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ROCK HILL, S.C.—HyLite LED Lighting has introduced a new Plug-in LED lamp for down lighting applications. With its compact size, the new HyLite LED VL lamp efficiently delivers illumination at 116 lumens per watt with a 120° beam angle. At only 12W, the HyLite VL Lamp replaces up to a 42W CFL, effectively reducing energy consumption by up to 71 percent.
ODESSA, FLA.—Hasek Communications, the Odessa, Fla.-based publisher of Green Lodging News, welcomes reCollect2 Co. as a Green Lodging Survey sponsor at the Bronze level. The reCollect2 recycler is a three piece set which includes a 10 quart wastebasket, matching recycle bin and base. Select message(s) of one’s choice can be printed on the individual bins and base. The set is manufactured from reprocessed plastic products. Each reCollect2 set measures 15.25” x 12.25” x 12” high and is made in Wisconsin.
LOS ANGELES—Falcon Waterfree Technologies announces its collaboration with Sloan to make a donation to the Orthopaedic Institute for Children, which maintains a close alliance with UCLA Health. Together, the two companies will be donating and installing Sloan’s water conserving fixtures in every restroom at the hospital with a value of $25,000 including 40 low flow faucets, 16 high efficiency toilets and 15 waterfree urinals. The water savings from this complete restroom retrofit will be instrumental, cutting the cost of the hospital’s water bill will also be an added benefit.
ODESSA, FLA.—Hasek Communications, the Odessa, Fla.-based publisher of Green Lodging News, has added Hartdean Ltd. to its Green Product & Service Directory in the “Linens & Towels” category. The company’s EcoKnit Terry Towels are luxury hospitality cotton towels with two to three time’s longer lifespan and provide energy and water savings which recover the cost of the product. EcoKnit Towels are snag free, dry up to 40 percent quicker than standard terry towels, reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions, and use 15 percent less water with every laundering cycle.
LINCOLN, NEB.—The Arbor Day Foundation, in partnership the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), is commemorating the planting of the 60 millionth tree in the United States’ forests. Since 1990, the Arbor Day Foundation has been replanting on state and national forest land through the Replanting our Forests program—an initiative to revitalize forests devastated by natural disaster.
NEW ORLEANS—Control4 Corp., a leading global provider of automation solutions, introduced the new Control4 Hospitality Solution. Offering hotels in-room automation functionality, along with back-end management software, hotel staff are provided extensive guestroom status updates, whether that is a need for new batteries for a remote control or a mini-bar requires a restock.
NEW YORK—Delos is expanding its Stay Well hotel room portfolio into a handful of Marriott International hotels. The company has now completed the installation of Stay Well rooms at six Marriott properties, including Charlotte Marriott City Center, Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Richmond Marriott Short Pump, Residence Inn Orlando Lake Nona, Courtyard Orlando Lake Nona and Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina.
MINNEAPOLIS—Landscape and Irrigation magazine has announced the winners of the “Twenty for 2016” new product awards. Judged by the Green Media editorial team based on innovation, marketability and application, the awards highlight 20 standout products for the commercial landscape and irrigation markets. The IrriGreen Genius Irrigation System is the only irrigation system selected for the award.
FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CALIF.—The new Commercial Water Heater System from Noritz America is designed to speed and simplify the installation of multiple tankless water heaters for plumbing and mechanical contractors. Noritz combines commercial-grade tankless units with system controllers, manifolds and other necessary components and accessories into fully assembled metal rack systems for shipment anywhere in North America.
SANTA CLARA, CALIF.—Lunera Lighting, Inc. announced a new lighting and control technology platform called SensAble Technology. This new platform integrates advanced Doppler radar occupancy sensors, IR daylight sensors, power usage monitoring and Zigbee wireless connectivity into Lunera’s next generation commercial Helen Lamp Linear T8, Helen Lamp PL and Susan Lamp HID plug and play LED lamp families.
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