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CompWALK at MACoCon this August

Attending this year’s Maryland Association of Counties Summer Conference? Stop by CompWALK at booth #319 during MACoCon and see a live demo of our inspection software and remote temperature monitoring devices! CompWALK is a cloud-based online and mobile solution that automates compliance and inspection operations. Eliminate paper-laden processes and produce reports in real-time with CompWALK, saving your department time and resources…

Refrigerator at grocery store to show importance of temperature monitoring.

6 Ways to Utilize Tech in Temperature Monitoring for Heightened Food Safety

Food producers are starting to feel the effects of FSMA, with some deadlines looming just this fall. Temperature is such a vital element of food safety and even minor fluctuations can mean major consequences. Monitoring these temperatures manually is a strictly reactive approach. When temperatures dip/raise outside of an acceptable range, it is only discovered after it has happened, not knowing what temperatures the area reached and for how long. This is no longer an acceptable method of temperature monitoring.

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Exhibiting for Good

We recently attended the Food Safety Summit and did something cool. We had a 10×10 booth and needed a TV to play demo videos of our product. Typically, we rent a TV from exhibitor services. They deliver it to your booth, let you use it for the duration of the conference and then pack it…

Gas station that would require routine underground storage tank inspections

9 Resources to Improve your Underground Storage Tank (UST) Inspections

Underground storage tank systems include any tank that has at least 10% of its combined volume underground. Federal UST regulations apply only to UST systems that are storing petroleum or other hazardous substances while state regulations vary. When the UST program began, there were approximately 2.1 million regulated UST systems in the United States according to the EPA…