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At Fairfield University in Connecticut, visual displays show energy usage in students’ dorms.
Beginning July 1, a $.05 per square yard stewardship assessment is being added to the sale of all carpet sold or shipped into California.
I am dealing with the problem of unwanted office furniture. What options do we have?
This summer, IRN is making a special request on behalf of tornado and flood victims in Missouri, Alabama, Massachusetts, and elsewhere: consider reuse as an alternative to disposal of surplus furnishings and other inventory.
Tune in at 12:00 pm CST on Wednesday, June 22 for a free webinar as Joe Day, senior account executive at Air Cycle, explains why recycling spent fluorescent lamps matters and how to select and implement the most efficient recycling method for your facility.
With this service, from start to finish, facility managers can identify where their items are in the recycling process.
Facility managers looking to find a second life for their furniture can look into the services provided by ANEW, a non-profit organization.
The right equipment can help facility managers to keep polyester (PET) strapping and steel banding out of landfills.
Opening this spring, the operation will serve the South Florida region.
“There are lots of ways to make this a more sustainable holiday season,” says Stephen Ashkin, president of The Ashkin Group. “And just remember, every sustainable gift we give is also a gift honoring our planet.”