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Copy of Recycle
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By: Chelsi Cash
Inn on Woodlake Lodging Intern
Original Torke Coffee
Soap is being disposed of in trash
What is USDA?
-United States Department of Agriculture
must have ingredients list
contents should be 95% or more certified organic, meaning free of synthetic additives like pesticides, chemical fertilizers, and dyes
must not be processed using industrial solvents, irradiation or genetic engineering
What is Fair Trade Certified?
A base price for the commodity is set by the international Fair Trade Labeling Organization.
The price covers the cost of production and living wage to cover the basics of food, shelter, clothing, education, and medical care.
Workers are guaranteed freedom of association and safe working conditions.
Encourage women's participation in and leadership of cooperatives.
Human rights and child labor laws are strictly enforced.
Clean the World Program
Free Trade Coffee
Clean the World
Collect and recycle soap and shampoo products discarded by the hospitality industry.
Through the distribution of these and other donated hygiene products to impoverished people, prevent the millions of deaths caused by hygiene-related illnesses every day.
Weeden Creek USDA Organic Fair Trade Certified Coffee
only recycle cardboard
Re-educate the staff on recycling procedures
Towel Recycle Card:
2 chemicals, more efficient, eco-friendly
Total Surface Care
Anti-static formula repels soil to reduce cleaning.
No fragrance or dye added.
Neutral pH, no VOC's, no phosphates or silicates.
Bio-based, biodegradable, and all-natural ingredients
To have the Inn on Woodlake create a cleaner and healthier environment by engaging internal and external guests to respect and consider the environment in all of their choices.
66 Heavy Duty Alkaline Bathroom Cleaner and Disinfectant
Concentrated, solid products reduce waste
99.7% phosphate and phosphorus-free
Easy, spill-proof, language-free loading
EPA- approved broad-range solid sanitizer- the first of its kind.
Significant reduction in plastic
Apex 2 Program
Apex Heavy Duty
Toilet Bowl Cleaner
"Being green means guests, staff, and management are healthier."
R/O Free Rinse
-offer coffee grounds as fertilizer
-build a garden/apple tree
-more plants for oxygen
-card sensor lights in room
-market our sustainability practices for guest awareness
"We now have a sustainability strategy, we just need a way to talk about it."
"We will continue to embrace environmental sustainability as a key pathway to innovation and long-term leadership in the hospitality market."
Old Vs. New
Toilet Bowl Cleaner-$0.52
Total Surface Care-$0.21
Year Price: $1,103.23
*Based on 1 bottle each per week per housekeeper.
Year Price: $549.12
*Based on 2 bottles each per week per housekeeper.
**Savings of $554.11 =50% savings
-increase of efficiency
-healthy place for employment will contribute to the productivity of all staff members
-decreases the of exposure to VOC's causing irritation to the eyes, nose, and throat, headaches, dizziness, and fatigue.
Old Vs. New
(Cost per rack)
Year Price: $736.67
Year Price: $368.34
**Savings of $368.34 = 50%
*Based on what we used this
past year-2 cycles per rack.
-Reduce Waste and energy
-99.7% phosphate and phosphorus-free
-Innovative-tracking of ware washing costs
Collect and sort soap
Disinfects bottled soap
Cooked to remove all impurities
Re-formed into 2-ounce bars
Sent to 96 different countries
What is Sustainability?
"the ability to endure the future"
"It's about taking what we need to live now, without jeopardizing the potential for people in the future to meet their needs."
"Sustainability creates and maintains the conditions under which humans and nature can exist in productive harmony for present and future generations."
What makes a chemical "
Manufacturer's commitment to sustainability
Examine the product's composition
what are the raw materials used to create the product
where do they come from?
did the materials come from renewable resources?
Does the product nurture the health and well-being of its occupants?
Does the product do the job well?
How much energy does it use?
How is the product packaged and transported?
University of the Balearic Islands/Spain
"the long-term plan"
Palma de Mallorca
EPA- Environmental Protection Agency-label green products,promote green chemistry and engineering
VOC-Volatile Organic Compounds-emitted as gases from products-have negative health effects
Ecological Footprint-measure of human demands on earths ecosystem's, represents the amount of biological production to sustain human population
Nitrates/Phosphates-when put into the air they deplete dissolved oxygen levels causing algae