Archive for January, 2018
The advantages of printing technology are many. Electronic document management saves on paper and paper waste while maximizing efficiency. It cuts out much of the room for error and helps businesses to run as smoothly as possible.
When we talk about the advantages of printing technology, we must first talk about the pitfalls of traditional office supply use. First, it’s not in any way good for the environment. In just the United States alone, an individual office worker will use up to 10,000 sheets of p
In the United States, charitable donations have managed to absolutely rise over the past ten to twenty years. People are now investing more of their money, items, and personal time in trying to help people out who need the help. Some people believe that this is done because it is becoming more prevalent in the public eye, however, there is also some science behind the idea of giving to disabled veterans donations.
In just a year of 2014 alone, the total amount of money given to charitable organizations managed to reach $358.38 billion. This level of money has to be attributed to the fact that people believe they feel better when they are donating their time, money, and efforts towards disabled veterans donations and other types of donations services. Here are all of the facts on disabled veterans d
Within the United States, there are nearly 12 million trucks, rail cars, locomotives, and vessels moving goods throughout the large-scale transportation network. Of those 12 million, there are a reported 5.9 million commercial motor vehicle drivers operating within the transportation network of the U.S. (according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration). For those brokers that are measuring and tracking the truckload (TL) and less-than-truckload (LTL) transportation networks, there comes a serious benefit through digitally tracking the network itself, particularly in making documentation and more efficient. One such exploration into this digital foray is through the use of a transportation management s
During 2013, there were 78 million metric tons of plastic produced throughout the world. Almost all of this plastic was either dumped in landfills or ended up in the environment. Data indicates that 40% of the plastic entered landfills and 32% entered the environment. As a result, and various bodies of water became polluted. One of the best solutions to address this type of waste is to use plastic that can be recycled and reused.
It’s been established that a large percentage of this plastic waste enters the ocean, which amounts to an estimated 150 metric tons per year. This signifies that 31.9 metric tons isn’t disposed of properly. Recent figures indicate that the damage this causes to the overall environment amounts to a minimum of $13 billion every year. According to a 2016 Ellen MacArthur Foundation
It is something many Americans take for granted and is not provided adequately in many parts of the world. It is a refresher and a source of hydration, making it important in every day life as well as after workouts or vigorous physical activity. It is composed of two hydrogen atoms and one carbon dioxide atom. It is water.
Water is seen in the developed world as automatic. It comes out of our pipes, into our sinks and faucets, powering our washing machines and giving sustenance to our dishwashers. Water is purified either in water treatment plants in cities or with at-home purifiers. Water makes our toilets function, our showers, our hoses.
Cases where it is not available generally take place in cities, towns, countries where water is not readily available. These include some of the p
What happens to our wastewater? How do we take polluted or dirty water and turn it into clean water? What wastewater remediation plans are the most effective?
- Understanding the Situation: Our Earth is covered in water. We all know this from science class and the pictures we?ve seen from space. What most people don?t know is that only 3% of that water is actually fresh, and, of that, only 1% is fit for drinking. Nearly all of that is drinkable, fresh water is groundwater, which is water that sits underground rather than above like a river or lake. In the United States, 95% of our available fresh water is groundwater.
One reason so little of the world?s fresh water is fit to drink is because 70% of the world?s industrial waste ends up polluting our fresh water. It g
Business Growth Tactics: Hiring and Retaining The Market?s Top Talent
Searching for talent on your own can become one of the greatest headaches faced by any manager in a business. Hours upon hours are spent scanning candidate resumes, playing phone tag while setting up interviews, and are lost during interviews that do not result in a qualified, hired candidate.
Luckily, Burnett’s Staffing, a family-owned employment agency in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, can handle any staffing conundrum with ease. This staffing company works diligently to find and recruit highly qualified candidates in order to erase the headaches previously caused b