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Accession Number ADA564179
Title Defense Logistics Agency: Fulcrum for Greening DoD.
Publication Date May 2011
Media Count 40p
Personal Author C. Lee
Abstract Why go Green. To comply with Executive Orders and DoD Directives -- Federal Laws, regulations, Presidential Executive Orders, and recent DoD Green Procurement policy call for increased procurement of 'green' products. To promote environmental stewardship -- Congress and the President have directed federal agencies to be good stewards of the environment. Federal agencies are now expected to conserve energy and other precious natural resources, and as stewards of federal dollars, we are obligated to purchase certain items considered 'green.' To reduce operating and maintenance costs -- Reuse or recycling items reduces disposal costs and material handling. To reduce the hazardous waste stream -- Eliminate part of the 2.6 billion pounds of toxic chemicals released annually in the United States. Green products are environmentally preferable products that have a lesser or reduced effect on human health and the environment when compared to competing products or services that serve the same purpose; products that provide a lower cost based on life-cycle costs, not purchase price; products that meet the approved Environmental Attribute Code (ENAC) by being water efficient, energy efficient, low standby power, or bio-based. The Department of Defense's Green Procurement Program policy and strategy were issued in August 2004. The policy formally established a DoD Green Procurement Program (GPP). The DoD's GPP is a comprehensive strategy for implementing environmentally preferred practices while sustaining the overall mission. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Aviation formed the Hazardous Minimization and Green Products Branch based at Defense Supply Center Richmond (DSCR) in March 2009. Its mission is to facilitate the increased availability and use of green products by DLA Aviation customers.
Keywords Aircraft maintenance
Alternative fuels
Bio-based products
Briefing charts
Cleaning compounds
Cost reduction
Defense logistics agency aviation
Department of defense
Efficiency
Energy conservation
Energy-efficient products
Environmental protection
Fuels
Green alternatives
Green procurement program
Green(Color)
Hazardous materials
Hazardous minimization and green products branch
Health
Hydraulic fluids
Life cycle costs
Logistics support
Lubricants
Military procurement
Policies
Recycled materials
Safety
Supply chain sustainability
Symposia
Water-efficient products


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 74 - Military Sciences
74E - Logistics, Military Facilities, & Supplies
68G - Environmental Health & Safety
Corporate Author Defense Logistics Agency, Richmond, VA. Aviation.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note Briefing charts.
NTIS Issue Number 1302
Contract Number N/A

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