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[GreenYes] [OFEE] 2006 White House Award Winners includes KY Army Fort with "Zero Waste is the Goal"


Apologies for Cross-Postings

>Date: Mon, 22 May 2006 10:47:37 -0400
>From: Arnold.Dana@no.address
>To: list-users@no.address
>Subject: OFEE Listserv - 2006 White House Closing the Circle Award Winners
>List-Id: OFEE Initiative on Recycling email list server <ofee-users.ofee.gov>
>
>OFFICE OF THE FEDERAL ENVIRONMENTAL EXECUTIVE ANNOUNCES 2006 WHITE
>HOUSE CLOSING THE CIRCLE AWARDS WINNERS
>
>The Office of the Federal Environmental Executive is pleased to announce
>the recipients of the 2006 White House Closing the Circle (CTC) Awards.
>The CTC Awards recognize outstanding achievements of Federal employees
>and their facilities for efforts that resulted in significant
>contributions to, or have made a significant positive impact regarding
>to environmental stewardship. The awards focus on waste prevention,
>recycling, and green purchasing activities under Executive Order (E.O.)
>13101, environmental management under E.O. 13148, green/sustainable
>buildings under several executive orders, and reduced fuel usage under
>E.O. 13149. This year the program also recognizes four (4) Gold level
>partners of the Federal Electronics Challenge (FEC).
>
>This year, 16 winners and 11 honorable mentions were selected from
>nearly 200 nominations in the areas of environmental management systems,
>pollution prevention, recycling, green product purchasing, alternative
>fuels, sustainable building, and electronics stewardship. The awards
>will be presented at a White House ceremony on June 12, 2006.
>
>2006 White House Closing the Circle Awards Winners
>
>Recycling-Military
>Department of Defense
>US Army Fort Campbell, KY
>Team: Pollution Prevention Team
>Zero Waste is the Goal
>
>Recycling-Civilian
>Department of Energy
>Y-12 National Security Complex, Oak Ridge, TN
>Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle Team
>Multi-Organizational Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle at Y-12
>
>Department of the Interior
>Minerals Management Service, Anchorage, AK
>Caryn Smith
>A Work Environment that Works for the Environment
>
>Environmental Protection Agency
>EPA HQ, Washington DC
>Recycling Electronics and Asset Disposition (READ) Services Team
>A government-wide procurement tool to properly manage, recycle and
>dispose of electronics
>
>
>Waste Pollution/Prevention-Military
>Department of Defense
>Crane Army Ammunition Activity, NSA Crane, IN
>Pollution Prevention Team
>Reuse of MJU decoy flares
>
>
>Waste Pollution/Prevention-Civilian
>Department of Energy
>Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, Washington
>PNNL Stewardship Team
>Conservation through Reuse
>
>Department of the Interior
>National Parks Service WASO, Lakewood, CO
>Concession Environmental Management Team
>Green Contracts Prevent Pollution
>
>
>Sustainable Design/ Green Buildings-Military
>Department of Defense
>Naval Base Ventura County, Port Hueneme, CA
>Public Works Department
>Building 850: Energy and Sustainability Showcase
>
>
>Sustainable Design/ Green Buildings-Civilian
>Department of the Interior
>National Parks Service MRO, Omaha, NE
>LEED Gold Team
>Making "The Good Life" Sustainable
>
>
>Alternative Fuel and Fuel Conservation in Transportation -Military
>Department of Defense
>Naval Station Great Lakes, Illinois
>Base Support Transportation Team
>Alternative Fuel and Fuel Conservation in Transportation
>
>
>Alternative Fuel and Fuel Conservation in Transportation -Civilian
>Department of Energy
>DOE HQ, Washington DC
>Green Fleet Team
>Petroleum Fuel Reduction through Alternative Fuels
>
>United States Postal Service
>USPS HQ, Washington DC
>Han T. Dinh
>Expansion of Biodiesel Utilization at USPS
>
>
>EMS-Military
>Department of Defense
>Robins AFB, Warner Robins, GA
>Environmental Management Systems Team
>Environmental Management for the Future
>
>
>EMS-Civilian
>Department of the Treasury
>United States Mint , Washington DC
>Environmental Management Systems Team
>EMS Program at US Mint
>
>
>Green Purchasing-Civilian
>Department of Homeland Security
>US Coast Guard AIRSTA, Elizabeth City, NC
>Aircraft Repair and Supply Center Engineering Support Team
>Corn Starch Dry Blast Media
>
>Department of Energy
>Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM
>Sandia P2 Staff and Procurement Green Teams
>Comprehensive Environmentally Preferable Purchasing Program
>
>
>Federal Electronics Stewarship
>Department of Veterans Affairs
>VA Central Office, Washington DC
>Federal Electronics Challenge Team
>Gold Award Winner
>
>U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
>EPA HQ, Washington, DC
>Federal Electronics Challenge Team
>Gold Award Winner
>
>U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
>EPA Region 2, New York, NY
>Federal Electronics Challenge Team
>Gold Award Winner
>
>U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
>EPA Region 4, Atlanta, GA
>Federal Electronics Challenge Team
>Gold Award Winner
>
>
>
>2006 White House Closing the Circle Awards Honorable Mentions
>
>Recycling-Military
>Department of Defense
>Travis Air Force Base, Fairfield, CA
>Recycling Team
>Travis AFB Recycling Program
>
>Recycling-Civilian
>United States Postal Service
>USPS Supply Management, Philadelphia, PA
>Memphis Purchasing Service Center
>USPS Total Waste Management Program
>
>Department of Energy
>Savannah River Site, Aiken, SC
>Recycling Team
>Savannah Rivers Recycle Opportunities Expand
>
>Waste Military/Prevention-Military
>Department of Defense
>MCAS Cherry Point, Cherry Point, NC
>Environmental Affairs Department
>Innovative Waste and P2 Aboard MCAS Cherry Point
>
>Sustainable Design/ Green Buildings-Civilian
>General Services Administration
>Scowcroft GSA Building, Ogden, Utah
>Building Renovation Project Team
>Scowcroft, GSA Building Renovation
>
>Alternative Fuel and Fuel Conservation in Transportation -Military
>Department of Defense
>Ft. Benning, GA
>John Brent
>Implementing and Alternative Fuel Infrastructure
>
>EMS-Military
>Department of Defense
>US Navy Fleet Activities, Sasebo, Japan
>Richard Whittier, Brian Pettitt, Ryoji Inazawa, Kazuhiro Iwanaga
>Building a Site Specific EMS from the bottom up
>
>Department of Defense
>US Army Fort Hood, TX
>EMS Workgroup
>Fort Hood's EMS: Maintaining the Balance Through Individual
>Accountability
>
>EMS-Civilian
>U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
>EPA HQ, Washington, DC
>Russel R. McCullough, Jerry Oakley, Howard Wilson,
>EPA EMS Coordinators and Leadership at EPA
>EPA Agency-wide Environmental Management System: Collaboration and
>Innovation
>
>Department of Energy
>National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Colorado
>Robert Westby, Susan Huffnagle, Maureen Jordan
>Sustainable NREL: An Innovative Approach to EMS
>
>Green Purchasing-Civilian
>Department of Veterans Affairs
>Rock Island National Cemetery, Rock Island, Illinois
>Kenneth Nussear and W. Scott Lamb
>Recycled Plastic Lumber Use
>
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Gary Liss
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www.garyliss.com

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