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EVALUATION OF CURRENT PERFORMANCE:3
GOOD PRACTICES:4
ACCEPTABLE PRACTICES:4
BAD/INDIFFERENT PRACTICES:5
DISCUSSION OF8
CURRENT PERFORMANCE:8
ENERGY:9
WATER:10
WASTE:10
EMMISIONS:10
RECOMMENDATIONS:12
ENERGY MANAGEMENT:12
WATER MANAGEMENT:13
WASTE MANAGEMENT:14
AIR QUALITY:15
Suggestions for Improving the Property’s Ecological Performance17
ENERGY MANAGEMENT:18
WATER MANAGEMENT:18
SOLID-WASTE MANAGEMEMT:19
COMMUNICATION19
MONITORING20
Conclusion22
BIBLIOGRAPHY23

EVALUATION OF CURRENT PERFORMANCE:

GOOD PRACTICES:

* The Hotel Green Valley is using digital key cards. This ensures that all energy is turned off when the Rooms are empty. (IHRA, 1995 pp.6) Same for the top side and rear offices. * According to Webster, (2000) papers can be reprocessed and as per the maintainable development review, 32% of document was reprocessed until 1992 by some key industrial areas. Old magazines are sold to the local merchant by the Hotel Green Valley. This implies that spend segregation is practiced to some extent in where. * The hotel is linked with the mains for regular water, energy and energy. This is excellent because it cuts on additional expenditure on cabling and pipes thereby decreasing the chance of leak and leading to (Webster, 2000) * The hotel uses LPG for cooking requirements in your kitchen area. The LPG is a fresh and clean energy source in consideration to the pollutants it creates in the surroundings. (http://www.aegpl.eu), but, it is just another kind of a non-renewable fuel. (Webster,2000)

ACCEPTABLE PRACTICES:

* The regular water for water fountains and garden is drawn from the linked subterranean pipe well which is an appropriate exercise as regular water loss can be avoided in this situation unlike what Hyatt Regency Phoenix had earlier i.e. above ground watering program (which was later changed). (Best Hotel Ecological Methods, 1990) * 2 small diesel fuel (less expensive than pertrol ) canters are offered for pick and drop facility for night shift group. It is an appropriate exercise for the fact that though diesel fuel is used in the car, the car share allows environmental pollutants and diesel fuel car has lesser pollutants as in comparison to fuel pollutants. www.southwesteip.co.uk BAD/INDIFFERENT PRACTICES:

ENERGY –

* The Hotel Green Valley is using incandescent lighting and lighting in its cafe and bar. Incandescent lighting is the least expensive lamp for purchase and set up. However, it is much less efficient than neon and HID lighting. CFL are an alternative to incandescent lighting. CFLs initially price 10 to 20 times more than incandescent lighting, but the lifetime is 10 to 15 times more time. Furthermore, CFLs use up to 75 % less energy because they have reduced electricity. Servicing time go up and down depending upon utilization. CFL’s need to be modified every 10 decades, whereas incandescent lighting is modified every 10 – 12 several weeks. The wind turbine for CFL’s is greater, but, they pay for themselves with extended lifestyle, decreased energy use, and decreased maintenance expenses. (www.peakstoprairies.com) * The hotel has a 20-35 feet great roof in its dining places and bar and the windows in the packages are not enclosed properly, which results in improve the warm load on the hotel’s a/c models entailing to an improved intake of energy and in-turn to climatic change. (Middleton, 1998 pp.165) * iii.As mentioned above that by Middleton, (1998 pp. 165) intake of a lot of energy results in climatic change, a lot of energy is lost in visitor bathrooms because the packages are supplied with 24 hour hot flowing drinking regular water. And secondly, regular water is offered at 65°C in each visitor space which is above regular conventional again resulting in excessive energy intake.

WATER

* Waste regular water from the visitor bedrooms, kitchen area...
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