There’s a growing push for hotels, resorts, and other hospitality properties to become more environmentally-friendly. Not so long ago, that meant shelling out precious cash to purchase energy-efficient equipment and supplies without seeing any financial benefit from these investments.
But now, the “green industry” has evolved to the point where conversion project costs can be recouped quickly and energy savings can significantly affect a property’s bottom line. Here are several ways to go green and save money in the process.
- Low-flush toilets. These are already required in some municipalities. They work by allowing less water to flow into the bowl each time the unit is flushed. And because each commode uses less water per flush, some properties are reporting savings of almost $100 per toilet per year in water costs. Read more
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By: Chris Martin