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Q&A: What China’s plastic ban means for waste management industry
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China’s decision to impose restrictions on the recycling of imported paper and plastic has caused a headache for Canadian municipalities. The limitations put in place present a challenging new dawn for the waste management sector. Colin Bell from RecycleSmart Solutions explains what the ban means for the industry and possible solutions moving forward.
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Headlines
»Data-driven tech to upend restroom maintenance
 
»Why floors ruined by winter may not need replacing
 
»Five tips for keeping kitchens free of insects
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Floor Maintenance: Tips and Tools
Facility management professionals are faced with daily decisions on building maintenance, cleanliness, staff and operating costs. In that mix of responsibilities is implementing a floor care program that protects your floor investment and bottom line. »READ MORE
»AHRI announces opening of office in China
 
»Winnipeg student studies mosquitos to help fogging
 
»Fairmont Royal York: service second to none
 
H&S Building Supplies Ltd. is one of Ontario's premier maintenance supply wholesalers. We specialize in the multi-unit residential space; providing quality products, competitive prices, on-time delivery, and product knowledge second to none. We exist to service & supply the property management industry. »VISIT OUR WEBSITE
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Options for handling forgotten waste areas
The waste area in facilities is often the most ignored and forgotten place on the property. Facility funds are usually directed to front-end activities that impact customers and tenants, whereas the waste area is often hidden away in a garage, behind fencing or in a back alley, perpetuating the out-of-sight, out-of-mind mentality. »READ MORE
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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
Copper allays germy fitness centres
Copper alloys, traditionally used in hospitals to help fight health-care acquired infections, aren’t as prevalent in non-traditional spaces where germs also spread. While it’s been determined that antibacterial properties of copper metals kill 99.9 per cent of bacteria within two hours when installed on high-touch surfaces, there isn’t as much uptake in facilities like athletic centres or trendy mixed-use developments that add fitness areas. »READ MORE
 
 
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