Alderbrook Resort & Spa is committed to preserving the natural beauty that surrounds the resort through sustainable, eco‐friendly initiatives. From using environmentally friendly products, to providing oversized, reusable in‐room amenities to cut back on waste, Alderbrook’s eco‐friendly practices are constantly evolving to keep the guest and the environment top of mind.
Green SEAL—recognized housekeeping chemicals – Alderbrook Resort & Spa utilizes an evergrowing selection of environmentally friendly products. The hotel searches out products that are made with less energy and fewer materials while delivering the same service. These products:
- Are sold in bulk to reduce the amount of packaging
- Are made with recycled materials, use renewable resources and not fossil fuels
- Have extended durability and reuse potential
- Contain no toxics or toxic chemicals
Culture of Recycling – Alderbrook Resort & Spa is committed to cultivating a strong recycling culture. Paper, cardboard, plastic and glass are recycled from all areas of the property, including the resort offices, function spaces, and food and beverage outlets.
Voluntary Towel/Linen Service – Alderbrook Resort & Spa offers a voluntary towel/linen service. Linens are only changed every third day unless requested to be changed sooner. Towels that are hung on racks are not replaced, unless specifically requested.
Sales Collateral – Alderbrook Resort & Spa has created a completely electronic sales kit, which includes electronic proposal capabilities, and a dynamic and informative website with virtual tours of the property to minimize the need for single use marketing collateral.
In-room Amenities – Alderbrook Resort & Spa provides the luxurious and all‐natural Molton Brown bath amenities in bulk dispensers to reduce excessive waste of sample size bottles.
Renovation – During the 2002 renovation, Alderbrook Resort & Spa revitalized the stream that runs through the property as a local salmon habitat. Resting pools running throughout the property have been carefully preserved and approved by the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife to encourage annual salmon spawning.
Water Treatment Plant – Alderbrook Resort & Spa also boasts its own waste‐water removal plant. After a thorough cleansing process and filtering process, the plant pumps much‐needed oxygenated water back into the depleted Hood Canal.
Margo Helgen | Duo Public Relations for Alderbrook Resort & Spa | 206.838.5039 | email@example.com