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Published on Aug 14, 2014
Energy and water are two important and extremely related resources. We use huge amounts of energy to treat, move, and heat water while water is key input for generating energy. Join EPA's WaterSense program in this series of trainings from the H2Otel Challenge.
This training reminds you how important it is to educate employees, guests, and management about your water-saving efforts, from reporting leaks to changing wasteful practices. WaterSense addresses some of the best management practices hotels have used for education and outreach including educating employees to make changes in daily operations, communicating with guests, and making the most out of signage. Dr. Wesley Schultz from California State University, San Marcos, summarizes his work on social norms and the potential for behavioral changes among hotel guests, and Alec Bartolai from Kalaloch Lodge in Forks, Washington, presents an informative case study on education and outreach initiatives at his hotel.