Vendor Case Studies

Do you have a success story you'd like to share? Green Lodging News offers suppliers/vendors the opportunity to provide real-life examples of how a hotel, motel, resort, inn or lodge successfully used a product or service in order to operate more profitably—through saving energy, eliminating waste, and conserving natural resources. Case studies may include photos, charts and links to websites that provide supportive information. Each success story will have its own page on Green Lodging News.

Case study criteria:

1. Maximum 1,000 words (subject to editing by Green Lodging News).
2. Up to four images (high- or low-res jpeg files are preferred).
3. Case studies must provide specific examples of how a property used a product or service, how it saved energy, eliminated waste and/or conserved natural resources.
4. Case studies may include any type of product or service used in the lodging industry—from guestroom energy management systems to ice machines to consulting services.

To get started, call Glenn Hasek, Green Lodging News publisher, at (813) 510-3868, or contact him by e-mail at editor@greenlodgingnews.com. When a case study is added to the Green Lodging News site, it will be linked to from the publisher's weekly column and an announcement will appear on the home page.


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Hilton Concord Revamps On-premises Laundry Operations with New Electrolux Professional Washers & Dryers

12/15/2013

INWOOD, N.Y.—When one thinks about the highlights of a hotel property, amenities, restaurants, and overall service come to mind. The on-premises laundry room likely doesn’t figure into even the top 100 features. But if your business is efficiency and turning a property into the pinnacle of green lodging, the laundry room certainly might warrant top billing.


MyVerdafero—Utility Optimization Software Platform Helps Hilton Concord Stay a Leader in Sustainability

12/14/2013

CONCORD, CALIF.—The Hilton Concord, located in the suburban community of Concord in the East Bay of San Francisco, has implemented an array of sustainability initiatives designed to significantly reduce the environmental footprint of the hotel while achieving increased net cash flow from operating cost reductions and creating added asset value. The hotel is owned and operated by Interstate Hotels & Resorts.


Proactively Encasing Mattresses Benefits Hotel, Guests & the Environment

12/12/2013

CHICAGO—Hotels around the world are increasing sustainability efforts to help the environment. Whether it’s limiting water use or switching to eco-friendly light bulbs, hoteliers have found that operating with Mother Nature in mind attracts and retains guests while increasing a hotel’s operational efficiency.


Onity, EcoLodgix & Dr. PTAC help Orlando Hotel & Water Resort Control Humidity to Keep Guestrooms Cool & Comfortable While Conserving Energy

9/17/2013

Energy is the lodging industry’s second greatest operating cost with heating, cooling and lighting consuming the most energy. For CoCo Key Orlando, the hot, moist Florida climate combined with the added humidity of the on-site water park created additional challenges for hotel management as they worked to maintain a cool, pleasant environment in all guestrooms while also containing energy costs.


High Style & High-Efficiency Plumbing Help Atlanta Airport Gateway Marriott Achieve LEED Silver Certification

6/7/2012

ATLANTA—Marriott International has made environmental stewardship a priority for two decades. The company was first in America with a LEED-certified hotel and conference center (Hyattsville, Md.), and it continues to strive for environmental excellence. In 2011 the chain achieved LEED Silver certification for its Atlanta Airport Gateway hotel, which exclusively features American Standard high-efficiency plumbing fixtures.


Pillow-Vac Pillow Renovating Contributes to Sustainability Leadership Efforts of Hilton Concord

5/3/2012

CONCORD, CALIF.—Hilton Concord, located in the suburban community of Concord in the East Bay of San Francisco, is implementing a significant array of 16 integrated sustainability initiatives designed to drastically reduce the environmental footprint of the hotel while achieving increased net cash flow from operating cost reductions and creating added asset value. The hotel is owned and operated by Interstate Hotels & Resorts. “Investing in these initiatives will not only contribute to the bottom line, but will also position Hilton Concord as a leader in the market committed to environmentally-friendly practices,” said Ted Knighton, Interstate’s chief operating officer.


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