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Maintaining Lighting Systems Require Proper Planning
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Maintaining Lighting Systems Require Proper PlanningMaintaining a facility's lighting system is an important task for any facility and engineering manager. Not only is it crucial to stay current with improving technologies to prevent energy waste, but managers must plan accordingly prior to retrofitting their lighting systems.

Take a look at the information in this FacilitiesNet Article, covering five key topics related to maintaining your facility's lighting systems.

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Need to recycle lots of lamps? Try the Bulb Eater®!

Bulb Eater The Bulb Eater® is the most efficient way to recycle large quantities of fluorescent lamps, saving up to 20 hours of labor per 1,000 lamps and 80% in storage space versus intact lamps.

 
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Thank You! Customer Care Survey Score NPS 74.5!
Air Cycle Corporation

Air Cycle Scores an NPS of 74.5Thank you, Survey Respondents, for assisting our market research firm in completing the recent Customer Care Survey. From this survey we develop a Net Promoter Score (NPS) which is an indicator that helps us measure how well we are serving you and your needs. This metric is an integral part of our entire Customer Care Program that we have embarked upon since September of 2011. Our NPS last year was 62, and this most recent survey showed an improvement to 74.5!!
 
Thank you again for helping us  create this measurement. We look forward to serving you in the future, and improving further upon our performance.

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Viking Pure: A New Way to Clean
Air Cycle Corporation

Viking PureViking Pure is a new way to safely and efficiently sanitize and clean your facility while reducing your environmental footprint.

The system generates both a cleaning and a sanitizing solution on-site from salt, water, and electricity. This means no more expensive freight costs from shipping large quantities of chemicals, no more handling of heavy drums while processing those chemicals, and no more fumes or harsh treatments while using the chemicals.

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Facts for FAQs

Q.  Why can't I just throw my lamps in the trash?

A.  Lamps contain mercury and in most cases are considered hazardous. The Environmental Protection Agency regulates the management of spent lamps. Most states do not allow hazardous lamps to be disposed in solid waste landfills.
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