2011 Environmental Symposium-Roundtable 4

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2011 Environmental Symposium-Roundtable 4

  1. 1. 2nd Annual North Carolina Federal Environmental Symposium June 10, 2011 Hosted by: North Carolina Military Business CenterSponsored by:
  2. 2. Roundtable 4This roundtable will address:•Federal commitment to “sustainable procurement”•Impact of sustainable procurement on acquisition of services, products and construction•The process for achieving acceptance of green products for use on installations and infederal buildings•Recommendations for promoting green products to federal customers; implementationand maintenance of environmental management systems
  3. 3. Roundtable 4 Fort Bragg InitiativesCurrent Initiatives (Installation/Agency: Fort Bragg)1. Cross-functional Green Procurement Team2. Partnerships with preferred sources of supply-GSA, SSSC (LCI), and DLA3. Greening materials through NCDEE/DLA product substitution and evaluation(absorbents, PLOs)4. Working with MICC to ensure 95% of contracts meet sustainable procurementrequirements5. Conduct Green Procurement training with GPC holders to ensure they are meetinggreen procurement requirements and using correct supply sources.
  4. 4. Roundtable 4 Fort Bragg Future NeedsFuture Needs (Installation/Agency: Fort Bragg)1. Continue working with preferred sources of supply-GSA, SSSC (LCI), and DLA2. Continue greening materials through NCDEE/DLA product substitution and evaluation(absorbants, PLOs)3. Working with MICC to ensure 95% of contracts meet sustainable procurementrequirements4. Continue to educate GPC holders with green procurement training to ensure they aremeeting green procurement requirements and using correct supply sources5. Encouraging vendors to work through preferred sources of supply-GSA, SSSC (LCI),and DLA.
  5. 5. Roundtable 4 Camp Lejeune InitiativesCurrent Initiatives (Installation/Agency: Camp Lejeune )1. Lean Sigma Six Black Belt Study: GOVCC Hazardous Material procurement process Government Credit Card study on procuring hazardous materials2. Battery Procurement – The Environmental Management Division is investigatingreplacing single-use communications batteries with rechargeable ones and distribution ofwet and gel cell vehicle batteries.3. Plastics Recycling: The Qualified Recycling Program (QRP) diverted 338 tons ofplastics from the Base Landfill.
  6. 6. Roundtable 4 Camp Lejeune InitiativesCurrent Initiatives (Installation/Agency: Camp Lejeune )4. Load Screening Program: The QRP program has initiated a load screening program toensure appropriate documentation for disposal of government property and scarpmaterials. Approximately 80 loads of material/scrap are screened on monthly basis5. Currently streamlining the Environmental Management System Procedures, theSustainability Plan and the Green Procurement Plan into one cohesive document that isuser friendly and mirrors the DoD Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan.6. Beginning with FY09; all MILCON is required to achieve LEED Silver certification. Weare exceeding LEED Silver with several of our projects, to include the FY10 P1160Wallace Creek Fitness Center.
  7. 7. Roundtable 4 Camp Lejeune Future NeedsFuture Needs (Installation/Agency: Camp Lejeune )1. Lean Sigma Six Black Belt Study: Green Procurement Process – Study on Serv-Mart to replace existing items with “green” substitutes – will require green products to be sold2. All future contracts require environmentally friendly products to be purchased
  8. 8. Roundtable 4 MCAS Cherry Point InitiativesCurrent Initiatives (Installation/Agency: MCAS Cherry Point )1. Affirmative procurement training2. LEED standards for new buildings3. Current Environmental Management System objectives and targets
  9. 9. Roundtable 4 MCAS Cherry Point Future NeedsFuture Needs (Installation/Agency: MCAS Cherry Point )1. Pollution prevention equipment acquisition2. Sustainable building standards for improvements on existing facilities3. Implementation of Green Procurement Program4. New Environmental Management System objectives and targets
  10. 10. Roundtable 4 GSA InitiativesCurrent Initiatives (Installation/Agency: GSA)1. Green Procurement Policy Implementation2. Guiding Principles: Employ Integrated Assessment, Operation, and ManagementPrinciples ,Optimize Energy Performance, Protect and Conserve Water and EnhanceIndoor Environmental Quality3. LEED Gold requirements for operations and maintenance4. Green Acquisition Seminars held for buying officials and military customers
  11. 11. Roundtable 4 GSA Future NeedsFuture Needs (Installation/Agency: GSA)1. Renewable Energy Procurement 5% by 2012, 7.5% by 20132. By 2015, 15% of the existing buildings must comply with the 5 Guiding Principles for Green Procurement

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