Going Green at the Provincetown Inn
MEMBER SINCE 2007
Anyone who lives on Cape Cod knows the importance of energy and water conservation. It is essential to the health of our environment to reduce our energy and water usage. We here at the Provincetown Inn are committed to doing our share. Whether it is in purchasing energy efficient, environmentally friendly equipment or just training our staff about the importance of recycling, we are committed to make the Provincetown Inn as green as we can be. Partnered with the Cape Light Compact, we have implemented the following water and electric conservation measures:
The Provincetown Inn has gone solar.
To help combat the constant rising cost of electricity and to reduce the carbon footprint the Provincetown Inn has on the environment, the Provincetown Inn has just completed the Installation of a 100kW solar panel system in May 2016.
Energy efficient LED light bulbs throughout the property
Air conditioner sensors in Inn rooms which detect if anyone is in the room or if the door is left open.
Energy efficient high extraction washing machine with ozone laundry system which significantly reduces detergent and hot water usage
Energy efficient dryer with moisture detection technology automatically stops drying cycle when the laundry is dry
Waterless urinals in our public men’s room
Insulation of all heat and hot water pipes throughout the property
Conservation ‘GREEN CARDS’ in all guest rooms encouraging conservation
Energy saving sensors for all kitchen walk-in refrigerators
Conservation is both good for the environment and good for business and has become a way of life in Cape Cod. We here at the Provincetown Inn will continue our conservation efforts and ask for your help in this important matter. Please note the conservation “GREEN CARDS” In your room for sheet changing and towel usage.
Each guest room to be equipped with recycling container
Inviting guests to help in our recycling efforts
Recycling stations in various areas of the hotel for paper, plastic, and can recycling
Recycling bins at pool area for plastic bottles and cans
For more information about energy conservation, please visitwww.capelightcompact.org
For more information about “GOING GREEN”, please visit www.greenhotels.com
For more information about biodegradable plastics, please visit www.bdfs.net