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TUMWATER, WASH.—The Hotel Carbon Measurement Initiative (HCMI) is a free methodology and calculation tool to enable hotels to measure and report on the carbon footprint of a hotel stay or meeting in a consistent way. In partnership with the Association of Green Property Owners and Managers (AGPOM), the International Tourism Partnership is offering an invitation to participate in a free webinar where one can learn, step-by-step, how to use HCMI to calculate the carbon footprint of a hotel stay or meeting.
TROY, OHIO—Hobart’s FT1000 Advansys flight-type dish machine has been awarded the 2015 Kitchen Innovations Award, which recognizes foodservice equipment and technologies that improve kitchen operations and benefit restaurant operators. The FT1000 is going to be on display in booth 4031, as well as the Kitchen Innovations Pavilion, at the 2015 National Restaurant Association Show in Chicago, May 16 to 19.
SANTA BARBARA, CALIF.—Mighty Bright, designer and manufacturer of LED lighting products, introduces the LUX Lincoln LED Task Light. The LUX Lincoln is a new and improved version of the LUX Dome, an original light in the LUX line of LED lights.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS—WiSuite, a leading provider of guestroom energy management systems for the hospitality industry, announced the Hyatt Regency San Antonio Riverwalk implemented its WiSuite Intelligent Network (WIN) and WiStat-SS Smart Screen thermostats, following a review of available solutions. WiSuite’s technology helps hoteliers capture energy cost savings by monitoring guestroom occupancy in real time and provides the Hyatt property improved profitability, environmental sustainability and guest comfort.
ALBANY, GA.—The Procter & Gamble Co. and Constellation, a subsidiary of Exelon Corp., gathered with city, county and state officials recently to celebrate the development of an up to 50-megawatt biomass plant that will help run one of P&G’s largest U.S. manufacturing facilities. Scheduled to begin commercial operation in June 2017, the plant will provide 100 percent of the steam, and up to 60 to 70 percent of the total energy used to manufacture Bounty paper towels and Charmin toilet tissue at P&G’s Albany, Ga., facility.
CHICAGO—Master-Bilt, manufacturer and supplier of a full line of premier commercial refrigeration, will introduce new glass and solid door shallow depth back bar refrigerators to its line of Fusion bar equipment at the NRA Show, May 16 to 19, at McCormick Place in Chicago, booth #4241.
NATIONAL REPORT—Water treatment for systems such as cooling towers, chillers, heat exchangers and evaporative condensers has traditionally been one that has required the use of hazardous chemicals—e.g. chlorine, bromine, isothiazolinone, molybdate, phosphonate—to control calcium, bacteria, algae, scale, corrosion and biofilm. Because of the toxicity of the water treated with chemicals, it cannot be reused on property. A number of suppliers, however, have developed chemical free or similarly safe treatment systems that allow for the reuse of blow-down water while still providing a means to keep systems clean and running efficiently. Chemical free treatments vary from the introduction of atomic oxygen into the water to the application of an electronic field around piping. This article will examine some of the safer treatment systems on the market and provide real-use examples when possible. Silver Bullet Water Treatment Co., LLC offers a patented technology that creates hydroxyl radicals (a natural non-toxic biocide) when injected into water, killing all bacteria, removing scale and preventing corrosion.
MANCHESTER, N.H.—Xeros, the innovator of an ultra-low water laundry system, announced a new partner program in North America aimed at commercial laundry suppliers that will resell and service Xeros’ award-winning polymer bead cleaning systems. Xeros is offering resellers attractive margins as well the ability to build a monthly recurring revenue stream from services and sales of the Sbeadycare all-inclusive laundry management program to hotels, commercial and industrial laundries, dry cleaners, fitness clubs and spas.
NEW YORK—The luxury Park Hyatt New York has opened with an advanced Integrated Room Automation and Energy Management System from INNCOM by Honeywell. The system automates guest comfort with intuitive temperature and drapery controls and communicates with door locks to enhance guest security. INNCOM is a leader in integrated room hotel automation with energy-saving solutions used in more than 1.5 million guestrooms worldwide.
BETHESDA, MD.—Green Generation Solutions (GreenGen), a Washington D.C.-based company experienced in engineering and implementing energy efficiency plans in commercial properties, has joined the Global Energy Efficiency Accelerator Platform, a program of UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon’s Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All) initiative.
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