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GUAM—Dusit Thani Guam Resort is the first luxury hotel in Guam to achieve EarthCheck Bronze Certification. Bronze Certification recognizes the commitment of the hotel to benchmark its environmental and social sustainability under the EarthCheck program.
CITY OF INDUSTRY, CALIF.—CSL (Creative Systems Lighting), manufacturer of high performance, energy-efficient lighting solutions for commercial and residential projects, announced that their LED Cylinders have been awarded the 2016 Green GOOD DESIGN Award, presented by The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design together with The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies.
SPOKANE, WASH.—Ecova, a leading energy and sustainability management company, announced that it has identified $2.1 billion in savings since 2013 for its commercial and industrial clients with respect to energy, water, waste and telecommunications through comprehensive resource management programs. Ecova works with more than 900 commercial and industrial multi-site companies to find opportunities to drive bottom line savings and improve efficiencies across their organization.
DES PLAINES, ILL.—Geberit announces an updated version of their 2x4 in-wall tank and carrier system for wall-hung toilets. The new 2x4 system, model 111.798.00.1, replaces the previous version and offers several installer-friendly improvements. The new system caters to design preferences with a full range of actuator plates and remote controls and is a flexible choice for buildings with high floor constructions.
OAKVILLE, CANADA—Green Key Global, EcoStay Certified and Greenview, three leaders in hospitality sector environmental stewardship, announced a triple partnership that will encourage hoteliers across Canada and beyond to join forces in meaningful sustainability. The partnership will enable property owners and managers to fund important conservation projects, measure their progress, and be a part of a shared environmental legacy of nature and beauty.
STATE COLLEGE, PA.—A record crowd attended EnergyCAP’s annual Catalyst Training for Savings conference last month, where the company unveiled a beta version of the software that highlighted new directions in energy management. “EnergyCAP is all about helping clients derive value from utility bills,” said Chris Heinz, Catalyst Director. “Our customers are looking for new ways to make data transparent, intelligible, portable, shareable, and integrative. We’re creating ways for that to happen.”
MORROW, GA.—TOTO, the largest plumbing manufacturer in the world with $5.1 billion in annual sales, announced that its high-efficiency EcoPower Flush Valves and Commercial Flushometer Toilets are the plumbing industry’s first to earn the EPA’s WaterSense Label. “It is imperative that WaterSense certification extend to the commercial side of the industry with products that offer the same level of performance while saving water by using no more than 1.28 gallons per flush,” said Bill Strang, President of Operations and eCommerce for TOTO USA.
PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y.—WAC Lighting has added high output Single Spot and Double Spot luminaires to its Endurance line of exterior lighting. The 15-watt LED single spot replaces a 75-watt halogen fixture while the 30-watt LED double spot is a retrofit for a 150-watt halogen fixture.
OAKLAND, CALIF.—MACH Energy, a leading provider of energy and water management software services and solutions, revealed the results of one of the largest national surveys to date of hotel and lodging professionals on energy and water management efforts. The poll reached out to over 5,000 industry professionals, and the responses exposed significant opportunities to expand energy and water efficiency awareness as well as adoption of energy and water management best practices.
JASPER, IND.—For the second consecutive year, Kimball International, Inc. has been certified as a great workplace by the independent analysts at Great Place to Work. Kimball International earned this credential based on ratings provided by its employees in anonymous surveys.
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