Carpet reuse and recycling programs advance a
A development in cooling tower construction can ease installation and maintenance demands.
Efforts to lessen the environmental impact of a facility can take on many forms.
TFM editors have received numerous announcements about generous and charitable donations being made by businesses across the country. However, this request for accommodation goes out specifically to anyone within a 300 mile radius of the Hurricane Katrina impact zone. If you have extra dorm space, warehouse space, or other surplus space in your facility or on your campus, please speak with the appropriate
Building managers hoping to control HVAC costs and maximize comfort and safety can now access a free-of-charge “Temperature and Temperature/Humidity Mapping Guide” from Dickson Company. This best practices guide to warehouse and production facility temperature and humiditymapping can potentially save users of the Guide thousands of dollars annually by protecting inventory quality. Dickson’s “Temperature and
When air handling systems do not work as designed, it often leaves building occupants uncomfortable and makes energy bills high. The California Energy Commission Public Interest Energy Research (PIER) program offers a technical brief, “Guide Aids Commissioning of Air Handling Systems.” The document is available for download at http://esource.com/public/products/cec_form.asp and contains information on
The cleaning work on Mount Rushmore has been successfully completed. The project involved pressure washing the faces of Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln, which were carved into the mountain more than 60 years ago. “The work was completed on time and at no cost to the National Park Service,” says Mike Schaffer, president of Tornado Industries.
Safety, health, and environmental professionals should develop safeguards to protect workers from nanoparticles that could enter their bloodstream or lungs, recommended American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) member Robert Adams, CIH, CSP. Nanoparticles are particles of materials the size of one-billionth of a meter; at this level, the physical, chemical, and biological properties of matter can be engineered to
With Hurricane Katrina, one of the worst storms to ever hit the US mainland, leaving billions of dollars in property damage in her wake, many property owners are asking “What could I have done to prepare better before it hit?” And even those who did prepare as best they could are asking the now more important question, “How do I recover?” For those looking for information on how to receive assistance in the
With the recent signing of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, Itron Inc. will host two online seminars to help understand some of the sweeping legislation in the policy. The measure includes directives that relate specifically to time-based rates for electricity, demand response, and the metering technology required to support the initiatives. The energy policy will have a significant impact on utilities and will change