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LOS ALTOS, CALIF.—Silicon Valley’s Enchanté Boutique Hotel, opened April 2015, is the first hotel in the region to fully equip its rooms with certified organic, sustainably-produced mattresses. The mattresses, made by Naturepedic of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, meet the most stringent of green textile certifications without sacrificing the comfort, luxury and durability desired of a high-quality mattress for a restful night’s sleep. Enchanté is the first hotel globally to be outfitted with Naturepedic mattresses.
ALPHARETTA, GA.—Hansgrohe USA is rolling out new shower collections to its already comprehensive lineup. In addition to introducing two showerpipes to the Croma collection, Hansgrohe is integrating its popular and intuitive Select technology into the new Croma Select E and Croma Select S showerheads/handshowers. The company is also launching the Crometta collection, a sister collection to Croma.
SARASOTA, FLA.—The Aqua Mizer Solution is a patented, retrofit toilet tank flush system that prevents water waste from flapper and other tank leaks, and protects a property from catastrophic toilet floods. This innovative system detects most toilet leaks and prevents the tank from refilling when they are present. It’s a simple, green, turnkey solution that can generate a significant ROI in a short period of time.
KOHLER, WIS.—As part of its goal to educate building professionals and consumers in California on reducing water use, Kohler Co. has joined Connect the Drops, a California advocacy campaign highlighting water stewardship efforts. The campaign brings together companies operating in California to initiate collaborative public-private solutions because of the state’s severe water shortage and unprecedented water reduction regulations implemented this year.
ODESSA, FLA.—Hasek Communications, the Odessa, Fla.-based publisher of Green Lodging News, has added an AirRevive case study to its website. The case study details the successful refurbishing and re-commissioning of 167 fan coils at a Marriott hotel—a process that took 21 days.
WORCESTER, MASS.—WET-TECH, The Ozone People has changed its corporate identity to better reflect its core business activities. Its new name is New Horizons in Ozone Solutions Inc. dba WET-TECH, (formerly J. Reiff Consulting Inc.) now concentrating on ozone technology for the laundry providing environmental and operational solutions utilizing new technologies in ozone applications.
TAMPA, FLA.—Hasek Communications, the Tampa, Fla.-based publisher of Green Lodging News, welcomes BedVoyage as a Green Product & Service Directory partner. BedVoyage, a manufacturer of Eco-Luxury bamboo linens for hospitality, helps the lodging industry save money on utilities as bamboo launders in cooler temperatures. The guest’s experience is greatly enhanced as well by the soft, smooth fabric.
OAKLAND, CALIF.—Everyday a tsunami of plastic hangers streams into landfills—93 million a day according to HANGD, an environmental coalition against the rising numbers of virgin plastic hangers finding their way into municipal dumps. That results in 34 billion plastic hangers every year and growing, enough to fill almost 20 Empire State Buildings.
GENEVA, SWITZERLAND—One of the world’s most popular standards for environmental management has just been revised, with key improvements that make it fit for the future. ISO 14001:2015, which sets out the requirements for an environmental management standard, is one of the world’s most widely used standards and a key business tool for many organizations. With more than 300,000 certificates issued globally every year, it ranks high on the agenda of many organizations worldwide which place importance on their environmental impact.
DALTON, GA.—Design versatility is easily achieved through J+J Flooring Group’s newest Invision carpet products: Structure and Mineral. Structure is a simple and elegant broadloom inspired by the unique details of various architectural elements. Tweedy, rugged textures combine with uneven weights and coloring evoking the charm of aging brick, hand-woven textiles and weathered woods.
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