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Understanding Greywater and Its Proper Uses for Hotels

Understanding Greywater and Its Proper Uses for Hotels

One of the many ways commercial facilities and hotels are reducing water consumption is to use greywater. Greywater is typically defined as “gently used” water that comes from restroom sinks, kitchen sinks, showers, etc. Facilities that use greywater are often “doubled ...

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U.S. Companies Refocus Sustainability Plans To Reduce Risk

U.S. Companies Refocus Sustainability Plans To Reduce Risk

Bloomington, IN—Earlier this year, Deloitte Resources released its 2017 study on U.S. consumer and business attitudes and practices towards sustainability and the use of natural resources. Based on more than 700 online interviews with business decision makers at companies with more ...

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Building a Green Supply Chain for Hotels

Building a Green Supply Chain for Hotels

Hotel sustainability depends not just on the property-based management’s conservation practices, but also the practices of its many suppliers who provide products and services needed to serve guests. Navigating the maze of factors isn’t easy. In comparing the sustainability virtues ...

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