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Education Facilities e-Newsletter: October 2013

October 04, 2013
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New Techniques For Training University Cleaners
High-traffic areas and crowded buildings will benefit from up-to-date cleaning methods.
Plants — The Silent Cleaner
Increasing the number of plants inside a building can reduce the toxicity of indoor air.
The Case For Requiring
Employee ID Cards

The photo ID card is an easy, visible way to communicate a company's training and standards while promoting its brand.
Custodial staff recognized
The Nash-Rocky Mount Public School custodial staff recently completed their annual federally mandated training and received some well-deserved awards.
ProTeam's next generation of backpack vacuums
The Super Coach Pro™ and GoFree Pro™ provide unmatched balance and comfort through the FlexFit™ articulating harness system and allow for seamless transitions between flooring types. Clean more square-footage in less time with less effort. Four Level® Filtration w/HEPA improves indoor air quality by capturing soil, dust, and microscopic pollutants. More Details
Sizeable pay cuts on the horizon
Details of a pending contract, which would outsource custodial services, indicate that most of the 200 school custodians currently employed by the Cherokee County School District will take a substantial pay cut.
Janitors make the grade
Recycling awareness is at an all time high at Pittsfield Public Schools thanks to the work of the district's custodians.
ICAN/ATEX: Can you restore a damaged whiteboard?
Click through to read the expert advice from this installment of ICAN/ATEX, which pertains to restoring whiteboards.

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