Using Cutting Edge Technology to Perform Roads Assessments

Posted: April 04, 2017
Tagged As: Asset Management, LAS Programming, Municipal Infrastructure, Roads Assessment

LAS formally launched its newest service at this week's 2017 AMO Asset Management Symposium.  Learn how this program targets aging road infrastructure with the goal of reducing operating and maintenance costs, while at the same time raising the average condition of Ontario road networks.

The Benefits of Employee Energy Management Training

Posted: April 11, 2017
Tagged As: Electricity, Energy, Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plans, Energy Planning, Training

Employee turnover is noted as one of the most costly expenses for any business.  Find out how providing energy training cannot only help retain your employees and increase job satisfaction, but also save you money.

Shedding Some Light on Your Electricity Bill – The Basics

Posted: April 18, 2017
Tagged As: Electricity, Energy Bills, Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plans, Energy Planning

Getting to know your electricity bill can shed some light on billing errors, as well as provide insight on how to make optimal use of electricity in your facilities.  In this two-part blog we’ll examine the various parts of your electricity bill, starting with billing basics.

Ontario Electricity Rates to be Reduced at May 1st

Posted: April 25, 2017
Tagged As: Electricity, Energy Bills, Energy Planning

Earlier this year the Ontario government shared its intentions to introduce a Fair Hydro Plan that would target a 25% reduction to Ontario electricity bills.  While a formal plan has yet to be introduced, last Thursday the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) announced reduced electricity rates to take effect on May 1st.  Find out what the new rates will be and how they will impact your municipal electricity bills.

ABCs of Trail Risk Management

Posted: April 26, 2017
Tagged As: Municipal Infrastructure, Risk Management

Spring has sprung, and for many of us that means shedding the layers of clothing, getting off the couch, and heading outside to experience all that nature has to offer; walking, biking, hiking, or one of any number of other enjoyable outdoor activities. But what does this mean for municipalities who own or maintain the many trails the public might make use of? This fun little blog looks at the ABCs of Trail Risk Management.