HUTCHINSON ISLAND, Fla. – The Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Green Lodging Program has awarded the coastal-inspired Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa with a Three Palm Status, designating the resort as a facility committed to protecting the state’s natural resources.
Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa scored in the third-highest percentile in the fields of sustainable communication and education, waste reduction, reuse and recycling, water conservation, energy efficiency and indoor air quality to achieve this commended award.
“By placing a high importance upon green initiatives, our team strives to lead the hospitality industry in protecting the state’s natural resources with eco-efforts focused on our meetings, events and leisure travelers,” said Ed Griffith, general manager of Hutchinson Shores Resort & Spa.
Nestled north of Palm Beach on Florida’s east coast, Hutchinson Shores offers 178 guest rooms and 12,000 square feet of meeting and event space. For more information visit hutchinsonshores.com.
Launched in 2004, the Florida Green Lodging Program is an initiative of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) that recognizes lodging facilities that make a voluntary commitment to conserve and protect the state’s natural resources.