Sustainable Tourism Practices in North Carolina
Solid Waste Management, Reduction, Reuse and Recycling
Recycled paper and literature.
Freshwater Consumption Reduction
Return-loop plumbing system. Water Conservation program– linens changed between guests and on request.
Whole house water filtration uses allows for zero waste water.
Energy Efficiency, Conservation and Management
Renewable Green power for Electricity - supporting wind & solar power. Energy conservation program. Insulated, double-paned windows. Low wattage compact fluorescent lighting. Solar landscape lighting. Whole house fans and ceiling fans for air circulation.
Ecosystem and Biodiversity Conservation
Natural, non-toxic pest control and lawn maintenance. Natural wood flooring.
Land Use Planning and Management
Conscious choices to preserve and protect the environment.
Air Quality Protection and Noise Reduction
Non-smoking estate; guest rooms, outdoor decks and entire property. Zero-VOC non-toxic paints. Natural and non-toxic cleaning products.
Local and Organic food and beverages.
64 Laurel Cove Rd.
Candler, NC 28715
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