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Radisson LAX Hotel Earns 4-Key Rating with Green Key Program


LOS ANGELES—In keeping with its pursuit of environmental stewardship and accountability, the Radisson Los Angeles Airport Hotel has joined the Green Key Eco-Rating Program as a member and registered hotel, and is pleased to announce the achievement of a 4-Key rating. A 4-Key rating demonstrates that the Radisson LAX has shown national industry leadership and commitment to protecting the environment through wide ranging policies and practices.

Green Key Global provides a voluntary and self-administered rating system designed to recognize hotels that are committed to improving their environmental and fiscal performance. Based upon the results of a comprehensive audit, member hotels are rated on a scale of 1 to 5 Green Keys, and provided guidance on identifying opportunities to reduce environmental impacts.

“We found the Green Key audit to be a wonderful tool in helping us continue to improve our environmental efforts,” said Cindy Boulton, the hotel’s area managing director. “The system focused on examining the operational practices of all departments, and provided direction for how we can build upon our existing green initiatives.”

Originating in Canada, the Green Key Eco-Rating Program expanded its operations into the United States in September 2009, partnering with LRA Worldwide. Since opening its rating system to U.S. lodging establishments, 35 properties in the United States have joined as members. The Radisson LAX became the eighth property in California to receive a Green Key Rating.

“Our participation with the Green Key program will continue to enhance our status as a green hotel, as we will be using the member tools and property-specific recommendations to continue to improve upon our operations,” Boulton added.

Go to the Radisson Los Angeles Airport Hotel and Green Key Global.