The Mouse goes green
Written by Bradley Robertson
The Orlando Business Journal is reporting that all hotels at the Walt Disney World Resort have been certified "green" by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. This certification involves reducing the energy used by appliances and lighting as well as putting measures in place to reduce water usage. I am all for companies being responsible citizens, but my question is will this knowledge affect your decision on whether or not to stay on property at the resort in the future?Tweet
[Here is the list of all designated Green Lodging hotels in Central Florida, according to the state. FWIW, the three Universal Orlando hotels and the Renaissance at SeaWorld also are all on the list. - Editor]
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