We have a great employee participation energy management program that we’re presenting to the energy managers at this years WEEC energy conference. To make sure we gain as much attention as possible we have designed a way to incorporate a prize wheelgame board right within our Flexi display panel system we manufacture.
Our eco friendly Flexi trade show display is also made of recyclable materials. We have been manufacturing this display for over twenty years and have clients all over the world. Users of our display they have told us many times, there is no better display…. anywhere.
Ask us about it. Call 800 875-1725 See the display at its own web site: www.flexidisplay.com
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We’ll be exhibiting at Gloibalcon 2011 3-30 in Philadelphia. It’s a yearly Association of Energy Engineers energy conservation conference with many speakers and exhibitors.
It’s being held at the Philadelphia convention center March 30 & 31.
We will be presenting many awareness creating ideas that create reminders and motivation to stop energy waste.
Visit our web site today at www.AwarenessIDEAS.com
Give us a call at 800 875-1725
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Why do we all waste so much energy when there’s so many simple things we could do to save it?
Our blog is full of ideas on how to save energy, but I wanted to bring up just one more:
Are you using an LCD monitor? I bet you are. If you’re not, you likely are using a fairly modern CRT monitor.
Did you know that modern monitors rarely have a problem with image burn-in? Considering that burn-in is the reason screensavers came into use in the first place, why are we still using them? In the case of LCD monitors, using a screensaver can actually lower the life expectancy of your monitor, rather than extending it! So you would be wasting money in more ways than one.
Instead of using a “screensaver”, the best thing to do is to just set your power management settings to turn off your monitor after a few minutes of inactivity. Not only would you be saving energy, but you would also be extending the life of your LCD!
See our website for more Energy Saving Ideas!
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