October 2013 Issue (Volume 26, Number 9)

Today's Facility Manager: October 2013


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Fms know they can squeeze efficiencies from existing equipment at low- or no-cost, but there are other opportunities they may be missing. From the October 2013 issue.

October 2013 Issue (Volume 26, Number 9)

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October 2013 Issue (Volume 26, Number 9)

Today’s Facility Manager: October 2013TFMOct2013

Tricks Of The Trade: Tackling Sewage Odors and Roofing Research

Technology And FM: Disaster Tech | Preparing for the worst case is a sound approach when considering natural disaster threats.

The HVAC Factor: Keeping Steady With Geothermal | This renewable energy approach maintains crucial temperatures for a research facility in North Carolina.

Professional Development: What People Want | With the demand for wireless connectivity here to stay, a distributed antennae system is an option.

Services & Maintenance: Security Merge | Implementing new measures into an existing facility should take into account the assets already in place.

Green Cleaning Trends: Cleaning With Electrolyzed Water | This chemical free cleaning process is effective for many applications. Also, create a green cleaning program, and ensure eco-friendly power washing.

FM Issue: Financing Renewable Energy | Facility managers interested in cleaner power sources may find projects more feasible with emerging funding options.

LEED Case Study: To Sustain And Support | Certified LEED Gold, Seattle University’s Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons brings together a plethora of learning resources.

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