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OAKLAND, CALIF.—The Clorox Company has developed four new natural cleaning products for hotels called Green Works Concentrates. The new line of cleaning products is designed to meet the unique challenges of commercial cleaning, yet is 99 percent natural, giving hotels an advantage in attracting and keeping a growing number of eco-savvy guests.
FRANKLIN, TENN.—Leak Beeper has introduced a wireless version of their patented, toilet-leak detection device. The new Leak Beeper incorporates a Synapse RF engine and network operating system to report leak indications, wirelessly and directly, to a maintenance engineer’s computer via a mesh network.
CLEVELAND, OHIO—General Electric has unveiled its new 40-watt LED bulb that will last 25 times longer than incandescent bulbs, which are being phased out in the United States. The bulb, part of GE’s Energy Smart line, will last more than 25,000 hours, compared to the typical 1,000-hour lifespan of incandescent bulbs. When used for three hours a day (the average used by Energy Star for comparing bulb performance), the GE 40-watt LED would last close to 23 years.
ATLANTA—Simmons Hospitality Bedding, a division of Simmons Contract Sales LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Simmons Bedding Company, is making public its findings from a November 2007 survey aimed at gauging the interest of hotel guests in eco-oriented hotel elements and programs.
ST. LOUIS—CPFilms Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Solutia Inc., and a leading producer of professional window films for automotive, residential and commercial markets, has introduced a new film product. The EnerLogic Series is the latest addition to the Vista lineup of architectural window films. Featuring a patent-pending, low-e coating, EnerLogic window film adds up to 92 percent more insulating power to existing commercial and residential windows.
SAN DIEGO—HD Supply Facilities Maintenance, a leading distributor of maintenance products and operating supplies to the hospitality industry, announced the release of its 2010 Catalog (Volume 60) containing 22,000 stocked maintenance, repair and operating products. The catalog also features the company’s value-added services.
MINNEAPOLIS—Entropy Solutions, Inc., a Minneapolis-based thermal technology development company, has introduced PureTemp for HVAC (heating, ventilation and air- conditioning). A vegetable oil derivative, PureTemp is a phase change material (PCM) that captures wasted ambient energy, and then releases this energy as necessary to hold specific temperatures for extended periods of time without requiring additional energy.
DALLAS—Sofitel Luxury Hotels, the French luxury hotel brand within the Accor group, has adopted the Green Key Eco-Rating program as its official green lodging certification program for the United States. By instituting Green Key as a brand standard, Sofitel has committed to having its entire U.S. portfolio comprised of eight properties on the program by the end of April 2010.
CLEVELAND, OHIO—Hasek Communications, the Cleveland, Ohio-based publisher of Green Lodging News, welcomes Gilchrist & Soames as a Green Product & Service Directory partner. Gilchrist & Soames is a purveyor of fine English toiletries to luxury hotels and resorts worldwide. The company provides products ranging from house-brand collections to complete bespoke services.
SAINT CHARLES, MO.—Pineapple Hospitality, a distributor of green hotel products and marketing programs for the hospitality industry, has bolstered its lineup of earth friendly amenities. New amenity products are now available from Save Your World, EO Amenities and Pharmacopia in both traditional amenity sizes, as well as cost-saving amenities for dispensers.
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