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On the property itself, such as an on-site manager for an apartment complex or on-site waste management for a large subdivision.

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As part of the Hi-Force On-Site Bolting Services offering, the company is able to mobilise to site bespoke 20-foot containers, fully equipped, as either a bolting tool store, or a mobile on-site training facility, incorporating all the necessary training equipment, to deliver bolting training courses, to the highest possible standard.
On-Site assimilates leads from any source and converts them into signed leases for both the multifamily and single family housing industries.
To determine the full impact of all energy use, all types of energy must be converted into equivalent units of raw fuel consumed in generating one unit of energy that is consumed on-site. The report offers a source energy conversion factor so that all sources from imported grid electricity to natural gas, steam, and water can be factored into zero energy accounting.
All costs attributable to an on-site storage facility or allocable to the portion of a dual-function facility attributable to on-site storage may be currently expensed, including labor and occupancy costs such as depreciation, rent, utilities, taxes, security, and maintenance.
As seen in this example, it is critical that the contract manager responsible for supervising the on-site team has the communication skills and operational experience to understand and accurately translate the client's needs into high-quality team performance.
Doka's formwork supply covers the full scope of works on-site, such as shoring, bottom slab, wing and internal walls, intermediate diaphragms, cantilever and top deck slabs.
In response to the EPA report, the National Mining Association commented: "Nearly all--85% to 99% by volume--of the substances reported by mining operations occur naturally in the local rock and soil and remain in low concentrations in the large amount of material handled and managed at specially designed on-site facilities permitted and regulated by state and federal laws, Because these naturally occurring trace amounts are covered by the Toxics Release Inventory, mining operations make up a large portion of the releases to land for on-site management that were reported by all operations in 2010.
SC Johnson, one of only two organizations nationwide to receive a Leadership Award for the on-site generation of green power, currently generates nearly 27 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of green power annually from its landfill gas-powered turbine at its largest global plant, VVaxdale, located in Sturtevant, WL Additionally, the company purchases nearly 35 million kWh of green power for its Bay City, Ml plant Combined, SC Johnson uses more than 61 million kWh of green power annually.
iv) It is very good for their health - On-Site massage is very good for health as it stimulates the flow of blood and relieves muscular tension.
A survey completed by about 600 office-based physicians and 1,400 federally funded Title X clinics included questions on contraceptive method availability and whether options were available on-site, via prescription or by referral.
Increasing on-site availability and thus improving access to such long-acting, reversible contraceptive (LARC) methods could reduce rates of unintended pregnancy in the United States, the report stated.
Previous studies have similarly shown that contraceptive availability--through either on-site provision or through prescription or provider recommendation -is highest for oral contraceptives and lower for the patch, IUD, and vaginal ring.