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  • Give the guest an option to have the towels and linens changed every other day or longer, rather than every day. Surveys have shown that more than 90 percent of guests like the option.

  • Encourage staff to close drapes and turn off lights and air conditioning when rooms are unoccupied.

  • Install water-efficient fixtures, such as showerheads, aerators and low-flow toilets in each room.

  • Use refillable soap and shampoo dispensers.

  • Encourage guests to recycle by providing clearly marked recycling bins for cans, bottles and newspapers.

  • Install energy-efficient lighting fixtures in each room. Compact fluorescent fixtures can be screwed into many existing lamps and ceiling fixtures. To prevent theft, many hotels are installing new fixtures with the compact fluorescent lamps hard-wired into the fixture.

  • Consider purchasing Energy Star®-labeled TVs and other energy-efficient appliances.

  • Clean rooms with environmental cleaners to improve indoor air quality and reduce emissions of volatile organic chemicals.

  • Use placards in the room to inform your guests about your "green" efforts. You can save 13.5 gallons of freshwater by choosing not to replace bath towels and linen daily.
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