Pulse October 2018 - Page 66

souNd off do you EvEr WoNdEr how your THIS MONTH’S QUESTION: peers would handle a situation? Maybe you’re curious what other leaders in the spa industry have to say on a certain subject. In Sound Off, we ask ISPA members from differing backgrounds, countries and companies the same question and see how their answers compare. “How has your company integrated sustainability into its workplace culture?” liNdsay EbbiN Matt turNEr lyNNE MaEstro viviaN valENty Co-founder/President Make up factory Director of Healing Arts & Spa cavallo Point National Sales & Communications Director Perron rigot inc. President/Founder dazzle dry We have recycled bins for everything in our corporate office, reduce use of all plastics, lights off when there is minimal staff to conserve energy, energy saver air units, energy saver fridge, reuse back side of paper for in- house paperwork and have filtered water instead of plastic bottles in corporate office. In a national park at the foot of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, our LEED Gold certified lodge features recycled materials, non-toxic products, energy-efficient facilities and more. The hotel works to promote green hospitality practices and has partnered with sustainability institutes and community- minded foundations. The Healing Arts Center & Spa offers organic treatments, products and linens and integrative medicine services. We are taking green measures... we’ve provided glass water bottles (BKR) to our team, placed specific recycle containers in each team’s office and shut down overhead lights throughout the course of the day. Every little bit makes a difference! We use packaging peanuts made from biodegradable material instead of plastic to fill dead space in shipping boxes. We have recycling containers in every room to encourage every employee to separate trash. n kEEP aN EyE oN your iNbox for the next ISPA Snapshot Survey, where you can answer upcoming Sound Off questions for the chance to be featured here. 64 PULSE ■ October 2018