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February 20, 2018
This is a conference of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
The six-day Summit will explore cutting-edge issues in coastal restoration and management, and will be comprised of a community restoration event, field sessions, plenary sessions, expert presentations, special evening events, workshops, a poster hall, and an award-winning coastal exposition hall. The summit is sponsored by Restore America's Estuaries.
The EPEAT Purchaser Awards recognize excellence in sustainable procurement of IT products. EPEAT Purchasers will earn a star for each product category for which they have a written policy in place that requires the purchase of EPEAT registered electronics. Submissions are due 30 March 2018. Winners will be honored at a celebration on 14 May 2018 in Minneapolis, MN.
Notice is hereby given that the EPA has designated one new reference method for measuring concentrations of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) in ambient air. The new reference method for NO2 is an automated method (analyzer) utilizing the measurement principle based on gas phase chemiluminescence. POC is Robert Vanderpool, Exposure Methods and Measurements Division (MD-D205-03), National Exposure Research Laboratory, U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711. Tel: 919-541-7877. Email: Vanderpool.Robert@epa.gov ( Federal Register; 13 February 2018 [Notices], pages 6174-6175).
EPA is requesting comment on the Agency's previous statements regarding the Clean Water Act (CWA) and whether pollutant discharges from point sources that reach jurisdictional surface waters via groundwater or other subsurface flow that has a direct hydrologic connection to the jurisdictional surface water may be subject to CWA regulation. EPA is requesting comment on whether the Agency should consider clarification or revision of those statements and if so, comment on how clarification or revision should be provided. Comments must be received on or before 21 May 2018. POC is Scott Wilson, Office of Wastewater Management, Water Permits Division (MC4203M), Environmental Protection Agency, 1200 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20460; tel: (202) 564-6087; email: wilson.js@epa.gov (Federal Register; 20 February 2018 [Proposed Rules], pages 7126-7128)
February 16, 2018
The Southern Review of Legislative & Regulatory Actions, published by the U.S. Army's Regional Environmental and Energy Office--Southern (REEO-S), is designed to provide current information to environmental decision makers, planners, and program managers regarding environmental actions and events throughout Federal EPA Region 4 (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee). Information listed may be relevant to the U.S. Army and other Military Services' activities and operations. See attached.
Sponsored by the Water Environment Federation (WEF), this symposium is designed to educate practitioners, facility owners, operators, researchers, and public administrators about current reuse and disinfection issues, including regulatory requirements and methods for analyzing problems and finding innovative solutions.
This year's theme is "What's Working, What's New, and What's Next in Water Reuse."
Registration is now open for the Energy Exchange and Better Buildings Summit 2018! In 2018 the Department of Energy (DOE) is bringing together the Energy Exchange and Better Buildings Summit in Cleveland, Ohio from August 21-23, creating the largest and most exciting DOE training, trade show, and peer event of the year. More than 3,000 thought leaders from the federal, private, education, and state and local government sectors will convene to accelerate the adoption of energy/water efficiency, integrated resilience, emerging and secure technologies, and replicable renewable energy solutions. The combined Energy Exchange and Better Buildings Summit will feature technical training sessions, interactive panels, and learning opportunities from public and private sector market leaders. No other event brings together more energy management specialists and suppliers. This year's new combined event offers greater opportunity across both the public and private sectors, and no other venue showcases as many new technologies and proven solutions. Register now to attend or sign up to exhibit.
This event brings together UST inspectors, LUST cleanup specialists, manufacturers, representatives from tribes and territories, and the state and federal regulatory community to discuss policy, equipment, emerging issues, and more. This conference is hosted by New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission.
February 14, 2018
Agenda for the Interagency Forum on Climate Risks*, Impacts & Adaptation was held on January 18, 2018, from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm at NASA HQ in Washington DC.
The Northern Review of Legislative & Regulatory Actions provides current information on government affairs, energy and environment relevant to Department of Defense interests in the 22 states and territories in Federal Regions 1, 2, 3 and 5. The Review is intended to be a tool useful to DoD and Army leaders, planners, and program managers in carrying out their responsibilities. The Northern Review of Legislative & Regulatory Actions monitors and targets proposed and final regulations and legislation that may affect Army or DoD operations. See attached.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is announcing the dates for three public listening sessions on the proposed repeal of the Clean Power Plan:

• February 21, 2018 – Kansas City, MO
• February 28, 2018 – San Francisco, CA
• March 27, 2018 – Gillette, WY

Contact: Registration information and more details will be posted at: https://www.epa.gov/stationary-sources-air-pollution/electric-utility-generating-units-repealing-clean-power-plan.

Pre-registration to provide an oral presentation will begin when the notice is published in the Federal Register and close one week prior to each session.

With the publication of an upcoming Federal Register notice, EPA will re-open the public comment period for the proposed repeal through April 26, 2018 and provide further details on the listening sessions. Written statements and supporting information submitted while the public comment period is open will be considered with the same weight as any oral comments and supporting information presented at the listening sessions. Comments should be identified by Docket ID No. EPA-HQ-OAR-2017-0355 and may be submitted by one of the methods listed on the Clean Power Plan Proposed Repeal: How to Comment web page.

February 13, 2018
This training course is designed for water and wastewater employees responsible for emergency response and recovery activities. It also explains why and how to implement an all-hazards program.
Jennifer Hazelman, GSA's Green Product Compilation Program Manager and Michael Bloom, High-Performance Buildings Program Advisor, in GSA's Office of Federal High-Performance Buildings presented this webinar 18 January 2018 on a number of changes, additions and restructuring that have occurred in the Sustainable Facility Tool, the Green Product Compilation, their Environmental Programs pages, and areas that clarify requirements for purchasing of environmental products and services.
The applications of engineering and science associated with cleaning up hazardous waste sites continue to evolve rapidly. The goal of the symposium is to facilitate an interactive engagement between professionals from government and the private sector related to relevant and topical issues affecting this field. This symposium is sponsored by the American Society of Military Engineers. The registration fee is being waived for government employees.
February 12, 2018
EPA is notifying the public that it has issued the guidance memorandum titled "Reclassification of Major Sources as Area Sources Under Section 112 of the Clean Air Act". The EPA is also withdrawing the memorandum titled "Potential to Emit for MACT Standards--Guidance on Timing Issues." Effective on 8 February 2018. POC is Ms. Elineth Torres or Ms. Debra Dalcher, Policy and Strategies Group, Sector Policies and Programs Division (D205-02), Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park, NC 27711, tel: (919) 541-4347 or (919) 541-2443, respectively; and email: torres.elineth@epa.gov or dalcher.debra@epa.gov, respectively (Federal Register; 8 February 2018 [Rules and Regulations], page 5543).
On behalf of the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Wind Energy Technologies Office, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is hosting a 4-hour Distributed Wind Workshop for Federal agencies. When most people think of distributed generation, they think of rooftop solar photovoltaics, but distributed wind systems can also produce electricity for on-site or local consumption. Close to 1 GW of distributed wind has been installed in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands for homes, businesses; military sites; manufacturing plants; and local, state, and Federal facilities. Federal agencies may be unfamiliar with distributed wind in general, its potential applications, the economics of wind projects, and how to deploy distributed wind at Federal sites. This workshop is designed to educate Federal agency stakeholders on those issues.
EPA has issued over 230 policy and guidance documents that help to interpret the Part 70 and 71 permit requirements and are available to view in a sortable index.
This memorandum, dated 25 January 2018, withdraws the "once in always in" policy for the classification of major sources of hazardous air pollutants under section 112 of the Clean Air Act. With the new guidance, sources of hazardous air pollutants previously classified as "major sources" may be reclassified as "area" sources at any time, provided the facility limits its potential to emit below major source thresholds.
February 09, 2018
EPA is amending the Non-Hazardous Secondary Materials regulations, which generally established standards and procedures for identifying whether non-hazardous secondary materials are solid wastes when used as fuels or ingredients in combustion units. In February 2013, the EPA listed particular non-hazardous secondary materials as ``categorical non-waste fuels' provided certain conditions are met. This final rule adds the following other treated railroad ties (OTRT) to the categorical non-waste fuel list: Processed creosote-borate, copper naphthenate and copper naphthenate-borate treated railroad ties, under certain conditions depending on the chemical treatment. This rule is effective 7 February 2018. POC is George Faison, Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery, Materials Recovery and Waste Management Division, MC 5303P, EPA, 1200 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20460; tel: 703-305-7652; email: faison.george@epa.gov.
Recent amendments to TSCA) require EPA to develop a system to assign a ``unique identifier' whenever it approves a Confidential Business Information (CBI) claim for the specific chemical identity of a chemical substance, to apply this unique identifier to other information concerning the same substance, and to ensure that any nonconfidential information received by the Agency identifies the chemical substance using the unique identifier while the specific chemical identity of the chemical substance is protected from disclosure. EPA previously requested comment on approaches for assigning and applying unique identifiers, and has developed an additional approach on which it now requests comment. EPA will accept written comments and materials submitted to the docket on or before 12 March 2018. POC is Jessica Barkas, Environmental Assistance Division, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, EPA, 1200 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20460-0001; tel: (202) 250-8880; email address: barkas.jessica@epa.gov (Federal Register; 8 February 2018 [Notices], pages 5623-5625).
February 08, 2018
There is an ECHO (Enforcement and Compliance History Online) advanced training webinar on February 27, 2018 at 1:30pm EST. During this demonstration, the ECHO team will review the features and data available through the various reports on the site and learn how to access each report through ECHO searches. At the end of the demo there will be time for a question and answer session.
The Draft Inventory is available for public review. EPA requests recommendations for improving the overall quality of the inventory report to be finalized in April 2018, as well as subsequent inventory reports. To ensure comments are considered for the final version of the document, please submit your comments by 9 March 2018 (Federal Register; 7 February 2018 [Notices], page 5422).
Correction to 40 CFR 261.6 as published in the 1 July 2017 version of the Code of Federal Regulations (Federal Register, 7 February 2018 [Rules and Regulations], page 5340).
February 06, 2018
The Cost Effective Upgrades Tool is designed to help identify upgrades and energy conservation measures that can enhance your building's sustainability. Get started by selecting your building size and climate zone. To help with procurement, you can generate reports outlining each upgrade, including its economic benefits. This tool is a part of GSA's SFTool.
EPA and the Department of the Army (``the agencies') are publishing a final rule adding an applicability date to the "Clean Water Rule: Definition of 'Waters of the United States' " published 29 June 2015 of 6 February 2020. This rule is effective on 6 February 2018. POC is Ms. Donna Downing, Office of Water (4504-T), EPA, 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20460; tel: 202-566-2428; email: CWAwotus@epa.gov (Federal Register; 6 February 2018 [Rules and Regulations], pages 5200-5209).
This website is designed to help identify upgrades and energy conservation measures that can enhance your building's sustainability. Get started by selecting your building size and climate zone. To help with procurement, you can generate reports outlining each upgrade, including its economic benefits. This tool is a part of GSA's SFTool.
February 02, 2018
In a 1995 memo, EPA established a "once in always in" policy that determined that any facility subject to major source standards would always remain subject to those standards, even if production processes changed or controls were implemented that eliminated or permanently reduced that facility's potential to emit hazardous air pollutants. Today's memo finds that EPA had no statutory authority under the Clean Air Act to place a time limit on when a facility may be determined to be an area source, and that a plain language reading of the Act must allow facilities to be reclassified as area sources once their potential to emit hazardous air pollutants falls below the levels that define major sources.
Each year the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) sponsors the Federal Energy and Water Management Awards to honor outstanding federal agency achievements in energy, water, and fleet management. Please visit FEMP'sFederal Awards webpage for more information and to download the 2018 Criteria and Guidelines document. All nominations must be submitted into FEMP'sAwards Nomination website by April 26, 2018. FEMP recommends consulting the Agency Coordinator for your parent agency to inquire about any internal agency deadlines that may apply to your nomination, potentially in advance of FEMP's deadline.
February 01, 2018
A bill to cap the emissions of greenhouse gases through a requirement to purchase carbon permits, to distribute the proceeds of such purchases to eligible individuals, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Finance (Congressional Record; 29 January 2018 [Senate], page S549).
This is the second annual report on risk evaluations as required under amended TSCA. The 2018 annual plan identifies the next steps for the first 10 chemical reviews currently underway and describes EPA's work in 2018 to prepare for future risk evaluations. EPA will initiate prioritization for 40 chemicals - at least 20 Low-Priority and 20 High-Priority candidates – by the end of calendar year 2018. By December 22, 2019, EPA will have designated 20 substances as Low-Priority and initiated risk evaluations on 20 High-Priority substances. In order to support these risk evaluations and other key aspects of TSCA implementation, EPA will be proposing a draft TSCA Fees Rule in early 2018 which will provide estimates of the resources required to undertake risk evaluations.
This report is EPA's summary and interpretation of the most recent data on chemical releases and pollution prevention activities at more than 21,000 U.S. industrial facilities. It shows a continued decline in the releases of TRI chemicals through the implementation of pollution reduction activities. In the National Analysis, you'll find local and national data on TRI chemical releases to air, water and land, and information about what companies are doing to prevent these releases. With the reports integrated mapping features, you can take a closer look at this information for specific geographic locations, including your community.
January 31, 2018
This is a revision of the headings in Apprendix A, Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Parts 300 to 399, revised as of July 1, 2017 (Federal Register; 31 January 2018 [Rules and Regulations], pages 4430 - 4431).
This tool combines federal contract data with data about federal suppliers' and contractors' corporate-level sustainability practices. Contracting, procurement, and sustainable acquisition professionals can research existing practices and performance when designing contracting mechanisms to encourage additional cost-effective energy and risk management. Federal suppliers and contractors can benchmark versus peers. Other sustainability professionals and organizational leaders can benchmark existing or planned sustainability programs. Plus, the public can learn how the federal government spends money, and how federal contractors are working to reduce costs, avoid risks, and protect the environment.
The OGP Federal Supplier Energy and Risk Management Tool combines federal contract data with data about federal suppliers' and contractors' corporate-level sustainability practices. Contracting, procurement, and sustainable acquisition professionals can research existing practices and performance when designing contracting mechanisms to encourage additional cost-effective energy and risk management. Federal suppliers and contractors can benchmark versus peers. Other sustainability professionals and organizational leaders can benchmark existing or planned sustainability programs. Plus, the public can learn how the federal government spends money, and how federal contractors are working to reduce costs, avoid risks, and protect the environment.
January 30, 2018
In response to a petition by Defenders of Wildlife, NMFS, has issued a final rule to list the oceanic whitetip shark (Carcharinus lonigmanus) as threatened under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). At this time, NMFS has also concluded that critical habitat is not determinable because data sufficient to perform the required analyses are lacking; however, NMFS is soliciting information on habitat features and areas in U.S. waters that may meet the definition of critical habitat for the oceanic whitetip shark. This final rule is effective 1 March 2018. POC is Chelsey Young, NMFS, Office of Protected Resources, chelsey.young@noaa.gov, 301-427-8491 (Federal Register; 30 January 2018 [Rules and Regulations], pages 4153-4165).
A bill to cap the emissions of greenhouse gases through a requirement to purchase carbon permits, to distribute the proceeds of such purchases to eligible individuals, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Energy and Commerce, and in addition to the Committee on Ways and Means, for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned (Congressional Record; 29 January 2018 [House], page H676).
This EPA webinar will introduce the Storm Water Management Model (SWMM). SWMM is used throughout the world for planning, analysis, and design related to stormwater runoff, combined and sanitary sewers, and other drainage systems in urban areas. There are many applications for drainage systems in non-urban areas as well. SWMM is a dynamic hydrology-hydraulic water quality simulation model. It is used for single event or long-term (continuous) simulation of runoff quantity and quality from primarily urban areas. The runoff component operates on a collection of sub-catchment areas that receive precipitation and generate runoff and pollutant loads. The routing portion transports this runoff through a system of pipes, channels, storage/treatment devices, pumps, and regulators. SWMM tracks the quantity and quality of runoff made within each sub-catchment. It tracks the flow rate, flow depth, and quality of water in each pipe and channel during a simulation period made up of multiple time steps. SWMM 5 has been extended to model the hydrologic performance of specific types of low impact development (LID) controls. Registration is required and is now available.
January 29, 2018
The 2018 conference will include locally relevant topics such as the Chesapeake Bay, the Delaware River watershed, and eastern water law as well as globally significant issues such as coastal resilience, fire effects on watersheds, communication and outreach strategies and integrated water resources.
Planned topics for the conference include: Asset Management Practices; Water Loss Control; Infrastructure Financing; Capital Projects; Tools and Technology for Planning, Management and Operations; Risk and Resiliency; Small Utility Issues; Regional Projects, Issues and Collaboration; Sustainable Infrastructure Design and Construction; Research, Advances and Innovations in Water Infrastructure; Pipeline Design for Extreme Conditions; and Lead Service Line Replacement.)
Sponsored by the Water Environment Federation (WEF), the theme of the conference is "Collections on the Coast - Investing in a Sustainable Future."
Sponsored by The Journal of Solid Waste Technology and Management, this conference addresses issues such as: Use of Wastes in Construction; Composting; Medical Wastes; Construction and Demolition Wastes; Waste to Energy; and Sludge and Wastewater Management.
Sponsored by the Water Environment Federation (WEF), the planned topics are: Biosolids Uses; Integrating Organics into the Wastewater Facility; Regulatory Changes and Impact to Biosolids Management; Biosolids Science and Microconstituents; Pretreatment Technologies; Bioenergy Management; Odors; Sidestream Management and many more.
The conference will feature presentations and posters on the latest in emerging contaminant research, policies, and education. There will be a special session focused on per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs), which includes perfluorooctyl sulfonate (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA). In addition, there will be plenty of opportunities for discussion and networking with those interested in all aspects of emerging contaminants in the aquatic environment.
Hosted by the EPA, this class is based on best management practices (BMP) implemented by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), partnership organizations, federal and state partners, and consultants. Participants will learn how to streamline projects in a legal, technically sound, and cost-effective manner.
January 26, 2018
This action proposes corrections and updates to regulations for source testing of emissions. The proposed rule includes corrections to testing provisions that contain inaccuracies, updates to outdated procedures, and approved alternative procedures that provide testers enhanced flexibility. The revisions will improve the quality of data but will not impose new substantive requirements on source owners or operators. Written comments must be received by 27 March 2018. Mrs. Lula H. Melton, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, Air Quality Assessment Division (E143-02), EPA, Research Triangle Park, NC 27711; tel: 919-541-2910; fax: (919) 541-0516; email: melton.lula@epa.gov (Federal Register; 26 January 2018 [Proposed Rules], pages 3636-3656).
In addition to benchmarking energy and water use in Portfolio Manager, you can measure and track waste & materials generated by your building. Upgrade from the cumbersome spreadsheet you have been using, or get started for the first time, and learn how to use the waste tracking feature.
January 25, 2018
U.S. Navy paid a civil penalty of $94,200 and closed nine large capacity cesspools (LCCs) at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. The Navy had closed six LCCs in 2012, but had failed to close the remaining three in a timely manner. The three remaining cesspools served an estimated 160 people at three separate facilities. The Navy has since closed the non-compliant cesspools.
A bill to extend the period during which vessels that are shorter than 79 feet in length and fishing vessels are not required to have a permit for discharges incidental to the normal operation of the vessel; to the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation (Congressional Record; 23 January 2018 [Senate], page S467).
January 24, 2018
Document includes FY11-FY17 DOE GreenBuy Award winners
The Federal Utility Partnership Working Group (FUPWG) meets twice per year to share success stories, information on Federal Energy Management Program activities and other business.
January 23, 2018
The U.S. FWS has determined the eastern puma (=cougar) (Puma (=Felis) concolor couguar) to be extinct, based on the best available scientific and commercial information. This information shows no evidence of the existence of either an extant reproducing population or any individuals of the eastern puma subspecies; it also is highly unlikely that an eastern puma population could remain undetected since the last confirmed sighting in 1938. Therefore, under the authority of the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (Act), as amended, we remove this subspecies from the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife. This rule is effective 22 February 2018. POC is Martin Miller, Northeast Regional Office, tel: 413-253-8615, or Mark McCollough, Maine Field Office, tel: 207-902-1570 (Federal Register; 23 January 2018 [Rules and Regulations], pages 3086-3099).
To amend the Energy Policy and Conservation Act to exclude power supply circuits, drivers, and devices designed to be connected to, and power, light-emitting diodes or organic light-emitting diodes providing illumination from energy conservation standards for external power supplies. Signed on 12 January 2018. (Public Law 115-115)(Congressional Record; 18 January 2018, [Daily Digest], page D61).
January 22, 2018
Review regulations, standards, guidelines, and related laws relevant to Section 106 review. Discuss issues, problems, and "tricks of the trade," with an emphasis on ways to employ creativity and flexibility to reduce complexity and improve effectiveness. This course is offered by the National Preservation Institute.
Become familiar with principles and methods for curation and management of archaeological collections. Topics will include responsibilities under federal regulations (36 CFR Part 79), archaeological standards, collections policies, costs of curation, storage facilities, proper housing of collections, archaeological laboratory procedures, cataloguing systems, and educating the public with archaeological collections. This course is offered by the National Preservation Institute.
Review the role of conservation in the field and in the laboratory for archaeological projects. Discuss planning and preparation for the care of excavated materials. Learn about the condition of materials upon excavation and "first aid" packing and transport methods for artifacts from both dry and waterlogged contexts. Examine artifact preservation and methods to facilitate interpretation. Learn how to perform simple stabilization techniques such as dewatering waterlogged bone, removing chlorides from objects, and consolidating highly degraded glass, as well as exploring tips for mending vessels. This course is offered by the National Preservation Institute.
Review the federal laws intended to preserve Native American heritage through the protection of cultural practices and sacred lands. Examine the use of statutes as tools to manage tangible and intangible cultural property. Discuss government-to-government obligations, court decisions, and case studies to illustrate federal policies and practice. Consider the legal, cultural, and historical perspectives resulting from decisions affecting Native American cultural property. Learn how the consultation process enables tribes, federal entities, and other parties to achieve resolution. This course is offered by the National Preservation Institute.
In this introduction to the basics of cultural landscapes, learn about designed, vernacular, and ethnographic landscapes, and historic sites. Review applicable laws and regulations, and discuss how to identify and inventory character-defining features of a landscape. Explore the concepts of preservation planning and documentation, and the development of the cultural landscape report for use in managing historic and cultural landscapes. Case studies illustrate realistic approaches to effective landscape management and preservation. This course is offered by the National Preservation Institute.
In this advanced landscape preservation seminar, explore the sometimes conflicting issues that direct the process of change and decision making for challenging landscapes. Review the practice and discuss the implications of inventorying, evaluating, treating, and maintaining landscape resources. Identify tools and techniques for managing change when difficult issues affect the process. Understand the philosophical foundations for making sound, educated decisions about the preservation and long-term management of historic and cultural landscapes. This course is offered by the National Preservation Institute.
The Southern Review of Legislative & Regulatory Actions, published by the U.S. Army's Regional Environmental and Energy Office--Southern (REEO-S), is designed to provide current information to environmental decision makers, planners, and program managers regarding environmental actions and events throughout Federal EPA Region 4 (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee). Information listed may be relevant to the U.S. Army and other Military Services' activities and operations. See attached.
This FEMP website reflects Federal energy and water consumption data and includes links to GHG inventory data, energy use and cost, water use consumption data, and Agency progress on metering goals.
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