Environmentally Friendly Pyrolysis & Gasificaton Recycling Systems For Hotels


The Klean Prefabrication Difference

Klean Industries is pleased to announce the launch of its marketing campaign for the small-sized standard plant design and serial production systems.

Standard plant design and serial production offer considerable cost reductions. In Klean plants, most of the process equipment is delivered in the form of standardized pre-engineered modules. Instead of delivering all the process parts to the site and assembling them on the spot, the main components are brought in as pre-assembled factory-tested units. 

This ensures better quality control and faster delivery time.

Modularization transfers work from the site to the factory, which cuts the installation time on site by half. The assembly of modular units is fast and efficient, and the work proceeds more predictably and flexibly. Standardization and modularization enable
  • Reliable equipment is proven in practice
  • Equipment assembly in factory conditions
  • Pre-testing of equipment as functional units
  • Maintenance and service access to equipment
  • Less piping and insulation work on site
  • Short delivery time
Previous installations have included some of the following hotel brand clients:
  • Pan Pacific
  • Landmark
  • Washington Hotel
  • New Otani
  • Hyatt Regency
  • Marriot International
  • Intercontinental

Klean Industries’ marketing plans include working with innovative hotel chains such as Starwood Capital Group, led by Barry Sternlicht, who has announced the launching of “1” Hotel and Residences, the first luxury, eco-friendly global hotel brand. 

The concept, says Starwood, will combine the best of environmentally sustainable architecture and interior design with impeccable service and luxurious comfort. We adhere to green construction and operating principles and commit to environmentally sensitive consumption of natural resources. We demonstrate that green principles can coexist and enhance a luxury hospitality experience and healthy residential lifestyle. 

The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) has agreed to be an environmental advisor with the initial goal of setting a new standard for environmental excellence and, over time, transforming the entire hotel industry. 

“We are incredibly excited to be able to bring a whole new concept to the hospitality industry with the launch of the brand. As a CEO and parent of three young children, I have grown acutely aware of the personal responsibility we each have to help preserve and protect our planet, which can only happen through the accumulation of small efforts by millions of individuals. It is the perfect time for this with such critical issues facing us as foreign energy dependence and global warming, we cannot afford to ignore the growing consumption of our natural resources and the inability to sustain our enterprises,” said Sternlicht. 

“While some hotel brands pay lip service to the environment by asking guests to reuse towels, and adding plants to a lobby, we are not using eco-friendly jargon simply as a marketing tool. Our intention is to build hotels and residences that are truly green and minimize their impact on their environment. We are excited about our partnership with the NRDC. Each property will donate one percent of its revenue to local environmental organizations guided by a steering committee with NRDC representation. All of our buildings will be built to LEED standards and all of our interiors will be LEED-compliant,” continued Sternlicht. 

The initial four properties in the United States will all be new construction. The first hotel will be the Hotel and Residences Seattle. Following Seattle, will open in the ski resort of Mammoth Mountain, California; in Scottsdale, Arizona; and in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. The first international hotel will be located in Paris, France, and will be a renovation of a historic property. In addition, we expect to enter New York, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., and other major urban markets, as well as premier resort destinations, within the next 12 months. The aim will be to have 15 hotels signed or under construction within 24 months. 

Each new hotel will be built to meet the green building standards of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System, created by the U.S. Green Building Council. LEED promotes a whole-building approach to sustainability by recognizing performance in five key areas of human and environmental health: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection, and indoor environmental quality.

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Contact: Marc Smith

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