Successful solid waste management operations partially depend on someone within that organization to inform and educate the public in a manner yielding positive impacts. Case in point: Ashley Northcotte, the engagement and education coordinator for waste management in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. The entity’s 12 municipalities service 190,000 households
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Deborah Degillio is president of American Water Enterprises, the market-based products and services division of American Water. She also is a mother of two boys, ages 7 and 9. “They tell me, ‘The water we drink in our house is from you,’” she says. Degillio is not only pleased that
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Building owners and operators are adopting “smart” and non-traditional HVAC technologies that not only continue to meet occupancy comfort needs, but provide operation and efficiency benefits. They’re also seeking systems that put more control at their fingertips, industry experts say.
The workplace is often a balancing act between adhering to regulations and enhancing the bottom line. It’s the job of David Truax, CPESC, CPSWQ—a consultant/instructor at HB Next Corporation in Atlanta, GA—to help clients achieve that. The company provides services to construction companies, public and private utilities, and other industries
IN MID-OCTOBER 2017, Jay Selby turned on the TV news to see what he knew to be a “really detrimental” fire.
“If you’ve worked in this industry long enough, you know you’re going to be involved,” says Selby, president of Selby’s Soil Erosion Control Co. in Newcastle, CA. “There were a