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California has passed Assembly Bill 827 mandating that businesses that provide customer access and are required to arrange for recycling services, also must provide customers with a visible, easily accessible recycling bin or container for trash. The new requirement excludes full-service restaurants.

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Check out the the latest ENERGY STAR updates.

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics released the October 2019 PPI Index on Nov. 14.  

 

 

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During the last few years, many companies have focused on how to train, recruit and retain millennials. However, a new generation is emerging and starting to enter the workforce that requires just as much attention – Generation Z.

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The concept of The Shortening Shuttle® began with a man and his wife cleaning restaurants, which included removing excess cooking oil from fryers. They were continually burning themselves as they transported the waste hot oil. They knew there had to be a better way.

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“Every year, more than 200,000 U.S. service members return to civilian life,” according to the Manufacturing Institute. And over the years, our industry has seen the value in these veterans joining our workforce – both for service members and manufacturers alike.

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Twenty-two organizations, including NAFEM, submitted comments to the DOE on its proposed rule to address current delays in requests for interim waivers. Due to the volume and specificity of comments receive, Jeff Longsworth, NAFEM legal counsel, Barnes and Thornburg, expects it will be spring before DOE issues a revised draft. In addition to NAFEM’s comments, […]

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Hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) are the fastest growing greenhouse gas (GHG) emission in Delaware. As directed by Governor John Carney and supported by House Concurrent Resolution 60, the state has set a target to reduce GHG emissions by 26- to 28-percent by 2025 (from 2005 levels). To do so, Delaware intends to phase out HFCs by 2025. On Sept. […]

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On Oct. 14, President Trump immediately increased tariffs on Turkish steel to 50 percent and halted negotiations with the country. This action followed Turkey’s attack on Syrian Kurds at its southern border soon after the president removed U.S. troops from the region.

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