water pitchers and filtered water to minimize the use of single-use bottles, and donates excess food from events.
This hotel purchases recycled-content paper towels and toilet paper, has eliminated the use of styrofoam and uses biodegradeable disposable 'go' cups and food containers.
This hotel encourages their suppliers to minimize packaging and other waste materials.
They use microfiber mops.
This hotel tracks their energy and water usage and has a numeric goal of how much they want to reduce their energy and water usage over time. They also purchase ââ‚¬Å“Green Tagsââ‚¬Â or ââ‚¬Å“Renewable Energy Certificatesââ‚¬Â to offset the additional cost of using energy from renewable sources
This hotel also has an eco-friendly pool & whirlpool that was built in late 2008.
Pets are not allowed at this hotel.
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