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Seattle’s Hyatt Regency Marks Sustainable Practices

The Hyatt Regency Seattle, the first and only LEED Gold-Certified hotel in Emerald City, opened its doors in December 2018.

The hotel boasts various environmentally sustainable features, including using regionally sourced, manufactured, and recycled materials during construction and reducing construction waste.

Additionally, the building uses 30% less water than comparable buildings, thanks to dual flush toilets and low-flow plumbing fixtures. Guests can take advantage of numerous green transportation options, with the hotel located within blocks of over 60 separate public transportation routes. The hotel also offers a range of sustainable dining options, including Andare Kitchen, which sources high-quality locally-grown produce, and Daniel’s Broiler, which boasts USDA Prime steaks and an award-winning wine list.

All food and compostable waste is sent to Cedar Grove to be composted, helping to divert 350,000 tons of yard and food waste from landfills in Washington State. Overall, the Hyatt Regency Seattle is committed to fostering sustainable environmental practices for a better future.


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