Disney Adds 3 Resorts To Florida Green Lodging Program
Three Walt Disney World resorts have been added to the Florida Green Lodging Program, bizjournals reports. The program is a voluntary state initiative that provides the hotel industry with technical assistance and encourages it to adopt cost-saving “green” practices.
Among the measures taken by the three Disney hotels include conserving water through towel and linen reuse programs and low-flow toilets, faucets and other fixtures, and conserve energy with programmable thermostats, indoor and outdoor lighting sensors, a computerized energy management system and high energy-efficient lighting.
The state recommends facilities within the Green Lodging Program to companies and trade organizations seeking environmentally conscious lodging and convention facilities.
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