Introduction; Environmental management; Water management; Energy management; Management of the indoor environment; Materials and waste management; Index.
'There is a considerable need for this text which effectively
relates general environmental issues to the hospitality industry
and which underpins theoretical discussion with case material,
optimum performance figures and appropriate references. I am
certain that this will be very well received by both lecturers,
practitioners and students associated with the hospitality
Stuart Jauncey, School of Hotel and Catering Management, Oxford Brookes University
"Because of the wealth of information that it contains, I feel the book is also potentially of value as an operational handbook for hospitality managers....As the book stands, it establishes at long last a significant bridge-head bringing environmental subject knowledge into the hospitality curriculum."
Progress in Tourism and Hospitality Research
'It [Environmental Management for Hotels] presents technical and
operational aspects of the subject with the elegance and thoroughness
that we have come to expect of Professor Kirk, providing first a discussion
of environmental policy, followed by details of the main environmental
management areas, notably water, waste and energy.
Because of the wealth of information that it contains, I feel the book is
also potentially of value as an operational handbook for hospitality
managers. It must also be a significant resource for companies wishing to
design and mount training courses to support environmental policies.'
Progress in Tourism & Hospitality Research, November 1996