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by Alliance Environmental · October 26, 2017

Air Duct Cleaning in Grow Houses

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, 25 to 40 percent of the energy used for heating or cooling a building is wasted. Contaminants in the air ducts can cause it to operate harder and shorten the life of the HVAC system. Although filters are used, the heating and cooling system can still be susceptible to contaminants through normal use.

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by Alliance Environmental · October 16, 2017

The Importance of Properly Managed HVAC Systems in Grow Houses

Airtek Indoor Air Solutions collaborates with HVAC Authority President, Grant Baecker to Discuss:

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by Alliance Environmental · October 05, 2017

The Importance of Air Balancing in Grow Houses

Airtek Indoor Air Solutions, an Alliance Environmental Group company, collaborates with MSE Environmental Regional Manager, Erik Lundgaard to Discuss:

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by Alliance Environmental · September 28, 2017

Alliance’s Hands on Training Centers

Alliance Environmental Group, a leading environmental contractor, has launched a third hands-on training center in San Jose.  This training center is in addition to our training centers in San Diego and Azusa.

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by Alliance Environmental · July 19, 2017

Marketing "How To's"

It’s something every company needs. Marketing. The importance of marketing has always been evident but more so within the past decade with the rise of many fast-paced marketing outlets. Marketing by definition is “…the activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society at large.” If you are in marketing whether that’s face to face or social media marketing, you know how important this is.

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by Alliance Environmental · May 10, 2017

It's Not if, It's When

Encountering a scene that involves blood, body fluids or human waste can leave property management with the question of what to do. Do you call maintenance? Do you call Corporate? Does the waste end up in your property dumpsters? Can you inadvertently be putting yourself, your employees and other tenants at risk?

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by Alliance Environmental · January 01, 2017

ALLIANCE ENVIRONMENTAL BEGINS NEW YEAR WITH REGIONAL EXPANSION AND OPENS FIRST OFFICE OUTSIDE OF CALIFORNIA


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by Alliance Environmental · November 15, 2016

Legionella: A Rising Threat to Water Management Health & Safety Part 4

Maintaining a Legionella free water management system requires that you ensure the program is running as designed and is effective. Your program team should establish procedures to confirm, both initially and on an ongoing basis, that the water management program is being implemented as designed. This step is called “verification.”

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by Alliance Environmental · November 08, 2016

Legionella: A Rising Threat to Water Management Health & Safety Part 3

Developing and maintaining a water management program is a multi-step, continuous process. It is important to have a plan that is comprehensive and tested for effectiveness. The steps listed here will outline the key elements of an efficient water management system:

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by Alliance Environmental · November 01, 2016

LEGIONELLA: A Rising Threat to Water Management Health & Safety Part 2

If you have yet to develop a Legionella water management program (plan to reduce the risk of Legionella growth and spread) you may not be certain where, or how to start. In order to fully understand the threat of Legionella in water management systems, it is important to be able to identify what it is, the places it grows, and how it spreads. Legionella can grow in many parts of building water systems that are continually wet. Certain devices can then spread contaminated aerosolized water droplets. Examples of potential growth areas:

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