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U.S. DOE Sustainable Acquisition Workgroup
Public information area for members of DOE's Sustainable Acquisition Workgroup.

  
The U.S. Department of Energy purchases products with the most environmental attributes possible, especially those attributes designated by Congress for purchase: alternative fuels and vehicles, biobased and recycled content, energy and water efficient, EPEAT electronic equipment, low-to-no toxicity, and non-ozone depleting. This site is primarily for DOE sites to use as a source of information for transitioning to more environmental products.

To facilitate transition, this DOE Sustainable Acquisition website offers information on purchasing requirements, how to imbed the requirements into Environmental Management Systems and contracts, purchasing approaches, availability of products, education tools, tracking/reporting, and success stories/technology transfer and benefits information so sites can quickly find the required products that meet all the performance, regulatory, cost, etc. specifications.

Alternative Fuels/Vehicles Biobased Products Energy Efficient Products

EPEAT

Non/Less Toxic Non-Ozone Depleting
Recycled Products Water Efficient Products  


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14 U.S. Department of Energy sites achieve the 2016 EPEAT Purchasers Awards.
14 U.S. Department of Energy sites achieve the 2016 EPEAT Purchasers Awards.
Three Star: Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, National Renewable Energy Lab, Pacific Northwest National Lab, Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant, Princeton Plasma Physics Lab
Two Star: Battelle Energy Alliance, Idaho Treatment Group, Office of Legacy Management, Strategic Petroleum Reserve, URS/CH2M Oak Ridge LLC Information Technology, Y-12 National Security Complex
One Star: Hanford Site Mission Support Alliance, Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility, Waste Isolation Pilot Plant/Carlsbad Field Office

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Last Updated: January 16, 2018