Hilton Singer Island Oceanfront Resort Awarded the Prestigious Green Eco-Leaf Rating

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Hilton Singer Island Oceanfront Resort has earned a 3 Green Eco-Leaf Rating this week by completing a 70 point comprehensive eco-audit survey administered by iStayGreen.org - the online social network of environmentally friendly travel.

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Simple changes helped Hilton Singer Island Oceanfront Resort earn their 3 Green Eco-Leaf Rating and become one of 2 lodging properties rated. It's great to see their intent on insuring a more sustainable future in travel.

Hilton Singer Island Oceanfront Resort becomes one of 2 lodging properties in Singer Island, FL to receive the Green Eco-Leaf Rating. Currently two hotels in Singer Island (istaygreen.org/getcityus.cfm/city/Singer Island/st/FL) have been rated environmentally friendly, and Hilton Singer Island Oceanfront Resort is one of 2 lodging properties to complete the comprehensive environmental audit administered by iStayGreen.org. The property earned 3 Green Eco-Leafs, which is a "Great" rating.

All Green Eco-Leaf Rated properties are committed to environmentally friendly initiatives Florida Green Lodging Program - levels. Richard Varner, founder of iStayGreen.org states: "Simple changes helped Hilton Singer Island Oceanfront Resort earn their 3 Green Eco-Leaf Rating and become one of 2 lodging properties rated. It's great to see their intent on insuring a more sustainable future in travel."

To insure a more sustainable future some of the eco-initiatives put in-place at the property include: an on-site Green Team has been created - low energy lighting initiatives are in-place - energy efficient lighting is installed when replacing old lighting - sheets reuse option for multiple night stays - towels reuse option for multiple night stays - eco-initiatives are actively promoted to the public - eco-incentive programs have been created for staff - water conservation initiatives are in-place - water conserving devices are installed when replacing old fixtures - recycle containers are located around the property common areas - reusable food & beverage service is used in lieu of disposable service items - recycled paper products (bath tissue, facial tissue, paper towels, napkins, etc) are utilized - environmentally friendly chemicals are used in cleaning - environmentally friendly detergents are used for laundry - environmentally friendly chemicals are used for carpet cleaning - low VOC materials (paint, adhesives, air freshener, carpet) are used at the property - plus much more. The complete audit can be viewed at Hilton Singer Island Oceanfront Resort Environmental Self-Audit (istaygreen.org/ecoaudit.cfm/hid/10000990).

Hotels in Florida are becoming progressively greener. In addition to the Hilton Singer Island Oceanfront Resort 6 other hotels have recently earned the Green Eco-Leaf Rating. Florida lodging properties that have recently been awarded the Green Eco-Leaf Rating include Holiday Inn Express Jacksonville, Goldstar Inn And Suites, Hotel Duval, Turtle Beach Resort, Courtyard Tampa Brandon, and Hampton Inn Fort Walton Beach.

The lodging industry recognizes the need to create a sustainable future for travel. While the Hilton Singer Island Oceanfront Resort is one of 2 Singer Island lodging properties to achieve the Green Eco-Leaf Rating, it is anticipated that many other properties in the area that are promoting eco-friendly initiatives also will seek to be rated. This eco-rating allows the public to know the specific environmental initiatives in place at a property, which enables the environmentally conscious traveler to make informed lodging decisions.

For additional information about Hilton Singer Island Oceanfront Resort contact them at 561-848-3888 or visit hiltonsingerisland.com.

To find out how a property can earn the Green Eco-Leaf Rating, contact Richard Varner at 602-864-5553 or visit iStayGreen.org.

About iStayGreen.org:
With iStayGreen's rapidly growing searchable directory of 100,000 lodging properties and over 4,500 already Green Eco-Leaf Rated, it's easy for anyone to quickly locate and compare "Green" lodging worldwide. To earn a Green Eco-Leaf Rating, hotels must complete a thorough self-audit, and then are rated based on their eco-initiatives. The site also provides an effective way for hotel owners and operators to promote all of the good "Green" things they are doing. Visitors to the site can create their own profiles, add friends, recommend properties, upload photos, form groups, create and respond to forum threads, make reservations, and add comments and reviews to hotel profiles.

Contact:    Richard Varner
602-864-5553
rvarner(at)istaygreen(dot)org

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