Guest contributor: Shelby Jones, Public Relations Manager, ISPA It was once the exclusive realm of granola-crunching hippies, but it looks like greening is here to stay, and that’s a good thing! Spas have been at the forefront of the green movement with efforts like offering treatment ingredients sourced from their on-site organic gardens, low-flow water fixtures, recycling programs and obtaining LEED certification. In fact, 85 percent of spas in the U.S. are applying environmentally sustainable practices. Want to ride the sustainable spa wave for Spa Week? Book yourself one of the treatments in green in our $50 directory. With Earth Day right around the corner, here are ideas to help you green up your business. Good for the environment and your bottom-line. Paint your company green. Green marketing doesn’t = spending lots of green. Like what you’re clicking? If you’re in the spa industry, we encourage you to become a member of our partner ISPA; the International Spa Association, weekly e-mails with pointers like these are just one small part of the package to help you succeed! One Response Green Out Your Spa Week at Natural Body Spa | Spa Week Daily April 12, 2011 […] #1 importance for Natural Body Spa, which has14 locations participating in Spa Week this week. In ISPA’s post this morning we learned 85% of spas are implementing environmentally sustainable practices, but as one of the […] Reply Start a Conversation to Green Out Your Spa Week at Natural Body Spa | Spa Week Daily Cancel a Conversation Connect with Enter your WordPress.com blog URL http://.wordpress.com Proceed Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.