Using recycled flooring, eliminating paper towels and installing LED lighting can help make locker rooms more environmentally friendly. Photo courtesy of Essenza Architecture.
Locker rooms are high-traffic areas that use large amounts of energy and water, and purchasing products that reduce the amount of energy and water wasted can be good for both the environment and a club’s bottom line. The Columbia Association, a Columbia, MD-based nonprofit organization that operates three health clubs, implemented large-scale energy saving measures in its locker rooms, including energy recovery units that use existing heat in the air to help heat air coming in and ...
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