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GE Lighting spans the globe as an industry leader in major lighting, systems and services for commercial, industrial and residential use. Technology innovation and the company’s ecomaginationsm initiative enable GE Lighting to aggressively bring to market products and solutions that help customers meet pressing environmental challenges. Visit TFM’s LED Lighting channel today.
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Sponsored by KMC Controls
Facilities are looking to achieve higher levels of indoor environmental quality and energy efficiency by automating and controlling building systems. Visit TFM’s Building Automation channel to learn about pneumatic and electronic control devices for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.
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With this new standard, virtually all cleaning products used in institutional and industrial settings can now be Green Seal certified.
While you may not believe this following story, it’s true. A very unusual online store is selling a one of a kind office chair: a pilot’s ejector seat.
Yahoo!’s 1 million square foot campus consisting of seven buildings is the first of its kind to receive LEED EBOM gold certification.
An online resource provides real world examples of how facility managers can make a difference on energy and greenhouse gas emissions.
Some 500 million T12 fluorescent tubes are still being illuminated in U.S. buildings every day. That will start to change on July 1, 2012, however, when commonly used T12s will no longer be manufactured in—or imported to— the United States.