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CES 2021 NEWS: HydraLoop Debuts Two New Water Recycling Systems

Technology allows hotels to go green and conserve water use easily.

3 Trends Hotels Can Expect to Continue in 2021

Cleanliness, sustainability, and in-room fitness will remain key priorities for hotel guests in the coming year.

Initial six-month trial at flagship property found food waste was reduced 67% in the employee dining area and 3,915kg food waste saved.

The Foodservice Packaging Institute’s 12th annual report studies industry trends, reveals emphasis on safe and sanitary foodservice packaging due to COVID-19 concerns.

The new feature on the Chipotle app and Chipotle.com gives guests a first-of-its-kind look into the brand's sourcing efforts and allows them to track how they can help Chipotle make an impact on the planet.

New analysis from national trade group highlights corporate investment in solar energy.

Through a multi-year sustainability roadmap, the companies will focus on waste reduction, including reducing beverage and food packaging waste and replacing wax-lined paper cups with compostable or durable PepsiCo products.

Newest indoor cycle bike produces renewable electricity, benefitting people and the planet.

Two-step Danish technology turns many surfaces anti-microbial for 12 months and also makes use of electrically charged saltwater for daily cleaning.

Starting in August, Wahlburgers will field test the Deliverator, Arcimoto’s ultra-efficient, three-wheel electric vehicle designed for local and last-mile delivery.

The Las Vegas resort is partnering with TerraCycle in one of the first PPE recycling programs in the hospitality industry.

Companies to work together to safely eliminate food waste and reduce food waste generation to help Carnival Corporation lead the way in environmental stewardship.

The AssureCard looks and feels like a plastic key card but is made from renewable paper pulp and can be disposed of after a single use.

With the publishing of the EPDs, customers have complete transparency into how the life cycle of each certified product impacts the environment and affects a building's sustainability goals.

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