Monday, 5 September 2011

Use of evaporative cooling retail

For more information, or to locate a distributor near you, call 0034-932 312 810 (for European sales) and 1-800-695-2942 (for international sales). Or, you can visit us online at (Europe) and (manufacturer´s website).

Thursday, 21 July 2011

Ecological mobile climate control Barcelona bookstore

For more information, or to locate a distributor near you, call 0034-932 312 810 (for European sales) and 1-800-695-2942 (for international sales). Or, you can visit us online at (Europe) and (manufacturer´s website).

Thursday, 31 December 2009

Environmental-friendly cooling: Port-A-Cool evaporative cooler

The world is becoming more sensitive to the term “green” and what it means to our environment and the health of our planet. Many companies are rushing to redefine their products and business practices to “go green”. Some companies, however, have always been green without even trying to be politically correct. It was just the right thing to do. Port-A-Cool, LLC, is one of those companies.

For example, the flagship product for the company is the Port-A-Cool® portable evaporative cooling unit, manufactured in Center, Texas. The unit features a one-piece, rotationally molded plastic housing which is leak and rust proof and produced at the company’s manufacturing facility. The company recycles all scrap plastic from the manufacture of the units, reducing waste and harm to our environment.

In addition, the unit itself uses a cooling method that is environmentally friendly. The ancient Egyptians used the same principles of evaporative cooling to cool their homes by hanging a damp mat in the doorway and allowing the wind to evaporative the water and provide cooling. Port-A-Cool® units utilize the same natural cooling methods, but have implemented state-of-the-art technology to perfect the process, always keeping in mind the company’s commitment to preserving our environment. Port-A-Cool® units use less than a dollar a day in resources to provide air an average of 7-15 degrees celsius cooler than surrounding air. Because the Port-A-Cool® unit uses a natural cooling process, no harmful greenhouse gases, like CO2 expelled from traditional air conditioning systems, are released into the air to harm our ozone layer.

An environmentally friendly process for cooling, coupled with being “green” before “green” was cool. That has always been the “natural” choice for Port-A-Cool, LLC.

For more information, or to locate a distributor near you, call +34- 932 312 810 or Or, you can visit us online at

Wednesday, 23 September 2009

Newsweek: The greenest big companies in America

The magazine NEWSWEEK has been researching the green efforts of US Companies. . For more than a year, the magazine worked with leading environmental researchers KLD Research & Analytics, Trucost, and to rank the 500 largest U.S. companies based on their actual environmental performance, policies, and reputation.
Click here to read the Green Ranking and here to read the full article about this ranking.

Wednesday, 2 September 2009

First environmental friendly bar dancing: Watt in Rotterdam

Today an article in the Dutch Telegraaf was published about the first sustainable disco: Watt in Roterdam. This disco, following the 3P-principles (people, planet and party) gets a lot of atention for its green measurements taken. The floor is generating energy, the more the clients the dance, the more energy will be generated. Each area indicates the effect of their way of dancing. Other sustainable measurements are the use of rainwater and for example zero waste bars.
Click on the link of de Telegraaf to see the video.

Saturday, 22 August 2009

Driving electrical vehicles in The Netherlands

Dutch newspaper “De Telegraaf” mentions that the consumers who choose to drive an electricity driven vehicle, do not have pay (additional) taxes on their vehicles. This counts for the first two years and the years after that it will be 7 per cent. The normal percentage in The Netherlands for an environmental-friendly car is 14 per cent.

The measurement will be announced later this year, as say well-informed sources from the car sector. Purchasing an elecrical car will remain tax-free untill 2018.

The aim of the new financial plans is to encourage manufacturers to produce electricity driven vehicles, there these type of cars are cleaner, more silent and environmental-friendly.

“De Telegraaf”

Wednesday, 19 August 2009

Looking for a biological restaurant in The Netherlands?

The Dutch newspaper Trouw published an overview of the Biological Restaurants that you can visit in The Netherlands. So do you live in The Netherlands or are you planning a visit to The Netherlands and are you looking for a biological restaurant nearby your place of residence, take a look at the website of Trouw.
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