Waste Management

From the guestroom to the loading dock, waste is a perpetual challenge for hoteliers. Fortunately, there are many ways to reduce waste—through intelligent purchasing, packaging, recycling and education. Got news or a story idea to share? Contact Glenn Hasek, editor, at (813) 510-3868, or by e-mail at: editor@greenlodgingnews.com.

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Air Cycle’s Online Recycling Reports Help Customers Visualize Progress


BROADVIEW, ILL.—Air Cycle Corp. has developed Online Recycling Reports, an innovative solution to identify, track, review, and communicate lamp, ballast, battery and electronic recycling totals for any organization. Air Cycle Corp. has already established itself in the recycling services market with the EasyPak pre-paid recycling container program.

Food Recycle Science Introduces Food Waste Recycling Machine


IRVINE, CALIF.—Food Recycle Science continues its innovations in food waste recycle technologies with the introduction of the new eCorect system—a high-speed food waste recycling machine, through a distribution partnership with Lancaster, Pa.-based Somat Co., a division of Illinois Tool Works (ITW) Company.

Green Meeting Inspired Renaissance Boston Waterfront to Tackle Waste


BOSTON—When you host the annual conference of a national environmental organization, there is a good chance you will make some changes to your operations—whether to impress or to meet the demands of the group you are hosting. That is what happened at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel earlier this year when it hosted the Ceres annual conference. Ceres is a national network of investors, environmental organizations and other public interest groups working with companies and investors to address sustainability challenges such as global climate change. According to David Keamy, director of sales and marketing at the 456-room property, Ceres event organizers required that the hotel offer green programs such as recycling.

GLN Adds HD Supply Hospitality Solutions as Founding Sponsor


CLEVELAND, OHIO—Hasek Communications, the Cleveland, Ohio-based publisher of Green Lodging News, welcomes HD Supply Hospitality Solutions as a Founding Sponsor. HD Supply is committed to doing business in a manner that is responsible to its associates, customers and the environment.

Cheetah Spotz Introduces Interactive Concierge for Lobbies


ROCKLEDGE, FLA.—Cheetah Spotz introduces its new “green” product for hotel lobbies: The Interactive Concierge. It is an interactive touch-screen directory kiosk that provides area information for hotel guests, including restaurants, activities, attractions and personal services.

Pineapple Hospitality to Offer eco Biodegradable Bottle Amenities


SAINT CHARLES, MO. —Pineapple Hospitality announced that it will soon offer a full line of eco Biodegradable Bottle Amenities. Pineapple’s eco Amenities is a line of luxury hotel soaps and toiletries designed for discerning and environmentally conscious hospitality properties and guests.

Zip Express Unveils Recycling Service for Electronics


MINNEAPOLIS—Zip Express Installation, the first nationwide next-day option for electronics installation, announces the availability of its consumer electronics removal and disposal service. Zip Express provides the only service where technicians remove recyclable electronic items and take them to a certified recycling location.

NaturesCast Enters Hospitality Market with Furniture, Accessories


LAS VEGAS—NaturesCast, Inc. of Las Vegas, a member of the Sustainable Furniture Council, has entered the U.S. hospitality market with a line of chic and modern furniture, and décor accessories made from agro-forest waste.

Rittenhouse Selects The Refinishing Touch to Refinish More Than 700 Furniture Pieces


ATLANTA—The Rittenhouse has selected The Refinishing Touch, a world leader in providing environmentally-safe, on-site furniture refinishing and re-upholstery services, to refinish more than 700 pieces of furniture in its 98 rooms.

Hyatt Regency Denver Heads Down Path Toward Sustainability


DENVER—The Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center has begun to implement a comprehensive sustainability program designed to minimize the hotel’s overall carbon footprint and decrease its environmental impact. The Hyatt has already seen positive results from all of its initiatives, and plans to apply for a Green Seal Certification.

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