The Radisson Los Angeles Airport Hotel receives GS-33 certification
November 23, 2009
LOS ANGELES — The Radisson Los Angeles Airport Hotel recently achieved Silver-level certification from Green Seal Inc. under the Environmental Standard for Lodging Properties (GS-33), according to a press release.
Green steps that the Radisson Los Angeles Airport Hotel has taken include: Minimizing waste and increasing recycling efforts; improving energy efficiency through lighting and equipment upgrades; conserving water with low-flow plumbing fixtures; and using environmentally friendly cleaning and laundry products, the release stated.
Cindy Boulton, general manager of the Radisson Los Angeles Airport Hotel, said: "It is an honor to be among the leaders in Los Angeles'' hospitality industry making strides in environmental stewardship. We are thrilled to be associated with Green Seal and are very proud to have achieved the Silver certification. Our team understands the duty we have to protect and maintain the beautiful natural resources we''ve been blessed with, and we take our responsibility very seriously."
The Radisson Los Angeles Airport Hotel''s green team oversees compliance with green initiatives by regularly inspecting each department and monitoring daily business operations, the release noted.
According to the release, an environmental purchasing policy ensures that environmental and life-cycle impacts are considered in making purchasing decisions for the hotel.
While management and staff are proud of their accomplishment, they say this is not the end and they will continue to strive to be more sustainable, the release added.
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