Sustainability

The foodservice and hospitality industries are experiencing increasing pressures to provide high quality culinary and lodging experience to clientele with increasingly thinner profit margins. Hence, controlling operating costs becomes an important role in the success of any foodservice or hospitality establishment. Another increasingly important element...

Foodservice operators and hospitality vendors are keen on providing premium culinary experience to their clientele. This necessitates excellent food and beverage quality, which in turn requires adequately-treated water. There are various technologies available for water treatment, with Reverse Osmosis being the most advanced. Reverse Osmosis, or...

If you order any cold drink at any restaurant or café most likely it will contain ice cubes or be made with crushed ice. Ice is an important ingredient in any food service kitchen. Historically, ice was produced in central facilities and delivered to restaurants...

Foodservice and Hospitality Vendors consume significant quantities of water to run their operations. With increasing utility costs and environmental concerns, the case for sustainability and reduced energy and water footprint is clear. One area restaurateurs can help save water and energy is in dishwashing. Commercial dishwashers...

The hospitality industry is one of the heaviest users of commercial laundry machines. Every day, thousands of pounds of laundry are washed in hotels worldwide, and laundry operations are one of the largest sources of water consumption in hotels. While it is important to provide...

Refrigerators are one of the most important appliances in any commercial kitchen. Refrigerators preserve food at low temperatures to prevent bacterial growth and keep the food safe. This process requires the removal of heat from the refrigerator’s interior to the surrounding environment through a process...

The foodservice and hospitality industries are experiencing increasing pressures to provide high quality culinary and lodging experience to clientele with increasingly thinner profit margins. Hence, controlling operating costs becomes an important role in the success of any food service or hospitality establishment. Another increasingly important...

Globally over the past century, the average annual temperature has increased by about 1 °C; in the Arctic, it has climbed 2 to 3 °C. By 2100 the average global surface temperature is projected to increase by 1.5 to 5.8 °C Increasing global temperatures are expected...