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Environmentally Preferable Purchasing at the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Environmental Policy and Assistance (HS-22)

eBuy Challenges

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Overview

  • Drivers and cost benefits
  • LBNL\'s eBuy process: Distributed eBuy/blanket purchases
  • How to increase purchases of EPP when LBNL users have access to an entire catalog
  • Reporting and data collection
  • Model programs at other DOE facilities

DOE Policy

Purchase designated products containing environmentally preferable attributes to the maximum extent practicable when available, affordable and effective

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HSS

Office of Health, Safety and Security

Drivers Directing LBNL to Purchase Green Products

  • Legislation:
    • Resource Conservation & Recovery Act (RCRA)
    • Clean Air Act Title VI (CAA)
    • Farm Security and Rural Investment Act (FSRIA)
    • Energy Acts of 1992, 2005, 2007
  • Impact of Executive Orders: 13221, 13423
    • Replace EO13101, 13123, 13134, 13148, 13149
    • Specify environmental preferability in environmental management systems
    • Add Electronic Stewardship and Sustainable Design
    • Include standby power devices
  • DOE contract

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HSS

Office of Health, Safety and Security

Drivers Directing LBNL toPurchase Green Products

  • Memoranda of Understanding:

- Federal Electronics Challenge

- High Performance and Sustainable Buildings

  • Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)
  • DOE Acquisition Regulation (DEAR)
  • DOE Orders 450.1A and 430.2B and 413.3A
  • DOE Acquisition Guide (Chapter 23)
  • See http://www.hss.doe.gov/pp/epp/drivers_and_guidelines.html for information on regulations affecting Green Purchasing

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examples of potential cost savings
Examples of Potential Cost Savings
  • Paint (latex) $16.00/gal Recycled paint (meets commercial paint specs) $8.25Potential Savings for LBNL (50% of $24,890) $12,000/yr
  • Toner cartridge (Canon Machines) $67.74

Remanufactured toner cartridge $30.67

Potential Savings for LBNL (50% of $261,934) $130,000/yr

  • Paper/ream (truck-load) $3.13

Recycled paper $2.55Potential Savings for LBNL (20% of $120,000?) $24,000/yr

  • Binders (3” White slant “D” /w clear covers) $11.59

Recycled binders $6.28

Potential Savings for LBNL (50% of $8000) $4000/yr

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LBNL’s eBuy Process

  • Describe process
  • Discuss options for addressing issues

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eBuy: How to Increase EPP Purchases at LBNL

  • Build into contract/purchasing agreement that catalog offers only preferred products?
  • Restrict Purchase Card use to only preferred products, such as we do allowing no firearms purchases
  • Identify preferred products in catalog and give cost incentive (5% off price) for purchasing them?
  • Give awards to star purchasers, making a big splash so all are aware?

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EPP Data Collection and Reporting at LBNL

  • Present system for
    • Purchase card?
    • Purchase requests?
    • Service contracts?
    • Construction contracts?

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dear flow down clause for sub contracts
DEAR Flow Down Clause for Sub-Contracts

970.5223-2 Affirmative procurement program.

As prescribed in 48 CFR (DEAR) 970.2304-2, insert the following clause in contracts for the management and operation of DOE facilities, including national laboratories.

AFFIRMATIVE PROCUREMENT PROGRAM (MAR 2003)

(a) In the performance of this contract, the Contractor shall comply with the requirements of Executive Order 13423 and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Affirmative Procurement Program Guidance. This guidance includes requirements concerning environmentally preferable products and services, recycled content products and biobased products. This guidance is available on the Internet.

(c) The Contractor shall prepare and submit reports, at the end of the Federal fiscal year, on matters related to the acquisition of items designated in EPA\'s Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines that Federal agencies and their Contractors are to procure with recovered/recycled content.

(d) If the Contractor subcontracts a significant portion of the operation of the Government facility which includes the acquisition of items designated in EPA\'s Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines, the subcontract shall contain a clause substantially the same as this clause. …Examples of such a subcontract would be operation of the facility supply function, construction or remodeling at the facility, or maintenance of the facility motor vehicle fleet.

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Model eBuy Programs at Other Facilities

  • Examples dependent on those applicable to LBNL
  • Brainstorm potential ideal situation at LBNL and ways to effect it:
    • ??????

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resources for green product information
Resources for Green Product Information
  • DOE Environmentally Preferable Purchasinghttp://www.hss.doe.gov/pp/epp/
  • Alternative Fuels/Vehicleshttp://www1.eere.energy.gov/vehiclesandfuels/epact/federal/
  • Biobased Products http://www.biobased.oce.usda.gov/fb4p/Catalog.aspx
  • Electronic Equipment http://www.epeat.net/
  • Energy/Water Efficient Product http://www1.eere.energy.gov/femp/procurement/ http://www1.eere.energy.gov/femp/water/index.html
  • Non-Ozone Depleting Substanceshttp://www.epa.gov/docs/ozone/snap/
  • Recycled Products http://www.epa.gov/epaoswer/non-hw/procure/products.htm
  • Sustainable Buildings http://www.wbdg.org/

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resources for green product information continued
Resources for Green Product Information(continued)
  • DOE Quarterly EPP Teleconferences4th Thursdays: Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct: http://www.hss.doe.gov/pp/epp/teleconferences_tools.html
  • Fed Centerhttp://www.fedcenter.gov/programs/buygreen/
  • Office of the Federal Environmental Executivehttp://www.ofee.gov
  • EPA EPP Databasehttp://yosemite.epa.gov/oppt/eppstand2.nsf/Pages/Search.html?Open
  • DOE-HQ Blanket Ordering Agreementshttp://www.management.energy.gov/1364.htm
  • DOE-HQ Bulk Purchasing Tool for ENERGY STAR Equipment http://www.quantityquotes.net/default.aspx

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contacts for epp information
Contacts for EPP Information
  • Procurement - Richard Langston / Michael Raizen, MA-61,202-287-1339 / 202-287-1512
  • Environmentally Preferable Purchasing, Biobased and Recycled Products - Don Lentzen HS-22, 202-586-7428
  • Construction Materials and Equipment - Anne Crawley, FEMP, 202-586-1505
  • Electronic Stewardship - Jeff Eagan, HS-22,202-586-4598
  • Energy/Water Efficient Products - Cyrus Nasseri, EE-2L, 202-586-9138
  • Non-Ozone Depleting Substances - Emile Boulos, HS-22,202-586-1306
  • Vehicle Efficient/Alternative Fuels - Brad Gustafson, FEMP, 202-586-5865
  • Hotline Technical Support – Sandra Cannon, 509-529-1535, [email protected]

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