Consolidated Sterilizer CEO to Present Water Saving Designs for Sustainability

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Written by: Scott Mechler

BS Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineer

Consolidated Sterilizer Systems today announced that Arthur Trapotsis, President and CEO, will be presenting innovative ideas on Green Autoclaves – Water Saving Designs and Practices for Steam Sterilizers at the 7th Annual Northeast Building and Facilities Management Show and Conference in Boston, Massachusetts, June 6-7, 2012. The talk will be held at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, Hall B2.

As part of his presentation, Mr. Trapotsis will guide participants through water and energy saving design and practices. He will also discuss the proper use of sterilization equipment as part of an integrated sustainable facilities plan.

“I am excited to speak at NEBFM because it provides the opportunity to discuss specific utility and cost saving solutions that assist in creating environmentally sound building projects,” Trapotsis said. “Facilities management is a major expense for any business today, however much of this can be offset by adopting green solutions. My discussion will help participants determine which water saving technology options best suit their facility or project.”

Mr. Trapotsis will discuss the company’s WaterEco® Series of water-saving features for steam sterilizers. This groundbreaking technology is designed to save resources, the environment, and operational cost by dramatically reducing utility consumption. WaterEco® Systems can reduce water consumption by more than 90 percent with a return on investment in as little as six months. Together with cost savings and environmental benefits, these measures will also help increase the number of LEED points accredited to a building project.

Consolidated Sterilizer Systems is an industry leader in development and manufacturing of gravity and pre-vacuum steam sterilizers with advanced programmable logic controllers configured for clinical, academic, life science, pharmaceutical and industrial applications. Consolidated products are 100% made in the U.S.A. and built with non-proprietary parts to assure local service efficiencies for maximum uptime. For information visit

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