New Service Spotlight Archives
Focused toward public sector facility managers, Siemens has a program offering solar energy projects without having to make an initial capital investment in solar equipment.
The new service allows fms to make a decision about prices and capabilities in advance, before a disaster strikes their facilities, instead of in the chaotic midst of a disaster or emergency situation.
The Refrigerant Reclaim Centers offer programs that are flexible and convenient to help facility managers (fms) manage their recovered refrigerants.
Previously branded as EnergyView Online, Remote Energy Management is a hosted solution that enables users to save energy from anywhere and at any time.
DataNoMore logs receipt and processing, professionally shreds the hard drive, and sends a certificate of destruction noting how and where the hard drive was reduced to bite sized pieces of commodity grade material.
The Calculator allows for comparison of building energy costs for multiple glazing options in prototypical buildings based on multiple variables.
Bentley Prince Street recently recognized an industry need for modular carpet that offers increased design flexibility and in response, launched three new carpet tile sizes. The company then went to work developing the Tile Configurator. The functionality of the three tile sizes coupled with the convenience of the Tile Configurator makes it an option for designers and facility managers (fms) to conceptualize and improve their current spaces.
The offering builds on the company’s experience assisting customers with inventory management by providing solutions to business’ operations.
Aramark recently introduced an environmentally friendly “Blue Cleaning” program to its custodial management customers across North America. Tested in several universities and school districts, convention centers, and businesses across the country, this program uses electrically activated water in place of chemicals to clean most floors, carpets, and hard surface areas safely.
Precision-Paragon [P2], a division of Hubbell Lighting, Inc., now offers a free web app that provides a starting point with an estimated range of cost, savings, and environmental benefits for lighting retrofit projects in offices, warehouses, and manufacturing spaces.