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Water Usage

  • - By adjusting washing machine cycles, the resort saves 311,784 gallons of water each year.
  • - Changed more than 400 shower heads to low-flow models, reducing average flow from five gallons per minute to two and a half.
  • - Encourage guests to use towels and washcloths more than once and giving them the option of having their sheets replaced after their stay is complete.
  • - Developed a non-potable wastewater treatment system to recycle the treated water and returning it to drainage areas for recharge of the aquifer.
  • - The installation of the shower heads, along with the linen service options and the closed-circuit snowmaking system, allowed Seven Springs to save 3.6 million gallons of water each year.
  • - In conjunction with the Pennsylvania Recreation and Park Society, constructed a rain garden to allow storm water to soak into the ground instead of flowing into storm drains and ultimately into streams. Runoff causes erosion, pollution and flooding.
  • - Reduced repetitive, unnecessary wash cycles, which saved 18 minutes and approximately 75 gallons per load.

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