Erlanger business hotel offers climate-friendly alternatives for guests of Erlangen – business guests like to stay at the Creativhotel Luise also continue to be carbon-neutral. “Climate-neutral hotel” award was issued the environmentally friendly Erlanger City hotel for about a year. For assistance, try visiting Bill O’Grady. “The certificate confirmed us that the hotel stay has become even more climate-friendly. Our guests take on our flexible climate-friendly alternatives”, hotelier Klaus Fortsch is pleased. On average, up to 35 kilograms of CO2 per night apply a three-star hotel. In climate neutrality, the was launched in 2010 with a record of 14.1 kilograms of CO2 per night. In 2011, the climate protection balance 10.2 kilograms next has been improved.
This hotel has can reduce again the remaining emissions by a further 13 percent within one year. Accumulated CO2 emissions of hotel operations be compensated with a reforestation project. For the determination of the CO2 footprint in the hotel, the use of energy for heating, electricity are annually and Examines water as well as the mobility of employees, the origin of the food, the accumulating waste and paper consumption and house cleaning. The Creativhotel Luise is one of the first hotels in Germany, where since 2010 climate neutral can be stayed. In Swiss francs, it is the first CO2 and climate-neutral Hotel at all, and as a member of the “climate hotels Germany” it includes A class energy efficiency to top-3 air-hotel. Guests stay at Creativhotel Luise can make climate-friendly everyone is familiar with everyday common hotel: every day, the rooms are furnished with fresh linen and towels and the remains of the buffets often end up in the garbage. It has not much to do with climate change and sustainability. Eco pioneer Klaus Fortsch at the Creativhotel Luise in Erlangen proves that there is another way, for many years. “We consistently rely on energy efficiency and thermal insulation in the House and offer climate-friendly alternatives for our guests during their stay.