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Country Inn & Suites, Bountiful, UT recycles shampoo, lotion and soap to help reduce the spread of preventable diseases
Bountiful, Utah | November 18, 2013
In an effort to give back to the community and conserve waste, Country Inn & Suites, Bountiful, UT now recycles used shampoo, conditioner, lotion and soap in partnership with Clean the World, an organization that recycles partially used hotel bath amenities.
Clean the World collects, sanitizes and recycles the hotel’s leftover bath amenities, which are distributed to homeless shelters in the United States, and in countries where there is a high rate of death from hygiene-related illnesses.
“We are excited to begin working with Clean the World,” said Grant Dahlstrom, general manager, Country Inn & Suites, Bountiful, UT. “It is great to see these items will no longer go to waste and will provide great benefit to communities around the world.”
For more information or to schedule an interview with Grant Dahlstrom or Clean the World contact, Shanell Marinuzzi at email@example.com or +1 (801) 725-1415.
About Country Inns & Suites By CarlsonSM
Country Inns & Suites By CarlsonSM is a leading mid-market brand with over 470 hotels operating throughout the world primarily in the United States, Canada, India and Latin America. The brand’s Be Our Guest service philosophy encourages employees to serve guests with the same kind and caring spirit given to friends when they are being hosted at home. Signature and complimentary brand amenities include high-speed Internet access, hot breakfast served on classic dining ware, fitness centers and business centers. For reservations and more information visit, www.countryinns.com or the brand’s newsroom at www.countryinns.newsroom.com
About Clean the World
Clean the World Foundation Inc. is a social enterprise with the mission of saving millions of lives around the world. Clean the World leads a Global Hygiene Revolution to distribute recycled soap and hygiene products from nearly 2,000 hospitality partners to children and families in countries suffering from high death rates due to the top two killers of children – acute respiratory infection (pneumonia) and diarrheal diseases (cholera). Since 2009, Clean the World has distributed more than 14 million bars of soap in nearly 70 countries. Through the "ONE Project," Clean the World provides hygiene kits to the homeless and families in transition throughout North America. More information: http://www.cleantheworld.org