EcoLogic Solutions In The News

Commercial Construction & Innovation: EcoLogic Solutions Sanitizers

Commercial Construction & Innovation: EcoLogic Solutions Sanitizers

ECA (Electro-Chemical Activation) technology from EcoLogic Solutions (http://www.ecologicsolutions.com) allows users to make their own detergents and Green Seal-certified sanitizers using only tap water, salt, and electricity.  ECA-produced sanitizers are up to 80 times more effective than bleach in killing bacteria and harmful spores, yet are safe and non-toxic to users and aquatic life. Read More

Beyond the Fence: “Making It in NYC: the Era Of New Manufacturing”

Beyond the Fence: "Making It in NYC: the Era Of New Manufacturing"

One of the things I love about the Brooklyn Navy Yard is that everyone here makes something, and they make it well – from countertops constructed out of recycled glass to high-tech military gear, designer furniture to cutting-edge fashion, craft whiskey to organic rooftop farms. I savor strolling around the navy yard. There’s an old-fashioned, can-do spirit…

The Rise of Conscious Capitalism: Why Doing Good is Good Business

The Rise of Conscious Capitalism: Why Doing Good is Good Business

A new generation of entrepreneurs is practicing a business model that places just as much importance on doing social good as on making money. Anselm Doering, who has been supporting the environment since his childhood, started EcoLogic when he realized that places from office buildings and restaurants to train stations were using hazardous chemicals in…

Earth Day Celebration at Fort Hamilton

Earth Day Celebration at Fort Hamilton

EcoLogic Solutions CEO Anselm Doering joined schoolchildren and U.S. Army personnel at an Earth Day celebration and tree-planting ceremony at Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn. Doering urged attendees to always be on the lookout for “greenwashing,” to read labels carefully, and to contact companies directly with any environmental complaints.   Read More

Beyond the Fence: An Interview with Brooklyn Navy Yard President David Ehrenberg

Beyond the Fence: An Interview with Brooklyn Navy Yard President David Ehrenberg

Since taking the helm at the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation last September, David Ehrenberg has had no time for shore leave. The new president and CEO – a lifelong Brooklynite who previously oversaw real estate transactions for the NYC Economic Development Corporation – assumed control over a rapidly transforming, 300-acre industrial park with far-reaching…

BBC NEWS: Green Cleaning Company Reports Strong Growth

BBC NEWS: Green Cleaning Company Reports Strong Growth

In a BBC News story aired around the world, business reporter Michelle Fleury reports on the rapid growth of Brooklyn-based EcoLogic Solutions. READ MORE and WATCH VIDEO

Disruptive Cleaning Technology from EcoLogic Solutions

Disruptive Cleaning Technology from EcoLogic Solutions

With just some water, salt and electricity, industrial users can make their own cleaning supplies. The system fits in the back room or utility closets and will cover the basic custodial needs of cleaning and disinfecting, according to EcoLogic Solutions. READ MORE

EcoLogic Solutions Brings Green Cleaning to the Brooklyn Navy Yard

EcoLogic Solutions Brings Green Cleaning to the Brooklyn Navy Yard

When it comes to so-called “green” products, we usually expect to pay more for something that doesn’t do the job quite as well as its mainstream counterpart. EcoLogic Solutions proves that this kind of thinking is hogwash. A commercial cleaning products manufacturer based in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, they make a full line of commercial-grade, plant-based, wholly biodegradable cleaning products….

Wave of Biz at Navy Yard

Wave of Biz at Navy Yard

According to an article in the New York Daily News, EcoLogic Solutions has expanded from its 3,500-square-foot space at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, adding 8,000 square-feet of space across the hall. “I want to keep jobs in Brooklyn,” said EcoLogic CEO Anselm Doering.  “What’s more sustainable than that?” Read More

Beyond the Fence: Urban Farming Hits a New High at the Brooklyn Navy Yard

Beyond the Fence: Urban Farming Hits a New High at the Brooklyn Navy Yard

Brooklyn Grange transformed the 65,000-square-foot roof of Building 3 in the Brooklyn Navy Yard into the city’s largest rooftop farm last year. Beyond the Fence recently caught up with Anastasia Cole Plakias – Brooklyn Grange co-founder, writer and host of the monthly Heritage Radio Network segment, Anastasia’s Fridge – to see what’s going on this season…

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