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Process Cleaning for Healthy Schools (PC4HS) is providing guidance on handling potential PCB-containing dust in academic environments.
CoreFirst LLC has introduced a proprietary seismic upgrade retrofit system. Modular, steel constructed, “cartridge” style safe zones are installed into existing buildings to upgrade the ability of these structures to withstand a seismic event.
Several online tools help facility managers take a proactive approach to controlling fire ants.
Georgia-Pacific Professional donated an estimated two year supply to the city’s school district.
Armstrong, in conjunction with the IIDA, recently conducted a contest seeking innovative floor and ceiling projects.
The survey found that one in three of those surveyed said the majority of U.S. schools are in “poor” shape. Only 6% said U.S. schools are in “excellent” shape.
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.
Employees at a New Jersey firm recently donated time and products to clean a school in nearby Newark.
TFM Columnist Jim Elledge gives advice on finding energy management solutions for multi-purpose facilities
The EPA has released recommended steps to take for schools with older lighting fixtures in order to reduce potential exposures to harmful levels of PCBs.
The guidance — part of EPA’s efforts to address potential PCB exposures in schools — is based on evidence that the older ballasts contain PCBs that can leak when the ballasts fail,