Berwyn, PA (PRWEB) March 10, 2014
The ThermoGreen Filter System just earned The Green Restaurant Association's Endorsement by meeting its rigorous environmental endorsement standards. Normally the extra heat that comes off the stove goes into a hood and is wasted. The ThermoGreen Filter System takes that heat and transfers it, thus creating a free source of energy to heat a restaurant's water.
These products can earn a restaurant 9 GreenPoints™ towards becoming a Certified Green Restaurant®. ThermoGreen’s endorsed products are the first heat recovery system to receive the GRA Endorsement.
"Innovative!" says Michael Oshman, CEO and Founder of the Green Restaurant Association. "This is the kind of product and creativity that the restaurant industry needs to relieve the environmental and financial burden of being such major energy consumers."
Each restaurant needs to meet 100 GreenPoints™ total to become a Certified Green Restaurant® and 10 GreenPoints™ in energy, water, waste, food, chemicals, and disposables. ThermoGreen’s endorsed products alone can fulfill the 90% of the GRA Energy section, making it a powerful tool for a restaurants' energy efficiency.
“Why pay twice for your natural gas? Re-use the heat you’ve already paid for and save!” – Greg Presson, CEO ThermoGreen
ThermoGreen, LLC was Founded in October 2012 with the sole purpose of introducing this revolutionary product to the national food and beverage industry. We are headquartered in Berwyn, Pennsylvania and operate regional sales offices throughout the country. We are responsible for offering the ThermoGreen Heat Recovery Filter System to all existing restaurants in the United States. Visit http://www.ThermoGreenFilters.com for more info.
About the Green Restaurant Association
The Green Restaurant Association is a national non-proﬁt organization that provides the only ofﬁcial Certiﬁed Green Restaurants® mark in the country. For 23 years, the GRA has pioneered the Green Restaurant® movement and has been the leading voice within the industry encouraging restaurants to listen to consumer demand and green their operations using transparent, science-based certiﬁcation standards. With their turnkey certiﬁcation system, the GRA has made it easy for thousands of restaurants to become more environmentally sustainable in a proﬁtable manner. The GRA is endorsed by scores of national environmental organizations such as NRDC, and esteemed trade organizations including the New York State Restaurant Association, Orange County Restaurant Association, and America Public Garden Association. The GRA is also an Energy Star partner. In 2010, City Search announced the GRA as their ofﬁcial Green Restaurant® listing partner. The GRA has been featured on CNN, NBC Nightly News, NPR, and in The New York Times, and The Washington Post. For more information visit http://www.dinegreen.com. Michael Oshman of The Green Restaurant Association can be reached at: 617-737-4425.