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HARVEY, ILL.—Litetronics introduces its LED Omni A-19, a replacement for 40 or 60 watt incandescent bulbs with 80 percent energy savings. The Omni A-19 is designed to meet the new, more stringent V2.0 Energy Star requirements for omni-directional beam angles, effective this month. LED Omni A19 produces even light output in all directions.
COARSEGOLD, CALIF.—High Sierra Showerheads has introduced its new 1.8 gallon-per-minute (gpm) showerhead fixture, which joins the company’s 1.5 gpm model in its line of water-saving shower devices. The new showerhead is an efficient option for those looking to cut down on water consumption and utility costs, using 25 percent less water than standard 2.5 gpm low-flow units, the company says.
DALTON, GA.—Tandus Centiva, a Tarkett Company, has been Cradle to Cradle Certified Silver (v3) for its ethos modular soft surface products from the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute. The Cradle to Cradle design principles provide for continual improvement and innovation around the economic, environmental and social issues of design and use of products. The purpose of the product certification program is to improve the way we design, make, use and reuse products.
PORTLAND, ORE.—Viridian Reclaimed Wood announced it has launched a line of paneling derived from reclaimed cedar and redwood fencing, according to Viridian co-owner Pierce Henley. “Robert Frost’s musing verse, ‘good fences make good neighbors’ was the inspiration for our newest product,” Henley said. “Our pet project to keep old fence boards from going to the landfill has grown into an extensive recycling operation and a gorgeous new paneling line called Good Neighbor.”
FORT WAYNE, IND.––Hotel Fitness, a Brigadoon Fitness Co. announced the completion of its relocation and expansion. After many months of interior and exterior renovations, the company has moved to 1818 Research Drive in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The location includes Hotel Fitness corporate headquarters, global distribution center and fitness equipment showroom.
SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIF.—ClearWater Tech, representing EcoTex Ozone Laundry Systems, has been evaluated and approved for energy and water efficiency by the U.S. Department of Energy. The U.S. Department of Energy commissioned a report to evaluate energy efficient technologies within the commercial on-premise laundry (OPL) market. After consideration of several alternative technologies, they chose to do their research on ozone for the report.
BEACON FALLS, CONN.—Following a bench trial earlier this year, a federal judge in the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut today ruled in favor of Lavatec Laundry Technology, GmbH and its United States subsidiary Lavatec Laundry Technology, Inc., respectively, in a matter concerning ownership of the rights in and to the trademark “Lavatec” for use in connection with commercial laundry equipment sold in the United States.
TORONTO—Aerelight Design, a product design studio focused on developing innovative OLED-enabled lighting, announced the aerelight desk lamp. Powered by an advanced energy-efficient OLED light panel, the aerelight lamp provides a warm, natural light source unlike that of a traditional lamp or overhead light.
MILWAUKEE, WIS.—Telkonet, Inc., whose complementary business divisions include EcoSmart, an energy management technology platform featuring Recovery Time technology, and EthoStream, one of the largest hospitality High-Speed Internet Access providers in the world, announced the launch of its EcoCentral Virtual Engineer mobile applications for iOS and Android phones.
OSHKOSH, WIS.—Michael Lynch, of Richland Hills, Texas, recently joined Girbau Industrial (GI) as Senior Industrial Technician. In his new role, Lynch trains customers and technical service personnel on the maintenance, operation, troubleshooting and repair of GI, OnePress and Continental Girbau Inc. branded laundry systems and products.
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