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ST. JOSEPH, MICH.—The Fred Maytag Award was recently presented to Hercules Corp. at the Maytag Commercial Laundry 57th Annual Meeting in Bonita Springs, Fla. As the longest-running award in the commercial laundry industry, this prestigious honor recognizes one deserving commercial laundry provider with the upmost regard each year.
MANCHESTER, N.H.—Xeros, the innovator of an ultra-low water laundry system, announced that several hotels and commercial laundries have joined the Xeros Million Gallon Club by each saving more than one million gallons of water using Xeros’ award-winning polymer bead cleaning laundry system. The patented, award-winning system delivers superior cleaning performance while using 80 percent less water, up to 50 percent less energy, and approximately 50 percent less detergent than traditional systems.
CHESTNUT RIDGE, N.Y.—BioHiTech Global, Inc., a green technology company that provides data-driven solutions for food waste disposal, recorded a new quarterly record with 20 new Eco-Safe Digester orders from commercial customers across the United States and abroad in the first quarter of 2016. Camelback Resort, an interactive mountain resort in the Pocono Mountains, has placed an initial order for two Eco-Safe Digesters adding to BioHiTech’s family entertainment customer roster.
CROSSVILLE, TENN.—Officials with domestic tile manufacturer Crossville Inc. announced the company recycled 16,939,634 pounds of fired porcelain in 2015, bringing the company’s cumulative recycling total to just over 70 million pounds since the 2009 launch of the Tile Take-Back program and subsequent TOTO USA recycling partnership.
SAN FRANCISCO—Verdafero Inc. announces a new predictive analytics service module for its Utility Analytics Software Platform. This new capability allows Verdafero’s commercial and hospitality property customers to forecast future usage and costs of their utilities for individual buildings or their entire property portfolio based on real-world influencing factors such as weather, events and utility price increases.
PORTLAND, ORE.—MeetGreen has joined forces with Give2Get (formerly CorpsGiving) to help meeting and event professionals organize and produce service projects in conjunction with their events. These projects will help to engage attendees, benefit the organization, and strengthen the local community while providing a fun and meaningful event experience. MeetGreen has 20+ years of sustainable event planning experience and Give2Get has 15+ years of volunteer organization experience.
FOXBORO, MASS.—If you own property in New England, you understand the value of insulation. Yellow fiberglass batting, foam boards and spray insulation inside walls and roofs have become the immediate solution for reducing heat gain and heat loss, but what about windows? Windows can be up to 30 times less insulated than walls and roofs. Although windows generally account for a small portion of a building’s shell, more than 30 percent of all the heating and cooling energy used in U.S. buildings and homes is due to heat lost or gained through windows.
CARY, N.C.—CBC Flooring, a sustainability-focused flooring company whose brands are synonymous with quality and environmental responsibility, announces the rollout of the new Mature Select premium resilient sheet flooring from TOLI International. Combining an expanded collection of woodgrain and natural fleck patterns with a unique two-tier, no-wax wear layer that delivers long-lasting, maintenance-free performance especially designed for high-traffic commercial flooring applications, Mature Select premium resilient sheet flooring, available exclusively from CBC Flooring, delivers an ideal balance of strength, affordability, and durability.
MUSKEGON, MICH.—EarthTronics introduces high lumen, high efficiency LEDs as an energy-efficient solution for replacing High Intensity Discharge lamps (HID) for interior and exterior applications in parking garages, site and security lighting, high bay warehouse fixtures and post lights. These commercial quality lamps feature high-power LED, durable construction and advanced electronic drivers that provide extended performance life and full omni-directional light output.
NORTH LAKE, WIS.—reCollect2 Company, the Wisconsin based creator and supplier of the reCollect2 recycling receptacle, announces the addition of Jason Riphenburg to the organization’s management team. Jason, who has an extensive background in financial services and customer care, will be taking on the role of co-owner alongside the organization’s owner/founder Ann Riphenburg.
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