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For facilities considering new or expanded sustainability initiatives, measuring results can present a challenge, but gathering and analyzing data are critical — they help you define success and plan for the future.
While you may expect to see someone dressed as a vampire on Halloween, vampires can be found year-round. Energy vampires are devices that draw standby power, even when not in use. Check out these tips on how you can slay your energy vampires.
Tennant releases our ninth annual corporate sustainability report. Read about many of the activities that the company does to help make our world a cleaner, safer, healthier place.
Managing landmark properties for clients with strong sustainability initiatives has led Compass Facility Services to explore new technologies. In a recent article, they explain their use of the Orbio os3 on-site generation system for making electrolyzed water cleaning solutions.
As businesses continue to search for ways to reduce costs and improve their sustainability practices, saving water is becoming an area of focus.
The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) encourages companies to limit greenhouse gas emissions. Tennant is proud to join other large companies to set targets in line with the Paris Agreement’s goal to limit global warming.
The theme for this year’s Earth Day global campaign is End Plastic Pollution. Read more for ways you can reduce plastic waste individually, and how Tennant is continuously working to become a zero waste organization.
Using environmentally-friendly products and practices whenever possible is simply the right thing to do. It’s also great for your bottom line.
Sustainability plans can combine strategies for building a sustainable future with sound business goals. Many companies are asking their business partners how their environmental practices fit – learn more about Tennant’s eco-advantaged products and practices.
Start your sustainability program planning with an audit of your current practices.