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Airports Going Green Conference

Airports around the country are taking a leadership position in sustainability.  Alexa Stone presented in support of expanding airport energy use collaboration by highlighting the local success of the Central Florida Energy Efficiency Alliance’s (CFEEA) Kilowatt Crackdown Challenge at the Airports Going Green Conference in Chicago   The conference offered sustainability case studies, innovations, […]

Green Schools

Seminole County Schools To ensure that younger generations are also receiving education on sustainability, our staff is involved with Keep Seminole Beautiful and the Seminole County School District. Jessica Wright, our Project Manager, is a visiting lecturer and expert teaching sustainability and gardening to students.
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Our professional community

U.S. Green Building Council of Central and South Florida As proud national members of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), it is our responsibility to advance the local chapters and community. ecoPreserve’s leadership began as founders and continue as active members of the Hospitality Advocacy Committee of Central and South Florida and the Green Destination […]

Earth Day 2015 at Orlando International Airport

If you were walking around Orlando International Airport (OIA) on Tuesday April 22nd, you may have spotted the Bag Monster roaming the ARTport in the Main Terminal, as part of OIA’s Earth Day event. Organized by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) Green Team, Green Destination Orlando, and ecoPreserve, Earth Day at OIA was a […]

Orlando’s Sustainability Taskforce

ecoPreserve’s President, Alexa Stone, was appointed by Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer to serve on the new City’s Sustainability Taskforce. Dyer made the announcement at the State of Downtown Address at the new LEED Gold Certified Amway Center. The Taskforce, Chaired by former Orange County Mayor Richard Crotty, will act in an advisory role for policy […]

Alexa Stone Earns IF​MA’s Sustainable Facility Professional Designation​

Alexa Stone, ecoPreserve’s president, has added IFMA’s Sustainable Facility Professional (SFP) designation to her list of sustainable Facility Management credentials. The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) has developed a specific assessment-based certificate program called the Sustainable Facility Professional (SFP) credential in sustainability. The SFP credential enables professionals to use knowledge-based and data-driven methods to successfully implement […]

A return visit to the AEE World Energy Engineering Congress

We were honored to speak once again the Association of Energy Engineers 35th World Energy Engineering Congress, held at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA. ecoPreserve joined an impressive list of industry experts, representing its pivotal role as ENERGY STAR Service and Product Provider. The session focused on the role that ENERGY STAR […]
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BOMA Orlando Member of the Year

BOMA Orlando President Diane Sitzer chose Alexa Stone to receive the President’s Award recognizing the association’s 2009 outstanding member of the year. Stone was chosen for her commitment to the community and sustainability in Central Florida. She has chaired BOMA’s Green Committee, facilitated green building courses, taught preparation classes for the U.S. Green Building Council’s […]