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The rapid maturation of the waste management industry has created a considerable opportunity for large enterprises and multi-site businesses to achieve significant bottom-line savings. In some cases, companies have even turned what was formerly a cost of doing business into a new revenue stream. Multi-site businesses have long been hamstrung by a waste management industry marked by geographic, service-level, and cost fragmentation. Many companies have left the responsibility of selecting and managing waste haulers to site managers. 


Today, the facility manager’s role goes well beyond maintenance. He or she must keep up with new codes and standards, learn emerging trends and technologies, and consider new ways to teach new recruits as boomers retire. Download the white paper, “How Facility Management Is Changing in 2016,” to learn more. 


One of the primary objectives of an EMS is to reduce costs through improved operational and energy efficiency. To achieve that objective, you must invest the time and resources necessary to ensure your EMS is performing properly. This guide will share best practices and recommendations for the optimization of EMS performance and proven suggestions that extend its overall life and value to your organization. We will address the most common reasons for EMS system failure, and we will make recommendations for the resolution of these issues through a properly executed System Management Program.


There's the ideal proactive maintenance program, and there's reality most of us manage while we work toward it. Here are tips for optimizing your resources and starting a new program. 


In recent years, bicycle use has grown in communities across the country. This shift allows riding individuals to decrease their cost of living with lower automobile-related expenses, to spend less of their time dealing with the headaches of intense traffic, and to elevate their personal fitness. However, with the increased use of bikes also comes the need for greater safe cycling education, specialized bike lanes on roads, and community support and encouragement for a successful bicycle program. 

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