Confusion Of Clearing Up Recycling

Recycling rules are confusing. As managers of recycling programs are struggling with too much “contaminated” material, it’s important to know what will work and what won’t. An article on the Tucson.com website offered some simple tips. Share these with building occupants to help streamline recycling programs and guarantee environmental stewardship ...
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Library Installs Blue Lights In Bathrooms

On a typical day in the Spokane Public Library, a custodian could be greeted by blood in bathroom stalls, needles in the toilets and paper towels spread everywhere. Now library leaders are trying to put a stop to it by installing blue lighting in the men’s public restrooms, which are ...
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Tips On Floor Care

There are a number of significant trends occurring right now in hard floor care, a few of which are part of an ongoing “concrete revolution” says Mark Warner, CMI education manager at ISSA. The origins of concrete can be traced back thousands of years even before ancient Roman civilization, which ...
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Flu Season Isn’t Over

Influenza activity ebbs and flows based on any number of factors, but it tends to grow momentum in October and November, peaking between December and February, before finally trickling off. But, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, flu season can last as late as May, which ...
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Some Tweets About Spring Cleaning

It’s officially spring, which means longer days, changing temperatures and, of course, spring cleaning. While cleaning out your house may seem like a gargantuan task, many funny folks on Twitter have proven that the annual tradition is rife with opportunities for humor. Below find 40 hilarious tweets about spring cleaning ...
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2019 National Pet Day!

ABOUT NATIONAL PET DAY National Pet Day was founded in 2006 by Pet & Family Lifestyle Expert, Animal Welfare Advocate Colleen Paige, to celebrate the joy pets bring to our lives and to create public awareness about the plight of many different kinds of animals awaiting a forever home in ...
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Predicting global spread of mosquitoes

Outbreaks of mosquito-borne illnesses like yellow fever, dengue, Zika and chikungunya are rising around the world. Climate change has created conditions favorable to mosquitoes' spread, but so have human travel and migration and accelerating urbanization, creating new mini-habitats for mosquitoes. In today's Nature Microbiology, a large group of international collaborators ...
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Home healthcare nurses’ knowledge attitudes toward infection control

Home healthcare workers' beliefs about infection prevention influence whether they comply with prevention protocols more than their actual knowledge of how to comply, according to new research published in the American Journal of Infection Control (AJIC), the journal of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC). Based ...
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bathing 2 to 3 times a week is best

How often do you bathe in a week? Well, if you’re U.K.-born fashion designer Vivienne Westwood you get in the shower once a week, a decision she attributes to helping her stay young – so is she onto something? According to The Independent, the 76-year-old spoke to reporters after the ...
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When do school and company break up for Easter?

When is Easter 2019? Unlike Halloween, Christmas and Valentine’s Day which all fall on fixed dates, Easter can be anytime between March 22 and April 25. In 2019 it falls on Sunday, April 21. Good Friday is therefore April 19, and the Easter Monday bank holiday is on April 22 ...
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