The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis has completed year-one of a program designed to reduce hotel CO2 emissions-- and the initiative is generating positive early results.
The recently-launched project focuses on the practice of composting, and it is now fully operational in the hotel stewarding, in-room dining and banquet divisions.
Included efforts range from the scrupulous scraping of plates to the consistent capture and collection of discarded food materials.
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