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ROANOKE, VA.—The Comfort Inn, Butte Montana, which is managed by Town Pump, Inc.,
has installed Lodging Technology’s GEM System Energy Management in all 145 guestrooms. GEM System, an infrared sensor-based guestroom energy management system, reduces room energy costs 35 percent to 45 percent.
TEMPERANCE, MICH.—MTS, a leading manufacturer of premium seating for the hospitality industry, announced that Bart Kulish has been named president of the company. Kulish, who joined the company in 1985, most recently served as vice president and general manager.
CAMARILLO, CALIF.—Hygiena introduces SystemSURE Plus, a convenient system that hotel management and staff can use to regularly verify the thoroughness of cleaning performed throughout the hotel. Hotels around the world are using the SystemSURE Plus to monitor food preparation surfaces in kitchens on a daily basis.
MILLBRAE, CALIF.—Millwood Inn and Suites has earned a three Green Eco-Leaf Rating by completing a 70-point comprehensive eco-audit survey administered by iStayGreen.org—the online social network of environmentally friendly travel. Millwood Inn and Suites becomes the first lodging property in Millbrae to receive the Green Eco-Leaf Rating.
MADISON, WISC.—Leonardo Academy has provided third-party carbon negative certification for the global operations of Milliken & Company without purchased offset credits. The Leonardo Academy Draft Standard for Trial Use LEO-5000 provided the criteria used in this pilot program.
CARLISLE, PA.—Carlisle Energy Services, a newly formed division of Carlisle Construction Materials and a leading manufacturer of energy-efficient single-ply roofing systems, announced it has signed a long-term sales contract worth up to $320 million with Solyndra, Inc., a manufacturer of proprietary photovoltaic (PV) systems designed to optimize solar electricity production on commercial rooftops.
ANN ARBOR, MICH.—NSF International Strategic Registrations (NSF-ISR), a North American leader in management systems registrations, announced it has obtained Greenhouse Gas (GHG) accreditation from the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
TRINITY, N.C.—Sealy Global Hospitality has created a new line of Sealy Posturepedic sleep systems with convertible pillowtops. They were created specifically for hospitality environments looking to balance the demand from customers for greener practices without compromising cost or comfort.
BOULDER, COLO.—Sustainable Travel International, a leader in sustainable development and responsible tourism initiatives, released the first edition of its “Best Practices in Travel Philanthropy” tour operators and accommodation manuals which feature notable philanthropic initiatives worldwide.
BOSTON—Ember, a leading provider of low-power wireless mesh networking systems, will end 2008 with a flourish, setting company records for product shipments and revenue. Building on the foundation from the previous year, Ember has shipped a record quantity of its ZigBee/802.15.4 semiconductors in 2008, more than all the previous years combined.
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