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In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, some reports say the Superdome will be knocked down.This message comes from CNN:The Louisiana Superdome was so heavily...
Carpet reuse and recycling programs advance a company
Efforts to lessen the environmental impact of a facility can take on many forms.
With proper infrastructure and treatment in place, reusing water can be a viable option for a facility.
Last week, the Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) announced it has joined forces with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to help Florida’s...
An old process using recent technology can change the way flooring is thought about.
Contributor John Bodrozic shares communal software approaches that keep fms on top of construction projects.
Throwing away garbage doesn't mean it will never turn up in a building again.
The installation of a dealkalyzer system at a manufacturing plant saves more than one million gallons of water annually.
On many college campuses, facility managers and students are working together to further environmental action.
Inadequate networks can prove to be the fly in the VoIP ointment.
Advances in filter media and duct insulation help facility managers create productive, efficient work space.
With the help of groups and some states, responsible disposal of lamps containing mercury is made simpler.
It's not impossible to facilitate energy efficiency in a government building.
Successful pest management programs concentrate on preventive measures and professional help.
Guest Contributor Paul von Paumgartten knows skeptics who doubt the relevance of environmental diligence may need some direction.
Market forces are making refurbishing more customer friendly.
Cutting Costs At Large Corporate Campuses
Don't expect others to create safe havens for the technology that keeps your company running.
Selecting a cleaning contractor goes well beyond creating a spotless facility.