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DES PLAINES, ILL.—United Feather & Down will introduce its new branded Borghese bedding, gifts and accessories during the International Hotel/Motel & Restaurant Show, November 8 to 10, in their private New York showroom located just across from Bryant Park.
CINCINNATI—The Procter & Gamble Company has released its 2009 Sustainability Report titled “Designed to Matter.” The report outlines P&G’s progress in improving the environmental profile of products and operations and delivery of several new, sustainable product innovations. In March of this year, P&G announced significantly increased targets for its 2012 sustainability goals in recognition of the company’s marked progress and ongoing commitment to continuous improvement.
EUGENE, ORE.—Sustainable Foodservice Consulting (SFC) announced the launch of its new blog, The Sustainable Shift Drink. The blog covers a variety of topics concerning sustainability in the foodservice industry, including local and organic food, energy efficiency, green foodservice products, innovative restaurants, industry trends, national news and more.
HORSHAM, PA.—Green Key Global, the exclusive provider of the Green Key Eco-Rating Program (“Green Key”) in the United States, will be exhibiting at the 2009 International Hotel/Motel & Restaurant Show (IH/M&RS) in New York City from November 8 to 10. Green Key is among the first programs of its kind to rank, certify and inspect hotels and resorts based on their commitment to sustainable “green” practices.
NIANTIC, CONN.—INNCOM International Inc., based here, and Exceptional Innovation (EI) of Columbus, Ohio, announce a joint partnership that will give hoteliers a one-stop shop for integrated hotel technology solutions. As part of the partnership, INNCOM will incorporate its guestroom-control systems (which include digital thermostats and fully integrated energy management, lighting control and communication systems) with EI software.
ALSIP—Litetronics International, Inc. has expanded its Spiral-PAR collection with the addition of 9-watt PAR20 and 23-watt PAR38 lamps. The 9-watt PAR20 replaces a 35-watt halogen lamp, and the 23-watt PAR38 replaces a 90-watt halogen lamp. Both are available in 2700K, 3500K, and 4100K. All three 23-watt PAR38 models and the 2700K 9-watt PAR20 are Energy Star qualified.
SANTA CLARA, CALIF.—WattStopper announced that its Birmingham, Alabama, office has earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Energy Star, the national symbol for protecting the environment through superior energy performance. WattStopper improved its energy performance when remodeling the facility, which had previously contained both office and warehouse space.
DORCHESTER, ONT.—EnerWorks announced third quarter bookings that more than triple the value of orders for the same period in 2008. “We’re, of course, delighted by the exponential growth in bookings over the past three months,” says Dr. Phil Whiting, President and CEO, “and equally as heartened by the diversity of these solar water heating projects. As clear evidence of the value of our efforts to expand our channel partnerships, orders have come in for residential, agricultural, commercial and industrial installations."
SAN DIEGO—John Glen DiGuiseppe, president/CEO of Investors Hospitality Management, a third-party revenue management and ownership services company that emphasizes sustainability, announced the opening of its New York City office during BITAC Purchasing and Design West 2009’s recent San Diego conference. Throughout 2009, IHM has managed 34 hotels throughout the United States from Oklahoma City to Los Angeles.
TROY, MICH.—ilumisys, Inc., developer and producer of next-generation solid-state lighting technology, announced that it has granted a license for patents on its light-emitting diode (LED) fluorescent tube replacement to LED Lighting, Inc., of Northbrook, Ill.
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