Napa Valley inn goes green

January 14, 2013 by  

The Inn on First, located in Napa, is showing its true colors by going green and adopting a more eco-friendly atmosphere.

A number of changes have been implemented recently at the inn, including reusable stainless steel water bottles, instead of the previous plastic ones, and a variety of new bath products. In its efforts to adopt a greener, more earth-friendly attitude, the inn has also started using energy-saving lightbulbs and other environmentally conscious solutions.

Jim Gunther, one of the innkeepers, stated,

“The Inn on First is happy to contribute to an improved way of living and environmental consciousness. We are a proud member of the Green Hotels Association, The bay area green business association, and have been certified by the California green lodging association.”

Business chances often prompt a variety of printing services to be required from local print companies. Businesses who adopt a “green” environment may choose to announce their new attitude and efforts to customers through flyer printing, poster printing, and other means – ensuring of course that materials are recycled after use. Brochure printers may also be used to keep customers informed about green policies and environmentally friendly practices.

In addition to the new collection of natural bath products and reusable stainless steel water bottles, other environmentally friendly steps the Inn on First has taken includes guest rooms that are climate controlled, a towel service that is by request only, recycling bins located in each guest room, tank-less water heaters, reduced flow water sources, kitchen waste and garden composting, and a variety of other green, eco-friendly solutions.