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In Business, Green Is Good – What the FM Needs to Know about the Indoor Environment

Written and submitted by Jim Mumford, Good Earth Plant Company When did you last spend time outdoors? You might think everyone is outside enjoying summer weather and school vacations. In San Diego, there’s hardly a day all year when you can’t be outside in short sleeves (or less). Buried in a report by the Environmental …

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Water – What the FM Needs to Know About the Most Common Cause for Unmitigated Disasters

Written by: Jeff Taxier, SCLA, WRT, ASD, FSRT, Education and Training Manager, American Technologies, Inc. Submitted by: Jacqueline Nishnic, Business Development Manager at American Technologies, Inc. Water damage to physical property remains the most common type of loss in most parts of the country. There are a few states, like Texas, Oklahoma and Colorado, where …

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What Facility Managers Can Learn About Succession Planning from the Nuclear Industry

Written by: Nick Roth, Regional Manager, Facility Technology, ARC There’s an aging workforce in facility operations that must be replaced with a younger generation of workers. The good news is, this situation is not unique to facilities teams. In the early 2000s, the U.S. nuclear industry faced a similar demographic challenge to the one that …

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