Hotels & Lodging Facilities
Virginia Green is the Commonwealth of Virginia’s campaign to promote environmentally-friendly practices in all aspects of Virginia’s tourism industry. Virginia Green has established "core activities" specific to each sector of tourism, and these practices are considered the required minimum for participation in the program. However, Virginia Green encourages its participants to reduce their environmental impacts in all aspects of their operations, and this profile provides a full list of all their “green” activities. These are the activities that guests / customers can expect to find when they visit this facility.
Hyatt Place Charlottesville is the city's only LEED Certified Hotel.
At Hyatt Place Charlottesville, sustainability is extremely important to us. We our proud of the efforts that we have put in place to make staying with us a healthy choice for our guests and our planet.
We have installed 2 electric car charging stations for our guests with energy efficient vehicles.
Virginia Green Activities
This facility pledges that they:
Offer optional linen serviceRecycle
Reduce solid wasteUse water efficientlyConserve energyOffer a green events package
| - Have in place clearly marked recycling bins or provide convenient drop-off locations for guests to recycle: |
| - Glass Bottles |
| - Plastic Bottles |
| - Aluminum cans |
| - Printer/ copy machine toner cartridges |
| - Cardboard |
| - Fluorescent lamps |
| - Batteries |
| - Electronics equipment such as computers, etc. |
| - Other Activities: Recycle plastic buckets|
| - Include the availability of "green meetings/conferences" in marketing packages (see the factsheet on Environmentally-Responsible Conferences & Events) |
For more information on HyattPlace Charlottesville, see
or contact Sara Bishop at firstname.lastname@example.org or 434-995-5200.
For more information on the Virginia Green program, see www.deq.state.va.us/Programs/PollutionPrevention/VirginiaGreen.aspx.
Virginia Green is a partnership supported by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, the Virginia Hospitality & Tourism Association, and the Virginia Tourism Corporation.