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Green Procurement Plan - Part B - Scorecard for Building Maintenance Services - Elevator

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Green: Mandatory specification or fully implemented initiative.
Yellow: Optional specification or partially implemented initiative.
Red: Identified as a potential specification or initiative. Not yet incorporated into GoC procurement.

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INITIATIVES:   N/A  
Proposed Standard Environmental Considerations for all Services Contracts
GoC Commitment to Green Procurement
Standard paragraph stating commitment to integrating environmental considerations into GoC procurement
Red
 
Green
Reports and billing
Invoices and correspondence to be sent and processed electronically
Yellow
 
Green
Use of electronic signatures, where client capacity to accept them exists, to reduce paper consumption
Red
 
Green
Draft reports are sent electronically
Yellow
 
Green
Limitations on number of hard copies of documents provided
Yellow
 
Green
Paper is certified as originating from a sustainably managed forest and/or has a minimum of 30% recycled content
Red
 
Green
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND CRITERIA
I. Supplier environmental attributes
General:
ISO 14000 certification
Red
 
Green
LEED Certification
Yellow
 
Green
LEED Accredited Professional AP
Red
 
Green
Environmental management policies and practices
Red
 
Green
Regular completion of waste audits
Yellow
 
Green
Sound waste disposal programs
Green
 
Green
Travel policy includes environmental considerations.
Red
 
Yellow
Action programs in place to address major environmental impacts associated with service delivery
Red
 
Green
Environmental action plans and performance measurement programs in suppliers' general operations
Red
 
Green
Voluntary environmental initiatives or community-based environmental projects
Red
 
Green
Cleaning Services
Energy efficiency measures, such as use of EnergySTAR equipment
Yellow
 
Green
Selection of cleaning products with reduced hazardous chemicals
Green
 
Green
Implementation of processes that minimize chemical consumption and waste
Green
 
Green
Solvents and thinners used as cleaning materials should be environmentally preferable
Yellow
 
Green
II. Supplier Operations When Delivering Service (Specific to Service)
General:
Eco-labels that indicate certification of supplier processes as environmentally preferable
Red
 
Green
Policies minimizing travel during service delivery
Red
 
Green
Administrative practices that result in reduced paper use
Green
 
Green
III. Specifications Relating to Goods and Equipment Used in Service Delivery
General:
Consider Eco-labels that indicate certification of goods and/or equipment as being environmentally preferable
Red
 
Green
Include Environmental features of consumables used in the delivery of services
Red
 
Green
Include Environmental features of equipment used during delivery of service
Red
 
Green
Use of vegetable-based fluids instead of standard hydraulic elevator oil
Red
 
Yellow
Installing products that decrease energy consumption
Yellow
 
Green
Eco-logo certification for Fan/lights; Paints; Sealant and Caulking Compounds; Adhesives; Acoustical Products
Yellow
 
Green
Installing destination-based dispatching software
Red
 
Yellow
Installing car light/fan saving mode
Yellow
 
Green
Stand by for signalisation
Yellow
 
Green
Corridor illumination control
Red
 
Green
Vehicles used for Personnel Transportation and/or Delivery
Powered by low emissions fuels
Red
 
Green
Fuels consumed should be environmentally preferable
Red
 
Green
Packaging
Minimization of packaging
Red
 
Green
Recycled content in packaging
Red
 
Green
Reuse of packaging, where possible
Red
 
Green
Provision of take-back program for packaging
Red
 
Green
Recyclability and separability of packaging, including labeling of plastics
Red
 
Green
Reduction/elimination of intentionally added toxics in packaging
Red
 
Green