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This document highlights the results that a number of facility management teams at convention centers, sports venues, performing arts centers, and other public assembly spaces have achieved through the use of LEED green building rating system.
The first technology company to achieve Zero Waste Facility Certification, Microsoft diverts 90 percent waste from its global headquarters.
Recycling programs and requirements have been in place for decades. An emerging area impacting facility management is the handling of organic waste.
Recycling the volume and variety of materials used in facilities requires planning and communication.
A partnership between NSF and Sustainable Waste Solutions helps facilities divert waste from landfills, ensuring the waste is reused, recycled, or processed as waste to energy.
IFMA publishes a free educational resource produced in association with the IFMA Foundation as part of popular how-to series.
At the university, water consumption and greenhouse gas emissions are markedly lower and environmentally friendly methods of waste management have significantly increased the percentage of solid waste material that is recycled and kept out of the landfill.
Cigarette waste is recycled free of charge through a program launched by TerraCycle and facilitated by funding from Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Co.
Designed to enhance safety, these tubes feature steel enclosures that attach to the bottom of the company's recycling carts, trucks, or containers.
Featuring laser cut designs, this decorative sawgrass waste receptacle is the newest member of Witt's Covington Collection.
The 2012 FEC Award winners completed a variety of electronics stewardship activities in fiscal year 2011, including purchasing more than 105,000 green electronics registered with EPEAT; enabling power saving sleep features on more than 97% of their computers and monitors; and recycling more than 361,000 pounds of electronics.
These containers can be configured and reconfigured to meet current and future recycling needs.
Charged with keeping the Jetson household neat and tidy, the fictional Rosie has essentially met her modern day match: Dr. R.E. ("robotic environmentalist") Cycler—an educator AND a machine with a true purpose: to explain the ins and outs of recycling.
This "smart" compactor optimizes customer service to eliminate unnecessary pickups.
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