SOURCE: EGM Green

EGM Green

February 25, 2009 13:05 ET

EGM Green Leads Gaming Industry in Green Revolution

Award-Winning Industry Leader in Ecologically Friendly Gaming and Casino Products Develops Consulting Division

TOMS RIVER, NJ--(Marketwire - February 25, 2009) - Quoting America's beloved Kermit the Frog, "It's not easy being green," says Eric Hansel. Hansel, representing EGM Green, develops viable and sustainable green business solutions for corporations and individuals looking to become environmentally responsible.

EGM Green gained notoriety by winning the International Gaming Award's "Most Eco-Friendly Company" for its groundbreaking line of eco-friendly casino and gaming products. EGM's product line includes Enerlume -- a patented mobile lighting controller that reduces Kilowatt consumption by about 15%.

EGM's new consulting team will customize any home or business environment to improve overall sustainability, performance, and consumption reduction; helping corporations develop energy conserving plans and design sustainable products.

Although many corporations are merely plodding towards green business solutions, Hansel and his partners have combined eco-friendly products with a pioneering spirit to accelerate the gaming industry transition. Hansel maintains the philosophy of "go green and stay in the black" and remains a pioneer in the Green Revolution to improve planet health for future generations.

About EGM Green -- Founded by Eric Hansel in 2007, EGM Green designs and manufactures the world's only eco-friendly casino tables and furniture and provides LEED services and green consulting for casinos, hotels, spas and homes. Hansel applies his knowledge of the gaming industry with his long-term sales and marketing background to bring large-scale sustainability to the casino industry. Eric has formed a multi-disciplinary team whose goal is to increase the energy efficiency of slot machines by 50% within five years. Eric is also a board member for his local branch of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC), is a business counselor for Service Core of Retired Executives (SCORE), and serves on the ethics committee for the WPA (World Poker Association). Hansel writes for several trade publications and produces a monthly article in Casino Journal on "Green Gaming."

Contact Information

  • Contact:

    Eric Hansel
    Executive Gaming Monthly
    EGM Green
    www.egmgreen.com
    201-927-3526

    Angela-Renee Coakley
    Live Events Producer
    Tenner and Associates, Inc.
    www.tennerandassoc.com
    m: 818-266-8844
    o: 702-454-9561