B&B Innkeeper soap collection challenge



Going to the 4th annual Mid-Atlantic Innkeepers Show in Lancaster, Pa. in early March? Don’t forget to bring your soaps and shampoos. Innkeeper Patty Harrison of The Hummingbird Inn in Goshen, Va., is offering $100 “cold cash” to the B&B partner who brings the most soap and shampoos (measured by weight) to the conference. All soaps and bottled amenities …

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Clean the World hits Jackpot with Ameristar Casinos, Inc.

Adding to our growing portfolio of impressive hotel properties, Clean the World proudly welcomes Las Vegas-based Ameristar Casinos, Inc. to our hospitality partnership program. Ameristar’s eight properties in seven distinct markets have joined Clean the World to recycle guest room soaps and bottled amenities and raise the company’s profile for corporate social responsibility (CSR) and …

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Clean the World Spain launches in Canary Islands

As we broaden the reach of our global “hygiene revolution,” Clean the World recycling operations centers will be established in strategic areas around the world.
Well, we’ve just put a flag in the ground on the Canary Islands.Clean the World Spain has been established in the Canary Islands, a Spanish archipelago off the northwest coast of …

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Toronto’s Turtle Island Recycling helps Clean the World

Clean the World and Turtle Island Recycling have launched an operational partnership in Toronto.  Our soap recycling operations center is open for business and ready to receive soaps and bottled amenities from Eastern and Central Canada. The Clean the World-Turtle Island Recycling facility joins another soap recycling operation in Vancouver, a partnership with Mission Possible, …

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