EPA WaterSense launches H2Otel Challenge to encourage conservation
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) WaterSense program recently launched the H2Otel Challenge for hotels to assess, change and track their water use through best management practices. By tackling projects throughout their properties, hotels can find ways to improve their water efficiency and performance while providing the highest quality experience for guests, according to EPA.
To help hotels make operational changes and meet growing customer demand for green lodging, EPA will present a series of educational webinars, which are available for free and will provide tools based on the online guide, WaterSense at Work: Best Management Practices for Commercial and Institutional Facilities. WaterSense will also offer outreach materials for hotels to publicize their efforts.
Find more information at epa.gov/watersense/commercial/challenge.html.