Current Facilities Management News
Do you hear what we hear? UNLV's clock tower chimes with holiday spirit.
Business Affairs Division taps into Hospitality College's expertise to improve its service.
When the Rebels reclaimed the Fremont Cannon in November, that was just the start of it. Now that UNLV's paint crew has had their turn, the cannon is ready to come out and play again.
The construction project coordinator and father of nine seems too busy to ever have a kanak attack.
Family friendly event from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nov. 4 allows residents to launch pumpkins from large catapults and drives awareness on recycling and composting.
Along with dedicated allies, Conrad Wilson succeeds in quest to extend educational assistance to dependents of classified staff.
Facilities Management In The News
A few years ago, Republic Services, the primary waste collector in Clark County, started offering single-stream recycling. It allowed people to put all recycling into one main bin instead of separating recyclables into different bins.
The Southern Nevada Christmas Tree Recycling Committee is hosting its recycling drive through Jan. 15. The committee is made up of local businesses and agencies, including UNLV’s Rebel Recycling program and the Springs Preserve, according to a UNLV news release.
Do you want to help turn today’s jack-o’-lantern into tomorrow’s BLT?
California has a deposit law to get people to recycle that works something like this: Consumers pay a deposit of 5 or 10 cents when they buy a beverage.
The Southern Nevada Christmas Tree Recycling Committee is asking locals to give as much care to dismantling their firs, spruces and white pines as they did to putting them up.
Now that the presents have been unwrapped, a Christmas tree recycling drive is beginning in Las Vegas. The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and the Springs Preserve are heading a program that'll accept trees through Jan. 15 at more than 30 drop-off locations in and around Las Vegas.