Planet-Minder Introduces ShowerMinderT to the Hotel Industry

Robbinsville, New Jersey (PressExposure) June 06, 2009 -- Planet Minder LLC proudly introduces ShowerMinderT, an exciting and innovative product invented to help hotels dramatically save water, save energy, save money and reduce green house gases by lowering hotel guests' shower time.

ShowerMinderT, similar to the extremely successful towel/linen reuse programs, invites hotel guests to participate in the conservation of valuable natural resources by asking them to be mindful of their showering time.

ShowerMinderT runs a 'Perfect 8 Minute Shower' program, and by using a timed and universally understood Green, Yellow and Red lighting sequence, simply informs guests when the 'Perfect 8 Minute Shower' time has elapsed and encourages them to end their shower and conserve. Hotel guests are increasingly concious of the need to protect the environment and they want to help contribute to conservation.

ShowerMinderT does not shut off water nor make loud or intrusive noises.

ShowerMinderT, with guest participation, reduces each shower time by a minimum of 2 minutes saving at least 5 gallons of heated water on every single shower. This equates to hundreds, even thousands of gallons of heated water savings every day for a mid-size hotel. ShowerMinderT, even with moderate guest participation, far surpasses the savings realized by low-flush toilets.

Constructed of solid, rust proof, nickel-plated zinc and housing state of the art patented technology, ShowerMinderT is easy to install, no tools required, and mounts in-line with the existing showerhead or flush against the wall.

ShowerMinderT is maintenance free and requires no electricity. Its 5 solar cells keep the unit charged at all times with ambient indoor lighting. For more information visit

Glen Ross Planet Minder LLC Tel: (424) 206-2520 Fax: (310) 750-6725

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Press Release Submitted On: June 06, 2009 at 2:36 am
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