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

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

  3. 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

  4. Messages from our Campus Leaders

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

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

  7. $6.7 Million

  8. Sustainability Update Robin Ridgway Director of Sustainability & Environmental Stewardship

  9. Sustainability Projects • Building Energy Efficiency: QES, retrocomissioning, utility metering, green buildings • Energy Supply: • Boiler #1 replacement • Alternative energy: wind and biomass • Recycling

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

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

  12. What do I do with my Banana Peel?…and what about my Kleenex?

  13. Sustainability Physical Facilities Strategic Goal Foster a culture of sustainability by initiating and facilitating innovative projects, educational and informational activities and university-wide collaborations. *Aligned with Meeting Global Challenges New Synergies goal

  14. PF Sustainability Objectives • Physical Facilities will be recognized within the university community and at the national level as a leader in sustainability initiatives. • Serving as an initiator of and conduit for sustainability awareness efforts, Physical Facilities will foster the development of necessary behavioral changes that will result in positive environmental impacts.

  15. Program Background • Formal recycling program established in early 1990s • Funding supplemented by sale of recyclables • Need for funding drove collection process • Recycling collected and separated by commodity type (source separated) • Achieved 26% recycling rate in 2007-08 in traditional personal recyclables

  16. Program Background 2008 • Recycling rates increased through strategic partnerships • e.g. football game recycling (student led) • e.g. residence hall roll-off containers • Buildings & Grounds contracted with consultant: Resource Recycling Systems, Inc. • Evaluate opportunities for expansion • Increase efficiencies for program

  17. Program Background 2009 • Council for Manager Development project focuses on interior collection possibilities • Buildings & Grounds developed revised program for expanding recycling • Previous recycling history • Student project results • Recommendations from RRS and CMD • Change in Philosophy: • “Inside-Out” approach - customer focus rather than operations focus • Volume collection rather than revenue • Maximize flexibility

  18. Program Goals • Maximize Purdue’s recycling rate by most cost-effective and efficient means • Reduce amount of waste currently landfilled • Raise Purdue’s recycling rate (e.g. 65% by 2014) • Accurately capture, record and publicize total campus waste diverted from the landfill

  19. Program Goals • Q: How can Purdue convert twice as much personal trash to personal recycling? • A: Develop a flexible recycling plan that rewards recycling behaviors (and takes away the convenience of desk-side trash removal)

  20. Process for Change • Established Buildings & Grounds Recycling Assessment Team • Assigned tasks in four categories • Administrative • Operational • Marketing & Communications • Capital Investment

  21. Program Changes for 2009-10 • Implement Dual-Stream Recycling for interior collection • Separate office paper • Comingle mixed paper, plastic, aluminum, Styrofoam, and glass (personal recyclables) • Note: Cardboard is considered a separate recycling stream and handled at the dock level (exterior collection) • No change to Confidential Recycling program

  22. Interior Changes for 2009-10 • Reward recycling behavior through desk side collection by custodial staff • Refuse collection to be completed in central building locations by occupants. We will no longer collect trash at the desk side • Reallocate custodial activities to accomplish the program change: • Currently trash pickup occurs 3 day/week desk side by custodians • Change to recycling pickup 2 day/week desk side by custodians

  23. Implementation Plan & Timeline Phase 1: Pilot program in FREH • Began July 22nd • Evaluate recycling changes • Building communications • Occupant feedback • Compliance data gathering • Operational effectiveness • Validate assumptions regarding collecting / handling inside the buildings

  24. 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 recycled materials collected has increased 23%, from 35% to 58%

  25. Implementation Plan & Timeline Phase 1A: Pilot program in CIVL • Began August 26th • Implemented Lessons Learned from FREH • Clearer, earlier, more thorough communications • Staff and Occupant involvement in planning • Established simplified list of definitions • The Results? • 1st Collection = 99.3% Participation

  26. 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 recycled materials collected has increased 18%, from 27% to 45%

  27. Implementation Plan & Timeline Phase 2: Expanded pilot program to five existing buildings • AGAD, PAO, BRNG, LILY and MATH • And new buildings coming on-line this fall • Discovery Learning Center, Hockmeyer, Niswonger • Beginning October 1 through December 31 • Validate assumptions regarding collecting / handling recycling outside the buildings • Effectively interface two parts of program with higher volume of recyclables

  28. AGAD Pilot Results • Week 1 = 100% Participation • Week 2 = 100% Participation • Percentage of recycled materials collected has increased 43%, from 33% to 76%

  29. PAO Pilot Results • Week 1 = 98% Participation • Week 2 = 100% Participation • Percentage of recycled materials collected has increased 12%, from 21% to 33%

  30. BRNG Pilot Results • Week 1 = 95% Participation • Week 2 = 93% Participation • Percentage of recycled materials collected has increased 17%, from 30% to 47%

  31. LILY Pilot Results • Week 1 = 97% Participation • Week 2 = 96% Participation • Percentage of recycled materials collected has increased 13%, from 30% to 43%

  32. MATH Pilot Results • Week 1 = 89% Participation • Week 2 = 83% Participation • Percentage of recycled materials collected has increased 33%, from 13% to 46% • MATH selected because of shared dock with BRNG, not because of being a strong recycler

  33. Implementation Plan & Timeline Phase 3: Expand pilot program to three more existing buildings • PFSB, BSG, and GRS • Validate assumptions regarding collecting / handling recycling outside the buildings • Effectively interface two parts of program • Evaluate pilot costs and review implementation timeline

  34. Implementation Plan & Timeline • Phase 4: Implement balance of the program changes beginning in January 2010 • Interior implementation (new containers) • Groups of 10 buildings at a time • Continuous evaluation and improvement

  35. Exterior Changes for 2009-10 • Added 31 Exterior recycling containers • High volume, high traffic pedestrian areas • Adding larger dumpsters to handle increased volume of recyclables • Providing smaller trash dumpsters

  36. 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 diverted from landfill • Anticipated 5% Increase in Recycling Rate • Working on including Food Waste

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

  38. Results to Date • Institutional Recyclables for 2008-09: • Purdue’s overall recycling rate48% • (Surplus & Salvage, Transportation, REM, Wade Utility Plant, and Soilmaker) • Traditional / Personal Recyclables rate: • 2006-07 24% • 2007-08 26% • 2008-09 37% Landfill tonnage reduced by ~500 tons in ’08-’09 • 4,800 tons of waste sent to landfill

  39. Ongoing Activities • Announced program changes to campus during Green Week (September 21-25) • Meeting with Faculty Senate and sub-committees • Working with Marketing & Media to “brand” the program • Participating in Recyclemania! • Hired Student Intern • Improving exterior infrastructure to support increased recycling volume

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

  41. Recycling Assessment Team • Martha May, Sr. Director, 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

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

  43. What’s Happening on Campus…Campus Master Plan Update John Collier, Director, Campus Planning

  44. Open Discussion / Q&A For copies of presentations: Contact Martha May mamay@purdue.edu http://www.purdue.edu/physicalfacilities