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The lodge was built using the lowest possible quantity of concrete in order to minimize the use of locally mined aggregates and construction waste materials, by using imported pre-fabricated steel columns and beams. Steel is a highly recyclable material and cleaner in the whole construction process; Concrete is not recyclable. Natural Galapagos lava stone and tiles, cut locally by collecting stones by hand on selected sites with the approval of the National Park Service, are used on most floors and walls. Tiles are cleaned with high water pressure alone, without using chemicals or paints.

 

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Community Contribution (Local Staff/Owner, Helping Community, Social Responsibility)

Environmental Footprint (Solar Panels, Promoting Short Showers, No Daily Washing, Automatically Turned-Off Appliances)

Planet Care (No Single-Use Plastics, Organic Toiletries, Digital Check-In, Option To Fill Water Bottle)

Awareness (Eco-Friendly Activities, Preservation Of Local Plants, No Caged Wildlife)

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