Tag: Atlanta

Public Utilities, Waste Management

Atlanta’s Multipronged Approach to Bumping Up Recycling

December 17, 2020

Via: Waste360

Atlanta, Ga. has a vigorous recycling mandate, but a not-as-robust recycling infrastructure. Residents of single-family homes and of multifamily dwellings with at least six units are required to recycle; half of the city’s roughly 508,000 residents live in multiunit buildings, […]

Electric Utility, Public Transport

Delta Airlines power failure cause unknown, Georgia Power not responsible

August 11, 2016

Via: FierceSmartGrid

Atlanta utility Georgia Power wasn’t responsible for the early morning power outage at the Delta Airlines headquarters Monday, and Delta is still investigating the reason for the power loss. “We were working closely with Georgia Power,” Eric O’Brien, Delta Airlines […]

Health & Insurance, Public Institutions, Public Water System

NSF International and ASHRAE Sign Agreement to Advance Knowledge of Building Water Health

July 13, 2016


Global public health organization NSF International and ASHRAE have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) dedicated to protecting public health by establishing safe management practices for building water systems. These systems include cooling towers, air conditioning units for large buildings, […]