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Customizing LTE for the IoT

IoT networks are unique: They will be worldwide, required to function where no established network exists, and have stringent power requirements.

Recruiters' Eyes Roll When They Hear These Interview Lines

Recruiters and hiring managers have heard it all, which is why they're instantly annoyed when you rattle off trite, inflated answers. The stress of a job interview can drive you to brag or improvise, but it's often better to pause and collect your thoughts than to sink your chances with lies, excuses and half-truths. Show More Summary

Coca-Cola Endorses ‘Well Designed’ Deposit Return System Despite Reports It Would Fight the Bottle Recycling Plan

UK lawmakers are considering a deposit and refund scheme where shoppers are charged a small deposit at point of sale, and they receive the money back when they return their plastic bottles for recycling. The post Coca-Cola Endorses ‘Well Designed’ Deposit Return System Despite Reports It Would Fight the Bottle Recycling Plan appeared first on Environmental Leader.

Construction-Related Stormwater Management: Is Your Project In Compliance with 2017 Rules?

Rules related to stormwater discharges from construction activities took effect last week that require construction site operators to, among other activities, comply with pollutant discharge limits and properly store chemicals so that...Show More Summary

Working With a Disorganized Boss is Possible

If you have a disorganized boss, you might think you are doomed to work in a chaotic environment. However, there are ways to compensate for your boss's lack of organization and keep your own productivity high. Use these five tips to cope with your disorganized boss and improve productivity. Show More Summary

India’s Supreme Court Orders Industrial Facilities to Stop Operating Unless They Have Treatment Plants

India's Supreme Court has ordered industrial facilities there to quit operating near bodies of water unless they have effluent treatment plants that treat sewage and industrial wastewater. The post India’s Supreme Court Orders Industrial Facilities to Stop Operating Unless They Have Treatment Plants appeared first on Environmental Leader.

Dell Packaging Made From Recycled Ocean Plastics, an IT Industry First

Dell is the latest company to turn ocean plastics into new products and packaging as businesses increasingly address the problem of plastic waste — and see potential in creating circular supply chains. The post Dell Packaging Made From Recycled Ocean Plastics, an IT Industry First appeared first on Environmental Leader.

Check the Company's Culture Before Accepting That Job Offer

No matter how thoroughly you examine a company's website, a position's job description or an employer's LinkedIn profiles, you never truly get a sense of company culture until you spend time with the people who work there. That's when you figure out whether you're a perfect fit for the company or not. Show More Summary

EPA Chief Pruitt Says His Job Is to Make Regulations “Regular” and More Certain

In his first public pronouncement since being confirmed as the Environmental Protection Agency's administrator, Scott Pruitt said that growing jobs and the economy while promoting the environment are consistent with one another. The post EPA Chief Pruitt Says His Job Is to Make Regulations “Regular” and More Certain appeared first on Environmental Leader.

Fleet Owners, Retailers Tell EPA to Keep Renewable Fuel Standard Compliance Model

UPS, 7-Eleven and Casey’s General Store are among the three dozen companies and trade organizations urging the EPA to keep the current compliance standard under the Renewable Fuel Standard. The post Fleet Owners, Retailers Tell EPA to Keep Renewable Fuel Standard Compliance Model appeared first on Environmental Leader.

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