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The engineering behind battery designs and the manufacturing techniques employed by battery companies have advanced in recent years.
Survey finds collegiate sports becoming greener and more sustainable.
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.
To succeed, all stakeholders must buy into the program and participate in a manner that conveys a clear message to the entire organization.
Today’s universities and other large institutions are expected to be increasingly conscious of their environmental and sustainability practices and to set an example for students, faculty and their community.
In order to comply with your obligations as a building or property manager, state or federal regulations under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) need to be followed.
It has become increasingly clear that, when it comes to paper, recycling may not be as good for the environment as previously thought.
Many states have laws requiring lamp recycling and the proper disposal of ballasts, batteries and electronic waste. Make sure you are compliant with your state regulations.
Green techniques can be incorporated into a facility at any time, regardless of age or use; do the right thing and protect your bottom line, as environmentally responsible businesses are efficient businesses.