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According to an article by National Geographic, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that hotels and other lodgings use about 15 percent of the total water taken up by commercial and institutional facilities in the United States.
I'm sure that question has crossed your mind
But it's true; it really does make a difference.
The American Hotel and Lodging Association estimates that the requests on those little cards in the hotel room actually reduces the number of loads of laundry washed—and all the related water, sewer, energy, and labor costs—by 17 percent.
Next time you visit the Regency Hotel & Suites in Calgary's Downtown Core, you be the judge: Will you save a sweet, little fish? Or, do you prefer to have a sweet-smelling towel?