Archive for the ‘Preventive Maintenance’ Category

IoT in an Industrial Environment

The Internet of Things (IoT) is all around us and ranges from reality to concept. Consumers find smart technology embedded in wearable gadgets that track information related to health and fitness. They may include motion sensors, take photos, and sync with mobile devices. Internet connectivity aides this information sharing – whether information is uploaded to […]

Drivers on Deploying Asset Management Solutions – Moving from Excel and Paper to Forecasting Future Capital Investments

New england coastal

Observations by Edward Garibian, president of eRPortal Software Last week the New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA) held its annual conference in Boston, Mass. This three-day event provided an opportunity for professionals in the wastewater field to exchange knowledge and to learn about new technologies and processes that make wastewater management more effective and efficient. […]

Operations looks for ways to save funds

Operations looks for ways to save funds

Preventative maintenance is a vital part of many entities doing their best to ensure lean operations.

Michigan Road Commission wants more maintenance with less money

Michigan Road Commission wants more maintenance with less money

The cost of keeping the road in Indian River, Michigan, in working order is continuing to rise, however, there has been no increase in state transportation revenues, which is causing headaches for the Cheboygan County Road Commission, the Hillsdale News reports.

Preventative maintenance can mean huge savings

Preventative maintenance can mean huge savings

By implementing a regular maintenance routine, facilities management personnel can keep assets working productively and make them last longer, resulting in huge long-term savings, according to Utility Products.

Companies rely on sustainable facilities management practices, report shows

Companies rely on sustainable facilities management practices, report shows

A new energy efficiency and costs savings report is now available for the industrial sector, which demonstrates the increasing attention companies are paying to energy efficiency as a cost-savings method at their most energy-draining plants.

Consumer advocate seeks rate reduction for California plant downtime

Consumer advocate seeks rate reduction for California plant downtime

The Public Utilities Commission’s Division of Ratepayer Advocates is reportedly calling for Southern California Edison and San Diego Gas & Electric to reduce ratepayer bills due to the ongoing downtime at the San Onofre nuclear plant.

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