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Water Conservation While Traveling

About 12 year(s) ago by The Inns of Monterey
Water Conservation While Traveling
Nearly an inch of rain has fallen across the the Monterey Peninsula in the past 24 hours. While we welcome the storms that help fill our local reservoirs, we are pleased to know the forecast for the rest of the weekend calls for sunshine.
As a Green Seal Silver Certified business, water conservation is extremely important to us. We believe that conserving water is the right thing to do, and if everyone does a a little, we will all benefit a lot! Try to be mindful of your water use when traveling. Don’t waste water just because someone else is paying the bill. Here are a few tips for conserving water whether you are at home or at a hotel:
  • Take shorter showers. Try to limit yourself to 5 minutes.
  • In the shower, decrease the flow to achieve a comfortable temperature instead of increasing the hot or cold water.
  • For baths, close the drain before turning the faucet. To balance the initial burst of cold water add only hot water later.
  • Turn off the tap while shaving, washing your face or brushing your teeth.
  • Report any leaks to the front desk right away.
  • Use our linen reuse card to let housekeeping know that you'd like your bed remade and don't need to have the sheets laundered.
Learn more about what the Inns of Monterey have done to achieve Green Seal Silver Certification.
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