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  • BEM – note the instruction signed by CAPT Sears and that PWD will provide training Small Unit Responsibility / Energy Savings Measures Is telework used and encouraged? Fans and heaters Are lights turned off at the end of the day? Is natural light used whenever possible? How many refrigerators and microwaves are in each area? Can you unplug high energy users such as printers/copiers/faxes at night and on weekends? Reference websites and BEM CD information COLS Expectations If it is 68 degrees or above during heating season, this is NOT a trouble call If it is 78 degrees or below during cooling season, this is NOT a trouble call Please have personnel contact BEM or facility manager prior to placing call so that we avoid duplicates
  • BEM – note the instruction signed by CAPT Sears and that PWD will provide training Small Unit Responsibility / Energy Savings Measures Is telework used and encouraged? Fans and heaters Are lights turned off at the end of the day? Is natural light used whenever possible? How many refrigerators and microwaves are in each area? Can you unplug high energy users such as printers/copiers/faxes at night and on weekends? Reference websites and BEM CD information COLS Expectations If it is 68 degrees or above during heating season, this is NOT a trouble call If it is 78 degrees or below during cooling season, this is NOT a trouble call Please have personnel contact BEM or facility manager prior to placing call so that we avoid duplicates
  • BEM – note the instruction signed by CAPT Sears and that PWD will provide training Small Unit Responsibility / Energy Savings Measures Is telework used and encouraged? Fans and heaters Are lights turned off at the end of the day? Is natural light used whenever possible? How many refrigerators and microwaves are in each area? Can you unplug high energy users such as printers/copiers/faxes at night and on weekends? Reference websites and BEM CD information COLS Expectations If it is 68 degrees or above during heating season, this is NOT a trouble call If it is 78 degrees or below during cooling season, this is NOT a trouble call Please have personnel contact BEM or facility manager prior to placing call so that we avoid duplicates

NSAW 20 JAN 10 PWD Town Hall Slides NSAW 20 JAN 10 PWD Town Hall Slides Presentation Transcript

  • N4 Agenda
    • Energy Conservation Drive Status
    • Seasonal Heat and HVAC Changeover
    • Facility Services Shortfalls for FY10
    • News You Can Use
  • FY10 Energy Reduction Campaign
    • Energy Drive Goals
      • Reduce water consumption by 2% each FY
      • Reduce electrical consumption by 3% each FY
      • How are we doing?? Pretty well – 10% reduction for first quarter!
  • FY10 Energy Reduction Campaign
    • Thank you for your participation…
      • Kickoff Building Energy Monitor Training Nov 18 th
        • OJAG
        • Base Ops
        • NAVFAC Washington
        • Starbase Atlantis
        • NCIS
        • MSC
        • NAMALA (Navy and Marine Corps Appellate Leave Activity)
        • Navy Band
  • FY10 Energy Reduction Campaign
    • WE STILL NEED YOUR HELP!
      • Assign Building Energy Monitors
      • Building Energy Monitor Training
        • Navy Yard: Feb 11 th at 1300, Bldg 166 First Deck Conf Rm
        • Anacostia: Feb 23 rd at 1300, Bldg 121 Conference Room
        • NMIC and NRL tenants encouraged to attend
      • Encourage small unit responsibility within your buildings
      • Encourage awareness of energy savings measures
      • Overcommunicate COLS expectations
  • FY10 Energy Reduction Campaign
    • Use the PWD team to report energy wasters
      • Anacostia/NRL APWO –(202) 433-2377
      • East ANA (202) 685-1755
      • West ANA (202) 433-2197
      • NRL (202) 404-2461
      • NRL (202) 404-4477
      • WNY APWO – (202)-685-7270
      • WNY (202) 685-1771
      • East WNY (202) 433-0146
      • Central WNY (202) 433-2264
      • West WNY (202) 433-0452
      • NMIC APWO – (301) 669-3402
  • SPRING 2010 SEASONAL CHANGE-OVER POLICY AND PROCESS
  • REGIONAL POLICY
    • The transition from Heating to Cooling generally occurs between 15 April and 30 May based on weather.
    • Heating will be secured when the extended forecast indicates warming trends of five consecutive days with the following limits:
      • Berthing facilities: highs above 65 ˚ and lows above 55 ˚
      • Admin facilities: highs above 60 ˚ and lows above 50 ˚
    • Cooling will be started when interior space temperatures rise above 80 ˚ for 3 consecutive days, and no later than 4 weeks after securing heat (per COL3).
      • Cooling indoor thermostat set point shall be maintained at 78 ˚
  • PROCEDURE
    • The Washington Navy Yard has two types of HVAC systems in its facilities, 2-pipe and 4-pipe
    • Facilities with 2-pipe systems have either Heat or A/C
      • Piping must be physically changed for Heat or A/C
      • Because cooling systems are drained and freeze protected, A/C cannot be restarted once secured
    • Facilities with 4-pipe systems have the availability of continuous Heat or A/C
    • The guideline for temperature settings for cooling is 78 ˚ and for heating is 68 ˚
  • 2 pipe buildings W190 W106 A351 W184 W076 A350 W184 W073 A171 W405 W183 W068 A121 W220 W176 W067 A097 W219 W169 W057 A092 W218 W166 W046 A087 W212 W157 W021 A084 W210 W154 A421 A072 W203 W111 A414 A029 W200 W108 A400 A002
  • 4 pipe & Auto buildings W022 A356 W022 A355 W022 A354 W291 W002 A353 W196 A419 A352 W176 A418 A094 W126 A417 A093 W122 A413 A057 W044 A397 A047
  • Smart buildings W112 W058 W211 W109 W039 W201 W105 W036 W197 W104 W033 W175 W101 W001 W172 W070 A168
  • Seasonal changeover – Heat to Cool
    • Heat shutdown starting the week of 3 May
    • AC will be turned on around 1 June or when internal temperatures are above 80 o F for 3 consecutive days
    • Please dress appropriately !
    • Thank you for supporting the Navy energy program and the Warfighter
  • FY10 Facility Services Mitigation
    • Janitorial services reduced
      • Considering changing Class C spaces to Class D
      • NSAW is investigating the possibility of changes. Updated information will be posted on www.facebook.com/jointbase and published in The Waterline and Joint Base Journal (Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling) newspapers as soon as it is available. NO CHANGES IN SERVICES WILL BE MADE WITHOUT NOTIFICATION. Thank you for your concern, comments and patience.
      • Unaffected commands include: MSC, SPAWAR, BUMED, and Defense Printing
    • Grounds services reduced
      • No Mulching, edging, or weed removal from cracks
      • Only exception is Admiral Leutze Park
  • News You Can Use
    • All space requests are approved by the Base CO at our monthly SIPB (meets every second Tuesday).
        • Request letters shall be submitted (address to NSAW CO and contact NSAW Public Affairs for e-mail address) no later than two Fridays beforehand (10 days before the meeting)
        • Request should be justified with a DD1450
    • PWD Trouble Desk is (202)433-3101
    • Next call is to WNY APWO (202)246-0742
    • Next call is to PWO (202)359-8730