Articles covering the broader concept of environmental awareness, including corporate social responsibility, climate change, and other news about how facility managers can impact the environment are included.
Sloan Valve Company has become the first plumbing company in the world to receive the Cradle to Cradle Design certification for its products. MBDC, the product process and design firm that evaluates companies and their products based on their “eco-effectiveness,” certified two Sloan plumbing products for silver level status: the Uppercut dual flush flushometer and the Royal model 111 manual flushometer.
Developed in consultation with Businesses for Social Responsibility (BSR), the publication focuses on partnership programs from the EPA. “A Business Guide to U.S. EPA Climate Partnership Programs” features profiles on 35 EPA climate-change related partnership programs, as well as a table designed to assist companies find the programs most appropriate for their industry and business objectives. Each
This month's column from Jeff Crane drifts into the realm of the
The end of a long, dreary winter has TFM Columnist Dr. Tim Springer in an agricultural
Titanium dioxide is being used to reduce maintenance
Among those joining the list was JCPenney, the first big box retailer to earn the designation from the U.S. Environmental Protection
No matter the facility, the "3Rs" can serve as a universal guideline for conserving
This Q&A with Peter Whiteman illustrates how new chillers provide an energy efficient solution for a healthcare facility in Saskatchewan,
The new NSF 140-2007 Standard will help facility managers ensure the best product for their