February 2018

Casino Waste Management: Improving Ergonomics and Productivity

By Solus Group Marketing Team February 26, 2018

At the typical casino, waste management presents several challenges unique to the industry. Facilities may be open 24 hours a day while food service departments create tremendous amounts of trash, recycling, and compost at peak times. The daily ebb and flow can make scheduling difficult for management and keeping up with multiple waste streams stressful — and even dangerous — for workers.

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Waste Management in the Hospitality and Special Events Industries

By Solus Group Marketing Team February 22, 2018

Special events can be huge economic drivers for municipalities, venues, and food service providers — but they also come with unique waste management challenges. The goal for any large-scale entertainment operation is to manage waste both safely and efficiently. In order to do that, managers must carefully plan multi-stream waste systems, and they must provide staff with the tools they need to safely route each type of waste toward its own unique destination.

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Hotel Waste Management Solutions: Bin Tippers to the Rescue

By Solus Group Marketing Team February 19, 2018

From the smallest bed and breakfast to the grandest luxury hotel, waste management can easily get out of control in the lodging industry. It's an issue of sheer scale: Green Hotelier, an industry journal, reports that every guest creates two pounds of waste for each night they stay. Meanwhile, the average hotel in the U.S. has 290 rooms, 64.4 percent are occupied on a given night.

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Emptying Bulk Ingredients in Food Manufacturing Applications

By Solus Group Marketing Team February 15, 2018

Bin Tippers solve a host of problems in the food manufacturing and processing industries. These kitchen workhorses lift and dump heavy loads of bulk ingredients, allowing companies to run safer, leaner, and more productive operations.

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Facilities Maintenance Ergonomics: The Advantages of Bin Tippers

By Solus Group Marketing Team February 12, 2018

Facilities maintenance workers face a range of ergonomic risks on the job, including hazards associated with repetitive motions, heavy lifting, and awkward work postures. In fact, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) continues to list "maintenance and repair workers, general" among its high-risk occupations for developing musculoskeletal disorders.

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Preventing Chemical Burns from Forklift Batteries

By Jennifer Taylor February 5, 2018

Burn Awareness Week occurs during the first full week of February and reminds us of the grave importance of preventing chemical burns from forklift batteries. This annual occurrence provides a great opportunity for businesses to take a closer look at how they can avoid burns in the workplace and — when necessary — respond to them.

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