Lynnhaven Fish House
Virginia Beach, VA
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.
Lynnhaven Fish House
The Lynnhaven Fish House Restaurant has been overlooking the Chesapeake Bay for 27 years. In our 'casually elegant' dining room we offer the largest selection of fresh fish in all of Hampton Roads, have a strong and longtime supporting staff and a view that is second to none.
Virginia Green Activities
This facility pledges that they:
Minimize the use of disposable food service itemsRecycle Grease
Recycle and Reduce Waste
| - Filter the grease to prolong its life |
Use Water Efficiently
| - Glass (required for Virginia Green) |
| - Toner Cartridges |
| - Donate excess food from events |
| - Have an effective food inventory control to minimize waste |
| - Purchase locally grown produce and other foods |
| - Purchase organic and / or 'sustainably-grown' foods |
| - Use screen based ordering systems |
| - Use high-efficiency hand dryers |
| - Purchase recycled content paper towels and toilet paper |
| - Use a last-in/first-out inventory & effective labeling systems |
| - Encourage suppliers to minimize packaging and other waste materials |
| - Purchase durable equipment and furniture |
| - Use reused building materials or those from sustainable sources |
| - Use latex paints that are low-VOC |
| - Perform preventative maintenance on all appliances, HVAC systems, plumbing, and vehicles |
| - Perform preventative maintenance to stop drips and leaks |
| - Use water-flow metering to discover leaks and areas of high use |
| - Have low flow toilets (use 1.6 gallons or less per flush - 1.6 gpf) |
| - Have waterless urinals |
| - Discourage water-based cleanup (sweep first) |
| - Use ceiling fans |
| - Perform preventative maintenance on HVAC system |
| - Have ENERGY STAR qualified windows and doors |
For more information on Lynnhaven Fish House, see
or contact Christopher Kyrus and John Chapman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 757-481-0003.
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.