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Signs, or signage, are visual graphics used to convey information to the public. The functions of signs vary, and include providing advertising (i.e., banners, billboards, digital signs, exterior wall signs, hanging signs, lettering on windows or vehicles, marquees, neon signs, painted signs, posters and proprietor signs); direction (arrows and directional markers, etc.); identification (i.e., street signs and numbers, signs for various facilities such as hospitals, restrooms and customer service areas); information (i.e., directories, floor plans and instructions); and warning (traffic and road signs, etc.). Advertising and informational signs are generally rectangular in shape; warnings of danger are conveyed using triangular-shaped signage. Regardless of what purpose they are intended to serve, signs must be noticeable and easily comprehended in order to be effective. Companies involved in the sign business often specialize in designing and creating custom signs for clients ranging from individuals and sole proprietorships to neighborhood establishments, chain stores, and large corporations.
EPA Announces Public Hearing on Affordable Clean Energy Proposal
Lee Ann Rush
Listening Session to Be Held in Chicago, Ill. WASHINGTON – On October 1, 2018, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will hold a public hearing on the proposed Affordable Clean Energy proposal in Chicago, Ill. The proposal would replace the prior administration’s Power Plan (CPP), whic...
Lakeshore Recycling Systems Names Aric Henschen Vice President, Operations
Lee Ann Rush
Newly created position strengthens internal operations to accommodate LRS’ explosive growth throughout the Midwest; Henschen, a 20-year waste industry veteran, joins LRS from Republic Services, Inc. CHICAGO, IL — Lakeshore Recycling Systems (LRS), the Midwest’s leading independent recycling and...
Indra Nooyi: Recycling Rates Are Declining. PepsiCo Has Plan to Change That
Read PepsiCo Chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi’s op-ed on PepsiCo’s recent decision to launch “All In On Recycling,” an industry-wide challenge dedicated to boosting residential recycling in America. The op-ed was initially published in Fortune on Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018. By INDRA K. NOOYI 9:11 AM E...
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