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SPOKANE, WASH.—Ecova, an energy and sustainability management company, announced a newly upgraded service which will provide multi-site commercial and industrial companies with greater visibility into resource performance, from the portfolio level down to the site level. Ecova’s new Resource Benchmarking Report makes the power of big energy and water data actionable, helping companies better understand how their energy and water use compares across their portfolio of locations, as well as to peer locations in their region or sector.
OKLAHOMA CITY—ClimateMaster will showcase the latest in its Tranquility line of geothermal and water-source heat pumps, including the first geothermal heat pump product line integrating digital communicating controls, at Greenbuild 2013 booth No. 2401, November 20 to 22 in Philadelphia.
PORDENONE, ITALY—Electrolux Professional announced that the range of high spin washers that have earned the Energy Star has now increased to include washers with a capacity larger than 105 litres (up to 45 pounds).
NATIONAL REPORT—Getting guests to forego linen laundering is one way to reduce linen-related costs and their associated environmental footprint. Another way is to choose linen that is inherently environmentally advantageous—in other words, its reduced footprint is built into its very fibers. Still another way is to choose a supplier that not only is concerned about the product itself but also the supply chain behind it, how it is made, and what happens to it at the end of its life. When considering environmental impact, there is no perfect sheet or pillow case. Cotton, unless it is certified organic, requires a significant amount of herbicides and pesticides to grow and maintain. As versatile as polyester is, it is petroleum-derived. Fortunately, through research and testing, suppliers have figured out ways to at least reduce the environmental impact of their products and, in some cases, even introduce new fiber types into their textile blends—those made from eucalyptus or beech trees, for example.
MANCHESTER, N.H.—Xeros, the innovator of an ultra low water cleaning system, announced that it has officially opened its North American headquarters in Manchester, N.H. The company also named three industry veterans to lead its North American sales and operations and to support its current customers. The appointees include Jonathan Benjamin as President North America; David Kaupp, Vice President of Marketing; and Jim Basler as Director of Operations.
MUSKEGON, MICH.—EarthTronics is now offering its 10 watt BR30 EarthBulb LED floodlight to provide 685 lumens with a 110 degree beam angle for full radial illumination and the capability of dimming to less than 5 percent.
MILWAUKEE, WIS.—Telkonet, Inc., whose business divisions include EcoSmart, an intelligent energy management system and EthoStream, one of the largest high-speed Internet access providers in the world, has introduced its EcoInsight intelligent thermostat.
BETHESDA, MD.—LG Electronics has been honored with Marriott International’s 2013 Supplier Sustainability Award. The annual award recognizes the Marriott supplier that has made a significant impact on its guests and properties through innovative ideas toward helping Marriott meet its sustainability goals.
CLEVELAND, OHIO—Hasek Communications, the Cleveland, Ohio-based publisher of Green Lodging News, welcomes GE Lighting as a Founding Sponsor. GE Lighting offers next-generation, energy-efficient lighting and intelligent devices for the hospitality industry. GE Lighting partners with hospitality professionals to create lighting plans that get the most out of every space. The company’s comprehensive portfolio allows customers to maximize energy savings, minimize maintenance and add to LEED credits.
WALTHAM, MASS.—American DG Energy Inc., a leading On-Site Utility, offering clean electricity, heat, hot water and cooling solutions to hospitality, healthcare, housing and athletic facilities, announced that its primary supplier of equipment was recently awarded a patent for lower emissions on all of their combined heat and power (CHP) and chiller systems.
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