Hallmark Health System receives 'green' award

Hallmark Health System (HHS), which includes Lawrence Memorial Hospital of Medford and Melrose-Wakefield Hospital, is pleased to announce it has received a 2013 Green Award from the city of Medford. HHS was recognized for making significant investments in infrastructure to improve overall energy efficiency including upgrades to high efficiency boilers/burners to reduce national gas consumption, modern control systems, central chilled water plant upgrades that allow motors to run based on demand, and high efficiency HVAC units. Other environmental initiatives implemented include electric car charging stations, recycling and linen use programs.

HHS and the other award winners were announced at the Medford’s annual Harvest Your Energy Festival on Saturday, Oct. 26 by Mayor Michael McGlynn, Jodie Coyne, executive director of the Chamber of Commerce and Fred Laskey, chairman of the Medford Energy Committee. The Green Awards Program is co-sponsored by the Medford Energy Committee and the Chamber of Commerce. The program recognizes businesses (including non-profits) and homeowners who are implementing energy efficiency and conservation measures, as well as environmentally friendly practices that promote sustainability.

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