BioSystem Solutions exists to help municipalities, institutions and businesses solve the vast problem of biodegradable waste disposal by turning it into a profitable and sustainable revenue stream. Immediate corrective solutions are accomplished through BioSystem Solutions’ state-of-the-art composting systems. The industry’s most flexible, productive and cost-effective composting equipment are complimented by unparalleled supportive services.
For more information, please visit www.biosystemsolutions.com.
The BPM Forum is an organization that helps advance the understanding of business performance management techniques, technologies, and processes in global enterprises. The Forum brings together influential senior executives and business line who oversee enterprise finance, operations, and technology functions. Driven by demands for improved operational conditioning and corporate governance, the BPM Forum helps research, develop and promote cutting-edge methods to strengthen financial management disciplines, drive performance accountability; tighten budgeting and planning practices; strengthen operational visibility and insight; and ensure performance improvements across large organizations.
For more information, please visit www.bpmforum.org
Facility Managers Institute News
Facility Managers Institute News is sent to FMI division members three times a year. This online newsletter addresses subjects such as the Integrated Approach to plant management, security and safety issues, and overall facility management. The Facility Managers Institute of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) is dedicated to providing its members industry information, conference and seminar programs, reference books, and marketplace surveys to enhance their knowledge base and job effectiveness. Visit us at http://www.aeecenter.org/DivisionNewsletters.
Food Management Magazine
Food Management provides ideas for foodservice directors, managers and chefs through coverage of industry issues and events, operational topics and food trends that affect the noncommercial foodservice industry. It serves the professional, managerial, culinary, and operational interests of foodservice directors and managers, chefs and dietitians in the total noncommercial foodservice market. Each issue contains ideas and how-to information about food (recipes, preparation, nutrition, etc.) and management (labor, business, service, company and operator profiles, etc.). On the Web at http://www.food-management.com.
Green@Work provides its readers with essential literacy on environmental and social sustainability in the business context. It explores developments in the greening of business, and covers relevant legislative and regulatory trends. It delivers basic tools and suggestions for applying the principles of sustainability—both professionally and personally. Each Green@Work issue delivers insightful coverage of the latest in corporate sustainability and previews what’s on the horizon. It presents critical information and makes it meaningful and applicable: which issues are crucial, what’s being done successfully and how you can do it. Reach them online at http://www.greenatworkmag.com.
International Food and Agribusiness Management Association
IAMA was formed in 1990 to stimulate strategic thinking across the full spectrum of the food chain. Today, IAMA serves as an effective worldwide networking organization and acts as a functional bridge between the agribusiness industry, researchers, educators, government, consumer groups and non-governmental organizations. IAMA provides high quality, value-added products and services to meet the needs of our members, and addresses the many challenges and opportunities facing food chain participants through leadership and innovation. IAMA’s members are stakeholders in the success of the organization through their involvement in volunteer networks and program activities.
For more information, please visit www.ifama.org.
MSW Management Magazine
MSW Management is written for professionals working in the solid waste management industry. Our readers are those who plan, site, build, engineer, maintain, monitor and operate private or public-sector solid waste landfills, solid waste and recycling collection and disposal systems, composting operations, yard waste processing operations, incinerators, and all other operations and facilities that are used to manage our solid wastes. MSW Management was established in 1991 and is published 7 times each year, reaching about 25,000 subscribers with each issue.
For more information, please visit www.mswmanagement.com
StopWaste.Org is the Alameda County Waste Management Authority and the Alameda County Source Reduction and Recycling Board operating as one public agency. The Authority is responsible for preparation of the Alameda County Integrated Waste Management Plan and Alameda County Hazardous Waste Management Plan. It manages a long-range program for development of solid waste facilities and offers a wide variety of other programs in the areas of source reduction and recycling, market development, technical assistance and public education. The Recycling Board is responsible for programs that promote source reduction, residential and commercial recycling, recycled product procurement and market development. Visit us online at http://www.stopwaste.org.
Tecogen Inc. operates in the distributed generation market and is a leading manufacturer of natural gas fueled commercial and industrial cogeneration and cooling systems. Tecogen has an installed base of more than 1,800 units, which it supports through an established network of engineering, sales, and service support. Tecogen is based in Waltham, Massachusetts with service centers located in nine regions of the United States.
For more information, please visit www.tecogen.com.