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OTTAWA, ON.—The California Hotel & Lodging Assn. (CH&LA) has selected Green Key Global’s Green Key Eco-Rating Program as its official sustainable certification program for the state’s lodging industry. The selection of Green Key Global as its certification partner complements a drive by the association to instill a culture of sustainability amongst its lodging members.
LOS ANGELES—Acclaim Lighting, a leader in advanced lighting technology, introduces Flex Tube SE, a side emitting, outdoor-rated, flexible LED tube for virtually any exterior lighting application. Flex Tube SE features a UV-coated, saltwater-resistant, flexible silicone jacket that can bend to a diameter as little as 4.8 inches and can be cut to a length every 4 inches for customized lighting applications. It is IP68-rated and submersible to 3 feet.
PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y.—JESCO Lighting Group, 17-year multinational manufacturer and marketer of contemporary high-design, exclusively energy-saving lighting fixtures—a pioneer in popularizing very low-watt, ultra longlife LED light sources—has completed a major move and expansion of the company. The announcement was made by Richard Kurtz, President, CEO and a principal of JESCO Lighting Group.
SAN FRANCISCO—Smith & Fong Co., manufacturer of Plyboo bamboo architectural plywood and flooring products, announced it is stepping up its operations and taking an active role in the Canadian marketplace, according to Smith & Fong President Angus Stocks.
ST. PAUL, MINN.—Ecolab Inc., in partnership with the Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS), announced that its manufacturing plant in Taicang, China, is the first site in the world to be independently certified under the AWS’s global standard for water stewardship.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Ellis Hotel of Atlanta, Ga., has been awarded Silver Certification by Green Seal, a leading environmental organization and the original “Green Seal of Approval.” The certification was awarded under Green Seal’s GS-33 Standard for Hotels and Lodging Properties.
TORONTO—Totally Green announced that its ORCA system was featured in the September 28, 2015, edition of Maclean’s Magazine. The article spotlights ORCA’s adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) technology to increase system efficiency by letting customers wirelessly track waste and sustainability metrics while proactively managing their overall service.
DAVIE, FLA.—AirRevive announces the completion of a hotel guestroom fan coil unit refurbishment project at the Newark Liberty International Airport Marriott, a fixture at Newark Airport since 1983.
SANTA MONICA, CALIF.—Shore Hotel recently installed an AquaRecycle Laundry Water Recycle System, which will reduce carbon emissions and its laundry water usage by 80 percent. The new system will allow the hotel to reclaim and reuse its laundry wastewater, conserving precious resources all while offering its guests premium eco-conscious accommodations.
CARY, N.C.—Civilight North America announces the appointment of Ulysses Rosario as North East Regional Sales Manager. Rosario will service distributors, specifiers and lighting professionals from Ohio, West Virginia and Maryland, up through Maine, and in eastern Canada from Toronto to Nova Scotia.
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