As the COP26 Climate Change Conference comes to an end, the global climate crisis has never been so prevalent. Each one of us can help tackle climate change and do our bit to protect the planet.
At Culbin Edge, we aim to be as eco-friendly as possible. So, what are we doing?
Built to be efficient
Culbin Edge was built with energy efficiency in mind. As a modular build, it was designed to generate less waste than other forms of construction, and also built using as many sustainable materials as possible.
The walls and ceilings are lined with Fermacell, which is made using recycled material and offers improved fire resistance and insulation. The efficient insulation helps Culbin Edge stay toasty in the winter and cool in the summer.
The appliances in Culbin Edge’s kitchen have an A+ energy rating. We choose the most energy-efficient appliances we can, and we would always encourage guests to be mindful of their energy usage during their stay.
During your stay at Culbin Edge you can enjoy a bit of sustainable luxury. We stock hand wash, body wash and body lotion from Laura Thomas Co. Each product comes in a refillable glass bottle, including the diffuser which we also stock, and we love them! We even have some Laura Thomas Co. towels too.
Positive impact products
Even the toilet paper at Culbin Edge does good for the world! We stock Who Gives a Crap toilet paper. 50% of the profits from each roll of toilet paper goes to helping build toilets for people who do not have access to one (that’s currently 2 billion people or roughly 40% of the world’s population). And there is no nasty plastic packaging – even better!
Next in our plan to continue improving energy efficient is solar panels. These will be installed at Culbin Edge soon and we’ll let you know on Facebook when they are up and running.
Here’s to being green!