HAYWARD, Calif. - LAMA Books has announced the release of a new book,Green Tips for Building Maintenance Engineers, by Robert Boyll, an award-winning building engineer/maintenance supervisor, that explains how to create an energy-efficient physical plant and how to streamline vital areas of building maintenance. The book is designed to help bring building maintenance personnel to the forefront of the green movement.
In this book, Boyll shows how to make energy-saving modifications that maximize resources and reduce operating expenses, including:
• 13 ways to reduce energy costs;
• 16 money-saving projects to improve building efficiency;
• 7 easy ways to improve building risk management;
• Tips to minimize building repair costs; and
• Tips and troubleshooting advice for electrical, HVAC, and plumbing systems.
Green Tips for Building Maintenance Engineersis the newest book in LAMA Books Indoor Environment Technician’s Library series. Well-known HVAC author and educator, Leo A. Meyer, worked with Boyll to create a book that provides information using a straightforward, readily accessible approach.
Green Tips for Building Maintenance Engineersretails for $38 and can be purchased at www.lamabooks.com or by calling LAMA Books at 888-452-6244.
Jan. 20, 2011: LAMA Books Releases Green Tips for Building Maintenance Engineers
January 20, 2011