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SAGINAW, MICH.—Duro-Last announced that it has achieved gold certification under the NSF American National Standard for Sustainable Roofing Membranes—NSF/ANSI 347. Certified by UL, this standard represents that Duro-Last manufactures a product that is third-party verified as sustainable, durable, and high performing. The certification applies to 40, 50 and 60 mil, white, gray, dark gray, tan, and terra cotta Duro-Last membranes.
MINNEAPOLIS—IrriGreen, Inc. is releasing the Genius Mobile App for the IrriGreen Genius Irrigation System. Engineered for iOS and Android, the Genius Mobile App enables contractors to manage the IrriGreen system from any Smartphone.
DENTON, TEXAS—Tetra Pak can now supply Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) labeled packages from anywhere in the world, having received FSC Chain of Custody (CoC) certification for all of its converting plants and market companies. It represents one of FSC’s largest multi-site certifications, covering a total of 92 facilities worldwide.
SPOKANE, WASH.—Ecova, the total energy and sustainability management company, and Lucid, maker of the operating system for commercial building technology, announced that they are partnering to deliver a best-in-class technology solution for facility and energy management. By aligning Ecova’s utility data and service offerings with Lucid’s BuildingOS centralized platform that supports over 150 technology integrations for real-time building data, this new solution will provide a complete view of building performance and effectively enable energy efficiency across entire building portfolios.
LOS ANGELES—Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana in the Caribbean was recently certified by Green Globe in recognition of the hotel’s commitment to maintaining sustainable practices.
ATLANTA—A newly revised standard from ASHRAE and IES seeks to provide greater guidance and a more comprehensive approach to retrofit of existing buildings for increased energy efficiency. ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 100-2015, Energy Efficiency in Existing Buildings, provides comprehensive and detailed descriptions of the processes and procedures for the retrofit of existing residential and commercial buildings in order to achieve greater measured energy efficiency. Appendices are included for lifecycle cost analysis procedures as well as identification of potential energy conservation measures.
ADVANCE, N.C.—Beaufurn, the manufacturer of fashion-forward, functional designs, announced that it is introducing the Sullivan Bench. This highly practical and versatile seating unit, which is made in the United States, is appropriate for hospitality and commercial applications.
MUSKEGON, MICH.—EarthTronics introduces a new 12-watt LED, LPD12/G24Q/830 to easily replace 18-watt G24q-2 base compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) that increases energy savings and performance life. Saving 33 percent more energy than the CFLs, the LED Plug In illuminates identically to the CFL it replaces. The lamp produces 1100 lumens and works directly on existing instant start electronic ballasts for easy “plug and play” installation. No rewiring is necessary.
MORGANVILLE, N.J.—Baronessa Cali Tarocco has been refined to include softer, more easily recyclable liquid packaging, one-handed easy dispensing caps and organic bio-additives to reduce environmental impact.
NEW YORK—New York-based wellness real estate and technology firm Delos announced that Deborah Wince-Smith, President and CEO of the Council on Competitiveness, has joined its Advisory Board. An internationally renowned voice on innovation strategy, science and technology, Wince-Smith brings decades of invaluable experience working with leading global innovators to Delos, which is merging the world’s largest asset class—real estate—with the world’s fastest growing industry—wellness.
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