|Goals for Agencies
|Energy Intensity Reductions
||Reduce energy intensity by 3% annually or 30% by end of FY 2015, begin reduction in FY 2007, relative to the baseline of the agency's energy use in fiscal year 2003.
||P. 12 "Energy Intensity Reductions,"
P. 13 "Energy Efficient Stand by Power Devices" for further guidance.
||Ensure that at least half of the statutorily required renewable energy consumed by the agency in a fiscal year comes from new renewable sources, and to the extent feasible, the agency implements renewable energy generation projects on agency property for agency use.
||P. 12 "Department of Energy Guidance" - DOE will provide further guidance.
P. 12 "Energy and Water Management Strategies and Tools"
|Water Consumption Intensity
||beginning in FY 2008, reduce water consumption intensity, relative to the baseline of the agency's water consumption in fiscal year 2007, through life-cycle cost-effective measures by 2 percent annually through the end of FY 2015 of 16 percent by the end of FY 2015.
||P. 12 "Energy and Water Management Strategies and Tools"
P. 14 "retention of Funds" - DOE will provide further guidance.
||Require in agency acquisitions of goods and services use of sustainable environmental practices, including acquisition of biobased, environmentally preferable, energy-efficient, water-efficient, and recycled-content products, and use of paper of at least 30 percent post-consumer fiber content
||P. 15-16 "Sustainable Acquisition" Section for further guidance.
|Management of Toxic and Hazardous Materials
||Ensure that the agency reduces the quantity of toxic and hazardous chemicals and materials acquired, used, or disposed of by the agency, increases diversion of solid waste as appropriate, and maintains cost-effective waste prevention and recycling programs in its facilities.
||4/24/2007- FEE Solid Waste- Submit diversion Goals to be achieved by Dec. 31, 2010. Implementing Instructions P. 18;
1/24/2008 Prevention of Pollution and Management of Toxic and Hazardous Materials- Written Goals and support actions. Implementing instructions P. 17
|P.17-19 "Pollution Prevention, Management of Toxic and Hazardous Materials and Recycling".|
|Sustainable Design/High Performance Buildings
||Ensure that new construction and major renovation of agency buildings comply with the Guiding Principles for Federal Leadership in High Performance and Sustainable Buildings set forth in the Federal Leadership in High Performance and Sustainable Buildings Memorandum of Understanding (2006), and 15 percent of the existing Federal capital asset building inventory of the agency as of the end of FY 2015 incorporates the sustainable practices in the Guiding Principles.
||7/1/2007- Facilities and Renovations Projects- submit plan to implement EO goals. Implementing Instructions P. 21;
1/1/2008 submit addendum addressing existing facilities. Implementing Instructions P. 21
|P.20-22 "Sustainable Design/High Performance Building".
||Ensure that, if the agency operates a fleet of at least 20 motor vehicles, the agency, relative to agency baselines for fiscal year 2005, reduces the fleet's total consumption of petroleum products by 2 percent annually through the end of FY 2015, increases the total fuel consumption that is non-petroleum-based by 10 percent annually, and uses plug-in hybrid (PIH) vehicles when PIH vehicles are commercially available at a cost reasonably comparable, on the basis of life-cycle cost, to non-PIH vehicles.
||12/31/2007- Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs)- First annual submission of compliance data. Implementing Instructions P. 24
||P. 23-25 "Fleet Management"
||Ensure that the agency when acquiring an electronic product to meet its requirements, meets at least 95 percent of those requirements with an Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT)-registered electronic product, unless there is no EPEAT standard for such product, enables the Energy Star feature on agency computers and monitors, establishes and implements policies to extend the useful life of agency electronic equipment, and uses environmentally sound practices with respect to disposition of agency electronic equipment that has reached the end of its useful life.
||5/1/2007- Electronics Stewardship- Agency implementation plan due. Implementing Instructions P. 27
||P. 26-28 "Electronics Stewardship"
|Duties of Heads of Agencies
|Miscellaneous Agency Programs
Establish within the agency programs for environmental management training, environmental compliance review and audit, and leadership awards to recognize outstanding environmental, energy, or transportation management performance in the agency.
|P. 3 "Overarching Policy and Directives", P.11 "Training"
|Environmental management Systems
||Implement within the agency environmental management systems (EMS) at all appropriate organizational levels to ensure use of EMS as the primary management approach for addressing environmental aspects of internal agency operations and activities, including environmental aspects of energy and transportation functions, establishment of agency objectives and targets to ensure implementation of this order, and collection, analysis, and reporting of information to measure performance in the implementation of this order.
||P. 2,7, 8 "Environmental Management Systems"
||Implement within the agency sustainable practices for energy efficiency, greenhouse gas emissions avoidance or reduction, and petroleum products use reduction, renewable energy, including bioenergy, water conservation, acquisition, pollution and waste prevention and recycling, reduction or elimination of acquisition and use of toxic or hazardous chemicals, high performance construction, lease, operation, and maintenance of buildings, vehicle fleet management, and electronic equipment management.
||P. 2-3 "Sustainable Practices"
||Within 30 days after the date of this order designate a senior civilian officer of the United States, compensated annually in an amount at or above the amount payable at level IV of the Executive Schedule, to be responsible for implementation of this order within the agency, report such designation to the Director of the Office of Management and Budget and the Chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality, and assign the designated official the authority and duty to (A) monitor and report to the head of the agency on agency activities to carry out subsections and (b) of this section, and (B) perform such other duties relating to the implementation of this order within the agency as the head of the agency deems appropriate.
||Due 30 days from issuance of Executive Order
||Sustainable Acquisition; Pollution Prevention, Management of Toxic and Hazardous Materials and Recycling; Sustainable Design/High Performance Building; Fleet Management; and Electronics Stewardship sections.
|Contract and Agreements
||Ensure that contracts entered into after the date of this order for contractor operation of government-owned facilities or vehicles require the contractor to comply with the provisions of this order with respect to such facilities or vehicles to the same extent as the agency would be required to comply if the agency operated the facilities or vehicles; Ensure that agreements, permits, leases, licenses, or other legally-binding obligations between the agency and a tenant or concessionaire entered into after the date of this order require, to the extent the head of the agency determines appropriate, that the tenant or concessionaire take actions relating to matters within the scope of the contract that facilitate the agency's compliance with this order.|
|Reporting||Provide reports on agency implementation of this order to the Chairman of the Council on such schedule and in such format as the Chairman of the Council may require; and provide information and assistance to the Director of the Office of Management and Budget, the Chairman of the Council, and the Federal Environmental Executive.
||1/15/2009 Reporting- First annual report to CEQ on Executive Order Compliance. Implementing instructions P.10
||P. 10 "Reporting"