ECORE, NEWH to present hospitality CEU

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Mt. Laurel, N.J. – Ecore and NEWH, a non-profit organization connecting its members to hospitality professionals and products, will offer a Continuing Education Unit (CEU) titled “Recycled Rubber Sound Insulation: Sustainable Benefits” on Thursday, June 20 from 6:00-8:00 PM at Hyatt Place Mt. Laurel.

“This CEU is ideal for hotel owners and managers, facilities managers, architects, interior designers, flooring installers, and sustainability-focused professionals,” said Mark Giuranna, the Ecore regional manager who helped organize this event.  “AIA and ASID credits will also be available.”

This CEU will provide:

  • An overview of recycled rubber sound insulation
  • Benefits of recycled rubber flooring
  • A discussion of the impact of recycled rubber sound insulation on LEED and FloorScore accreditation.

NEWH members and students can attend for free; $15 for non members. Registration is required and light refreshments will be provided.

For more information about this event, contact Kara Angotti, NEWH programming chair, at

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