Hazardous Substances/Chemical Usage

'Green policy' related to safe detergents that hotels use.

'Going green' plays a great role in many areas of the modern life. Lots of businesses and establishments focus on making their property 'eco-friendly', as it usually provides a huge benefit for the company, society and environment itself. In this article, we will look into techniques that various hotels all over the world prefer to control usage of hazardous substances and chemicals.

Inn by the Sea
Crescent Beach, Maine

The Inn by the Sea beach front luxury hotel has been nationally recognized for green hotel practices, including a LEED Silver certified Spa. The staff uses non-toxic cleaning products, all amenities are packaged in recycled materials and heat comes from biofuel and solar energy.
Such methods positively affect natural environment around the hotel. The business does not bother nature but supports it instead, so that both of them can exist in harmony.

Hi Hotel
Nice, France

Hi Hotel has received Green Globe certification for using recycled paper, organic paint, and organic food. It also uses eco-friendly detergents for washing clothes and bed sheets. This way, people who visit the hotel are protected from different types of allergies, as well as it has a positive impact on natural environment.

Bushmans Kloof Hotel
Cederberg Mountains, South Africa

Bushmans Kloof is a multi award-winning lodge, and member of Red Carnation Hotel Collection. It's an ecological oasis within a roughly hewn and magical land which offers a distinctive wilderness experience among open plains and ancient sandstone formations. This hotel supports usage of eco-friendly dishwashing detergents, which contributes to environmental protection and also makes cookware safe for customers.

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