Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. water-management articles below.
About 3% of Legionnaires’ disease cases were determined to be “definitely associated with a healthcare facility,” with 17% of cases listed as “possibly associated.”
Several K-12 and higher education facilities are among the 22 organizations receiving up to $60,000 each for water quality initiatives.
Reducing consumption and improving quality of this natural resource calls for a holistic, if measured, approach.
With global water demand for manufacturing expected to increase by 400 percent by 2050, Dow contends that organizations seeking to remain in business must use this scarce resource more efficiently.
With irrigation management a mature industry, indoor water management technologies are coming of age
With water rates up more than 41% since 2011, a growing number of businesses are using smart irrigation with IoT technology for water management at their facilities.
This issue takes a comprehensive look at sustainable facilities, including green cleaning, water management, LEED certification, and energy efficiency. Plus, wireless technology and security.
Establishing an ongoing maintenance program to detect and address leaks in facilities is an important part of water management.
For the first time in state history, mandatory water saving restrictions have been imposed by executive order.
A long-term effort toward sustainable practices at the University of California, Davis delivers results.
The challenges around water for facility management professionals are not going away. Learn how you can set the course for your organization.
This leak detection system helps pinpoint water leaks in plumbing lines, even when concealed by concrete, asphalt, or tile.
What do I do if my plant wants to reclaim cooling tower blowdown water and use it for the purposes of landscape irrigation?
Facility managers can stop water and energy use from going down the drain. From the September 2013 issue.
America’s commercial and institutional facilities use 17% of the water provided by the nation’s public water supplies, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Facility professionals need to optimize their usage of this precious resource.
This product allows water and fine particulates to flow through gutter systems while keeping out leaves and other debris.
There are opportunities for facilities professionals to take an active approach to conservation matters.
This Web Exclusive article is contributed by Tim Croll, manager of business development for FXI Building Products Corporation, maker of Leaf Defier® gutter protection...