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Green consulting is a new field that specializes in assisting hotel / resort owners and businesses adjust to the Green economy. Le Green consulting firm analyzes many aspects of a business, and find ways that that business can become more environmentally friendly. The job of a green resort consultant is to recommend sustainable, green resorts, which they feel meet the criteria of green resorts. We provide practical and sustainable solutions to energy and environmental needs to reduce costs and minimize impacts.Le Green Hotels offers consultancy in the following fields

1. Solar Power in Resorts


Solar power
is the conversion of sunlight  into electricity, either directly using photovoltaics(PV), or indirectly using concentrated solar power (CSP). Concentrated solar power systems use lenses or mirrors and tracking systems to focus a large area of sunlight into a small beam. Photovoltaics convert light into electric current using the photoelectric effect.

2. Waste Management in Resorts


For the hospitality industry, the waste created by daily operations is an ongoing challenge. In addition to incurring the costs of waste disposal, hotels need to also allocate valuable back-of-the house space for waste to be stored and sorted. For hotels, a good waste management strategy results in greater operational efficiencies, keeping waste out of the landfill, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

3. Rainwater harvesting

Rainwater harvesting
is the accumulating and storing of rainwater for reuse before it reaches the aquifer. It has been used to provide drinking water for live stock, water for irrigation, as well as other typical uses. Rainwater collected from the roofs of the buildings can make an important contribution to the availability of drinking water. It can supplement the subsoil water level and increase urban greenery.

Rainwater harvesting systems can be simple to construct from inexpensive local materials, and are potentially successful in most habitable locations. Roof rainwater may not be potable and may require treatment before consumption. Although some rooftop materials may produce rainwater that would be harmful to human health as drinking water, it can be useful in flushing toilets, washing clothes, watering the garden, and washing cars; these uses alone have the amount of water used by a typical home

4. Bio Gas

Biogas
typically refers to a gas produced by the biological breakdown of  organic matter in the absence of Oxygen . Organic waste such as dead plant and animal material, animal feces, and kitchen waste can be converted into a gaseous fuel called biogas.

5. Wind energy

Wind power in an open air stream is thus proportional to the third power of the wind speed; the available power increases eightfold when the wind speed doubles. Wind turbines for grid electricity therefore need to be especially efficient at greater wind speeds.

6. Organic farming

Organic farming
is the form of agriculture that relies on techniques such as crop rotation, green manure, compost and biological pest control. Organic farming is done using only natural and organic materials. It relies on ecological processes, biodiversity and cycles adapted to local conditions, rather than the use of inputs with adverse effects. Increasing environmental awareness in the general population has transformed the originally supply-driven movement to a demand-driven one. Premium prices and some government subsidies attracted farmers.

 

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