As a company that has worked diligently with leading hotels looking to reduce their environmental footprints, we couldn’t be happier to read that the hospitality industry is finally beginning to see savings from investment in eco-friendly initiatives.
The Myrtle Beach Convention Center has implemented a number of green initiatives in an effort to become more sustainable including the implementation of a new cleaning machine that uses an oxidizing process instead of chemicals. Myrtle Beach has also invested in LED lighting in bathrooms. This act may sound small, but it serves to cut energy consumption in half, reduce overall costs and cut down on labor. Stephen Green, Myrtle Beach Area Hospitality Association president, notes that in the past five years alone there has been surge of green activity in the local area.
We understand the costs and pain points associated with sustainable investment, but we also know that there are a number of misconceptions associated with going green. From our decades of experience, implementing an environmental strategy has proven to cut costs and downtime while improving overall guest satisfaction. We hope that with time more hoteliers consider investing in eco-friendly alternatives.
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