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Re: [GreenYes] Green hotels
I strongly recomment getting in touch with Canadian Pacific
Hotels.  (I think that's the correct name.)  They have a phenomenal
program of recycling and waste reduction.  They even compost
their food waste in some or all of their hotels.  Don;t have a
web address but I'm sure you can find them.

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At 10:38 PM 2/16/02 +0530, Jayakumar wrote:
>hello all
>
>i am writing from kerala india
>
>we are progressing steadily on the zerowaste kovalam project and
>this mail is seeking inputs for developing a criteria for the hotels to
>become green in terms of managing their waste . we are developing
>a check list kind of stuff which the state tourism department will put
>in place as part of the ecotourism initiative.
>
>so i am expecting inputs or suggested websites for more information.
>
>jayan
>
>Jayakumar C.
>
>Co ordinator
>Thanal Conservation Action and Information Network,
>L-14 , Jawahar Nagar ,  Thiruvananthapuram ,
>Kerala , India.
>
>Pin 695 003
>
>mail : thanal@vsnl.com
>
>Tel  :++91-471-311896
>Fax  :++91-471-311896
>Mobile :98471-89168 (zerowaste team)
>
>
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