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August 2014 Cleanthoughts

No Winter Surprises

Phillip Lawless, Editor
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August 2014 Feature 4

Keeping Walkways Free Of Snow And Ice

Steps to maintain preparation for foul weather events this winter.
Greg MacDonnell
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Preventing winter slip-and-fall accidents has never been more important for in-house custodial professionals and building service contractors.


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Cleanthoughts March 2014

Greetings From The Future

Phillip Lawless
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Before we blast off into (hopefully) sunny skies and warmer temperatures, please allow me to backpedal a bit.


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CM e-News Daily

From the issue: Saving energy while staying warm

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Much of the country found itself in a deep freeze recently, which has a number of negative impacts.


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January 2014 Tackling Trouble Areas

Surviving The Big Chill

Inspection and preparation will help facilities make it through another harsh winter.
Mike Fitzpatrick
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It is important to realize that proper preparation for the winter season can drastically reduce the effect it has on your property and mitigate any expenses.


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March 2013 Maintenance Matters

Safeguarding Against A Roof Catastrophe

Tips to minimize structural damage to your facility’s roofs that can occur from snow and ice buildup.
Liz Miller
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After any weather event, the roofing surface and components should be inspected for any signs of damage.


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CMM Online Exclusive

Woe Is Wintertime Weather

Are you stocked and prepared for the coming of Old Man Winter?
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Each year, war is waged on wintertime weather to protect our sidewalks, parking lots and building occupants from sleet, snow, hail and ice. The question is: Are you prepared?


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August 2010 Facility Focus

Act Now And Reap The Benefits Later

Purchasing winter products early ensures that you will have an ample supply and allows you to put a preventative plan in place before the winter weather hits.
Amanda Martini-Hughes
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Oftentimes, snow and ice melt products are not purchased until they are required, which could be detrimental if you come to find your distributor's supply is low.


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October 2011 Tackling Trouble Areas

Putting On A Few Thousand Pounds

Make sure your truck can handle the stress of winter maintenance equipment.
James Truan
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By taking several factors into consideration, people can choose the proper equipment to extend the service life of their trucks, operate more safely and avoid giving the phrase "overhauling your truck" a different meaning.


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January 2011 Letters And Views

Excerpts From The CMM Online Forum

A discussion on the overuse of rock salt during inclement winter weather.
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A timeless discussion from December 2010 on the CMM Online Forum focused on the overuse of rock salt during inclement winter weather.


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