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Landmark Resort Green Initiatives


Landmark Resort is committed to applying green practices through its facilities, guest rooms and beyond and is proud to be a Green Partner with TripAdvisor.


Vacation Myrtle Beach Responsibly Green









Below is a list of green practices currently in place at Landmark Resort:

Recycling is practiced for the following products:

  • Cardboard
  • Printer cartridges
  • Metal
  • Cooking oil for biodiesel

Majority use of the following ENERGY STAR qualified products:

  • Guest room TV’s and TV equipment
  • Guest room refrigerators
  • Air conditioners in guest rooms
  • Many windows
  • Pool and hot tub heaters

Majority of the following paper products contain recycled material:

  • Toilet paper
  • Facial tissue
  • Office paper
  • Paper towels
  • Majority of toiletries are locally produced and contain at least 50% recycled packaging
  • Reusable food service items are used for on-site dining; majority of take-out items are provided with recyclable food service items

On-site green equipment and additional products include:

  • Energy efficient boilers/furnaces
  • Installed 5 pump pro variable speed domestic booster pumps resulting in extensive savings on utilities and qualifying for the Santee Cooper Trade Allies program
  • Majority of lighting in the front of the house, back of the house and building exterior make use of automatic lighting controls
  • Majority of guestroom bathroom fixtures meet flow and flush standards
  • Majority of facility cleaning, laundry and/or dishwashing products are Environmental Choice EcoLodge certified
  • South facing overhangs and tree shading as well as window films/tinting are used to reduce energy use
  • Use of cool roofing
  • Use of low VOC paints, primers, adhesives and sealants
  • Minimum of 75% of interior light bulbs are energy efficient

On-site green practices include:

  • Towel and linen reuse program
  • Staff training on green practices
  • Indoor cooling set-point is at 72 degrees or higher and the indoor heating set-point is 72 degrees or lower
  • Preventive maintenance plan that checks building energy and water equipment
  • Tracking of water usage on a regular basis
  • Outdoor irrigation is in place with minimized use of herbicides, pesticides and chemicals used in landscaping making use of a majority of native plants
  • Integrated pest management plan for non-toxic pest control with less reliance on chemical treatment is in place


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