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The potential for large cost savings from energy efficiency upgrades to industrial operations often justifies the salary of dedicated energy managers—and some utilities will pay all or most of that salary.
As end-users, facility managers have until June 1, 2016 to have chemicals in their facilities properly labeled according to the OSHA-mandated Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals.
Under the new version of the Clean Water Act storm water discharge permit, many light industrial facilities previously exempted may need to comply.
Would you trust a Chairless Chair to support your body weight? Or is it just a gimmick that’s cashing in on the robotics craze? What do facility managers and engineers think?
Based on an imaging laser that collects thousands of survey shots per second, HDS technology quickly gathers facility survey data.
Suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications, this new fixture operates at 125 lumens per watt.
Recently proposed permitting requirements for storm water discharges in California are expected to be implemented in January 2015, and it may set the trend for water quality regulation nationwide.
This electric tug is a self contained, battery powered, walk-behind power mover that aids workers in moving heavy parts and equipment. Typical applications include moving materials from receiving to processing or assembly areas in a variety of industries.
More than ever, industrial companies rely on sustainability minded facility management teams for value driven and innovative solutions to reduce consumption and, in turn, operational expenses.
Launched in 2011, this ISO Standard guides the development of an energy management standard for facilities.