Welcome to 2009 Building Delegate Meeting.

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Welcome to 2009 Building Deputy Meeting October 19, 2009 8:00 am – 11:00 am Physical Facilities Service Building

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Welcome & Introductions Martha A. May Senior Director, Buildings & Grounds mamay@purdue.edu

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Today\'s Agenda Introductions & Welcome Messages from our Campus Leadership Project Management & Construction Slip/Trip/Fall Call! Program Sustainability Update Purdue Recycles Program Campus Master Plan Update Open Discussion/Question & Answer

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Messages from our Campus Leaders

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Project Management & Construction Gary Shumaker Senior Director, Project Management & Construction

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Slip/Trip/Fall Call! Program Steve Gauger Assistant Director, Radiological & Environmental Management

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$6.7 Million

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Sustainability Update Robin Ridgway Director of Sustainability & Environmental Stewardship

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Sustainability Projects Building Energy Efficiency: QES, retrocomissioning, utility metering, green structures Energy Supply: Boiler #1 substitution Alternative vitality: wind and biomass Recycling

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Sustainability Projects (cont.) Green Cleaning Transportation Storm Water Program: Mackey Project and others Green Week 2009 www.purdue.edu/maintainability

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Purdue Recycles Program Martha May & Terry Ashlock, Director, Building Services

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What do I do with my Banana Peel? … and shouldn\'t something be said about my Kleenex?

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Sustainability Physical Facilities Strategic Goal Foster a society of maintainability by starting and encouraging inventive ventures, instructive and enlightening exercises and college wide joint efforts. *Aligned with Meeting Global Challenges New Synergies objective

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PF Sustainability Objectives Physical Facilities will be perceived inside the college group and at the national level as a pioneer in manageability activities. Serving as an initiator of and course for manageability mindfulness endeavors, Physical Facilities will cultivate the improvement of vital behavioral changes that will bring about positive natural effects.

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Program Background Formal reusing program set up in mid 1990s Funding supplemented by offer of recyclables Need for subsidizing drove accumulation process Recycling gathered and isolated by merchandise sort (source isolated) Achieved 26% reusing rate in 2007-08 in customary individual recyclables

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Program Background 2008 Recycling rates expanded through key organizations e.g. football game reusing (understudy drove) e.g. living arrangement corridor move off compartments Buildings & Grounds contracted with specialist: Resource Recycling Systems, Inc. Assess open doors for extension Increase efficiencies for system

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Program Background 2009 Council for Manager Development venture concentrates on inside accumulation conceivable outcomes Buildings & Grounds created amended system for extending reusing Previous reusing history Student venture results Recommendations from RRS and CMD Change in Philosophy: "Back to front" methodology - client concentrate instead of operations center Volume gathering as opposed to income Maximize adaptability

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Program Goals Maximize Purdue\'s reusing rate by most financially savvy and productive means Reduce measure of waste at present landfilled Raise Purdue\'s reusing rate (e.g. 65% by 2014) Accurately catch, record and broadcast absolute grounds waste redirected from the landfill

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Program Goals Q: How can Purdue change over twice as much individual rubbish to individual reusing? A: Develop an adaptable reusing arrangement that prizes reusing practices (and takes away the accommodation of work area side junk evacuation)

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Process for Change Established Buildings & Grounds Recycling Assessment Team Assigned undertakings in four classifications Administrative Operational Marketing & Communications Capital Investment

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Program Changes for 2009-10 Implement Dual-Stream Recycling for inside accumulation Separate office paper Comingle blended paper, plastic, aluminum, Styrofoam, and glass (individual recyclables) Note: Cardboard is viewed as a different reusing stream and took care of at the dock level (outside gathering) No change to Confidential Recycling program

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Interior Changes for 2009-10 Reward reusing conduct through work area side accumulation by custodial staff Refuse gathering to be finished in focal building areas by tenants. We will no more gather garbage at the work area side Reallocate custodial exercises to perform the project change: Currently waste pickup happens 3 day/week work area side by caretakers Change to reusing pickup 2 day/week work area side by overseers

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Implementation Plan & Timeline Phase 1 : Pilot program in FREH Began July 22 nd Evaluate reusing changes Building correspondences Occupant input Compliance information gathering Operational adequacy Validate presumptions in regards to gathering/taking care of inside the structures

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Freehafer Hall Pilot Results Week 1 = 90.9% Participation Week 2 = 93.6% Participation Week 3 = 96.1% Participation Week 4 = 99.5% Participation Percentage of reused materials gathered has expanded 23%, from 35% to 58%

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Implementation Plan & Timeline Phase 1A : Pilot program in CIVL Began August 26 th Implemented Lessons Learned from FREH Clearer, before, more exhaustive interchanges Staff and Occupant association in arranging Established rearranged rundown of definitions The Results? 1 st Collection = 99.3% Participation

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Civil Engineering Pilot Results Week 1 = 99.3% Participation Week 2 = 99.7% Participation Week 3 = 99.3% Participation Week 4 = 99.3% Participation Percentage of reused materials gathered has expanded 18%, from 27% to 45%

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Implementation Plan & Timeline Phase 2 : Expanded test case system to five existing structures AGAD, PAO, BRNG, LILY and MATH And new structures going ahead line this fall Discovery Learning Center, Hockmeyer, Niswonger Beginning October 1 through December 31 Validate suppositions in regards to gathering/taking care of reusing outside the structures Effectively interface two sections of project with higher volume of recyclables

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AGAD Pilot Results Week 1 = 100% Participation Week 2 = 100% Participation Percentage of reused materials gathered has expanded 43%, from 33% to 76%

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PAO Pilot Results Week 1 = 98% Participation Week 2 = 100% Participation Percentage of reused materials gathered has expanded 12%, from 21% to 33%

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BRNG Pilot Results Week 1 = 95% Participation Week 2 = 93% Participation Percentage of reused materials gathered has expanded 17%, from 30% to 47%

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LILY Pilot Results Week 1 = 97% Participation Week 2 = 96% Participation Percentage of reused materials gathered has expanded 13%, from 30% to 43%

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MATH Pilot Results Week 1 = 89% Participation Week 2 = 83% Participation Percentage of reused materials gathered has expanded 33%, from 13% to 46% MATH chose in view of imparted dock to BRNG, not on account of being a solid recycler

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Implementation Plan & Timeline Phase 3 : Expand test case system to three all the more existing structures PFSB, BSG, and GRS Validate suspicions in regards to gathering/taking care of reusing outside the structures Effectively interface two sections of system Evaluate pilot expenses and survey execution timetable

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Implementation Plan & Timeline Phase 4 : Implement equalization of the project changes starting in January 2010 Interior usage (new holders) Groups of 10 structures at once Continuous assessment and change

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Exterior Changes for 2009-10 Added 31 Exterior reusing compartments High volume, high movement passerby territories Adding bigger dumpsters to handle expanded volume of recyclables Providing littler garbage dumpsters

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Other Changes for 2009-10 Food Pulp Anaerobic Digester Partnership with West Lafayette & HFS Pilot Program in Spring 2009 Housing & Food Service Food Pulp being occupied from landfill Anticipated 5% Increase in Recycling Rate Working on including Food Waste

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Other Changes for 2009-10 High-controlled Industrial Shredder University Warehouse Destruction of E-waste Secure & Environmentally Friendly Also Grinds Wood, Plastics, Sheet Metal By-items Resold Amount of Waste to Landfill Reduced

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Results to Date Institutional Recyclables for 2008-09: Purdue\'s general reusing rate 48% (Surplus & Salvage, Transportation, REM, Wade Utility Plant, and Soilmaker) Traditional/Personal Recyclables rate: 2006-07 24% 2007-08 26% 2008-09 37% Landfill tonnage lessened by ~500 tons in \'08-\'09 4,800 tons of waste sent to landfill

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Ongoing Activities Announced project changes to grounds amid Green Week (September 21-25) Meeting with Faculty Senate and sub-councils Working with Marketing & Media to "brand" the system Participating in Recyclemania! Procured Student Intern Improving outside base to bolster expanded reusing volume

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Building Champions Comments Cindy Lawley, Ph.D., Director of External Relations, CIVL Questions?

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Recycling Assessment Team Martha May, Sr. Executive, Buildings & Grounds Terry Ashlock, Director, Building Services Gary Evans, Director, Grounds Bob Morman, General Manager, Building Services Joel Zarate, Refuse & Recycling Supervisor, Grounds Linda Longo, Financial Manager, Buildings & Grounds

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Questions? Martha May 49-40930 mamay@purdue.edu Terry Ashlock 49-41425 tlashlock@purdue.edu Gary Evans 49-40139 gkevans@purdue.edu

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