I was especially glad to speak with Glamour Magazing, TreeHugger, Organic Spa Magazine, American Salon, Spa Magazine and several other national outlets. Given our own struggles with local-media attention, I think the rate at which American businesses adopt & implement eco-friendly, energy-efficient practices will depend more upon the quality and quantity of coverage from national outlets like those at Eco-Luxe.
Being an Eco-Friendly spa I am constantly looking for ways to do good for our environment. Currently I pay my waste removal company for three different types of dumpsters. One for trash, one for paper and cardboard, and one for metal. It seems crazy that we have to pay extra to do the right thing. It's kind of like trying to eat right but at a higher cost.
Being good to our environment can come in all sorts of different shapes and sizes - for eco- jewelry designers, being organic doesn't mean diddly, but aggressively rethinking how their products and creations are manufactured from start (earth) to finish (box-in-hand) certainly does. And that my friends, is the fastest path towards sustainably positive change...
I know you will enjoy this incredible experience and we are so pleased to be offering for you. This treatment is perfect for the bride-to-be, mother of the bride, and the bridal party. Perfect for couples for honeymoon, anniversary and romance. We invite you to experience the Javanese Lulur......A Royal Celebration of Love
From Suzie's Spa Blog over at SpaFinder: Eco-Embedded Spas: A Deeper Shade of Green: Back in 2005, SpaFinder identified the eco-spa boom, crystallizing the first industry definition, still widely used today. In our 2007 forecast.. I have to agree with Suzie regarding what it means