Items Tagged with 'energy'
Linda Chipperfield, vice president of marketing & communications, discusses steps for instituting a sustainability program as well as new green technologies.
New technologies such as web-based systems and analytics are available that can help distributors advise their clients of greener and more sustainable products.
IEHA’s Gene Woodard to speak at WSU 10th Annual Energy/Facilities Connections Conference.
xpedx plans to earn designation in five new facilities, recertify 23 others in 2014.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released its sixth annual list of the 25 U.S. metropolitan areas with the most ENERGY STAR certified buildings in 2013.
With as much as 85 percent of the plastics found in everyday use winding up in landfills, it’s not surprising that more cleaning industry professionals and consumers alike are committing to doing their part to leave the smallest impact on the environment.
The words ‘clean’ and ‘green’ go together perfectly — and not just because they rhyme! The sustainability agenda is informing and driving legislation, product design, service provision and trends in so many areas of our lives — and the cleaning and maintenance of our buildings is no exception.
For facility managers in the education market, it can be hard to know which "green" or "sustainable" practices will actually help reduce costs.
Operations and management procedures that will lead to overall improvements in the working and learning environment, including reduced operating costs, healthier indoor air, improved comfort and reduced water consumption.
Much of the country found itself in a deep freeze recently, which has a number of negative impacts.