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March 03, 2008


Identifying and Treating Environmental Hazards
COURTESY OF CARNOW, CONIBEAR & ASSOC., LTD.
Identifying and Treating Environmental Hazards
Mold, asbestos, and lead are among the most common problems you'll face when dealing with hazardous materials - here's what you need to know about them.
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Office Conditions Leave Room for Improvement
Forget salaries, expense accounts, or keys to the executive washroom. Employee loyalty is won or lost over the cleanliness of the bathrooms and the amount of sticky goo on the carpet.
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How to Get a Greener Clean
Green cleaning requires the use of environmentally friendly cleaning agents, high-performance cleaning equipment, and efficient processes.
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More Hospital Waste Recycled
Last month, Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno, CA, launched a wide-scale recycling program.
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World's First 'Positive-Energy' Mixed-Use Building
The new Masdar headquarters will be the world's first large-scale, mixed-use, "positive-energy" building, producing more energy than it consumes.
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