Project Planet :: Our Programs
Project Planet is a name recognized around the world as the hospitality industry's leader in environmental linens and towels re-use programs. This program can be used by any hotel brand. Products can be purchased as a start-up kit (at a savings) which include everything a hotel will need to implement this environmental and money savings program or products can be purchased individually.
 
 
InterContinental Hotels Group "Conserving for Tomorrow Program" is the environmental program developed exclusively for InterContinental Hotels Group. Over half of the entire Intercontinental Hotels Group properties are participating in the Conserving For Tomorrow Linens and Towels Re-Use Program. The materials for this program can be purchased only through Project Planet Corporation. For more information about the InterContinental Hotels Group visit www.ichotelsgroup.com or call 1-877-424-2449.
 
 
Caribbean Cares is the Linens and Towels Reuse program developed specifically for hospitality properties in the Caribbean, with full support of The Caribbean Hotel Association (CHA) and CAST (Caribbean Action for Sustainable Tourism). Visit the Caribbean Hotel Association for more information. The materials for this program can be purchased only through Project Planet Corporation.
 
 
The Military Lodging program has been designed specifically for use by the Military. Products are designed using specific military logos on the backs as well as integrating a red, white and blue color scheme with the animals on the fronts. Start up kits are available (at a savings) which include everything a lodge will need to implement this environmental money savings program or products can be purchased individually.
 
 
Southwest Florida Water Management District
The Water Conservation Hotel and Motel Program (Water CHAMP) helps hotels and motels save water and money while practicing more efficient housekeeping and landscaping. This free education program helps hotels and motels save water for Florida's future in ways that save money. Part of the program involves a linen and towel reuse program that launders bed linens and towels every third day of a guest's stay unless requested otherwise by guests. Contact the coordinator at 1-800-423-1476 ext 4782 or email them at to participate in this program.
 
 
Northwest Florida Water Management District
The Northwest Florida Water Management District stretches from the St. Marks River Basin in Jefferson County to the Perdido River in Escambia County. It serves Bay, Calhoun, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Leon, Liberty, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Wakulla, Walton, Washington and western Jefferson County. Contact Lucinda Scott at the District Headquarters Office 850-539-5999 to become a part of the free program that helps hotels and motels save water by implementing a towels and linens reuse program.
 
 
South Florida Water Management District
The South Florida Water Management District is a regional governmental agency responsible for water quality, flood control, water supply and environmental restoration in 16 counties, from Orlando to the Florida Keys.Please contact Robert Wanvestraut by phone at 561-682-2054 or email at
 
 
Denver Colorado
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Hotels and motels in the Denver Colorado area interested in a Linens and Towels program developed specifically for hospitality properties in Denver should contact at to learn more about participating in this program.
 
 
Fort Collins
Hotels and motels in the City of Fort Collins, Colorado interested in participating in a Linens and Towels program developed specifically for hospitality properties in Fort Collins should contact: with Fort Collins Utilities, 970-221-6877 Phone, 970-221-6619 Fax, .
 
 
Project Planet is more than just signage in the guest room. We offer a complete program that when implemented correctly communicates and raises the awareness of conservation among employees as well as guests. This program offers a variety of products to promote Project Planet for both the back of the house as well as public areas.
 
 

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