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ROSWELL, GA.—Kimberly-Clark Professional announced the launch of GreenHarvest products, an offering that incorporates rapidly renewable plant-based fiber, such as wheat straw and bamboo, into Kleenex and Scott brand towel and tissue products. Kimberly-Clark Professional is the first major towel and tissue manufacturer in North America to introduce products made with 20 percent plant fiber in place of tree fiber or recycled fiber.
ARCHBOLD, OHIO—WoodTrac introduces its decorative wooden Ceiling System for commercial and residential use. The system has the appearance of a custom-crafted three-dimensional ceiling. Each ceiling can be individualized with the combination of different molding profiles and molding and panel finishes. Molding profiles include colonial, cove and tear drop shapes while molding and panel finishes consist of abbey oak, bank alder and paintable white ceiling options.
SOMERSET, N.J.—The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recognized Philips, a global leader in lighting, with a 2015 Energy Star Partner of the Year—Sustained Excellence Award for the company’s continued leadership in protecting the environment through superior energy efficiency achievements. For the third year in a row, Philips took top honors with more than 500 Energy Star certified products in 2014, including SlimStyle, the world’s first Energy Star certified flat light bulb.
FAIRFIELD, N.J.—Essential Amenities, Inc. recently introduced an eighth brand to its line of amenity collections designed for the hospitality industry. Exclusively licensed by Essential Amenities, Whytemor & Keach amenities offer a complete line of hotel personal care items designed to capture the essence of luxury living. The Whytemor & Keach Collection is comprised of high-quality soaps, shampoos, conditioners, gels and moisturizer products which have been uniquely designed to support the lifestyle of the brand for the luxury hospitality setting.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.—Pilot Pen has developed the Bottle to Pen (B2P) Line of writing instruments, which are the world’s first pens made from recycled plastic water bottles. The plastic from one bottle can be used to create approximately two B2P pens.
SYOSSET, N.Y.—Emerald Brand announced a strategic partnership with Totally Green, producer of the ORCA Anaerobic Aerobic digestion machine. This alliance will allow Emerald Brand, a provider of more than 230 sustainable disposable products, to deliver Totally Green's ORCA organic digesting solution to its foodservice and facility clients and help sites in New York City become compliant with the new food waste and Styrofoam laws that are set to take effect this July 2015.
TAMPA, FLA.—Hasek Communications, the Tampa, Fla.-based publisher of Green Lodging News, welcomes ConservCo as a Green Product & Service Directory partner. ConservCo has been providing hospitality clients with water conservation consulting since 2008. The company performs comprehensive facilities water audits and landscape irrigation audits for hotel and golf resort operators worldwide. ConservCo’s goal in conducting the audit is to help the facility save money by reducing waste and lowering water, energy, and sewer utility expenses.
TRAVELERS REST, S.C.—Commercial foodservice and plumbing product manufacturer T&S Brass and Bronze Works announced that the National Restaurant Assn. has bestowed its coveted Kitchen Innovations Award on the company’s new EnviroPure ozone recirculation option. Designed to eliminate the need to add fresh water during the organic food waste disposal system’s digestive process, the ozone recirculation option relies instead on water that is naturally extracted from food waste as it processes through the system.
CINCINNATI—P&G Professional, the away-from-home division of Procter & Gamble, announced that the Tide Professional Coldwater Laundry System has been named a 2015 Award Winner by the internationally renowned Edison Awards. This laundry system enables hotel facilities to reduce the energy needed to heat the water in a commercial washer by as much as 75 percent and to reduce the water used in a commercial washer by up to 40 percent. The Tide Professional Coldwater System was recognized as the Silver Edison Green Award winner at the annual Edison Awards gala in New York City.
FARMINGDALE, N.Y.—LaMar Lighting Co. introduces Shade, a decorative architectural luminaire with the energy-saving benefits of occu-smart bi-level lighting technology. Combining an attractive design with functionality, Shade accommodates several lighting needs and enhances a variety of spaces, from corridors and lobbies to offices and retail.
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