Travelers who want to minimize their impact on the environment should select a "Green" property. A "Green" property is one that has made a commitment to, and are taking steps to minimize their footprint on the earth. Sometimes their efforts are highly visible to guests, like recycle containers, CFL light bulbs, and signage regarding eco-policies. Other times they are behind the scene in energy efficient heating and cooling systems, environmentally friendly cleaners and soaps, etc..
We have added a green rating to our properties indicating their efforts to protect our environment and create a sustainable future for travel. Our rating is 1 to 5 Green Stars, with 5 being the greenest. Properties that are not yet rated include suggestions as to how the property might become more eco-friendly.
When a choice is available help preserve our environment by booking a "Green" hotel.
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Cheap Birmingham Hotels - Discount Hotel in Birmingham
Comments: Sandi B. from Palm Springs, CA USA - Tell people in their property brochures what they're doing to be green, put some employees in charge of environmental concerns, have green competitions among the employees.
Comments: Wes P. from Lawton, Ok US - Water could be conserved with low volume toilets, have people share their lodging experience at sites like green hotels & lodging, teach their employees about sustainability.
Comments: suan s. from Birmingham, AL USA - Put energy sensors that control energy use in the common areas, install bulk soap dispensers in bathrooms, the property should conserve water with low flow faucet aerators.
Comments: Kaycee M. from baltimore, md US - Tell people through advertising what they're doing to be green, put a person responsible for environmental initiatives, have labeled recycle trash baskets in the guestrooms.
Comments: Lynne A. from Bradenton, FL US - Use environmentally safe laundry detergent, tell their guests what they're doing to be sustainable, put energy sensors that control energy use in parking areas.
Comments: Kilamani X. from PR - Exchange lighting with energy saving compact fluorescents, put energy sensors that control energy use in parking areas, the property should conserve water with low flow showerheads.
Quality Inn 3910 Kilgore Memorial Drive, Birmingham, Alabama 35210
Comments: p t. from Siloam Springs, AR USA - Outdoor areas should have new CFL bulbs installed, provide support to environmentally friendly organizations, put some employees in charge of environmental concerns.
Comments: Jeanenne B. from Dayton, OH USA - Don't have the staff clean the towels every night, get some expert advice on how to be more environmentally friendly, support sustainability for the community by buying from local companies.