April 12th, 2013 by TRT Blog
Here at The Refinishing Touch, we work diligently on every one of our projects, ensuring our award-winning furniture asset management solutions are implemented to the fullest extent – from beginning to end. One of the key industries we work with to implement our services is higher education, where we operate in dormitories and various campus-wide edifices to remodel existing furniture assets, saving on budget costs and eradicating harmful landfill waste, when compared to buying new.
Similarly, a recent interview with The Refinishing Touch’s founder and president, Mario Insenga, was highlighted in the March and April edition of The Association of College and University Housing Officers, International (ACUHO-I) magazine, Talking Stick – The Authoritative Source for Campus Housing. The article entitled ‘Weighing in on Waste’, investigates the topic of effective waste management within the college community.
Presented with the opportunity to spread our knowledge, Mario was able to stress the importance of sustainable and environmentally-friendly practices, as well as showcase the monetary benefits higher education institutions have experienced by implementing our furniture asset management services.
To close his interview, Mario raises an important point to readers – one that is heard quite frequently around The Refinishing Touch offices, and one that is at the core of our day-to-day operations: Extend the life of your furniture assets by utilizing the material that’s found inside of a building already.
To read the entire article, head on over to page 21 of the most recent Talking Stick, and for more information on The Refinishing Touch’s services, visit our website or email us at email@example.com.