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Could your toilet be wasting 500 GALLONS of water a day?

Sound crazy? It sure does, but did you know that one in five toilets actually has an extremely wasteful leak?  And these leaks can waste anywhere from 30 to (yes!) 500 GALLONS of water per day! You may presume that you would hear the water or see the leak, but this isn’t the case.  It […]

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Sustainable Solutions for Green Hotels

This page lists sustainable practices that hotels can implement. If you would like to encourage hotels you stay at to implement these ideas, consider printing this information and dropping it off at the front desk or mailing it in with the hotel’s comment card. Start a linen (both towels and sheets) reuse program in all […]

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Watch this interesting video about water

Enjoy this short video about some amazing water facts. Can you believe that the average person in North America uses 105,7 gallons (+- 400 litres) of water per day while the average person in Mozambique uses 1,3 gallons (+- 5 litres) per day?  This is shocking when one considers that a low-flow toilet in the […]

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Flushing out water savings

Easy ways to conserve and save money Reducing the amount of water you use in your home can be accomplished easily and inexpensively without significantly changing your lifestyle. A good place to start is by testing for leaks, since they account for large amounts of water waste and often go undetected for long periods of […]

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Water Conservation in an Environmentally Friendly Hotel

Green Ideas for Environmentally Friendly Hotels Why is water conservation important? Because water isn’t as abundant a resource as we think it is. Of all the water present on the planet, only about .008% is available for human consumption. There are numerous water conservation tips for you to act on, and act you must. institute […]

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