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Cornell Study Finds Hotel Guests Support Sustainability Efforts

Cornell Study Finds Hotel Guests Support Sustainability Efforts

ITHACA, N.Y.—Certain sustainability practices are nearly universal in the lodging industry, says a Cornell University study published by the Center for Hospitality Research (CHR). Water-conserving fixtures and linen-reuse programs, for instance, are widespread, based on the study of 100 U.S. ...

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Extended Stay America’s Sustainable Renovations

Extended Stay America’s Sustainable Renovations

In 2012, Americans threw away 251 million tons of trash, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Many Americans are stepping up to reduce the amount of waste thrown out at home through recycling and composting, and now, hotels are ...

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Reducing Waste Can Benefit the Environment and Bottom Line

Reducing Waste Can Benefit the Environment and Bottom Line

Trash piles are shrinking across the United States as a growing number of hotels are opting to divert waste previously destined for landfills. Adopting greener waste-management practices offers a handful of benefits. It aligns your property with state and local ...

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Managers Create Value From Efficient Operations

Managers Create Value From Efficient Operations

A new set of skills and knowledge for lodging managers has arrived that may take some catching up to. Take a look at the corporate responsibility pages of major lodging brands to view the latest addition to a manager’s need-to-know ...

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