On Feb. 17, our virtual networking session will cover new employee onboarding and retention best practices
Staffing, supply chain issues and workplace changes are the challenges facing FMs
The EPA’s WaterSense program, a voluntary public-private partnership that has saved more than $68 billion in water and energy bills since 2006, is now part of federal law for the first time. The recent enactment of America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 lifts WaterSense from its status as a discretionary program to federal legal status, meaning it now qualifies for annual appropriations rather than having to rely on the EPA administrator’s discretionary funds each year. Click here for more information.