Appliance Center – EUMAG http://eumag.org/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 18:18:19 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://eumag.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-150x150.png Appliance Center – EUMAG http://eumag.org/ 32 32 How food and cuisine will change in the future https://eumag.org/how-food-and-cuisine-will-change-in-the-future/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 16:24:06 +0000 https://eumag.org/how-food-and-cuisine-will-change-in-the-future/ Especially in light of the pandemic, the traditional dining room model has changed dramatically in recent years. More and more people are cooking at home, but they cook in different ways that suit their specific diets, tastes, budgets and desires. Technology has made it easier. In a conference hosted by The spoonMichael Wolf, panelists Robin […]]]>

Especially in light of the pandemic, the traditional dining room model has changed dramatically in recent years. More and more people are cooking at home, but they cook in different ways that suit their specific diets, tastes, budgets and desires. Technology has made it easier. In a conference hosted by The spoonMichael Wolf, panelists Robin List from Suvie, Khalid Aboujassoum from Else Labs, Dr. Dochui Choi from Samsung and Kai Schaeffner from Thermomix discussed what’s next for food technology.

Why is it so difficult for kitchen technology to adapt?

The microwave was arguably the most revolutionary piece of kitchen ever Technology in modern times. The steam oven is of course popular, and air fryers are really catching on, but nothing has completely changed the way we cook in recent years like the microwave has in the past.

Cooking – and eating – can be a painfully personal thing, according to the panelists, and that’s why it’s difficult for a single device or technology to become revolutionary in a mainstream way. Some people hate cooking and want minimal work for the best results, while on the other side of the spectrum others cling to history and tradition and hesitate to embrace new cooking techniques. There are those who love to cook and don’t necessarily want a faster method, but a more efficient method with better results is always welcome. However, it is the personalization that consumers are looking for today.

Create healthier meals

Today, we have the knowledge and the data to help people live longer, healthier lives with a diet designed just for them. Food technology companies can use their consumer reviews to find out what people are eating and what tastes they prefer. According to List, however, what we’re missing is a way to bring it all together quickly.

“We need to combine technology to enable people to have healthier, tastier meals,” List said, citing that Americans tend to run out of fish in their diets, but could eat more if they were. knew how to cook it better.

Potential appliances filling this gap include Suvie, which refrigerates ingredients until ready to cook and automatically cooks inserted foods when the preset time is reached. There’s also the Thermomix, which guides users through recipes with its one-pot blender and scale, where it can chop, sauté, caramelize and more.

The look of the kitchen of the future

The kitchen has generally remained about the same in terms of functionality over the years. The biggest change has taken place over the past thirty years, and especially recently, when it has evolved into the heart of the home and the center of gatherings. However, will it retain this identity in the future?

Dr Choi argued that the kitchen may not need to exist at all in ten years. After all, there are places like Hong Kong, where high rent means smaller apartments that often lack a kitchen. Instead, many people who live there order all of their meals.

“I grew up in Korea, I lived twenty years without electricity,” said Dr Choi. “We have been eating healthy food without refrigeration for so long because of the innovative and thoughtful ways we have stored food. I see a future where refrigeration is unnecessary.

What is certain is that consumers will always want a space, if they want one, that meets their specific cooking level. Personalization is king in the future of kitchen technology.

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LG IMPROVES THE LAUNDRY EXPERIENCE WITH THE LATEST WASHING AND DRYING SOLUTIONS https://eumag.org/lg-improves-the-laundry-experience-with-the-latest-washing-and-drying-solutions/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 01:08:28 +0000 https://eumag.org/lg-improves-the-laundry-experience-with-the-latest-washing-and-drying-solutions/ Leveraging enhanced AI technology, LG’s latest innovations deliver unparalleled convenience and gentle garment care ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, NJ, January 5, 2022 / PRNewswire / – At CES 2022, LG Electronics (LG) Showcases a Smarter, More Seamless Way of Doing Laundry with Its New Pair of FX Washer and Dryer and LG Wash Tower with DUAL Heat […]]]>

Leveraging enhanced AI technology, LG’s latest innovations deliver unparalleled convenience and gentle garment care

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, NJ, January 5, 2022 / PRNewswire / – At CES 2022, LG Electronics (LG) Showcases a Smarter, More Seamless Way of Doing Laundry with Its New Pair of FX Washer and Dryer and LG Wash Tower with DUAL Heat Pump Dryer . The new laundry solutions feature LG’s enhanced Direct Drive Artificial Intelligence (AI DD ™), proven steam technology, and an array of features that make washing and drying clothes more convenient than ever.

LG FX Washer and Dryer Pair

With LG’s improved AI DD technology, the new FX laundry pair offers custom performance that can sense load size, fabric type and soil level, then automatically add the recommended amount of detergent and adjust the cycle. wash for optimized cleaning.1 The new washer also incorporates LG’s steam technology, a proven method of cleaning and refreshing clothes every time. For added convenience, LG Smart Pairing ™ sends information from washer to dryer and automatically recommends the optimal drying cycle to take the guesswork out.

LG’s first AI DD-equipped dryer model features a new AI cycle that adds precise motion control and automatically selects the appropriate settings for optimal fabric care and faster drying times. LG’s AI technology also allows the device to learn laundry routine and user preferences to deliver tailored drying options every time. An infrared sensor accurately measures the temperature of clothes during the drying cycle and makes adjustments automatically to ensure even drying. And unlike other washer-dryer combinations, with the Bluetooth pairing feature, users can now easily control both devices from a control panel on the washer. In addition, the new flat screen design allows for seamless use and does not compromise the depth in any frame, whether the pair are stacked or side by side.

With its ultra-practical and space-saving design, LG’s latest wash tower with DUAL heat pump dryer is a streamlined alternative to a conventional washer-dryer stack. The front loading washing machine uses AI DD to deliver clean and fresh clothes while the dryer uses LG DUAL Inverter heat pump technology to reduce energy consumption by drying at low temperature throughout the drying cycle . With its lower overall height, LG WashTower saves space with a ductless design that requires less clearance to the back wall. The ductless design also saves owners the trouble of accessing and cleaning the rear ducts on a regular basis.

Combining exceptional performance with sophisticated styling, the LG Wash Tower is a perfect fit for any space and decorating style, with its premium black steel finish, scratch-resistant tempered glass doors and features decorative chrome. The seamless, flat design contributes to a sleek, integrated look in the laundry room and offers a minimalist, ultra-modern aesthetic with an easy-to-access Center Control ™ panel.

“With LG’s advanced artificial intelligence technology and differentiated functionality, these stunning new laundry devices deliver gentle fabric care and effortless garment management,” said Lyu jae-cheol, president of LG Electronics Home Appliance & Air Solution Company. “By listening to the needs of real people and drawing on our vast experience and expertise in the global home appliance market, we are able to provide consumers with solutions for a better life. “

For the latest LG laundry solutions, visit LG’s virtual exhibit booth at CES 2022.

1 AI Washing Cycle detects materials such as natural cotton and synthetic fibers as well as the thickness of the material. Product specifications and features may vary by model or region.

About LG Electronics United States
LG Electronics USA, Inc., based in Englewood Cliffs, NJ, is the North American subsidiary of LG Electronics, Inc., a $ 56 billion global technology and manufacturing innovator. In the United States, LG sells a wide range of innovative home appliances, home entertainment products, commercial displays, air conditioning systems, solar power solutions and vehicle components. LG is seven times ENERGY STAR® Partner of the year. The company’s commitment to environmental sustainability and its “Life is Good” marketing theme encompasses how LG is dedicated to making people happy by exceeding expectations for today and tomorrow. www.LG.com.

LG washing tower with DUAL heat pump dryer

LG washing tower with DUAL heat pump dryer

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Top 10 US Healthcare Breaches Revealed 19 Million Data https://eumag.org/top-10-us-healthcare-breaches-revealed-19-million-data/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 13:13:00 +0000 https://eumag.org/top-10-us-healthcare-breaches-revealed-19-million-data/ The healthcare sector has been the target of hundreds of cyber attacks this year. A tally of public reports of data breaches so far shows that tens of millions of health records have been exposed to unauthorized parties. Most of the biggest data breaches result from ransomware attacks, and the top ten account for more […]]]>

The healthcare sector has been the target of hundreds of cyber attacks this year. A tally of public reports of data breaches so far shows that tens of millions of health records have been exposed to unauthorized parties.

Most of the biggest data breaches result from ransomware attacks, and the top ten account for more than half of all health records exposed in 2021.

PII millions stolen or exposed

The breach notification rule under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) requires healthcare organizations to disclose a breach if it affects more than 500 residents of a state or jurisdiction.

The top ten most impactful cyber events listed on the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Civil Rights portal originate from hacking incidents and explain the data exposure of nearly 19 million people.

Top Ten US Healthcare Data Breaches

At the top of the list reported this year is an incident that impacted Florida Healthy Kids Corporation. Hackers exploiting seven-year unpatched vulnerabilities in its website hosting platform gained access to the data of 3.5 million people.

The second largest healthcare data breach impacted the 20/20 Eye Care Network in Florida, which has resulted in the disclosure of the personal data of more than 3.2 million people.

The attackers gained access to the company’s AWS S3 buckets and deleted the information. A class action lawsuit has been filed against 20/20 Eye Care Network.

Another notable data breach comes from the dermatology group’s practice Leading dermatology, who found that an unauthorized party had access to their systems for a week.

The intrusion revealed information on more than 2.41 million patients, including names, addresses, dates of birth, health insurance plan member IDs and details of medical and clinical treatments.

Ransomware gang attack

February 19, 2021, NEC Networks (CaptureRx) discovered that its systems had been compromised two weeks earlier and intruders had access to customer records.

The investigation then determined that it was a ransomware attack that affected the data belonging to 1.65 million people.

The data of more than 1.5 million people was compromised in an August 4 attack on Eskenazi health public hospital division.

The hackers had been on the internal network since May 19, preparing to encrypt the network, although they failed to complete the operation, the company said.

Although the threat actor did not encrypt any data, he did manage to steal personal and health information belonging to patients from the organization.

The Kroger company confirmed a data breach that exposed the records of 1.47 million people. The incident was part of an extortion campaign by the Clop ransomware gang.

Access to corporate data was made possible by exploiting vulnerabilities in Accellion’s legacy File Transfer Appliance service, used by up to 100 companies.

Supermarket chain Kroger, also a pharmacy operator, has agreed to pay $ 5 million to end claims against it on behalf of customers and employees whose personal information has been exposed.

Also the victim of a ransomware attack, the Saint-Joseph / Candler The health system announced that it had detected the intrusion on June 17, 2021. An investigation revealed that hackers had access to the network since December 18, 2020.

While on the network, the attackers gained access to the data of 1.4 million patients, including addresses, dates of birth, social security numbers, driver’s license numbers, financial information. , the identifier of the member of the health insurance scheme and information on medical and clinical treatments.

The REvil ransomware gang violated the systems of the Southern Nevada University Medical Center in mid-June which stored the data of 1.3 million people.

The data included Personally Identifiable Information (PII) as well as “certain protected health information,” the organization’s data security incident notification reveals.

American anesthesiology informed patients in early January 2021 that Mednax Services, one of its service providers, had been the victim of a phishing incident that resulted in the exposure of personal information to an unauthorized party

The attacker had had access to the partner’s Microsoft Office 365 messaging system in mid-June 2020 and could access personal information belonging to American anesthesiology patients. In total, the data of 1.2 million people were exposed.

Last on the list of the top ten data breaches reported so far in 2021 is Professional Business Systems, Inc., d / b / a Train first Medical Management Solutions and PBS Medcode Corp., (“Practicefirst”) – a provider for multiple healthcare providers.

The incident was a failed ransomware attack and became known in late December 2020. The hackers did not encrypt any data, but copied files from Practicefirst’s network, exposing the personal information of over 1.2 million people. patients and staff.

More than 50 hacking incidents disclosed on the HHS portal have affected more than 100,000 people, showing that healthcare organizations remain attractive targets.

According to the HIPAA Journal, nearly 45 million health records were exposed or stolen in breaches reported in 2021.

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It’s Fatal Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Season | by the Washington State Department of Health | Connection to public health | Dec. 2021 https://eumag.org/its-fatal-carbon-monoxide-poisoning-season-by-the-washington-state-department-of-health-connection-to-public-health-dec-2021/ Tue, 28 Dec 2021 01:07:05 +0000 https://eumag.org/its-fatal-carbon-monoxide-poisoning-season-by-the-washington-state-department-of-health-connection-to-public-health-dec-2021/ Stay safe and warm during blackouts caused by winter storms. At this time of year, when it’s cold and it’s dark earlier, storms cut power more often. When trying to stay warm and eat during power outages, remember to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide poisoning can be fatal, but it’s also easily preventable. You […]]]>

Stay safe and warm during blackouts caused by winter storms.

At this time of year, when it’s cold and it’s dark earlier, storms cut power more often. When trying to stay warm and eat during power outages, remember to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning.

Carbon monoxide poisoning can be fatal, but it’s also easily preventable. You can’t see or smell it, but carbon monoxide kills about 12 people a year in Washington. Nationally, it kills hundreds of people and sends around 50,000 people to hospitals each year.

Protect yourself against carbon monoxide poisoning by knowing how to use heaters and generators safely. Learn the symptoms of poisoning and what to do if someone has been exposed to it.

Fall and winter storms often cut power to homes in Washington, sometimes for days. Knowing what to do during an outage is essential to staying safe from carbon monoxide poisoning. Here are a few tips:

  • Never use a generator inside your home, garage, carport, or basement, or near a window, door, or outside vent. Generators should be at least 20 feet from any window, door or air intake. If winds blow the exhaust gases toward an entry point, a distance of 20 feet may not be sufficient. This is another reason why carbon monoxide alarms are very important (more on those below).
  • Never use a gas stove or gas oven to heat your home. Always run the exhaust fan when cooking with gas.
  • Never use a charcoal or gas grill in an enclosed space, such as inside your home or garage, or in a tent or motorhome.
  • Do not burn charcoal in your fireplace. A charcoal fire will not create a chimney draft strong enough to remove carbon monoxide from the chimney.
  • Never sleep in a room where you are using an unvented gas or kerosene heater.
  • Always move your car outside of the garage when it is in motion / warming up. Don’t let it idle in your garage, even with the garage door open.
  • Never run a gasoline engine in a garage, even with the door open.
  • Consult our information sheet on preventing carbon monoxide poisoning during a power outage. It is also available in several languages.

The use of gas heaters and engines and the combustion of wood or other fuels produce carbon monoxide. Cars, trucks, natural gas appliances, lanterns, charcoal and wood fires, and gas ovens and stoves all produce this deadly gas. Smoking tobacco is also a major source of carbon monoxide in many homes.

People in confined spaces like boats or tents should be especially careful. Boat motors, camping stoves and gas lanterns are also sources of carbon monoxide.

This way, you avoid introducing sources of carbon monoxide into your home, and you avoid areas where this gas can accumulate. What else helps?

Carbon monoxide detectors are a great way to protect yourself and your family. Detectors, like smoke and fire detectors, can alert you when carbon monoxide levels become dangerously dangerous. They will not detect low levels of carbon monoxide, which is why maintenance and servicing of gas appliances is very important.

Follow the carbon monoxide detector’s instructions for routine maintenance and replace the batteries regularly. If the carbon monoxide detector plugs into your power supply, make sure it has back-up batteries when the power goes out. The detectors last about 10 years.

Washington law (RCW 19.27.530) requires the installation of carbon monoxide alarms in new residences. The law requires carbon monoxide alarms in existing apartments, condominiums, hotels, motels, and single-family homes, with a few exceptions. The law does not require that owner-occupied single-family residences, legally occupied before July 26, 2009, be equipped with carbon monoxide alarms until the owner sells the home, but it is still a problem. excellent idea ! For more information on carbon monoxide alarm requirements, contact your local building code official or see the State Building Code Council’s carbon monoxide alarm website.

Motorhomes and boats should also have carbon monoxide alarms.

Do not neglect the maintenance of gas appliances. If you don’t have symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning, or if your alarms don’t go off, you could still experience low-level carbon monoxide poisoning. Follow product directions to properly maintain the device and keep your family safe.

Carbon monoxide poisoning can be difficult to diagnose at first, because many initial symptoms are similar to those of the flu:

  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Tired
  • Weakness
  • Confusion
  • Nausea

If the symptoms improve when you leave the house and get worse when you return – or if everyone in the house gets sick at the same time – it could be a sign of carbon monoxide poisoning.

You can suffer from carbon monoxide poisoning even if your alarms do not go off. Carbon monoxide alarms only sound when levels get high. Low intensity exposure can be difficult to detect, but still causes these symptoms.

Carbon monoxide is more likely to harm some people than others, including infants and unborn babies. In addition, people with the following conditions should be especially careful:

  • Chronic heart disease
  • Anemia
  • Respiratory problems

Pets can also die from carbon monoxide poisoning.

If you think someone has carbon monoxide poisoning, here’s what to do:

  • Get out immediately to get some fresh air. Call 911.
  • If someone is unconscious and cannot get out, open windows and doors to bring in fresh air. Turn off the source of carbon monoxide. Get out in the air. Call 911.
  • After calling 911, take a count to ensure everyone’s safety. Do not enter the building until rescuers give you permission to do so. You could pass out and die if you go back and not know if it is safe.
  • If the source of the carbon monoxide is a defective device, do not use this device until a qualified professional repairs it.

You can find more tips for keeping your family safe on our Carbon Monoxide website. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also offers advice on how to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning.

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Park Estates Burglars Caught + Kwanzaa at Cultural Center https://eumag.org/park-estates-burglars-caught-kwanzaa-at-cultural-center/ Sat, 25 Dec 2021 20:24:06 +0000 https://eumag.org/park-estates-burglars-caught-kwanzaa-at-cultural-center/ Arise and shine, Long Beach! It’s Sunday, so let’s start with everything you need to know about Long Beach today. The LBPD taken three burglars in the Park Estates neighborhood. Also African American Cultural Center to Celebrate Kwanzaa. Finally, we have a list of places where you can put down your Christmas tree. First of […]]]>

Arise and shine, Long Beach! It’s Sunday, so let’s start with everything you need to know about Long Beach today.

The LBPD taken three burglars in the Park Estates neighborhood. Also African American Cultural Center to Celebrate Kwanzaa. Finally, we have a list of places where you can put down your Christmas tree.


First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Become sunny and cool. High: 58 Low: 44.


Here are the best stories today in Long Beach:

  • Can you give our HOPA neighbor, how do you take an unvaccinated child under 8 to Disney on Ice? If they have to take a test, how much does it cost? (The door next door)
  • Our neighbor Zaferia-SW historic village needs suggestions for a shoemaker and / or clothing tailor. (The door next door)
  • A West Bixby Knolls neighbor pulled a cat out of a crawl space. He’s been down there for at least two or three days. Is it yours? (The door next door)
  • This Bluff Heights neighbor found dog at 7th Street Amusement Park. She is so sweet and looks clean / loved / has a home. (The door next door)
  • Our neighbor Los Cerritos needs a handyman to fix a roof. (The door next door)

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Sylvie Cochran

About me: Sylvia Cochran has been working in sunny Southern California and writing full time since 2005. She loves dogs, cats, books, plays Best Fiends (don’t judge), embraces social justice and tries to live Micah. 6: 8.

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EU announces world’s first integration of photonic coprocessor into HPC https://eumag.org/eu-announces-worlds-first-integration-of-photonic-coprocessor-into-hpc/ Thu, 23 Dec 2021 13:04:58 +0000 https://eumag.org/eu-announces-worlds-first-integration-of-photonic-coprocessor-into-hpc/ LightOn, a company specializing in photon processing, has announced the world’s first integration of its “Appliance” optical processing unit (OPU) into the French supercomputer Jean Zay. This is the first time that a photonic coprocessor (which transmits and processes information through light instead of electric current) has been integrated into a High Performance Computing (HPC) […]]]>

LightOn, a company specializing in photon processing, has announced the world’s first integration of its “Appliance” optical processing unit (OPU) into the French supercomputer Jean Zay. This is the first time that a photonic coprocessor (which transmits and processes information through light instead of electric current) has been integrated into a High Performance Computing (HPC) scenario – and into a Top500 machine (currently rated 105th) , nothing less.

Documents related to LightOn OPU

The Jean Zay supercomputer will be the first Top500 machine to integrate a photonic coprocessor. (Image credit: LightON)

LightOn’s photonics products were first deployed in a data center four years ago, integrating the technology into the already existing IT infrastructure. With data processing requirements booming due to recent advancements in machine learning and AI applications, computing is becoming increasingly heterogeneous – and increasingly specialized. This opens the door to ecosystems with multiple architectures and accelerators (CPU, GPU, TPU, OPU …), all working in tandem to deliver the best performance. The complexity of the system increases, but so does performance and efficiency. One area in which photon processing excels is COVID research – particularly in studies of molecular dynamics, an area of ​​computer science that performs particularly well on photon accelerators due to their incredibly low latency times.

Documents related to LightOn OPU

Specialized coprocessors can give general purpose accelerators good value for money. (Image credit: LightON)

LightOn’s appliance is an integrated computing unit that is integrated into a 2U form factor for quick and easy integration. Powered by LightOn’s Aurora 2 OPU, the appliance can achieve a maximum performance of 1.5 PetaOPS at 30W TDP. In some scenarios, this means that the Aurora 2 is capable of processing up to 1900 dense matrix-vector multiplications per second.

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Taylor’s Appliance, 76, sold to Howard’s; Pulp Manufacturers Wanted in Ontario – Press Enterprise https://eumag.org/taylors-appliance-76-sold-to-howards-pulp-manufacturers-wanted-in-ontario-press-enterprise/ Mon, 20 Dec 2021 16:55:09 +0000 https://eumag.org/taylors-appliance-76-sold-to-howards-pulp-manufacturers-wanted-in-ontario-press-enterprise/ The 76-year-old Taylor’s Appliance family store was purchased by Howard’s in La Habra. The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed by either company. Taylor’s, founded in 1945 by Harold Taylor Sr., will be renamed Howard’s. (Howard’s, by the way, was launched in 1946.) “It was important to us, when considering an acquisition, that the […]]]>

The 76-year-old Taylor’s Appliance family store was purchased by Howard’s in La Habra.

The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed by either company. Taylor’s, founded in 1945 by Harold Taylor Sr., will be renamed Howard’s. (Howard’s, by the way, was launched in 1946.)

“It was important to us, when considering an acquisition, that the values ​​of the new company were aligned with our own, with the same commitment to the customer and the community,” said Scott Taylor, grandson. by Harold and President and CEO of Taylor’s Appliance, in a statement.

Representatives for Howard said the company will begin operations at the new Riverside site in January.

A 75-unit apartment complex in Ontario has been sold to an unidentified foreign investor for $ 28 million, according to CBRE. The four story Hallmark at Mission property was completed in 2019 and includes one and two bedroom apartments. Rent ranges from $ 1,950 to $ 2,395 per month, according to Apartments.com. (Courtesy of CBRE)

Apartments in Ontario sell for $ 28 million

A 75-unit apartment complex in Ontario has been sold to an unidentified foreign investor for $ 28 million, according to CBRE.

The four story Hallmark at Mission property was completed in 2019 and includes one and two bedroom apartments. Rent ranges from $ 1,950 to $ 2,395 per month, according to Apartments.com.

Facilities include a pool and spa, clubhouse, fitness center and attached garages.

“This property has performed very well throughout the pandemic and is poised for future rental growth,” said Eric Chen, who negotiated the sale with CBRE for both buyer and seller. “This was an all-cash transaction from a foreign buyer seeking to place capital as a long-term, generational investment.”

The seller has not been identified by CBRE.

Pulp Makers Wanted in Ontario

Domino’s Pizza wants to add some dough… to your wallet.

The center of the company’s supply chain in Ontario is in need of workers this holiday season. The establishment is recruiting positions in production, warehouse, CDL class A and B drivers, maintenance and administration.

The Domino’s Dough Warehouse team produces pizza dough, toppings and ingredients for Domino’s stores in Southern California.

“Our CDL drivers earn very competitive salaries and our warehouse and production workers also receive excellent benefits and salaries,” said Travis Wright, Director of Domino’s Supply Chain Center for the region.

Those interested in applying can visit jobs.dominos.com.

Infrastructure upgrades are coming to the San Bernardino International Airport, spurred by a $ 3 million federal grant to the Inland Valley Development Agency. The money will be used to fund upgrades to the airport’s transportation system and supply chain, ultimately increasing its commercial cargo capacity. (Photo by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher / Le Soleil)

$ 3 million for airport upgrades

Infrastructure upgrades are coming to the San Bernardino International Airport, spurred by a $ 3 million federal grant to the Inland Valley Development Agency.

The money will be used to fund upgrades to the airport’s transportation system and supply chain, ultimately increasing its commercial cargo capacity.

“This project is an incredible opportunity to complete a vital infrastructure for our airport at a pivotal time in our California economy, improving safety and ensuring continued and ongoing support for our supply chain and the flying public,” said Mike Burrows, CEO of Inland Valley. Development Agency and San Bernardino International Airport, in a statement. The money was

The grant from the US Economic Development Administration was awarded to IVDA with the assistance of Representative Pete Aguilar.

A 45,000 square foot cold storage facility in Colton has been sold for $ 7.5 million to Integreon Global. The building at 1750 N 8th St. will be used by Cryopak, a division of Integreon that designs and manufactures cold packaging and refrigerants for pharmaceutical, biotechnology and life science shipments. (Courtesy of Avison Young)

Cold store in Colton sells for $ 7.5 million

A 45,000 square foot cold storage facility in Colton has been sold for $ 7.5 million to Integreon Global.

The building at 1750 N 8th St. will be used by Cryopak, a division of Integreon that designs and manufactures cold packaging and refrigerants for pharmaceutical, biotechnology and life science shipments.

Avison Young director Cody Lerner represented the buyer. The vendor, Modu Food Factory, was represented by David Hong and Allen Lee Kwon of Urban Real Estate.

“This property was a perfect fit for our client. Cold storage properties are almost impossible to find fully built, and with the costs and time to build, our client jumped at this opportunity, ”Lerner said.

The facility, built in 1984 on 4.28 acres, has a food processing plant with cold room.

The Cardenas Markets Foundation has opened a scholarship program of $ 177,000 to students in areas where its supermarkets operate. (Courtesy of Cardenas Markets)

Open scholarship program

The Cardenas Markets Foundation has opened a scholarship program of $ 177,000 to students in areas where its supermarkets operate.

The grocer will distribute 59 scholarships valued at $ 3,000 each for the 2022 academic year, an increase of $ 1,000 from the 2021 academic year.

Recipients will be selected based on their academic credentials, financial need, leadership skills, and commitment to serving the community.

Students can apply at cardenasmarkets.com/scholarships.

Kathleen Briscoe and Matt Mexia of Dermody Properties present a Thanksgiving Capstone Award in 2021 at Feeding America of Riverside and San Bernardino. (Courtesy of Dermody Properties)

Good work

Dermody Properties donated $ 5,000 to Feeding America of Riverside and San Bernardino, a nonprofit organization that provides hunger relief services and emergency food assistance in the Inland Empire.

The money was raised through the company’s annual Thanksgiving Capstone Award.

“There are over 800,000 people living below the poverty line in the Inland Empire, and at Dermody Properties we want to do everything we can to help reduce that number,” said Kathleen Briscoe, Partner and Director capital at Dermody Properties. . “We feel incredibly lucky to be able to support amazing organizations like Feeding America so that they can help even more struggling individuals and families.”

Charlotte Smith, a Riverside resident and graduate of Riverside Poly High School and Harvard University, made Forbes 30 Under 30 list this year for her work in media relations at Google. (Courtesy of Duhon Photographie)

Riverside graduate makes Forbes list

Charlotte Smith, a Riverside resident and graduate of Riverside Poly High School and Harvard University, made Forbes 30 Under 30 list this year for her work in media relations at Google. Smith, a 29-year-old policy communications officer for Google, is included in this year’s list for her work on shaping Google’s election integrity policies in 2020 and for standing up for communicators of color at the within the company.

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Filled with exquisite interior finishes, this luxurious Gitner built estate spans nearly an acre that relies on a conservation area for plenty of privacy. The grand lobby, with beautiful tile and overlapping crown molding, and the formal living room have high ceilings and views of the pool and conservation area. The formal dining room features a built-in sideboard with granite countertops, while the dreamy kitchen features a huge center island, custom wood cabinetry, granite countertops, a set of luxury appliances, and a large café for dining. the breakfast, with a dome with gold leaf, which overlooks the swimming pool. Beautiful woodwork and a travertine fireplace add sparkle to the large family room. The magnificent master suite also has a fireplace and sliding doors to the outdoor living space, comprising a covered veranda, summer kitchen, swimming pool, jacuzzi and storage room. Other highlights include double-glazed windows with hurricane-proof film, generator wiring, alarm system, and Bose surround sound throughout.

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TOTAL LIVE SQUARE FEET: 4,560

LOT AREA: 0.91 acre

BEDROOMS: 5

BATHROOMS: 5

STORIES: 1

YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1999

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PG&E restores more than 350,000 customers after the first storm of the week https://eumag.org/pge-restores-more-than-350000-customers-after-the-first-storm-of-the-week/ Thu, 16 Dec 2021 05:31:46 +0000 https://eumag.org/pge-restores-more-than-350000-customers-after-the-first-storm-of-the-week/ News and research before you hear about it on CNBC et al. Claim your 1-week free trial for Street Insider Premium here. Thousands of contract and PG&E workers deployed in response to today’s second storm Ongoing adverse weather conditions and access issues due to light snow delaying catering for some clients in the hardest hit […]]]>

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Thousands of contract and PG&E workers deployed in response to today’s second storm

Ongoing adverse weather conditions and access issues due to light snow delaying catering for some clients in the hardest hit areas

SAN FRANCISCO – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Teams from the Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) have restored almost all of the customers who lost power as a result of the storm that hit the north and the central California earlier this week. As PG&E continues to assess damage, make repairs and restore service safely to remaining customers, crews are ready to respond to a second storm moving through northern and central California.

Since the start of this series of storms on Sunday, PG&E has restored power to more than 350,000 customers. Until yesterday, power had been restored to more than 91% of customers in six hours or less. Overall, around 15,000 customers remain without power, of which around 11,000 are linked to outages that occurred with the onset of today’s second storm.

While most of the customers who lost power in the first storm have been restored, heavy snow, avalanche warnings, road closures, downed trees and fallen branches, and other issues. access hamper the ability of PG&E teams to carry out repairs in certain areas. Additionally, the current storm sweeping through northern and central California could hamper restoration efforts and lead to additional blackouts.

The current storm is not expected to be as strong as the first, but is still expected to bring low elevation snow to the Northern Coast Range and Sierra Nevada regions as it moves through the PG&E service area tonight and Thursday. The PG&E weather team is forecasting peak gusts of 30 to 45 mph across the state, reaching as far south as the Santa Cruz Range and Merced County.

Restoration details

This week’s winter storms damaged PG&E infrastructure throughout the service area, with 125 poles, 174 transformers, 866 cable spans and 163 ties requiring repair or replacement. The impacts were greatest in the Sierra, in the Santa Cruz Mountains and other areas of the central coast and north in Humboldt and Mendocino counties.

This week, PG&E has 332 multi-person restoration crews on hand to make repairs and restore power. In addition, 322 disruptors are on duty, who are the first responders to the utility in the event of an outage, and 431 vegetation management officers who work to keep trees away from power lines.

A total of 2,154 colleagues and contractors have boots on the ground in response to inclement weather. In addition, hundreds of other PG&E employees occupied emergency centers and performed other tasks related to storm response.

Keep customers informed

PG&E understands the importance of keeping its customers informed. Customers can view real-time outage information on its website outage center and search by specific address, city or county. This site has been updated to include language support for 16 languages.

Additionally, customers can sign up to receive outage notifications by text, email, or phone. PG&E will notify customers of the cause of an outage, when crews are on their way, estimated recovery time, and when power is restored.

Storm safety tips

  • Never touch the fallen threads: If you see a downed power line, assume it is live and extremely dangerous. Do not touch it or try to move it and keep children and animals away. Immediately report power line outages by dialing 9-1-1 and calling PG&E at 1-800-743-5002.
  • Gas and electricity security in the event of a flood. If a customer’s home or business is threatened by rising water, turn off all gas appliances or turn off the valves on gas appliances a quarter of a turn. If you are unable to shut off gas appliances, shut off your gas service at the meter using a wrench or other suitable tool to give the valve a quarter turn, back and forth, until it clicks. is perpendicular to the pipe. To shut off the electricity, locate the main switch on the electrical panel and turn off the switch. Never touch electrical equipment with wet hands or while standing in water. Once the flood waters recede, PG&E will restore gas and electricity service to the community. When returning home, customers should not attempt to turn on their gas or electricity. They should contact PG&E at 1-800-743-5000 to request that their services be restored.
  • Use generators safely: Customers with emergency power generators should ensure that they are properly installed by a licensed electrician in a well ventilated area. Incorrectly installed generators represent a significant danger for customers, as well as for crews working on power lines. If you are using portable generators, make sure they are in a well ventilated area.
  • Use flashlights, not candles: During a power outage, use battery-powered flashlights, not candles, due to the risk of fire. And keep extra batteries on hand. If you must use candles, please keep them away from curtains, lampshades, animals and small children. Do not leave candles unattended.
  • Have an emergency phone: If you have a phone system that requires electricity to operate, such as a cordless phone or answering machine, plan to have a standard phone or cell phone ready as a backup. Having a portable charger helps keep your cell phone running.
  • Have fresh drinking water, ice: Freeze plastic containers filled with water to make ice packs that can be placed in your fridge / freezer during an outage to keep food from spoiling. Blue ice from your picnic cooler also works well in the freezer.
  • Secure outdoor furniture: Patio furniture, lightweight garden structures, and decorative lawn items should be secured as they can be blown by high winds and damage overhead power lines and property.
  • Turn off the devices: In the event of a fault, unplug or turn off all electrical devices to avoid overloading circuits and to avoid the risk of fire when power is restored. Just leave a single lamp on to alert you when power returns. Turn on your devices one by one when conditions return to normal.
  • Clean safely: After the storm has passed, be sure to clean up safely. Never touch fallen wires and always call 8-1-1 or visit 811express.com at least two full business days before digging to ensure all underground utilities are safely marked.

Further tips are available at www.pge.com/beprepared.

About PG&E

PG&E, a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation (NYSE: PCG), is a combined natural gas and electricity utility serving more than 16 million people across 70,000 square miles in northern and central California. For more information, visit pge.com and pge.com/news.

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Source: Pacific Gas and Electric Company

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