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Green Computing DOE Electronics Stewardship CIO Cyber Security Conference May 2, 2007 Jeff Eagan Office of Health, Safety and Security Office of Nuclear Safety and Environmental Assistance Green Computing Overview Drivers for Electronics Stewardship New Executive Order 13432

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Green

Computing

DOE Electronics Stewardship

CIO Cyber Security Conference

May 2, 2007

Jeff Eagan

Office of Health, Safety and Security

Office of Nuclear Safety and Environmental Assistance

green computing overview
Green Computing Overview
  • Drivers for Electronics Stewardship
    • New Executive Order 13432
    • DOE Order 450.1, Change 2
    • Interagency MOU with Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) and 10 other Federal agencies
  • Electronics Lifecycle Activities
    • Green Purchasing
    • Energy Saving Operations
    • Extension of Useful Lifetime
    • Environmentally Sound Disposition
  • Federal Electronics Challenge
  • DOE Accomplishments in Green Computing
drivers for electronics stewardship at doe
Drivers for Electronics Stewardship at DOE
  • Executive Order (E.O.) 13423, Strengthening Federal Environmental Energy, and Transportation Management (January 24, 2007)
  • DOE Order 450.1, Chg. 2, Environmental Protection Program (December 2005)
  • Memorandum of Understanding Between the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) and Federal agencies, Including DOE (November 2004)
e o 13423 strengthening federal environmental energy and transportation management
E.O. 13423, “Strengthening Federal Environmental, Energy, and Transportation Management”
  • Supersedes previous E.O.s.
  • Drives DOE’s Electronics Stewardship Program.
  • Requires Federal agencies to:
    • Purchase > 95% Electronics Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT) registered electronics;
    • Enable Energy Star® features on all computers and monitors;
    • Extend useful life of electronics; and
    • Use environmentally sound practices for end-of-life electronics.
instructions for implementing executive order 13423
“Instructions for Implementing Executive Order 13423”
  • Published March 29, 2007.
  • Requires partnership in the Federal Electronics Challenge (FEC), or implementation of an equivalent electronics stewardship program.
doe order 450 1 chg 2 environmental protection program
DOE Order 450.1, Chg. 2“Environmental Protection Program”
  • Defines DOE Electronics Stewardship Program
    • Modifications anticipated to comply with E.O.13423.
    • Establishes goals for DOE sites to integrate performance-based pollution prevention (P2) into Environmental Management Systems (EMSs).
    • Provides strategies for achieving electronics stewardship goals at DOE sites.
    • Requires annual reporting of EPEAT procurement and green disposition of computers.
mou to promote electronics stewardship
MOU to Promote Electronics Stewardship
  • Signed by CEQ and 10 other Federal agencies, including DOE.
  • Promotes common strategies for electronics stewardship across Federal agencies. Commits signatories to:
    • Procure environmentally preferable electronics.
    • Enabling electronics power management capabilities.
    • Recycle and reuse of surplus (end-of-life) electronics.
e o 13423 requires purchasing epeat registered electronics
NEW

E.O. 13423

>95% of purchases must be EPEAT-registered.

Applies to electronics for which EPEAT standards exist.

IT contracts must incorporate appropriate language.

IT contracts must address applicable FAR clauses (Note: FAR case is pending).

Products should be EPEAT Silver or higher, if available.

EXISTING

DOE O 450.1

Requires buying EPEAT registered electronics.

DOE Environmentally Preferable Purchasing Program Overview & DOE Acquisition Guide

Encourages buying EPEAT-registered electronics.

DOE HQ Common Op. Env.

Requires buying EPEAT-registered electronics.

E.O. 13423 Requires Purchasing EPEAT-Registered Electronics
epeat registration requirements
EPEAT Registration Requirements
  • 51 environmental performance criteria: 23 required and 28 optional.
  • Manufacturers choose tier level for products – Bronze, Silver, and Gold.
  • More than 428 products are currently EPEAT-registered.
e o 13423 requires enabling of energy star features
NEW

E.O. 13423

Requires Energy Star® features enabled:

On 100% of computers and monitors; or

To maximum degree, based on mission needs.

Some electronics may not be eligible to comply.

EXISTING

DOE O 450.1

Provides that power management capabilities be enabled on electronics.

E.O. 13423 Requires Enabling of Energy Star® Features
e o 13423 requires policies to extend useful lifetime
NEW

E.O. 13423

Extend useful lifetime of electronics to > 4 yrs.

Use EPA guidance to improve operation & maintenance. [http://www.federalelectronicschallenge.net/resources/docs/oandm.pdf]

Implement procedures to ensure timely reuse and donation of equipment.

EXISTING

DOE O 450.1

Extend useful lifespan of computers through software upgrades.

DOE HQ Common Op. Env.

Replace cathode ray tube (CRT) monitors only as needed.

E.O. 13423 Requires Policies To Extend Useful Lifetime
e o 13423 requires environmentally sound end of life disposition
NEW

E.O. 13423

Requires environmentally sound reuse, donation, sale, or recycle of end-of-life electronics.

Choose qualified recyclers.

Comply with GSA’s Computer’s for Learning Program (E.O. 12999).

Ensure reuse, donation, sale or recycle of leased IT equipment at end of lease.

EXISTING

DOE O 450.1

Recycle post-consumer materials

Recycle end-of-life electronics.

DOE CIO Guidance CS-11

(January 26, 2007)

Follow specified protocols for clearing storage media, memory devices, and hardware.

E.O. 13423 Requires Environmentally Sound End-of-Life Disposition
e o 13423 requires partnership in the fec or implementation of an equivalent program
NEW

E.O. 13423

Requires program addressing purchase, operation and maintenance, and end-of-life management for electronics choose either to:

Become FEC partner or

Implement FEC-equivalent program.

EXISTING

Sixteen DOE elements have become FEC partners.

June 2005 Joint DOE Memo from Agency Environmental Executive and Chief Information Officer (IM-1) commits DOE to:

Improve life-cycle management practices of electronics; and

Promote participation by DOE field elements in FEC.

E.O. 13423 Requires Partnership in the FEC or Implementation of an Equivalent Program
doe elements that are fec partners
Brookhaven National Laboratory

Bonneville Power Administration

DOE Headquarters (HQ)

Environmental Management (EM)

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab)

Idaho National Laboratory

Kansas City Plant

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)

Los Alamos National Laboratory

National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL)

Nevada Test Site

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)

Pantex Plant

Sandia National Laboratories/NM

Sandia National Laboratories/CA

Yucca Mt Project Bechtel SAIC

DOE Elements That Are FEC Partners
doe accomplishments in electronics stewardship
DOE Accomplishments in Electronics Stewardship
  • DOE won the 2006 and 2007 Agency Awards for the Electronics Reuse and Recycling Campaign (ERRC)
  • Eight sites won ERRC or FEC Facility Awards between 2005-2007:
    • Bonneville Power Administration – Strategic Petroleum Reserve
    • Idaho National Lab – Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
    • Kansas City Plant – DOE Headquarters
    • Pacific Northwest National Lab – Lawrence Livermore National Lab
  • Five sites will receive 2007 FEC Facility Awards:
    • Brookhaven National Laboratory
    • Pantex Plant
    • Pacific Northwest National Lab
    • DOE Headquarters
    • Idaho National Laboratory
what your site can do to implement electronics stewardship es
What Your Site Can Do To Implement Electronics Stewardship (ES)
  • Request ES training and technical assistance from HSS on requirements and goals.
  • Develop a cross-functional ES team.
  • Set ES goals within your EMS.
  • Utilize FEC resources
    • Participate in FEC teleconferences.
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Contact the Office of Nuclear Safety and Environmental Assistance (HS-22)for Consultation and Support on Electronics Stewardship

Jeff Eagan

DOE Electronics Stewardship Coordinator

(202) 586-4598

[email protected]

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