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Alicia Culver Green Purchasing Institute info2008@greenpurchasing.org. Purchasing for Climate Protection Green Schools Summit 2008 Anaheim, CA ● December 8, 2008. Global Temperatures Rising. Source: Washington State Dept of Ecology; www.ecy.wa.gov/climatechange/effects.htm.
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Alicia Culver Green Purchasing Institute info2008@greenpurchasing.org Purchasing for Climate Protection Green Schools Summit 2008 Anaheim, CA ● December 8, 2008

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Global Temperatures Rising Source: Washington State Dept of Ecology; www.ecy.wa.gov/climatechange/effects.htm Source: NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, January 11, 2008

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How do items have environmental change affect? Vitality expected to fabricate item Energy expended utilizing item GHGs discharged by item amid utilize End-of-life GHG emanations when item is landfilled, burned, reused

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Transportation Sector = Largest GHG Emitter Accounts for ~1/3 of all CO2 outflows across the nation Source: Energy Information Administration, www.eia.doe.gov/oiaf/1605/streak/flash.html

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Sustainable Bus Fleets

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Sustainable Biofuels? Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels is building up a universal standard: http://cgse.epfl.ch/page65660-en.html Key model: Sustainable biofuels diminish GHGs (measured utilizing steady criteria)

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Slow Transport Transportation by ship is most proficient Rail Freight is a nearby second Road Transport: 4X more CO2 than Rail) Air Freight is most exceedingly bad : 6X more CO2 than street; 30X > rail

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Local Purchasing Win Reduces GHG outflows in the vehicle division Strengthens neighborhood economy by making "green" neckline employments and expanding charge income

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Facility Energy Use Buildings represent: • 70% of power utilization • 39% of vitality utilize and carbon dioxide (CO2) discharges Source: US Department of Energy; http://buildingsdatabook.eren.doe.gov/ChartView.aspx?chartID=1

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Energy-Efficient Lamps and Ballasts Reduce mercury from power plants Decrease # of lights expected to light spaces Specify "Super T8s" (SPX, XPS, High-lumen), T5s and "additional effective" counterweights Set least effectiveness (lumens/watt) CRI (80+) Eliminate wasteful lights, balances & installations from contracts (T12, mercury vapor, roundabout T9s)

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LEDs Exit signs Traffic signals Parking parcel lights Hallway lighting Elevator lights Replacements for stick based CFLs Task and track lighting Underwater lighting for pools Pathway lighting (open air lighting) Holiday lighting

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Exit Signs Incandescent lights Inefficient: use around 40 watts Bulbs last around 3000 hours (~4-6 months) Fluorescent lights More productive than radiant (5-15 watts) Contain mercury (5-30 mg) Bulbs last around 7,500 - 10,000 hours (9-12 months) LEDs Even more productive (<1-5 watts) Bulbs last up to 100,000 hours (up to 10 years) Self-luminescent Use no vitality

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ENERGY STAR-evaluated Products List Appliances : washers, dishwashers, iceboxes, and so on. Warming and cooling hardware : heaters, boilers, ventilation systems, fans, and so on. Lighting gear : smaller fluorescent lights, installations, leave signs, activity signals, and so forth. Office gear : PCs, copiers, printers, and so on. Hardware : phones, TVs, DVD players, and so forth. Various : sustenance benefit hardware, candy machines, windows, and so forth www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=bulk_purchasing.bus_purchasing

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Federal Energy Management Program US Dept of Energy\'s FEMP runs an Energy Efficient Products Program to help buyers distinguish and figure the life-cycle expenses of very effective vitality utilizing items, including: HVAC equipment  Appliances Windows  Roofing Electric motors  Lighting advancements Office equipment  Water-utilizing gadgets See: www.eere.energy.gov/femp/innovations/eeproducts.cfm

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Appliances Assumptions: 1 unit every, power rate $0.09/kWh, water rate $4.158/1000 lady, gas rate $1.1/therm Data in view of ENERGY STAR number crunchers from http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=bulk_purchasing.bus_purchasing

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EPEAT E lectronic P roduct E nvironmental A ssessment T ool Environmental determinations for PCs: 23 required and 28 discretionary criteria crosswise over 8 classifications Meet gauges for ENERGY STAR (required) Renewable vitality embellishment accessible (discretionary) www.epeat.net

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scanner copier fax in with no reservations one printer versus Printers, Copiers, Scanners & Faxes ENERGY STAR models utilize ~1/2 vitality of standard models EPEAT imaging gear standard being developed Order with duplex capacity and system proficient (rather than individual machines) Purchase All-in-One units when conceivable A solitary ENERGY STAR multi-work gadget will decrease ~320 pounds of CO2 more than 6 years

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Renewable Energy Procurement Decisions Type: Solar, wind, biomass, hydro, and so on. On location versus offsite era Small scale versus extensive scale

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Water & Energy Linked Water-related vitality utilize devours 19% of California\'s power, 30% of its normal gas "The country\'s water & vitality utilize are inseparably weaved. Vitality is expected to pump, treat, transport, warmth, cool, and reuse water." (California Energy Commission) Running high temp water for 5 minutes = 60 watt globule for 14 hours Water preservation spares vitality at ~60% of cost of vitality protection Source: California Energy Commission, http://www.energy.ca.gov/2005publications/CEC-700-2005-011/CEC-700-2005-011-SF.PDF

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Water Sense Label Third-party tried and meet EPA\'s proficiency determinations WaterSense accreditations exist or are being developed for the accompanying item classifications: Bathroom sink fixtures (confirmed for productivity and satisfactory stream) Landscaping water system administrations (affirms experts) New homes Showerheads (being developed) Toilets (guaranteed for execution and effectiveness) Urinals (being developed) Weather-or sensor-based water system control advancements (Source: http://www.epa.gov/watersense/)

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GHGs from Food Production Systems What makes a difference most is the means by which nourishment is created 83% of GHG emanations are generation related Methane from hamburger and dairy generation 11% from t ransportation

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Reducing Municipal "Foodprint" Change practices of cafeterias, concessions, candy machines, unique occasions, other sustenance benefit operations Purchase less red meat and dairy; increment chicken, pork, fish, eggs and veggie proteins Buy natural and additionally reasonably developed sustenance Buy nearby, regular, new, natural nourishment; maintain a strategic distance from air freighted nourishment Reduce filtered water and other bundled merchandise Reduce nourishment squander; compost at whatever point conceivable

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Paper Calculator www.edf.org/papercalculator/

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EPA\'s Recycled Content (ReCon) Tool Calculates vitality advantages and GHG outflows diminishments from buying items with reused content Available both as an online number cruncher and Microsoft Excel spreadsheet www.epa.gov/climatechange/wycd/squander/mini-computers/ReCon_home.html

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Metric for Recycled Plastic One ton of CO 2 equal is disposed of when buying: 4 hexagon-molded reused plastic seats (98% postconsumer squander) 15 reused plastic stop seats with backs (98% postconsumer) 100 reused plastic, 96-gallon wheeled yard squander trucks (25% postconsumer )

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~25% of trees (by volume) are sliced to fabricate paper items Larger trees can better sequester/settle CO2 FSC guarantees/records paper items and building supplies that are gotten from economically overseen woods Many items contain reused content See www.fscus.org/about_us/

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GHGs from Janitorial Maintenance Products Pressurized "air" dusters frequently contain chlorodifluoromethane, a powerful GHG Alternatives incorporate little console vacuums and squeezable knobs Some vaporized items contain CO2 as a charge

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How to Pay for Energy-Efficient Products Life-cycle planning Revolving credits Utility discounts Energy preservation benefit understandings Grants Cooperative obtaining

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Bright Schools Program Operated by the California Energy Commission, offers free specialized help to openly supported K-12 schools to: Conduct vitality reviews Review hardware details Evaluate outline arrangements and recommendations www.energy.ca.gov/proficiency/brightschools/index.html

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