Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. water articles below.
An infographic from Dow Water & Process Solutions shows how advanced treatment technologies can help save costs and reduce water usage in cooling towers.
One professional asks what the standard minimum maintenance requirement is for operating a vacant building.
Historically, water efficiency has taken a backseat to energy efforts, but this is all changing now.
This article features four products that cover the building envelope.
In this web exclusive product focus, the editors present several of the latest introductions to the market.
Green building consultant, speaker and author, Jerry Yudelson has announced his annual list of major green building trends that will affect the industry in 2014 and beyond.
This chemical free process may help facilities further green maintenance goals. From the October 2013 issue.
Facility managers can stop water and energy use from going down the drain. From the September 2013 issue.
The Michigan based company offers facility managers an alternative to pipe replacement and the associated expenses.
Yahoo!'s 1 million square foot campus consisting of seven buildings is the first of its kind to receive LEED EBOM gold certification.
Citing a looming freshwater crisis that could affect the nation’s economy, the livability of our communities, and the health of our ecosystems, a diverse coalition recently issued a landmark call to action aimed at heading off a national crisis in water quality and supply.
Looking ahead to what 2010 might bring, a new survey conducted last month asked facility managers and other building professionals about water conservation, water costs, and other related issues in their facilities in the coming year.
This CPVC water piping system from Charlotte Pipe and Foundry Company is a practical, easy-to-install system for non-potable water uses inside buildings.
The world’s first floating apartment complex, The Citadel, will incorporate the benefits of water into the infrastructure of the development.
The Georgia World Congress Center Authority will soon be able to water its landscaping and turn on ornamental water features.