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How to Prevent Mold-related Problems in an Indoor Workspace

Mold and fungi are microorganisms that can be found everywhere. Although you might only be familiar with moldy food it can grow at your office, too. We often find mold growth in drywall, fabric, wallpaper, ceiling tiles, and more. If your building gets flooded often, you should do all you can to prevent mold. Discussed …

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Waste Management in the Auto, Construction, and Healthcare Industries

Back in 2019, the United States was declared by Verisk Maplecroft as the most wasteful country in the world. The country’s population only accounts for around four percent of the population of the world. And yet, Verisk Maplefort found that the country was responsible for 12 percent of the world’s municipal solid waste (MSW). This …

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Designing Factory Building: Things to Consider

Factory building needs to be designed after a thorough production plan, plant layout, and equipment sequences. It’s necessary to keep several factors in mind that might affect the factory’s functionality and safety. Here are the things you need to consider when designing a factory. Strong, Durable, and Safe Construction Since factories often go through strenuous …

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How the Construction Industry Has Changed

The towering buildings, facilities, and our very homes are products of construction companies. For many years, these companies have been inclined to building our buildings and designing them for our comfort. But buildings aren’t the only projects that they have constructed all these years. The bridges and roads that we use are products of construction …

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Rethinking Safety Programs in the Construction Industry

Construction sites are one of the most perilous and dangerous working sites. According to OSHA, there are more than 6 million construction workers in over 250,000 construction sites all over the country. Compared to other industries in the same category, the rate of fatalities is much higher in the construction industry. The potential hazards in …

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