The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has changed the rules under which it decides which facilities to use for meetings; it will now include environmental achievement along with such factors as price and past performance when evaluating hotel properties. The agency has come up with a 14-point checklist for planners to use when choosing meeting space. Among them: a recycling program, linen/towel reuse option, policy to turn off lighting and air conditioning when rooms are not in use, ...

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