Austin Green Business Leader | Featured Member: Castle Hill Fitness
You may have heard of the Austin Green Business Leader program, but perhaps are still unsure of how the program works or who the members are. We’ll be featuring different members throughout the year to introduce these great business that are helping make Austin an even better place to live and do business!
Who is Castle Hill Fitness?
Castle Hill Fitness is a Gold level gym that offers 85+ Fitness, Cycling, Pilates and Yoga classes per week, boot camps, personal training, massage, skin care, neuromuscular theraphy (NMT), acupuncture and an organic café.
What makes them a Green Business Leader?
Currently, Castle Hill is the only fitness club/gym that is recognized by the City of Austin as a Green Business Leader. The fitness center has many green initiatives to provide a healthy and resource efficient environment. For example, they provide uncannily comfortable & clean air, high efficient commercial A/C systems, bio-degradable chemicals for all aspects of cleaning and Flicker-free electronic lighting w/full spectrum lamps. What differentiates Castle Hill Fitness from other businesses is their water efficiency program. Fitness centers consume a lot of water and finding ways for reductions isn’t always easy. By installing water efficient showerheads and faucets, they were able to save over 17,000 gallons of water per month compared to the year before.
Is your business a green business?
If so, we encourage you to join this elite group of members and be recognized as Austin Green Business Leader. Open enrollment happens only once year from January 1 through the month of February. This is the only time that scorecards will be reviewed and new members are invited into the program. Download the scorecard today to get started on your application! Learn more about the Austin Green Leader Program.
Members of the Austin Green Business Leaders are companies that have filled-out and submitted a scorecard that demonstrates their commitment to sustainable business practices in the seven categories of energy, resource management, water, transportation, healthy work environment, community stewardship, and communications and outreach. These community leaders have adopted a business model that protects the environment, enhances the community, supports local culture, and maintains a healthy workplace, all of which can positively affect their bottom line. They understand that, especially in Austin, Green Business is Good Business.