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09/03/2008GRANT PROCESS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF RATING AND CERTIFICATION PROGRAM TO INCREASE USE OF RECYCLED MATERIALS IN TRANSPORTATION CONSTRUCTIONMemo
 Description: EPA grant process is evaluated to determine if it: (1) is unique or innovative, (2) has been independently originated and developed by the applicant, (3) was prepared without government supervision, endorsement, direction or direct government involvement, and (4) does not resemble the substance of a pending or contemplated competitive announcement.
 
06/03/2008Study on Increasing the Usage of Recovered Mineral Components in Federally Funded Projects Involving Procurement of Cement or Concrete to Address the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users; Report to CongressPublication
 Description: This report to Congress contains EPA’s analysis of the information addressed in the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU). SAFETEA-LU directs EPA to conduct a study to determine the extent to which procurement requirements, when fully implemented, may realize energy savings and environmental benefits attainable with substitution of recovered mineral components in cement used in cement or concrete projects.
 
10/01/20072007 Buy-Recycled Series: Construction ProductsPublication
 Description: The 2007 Buy-Recycled Series discusses the Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines and Recovered Materials Advisory Notices. This fact sheet provides a table listing EPA's recommended recovered material content levels for the purchase of specific construction products and includes sources for additional information.
 
10/01/20072007 Buy-Recycled Series: Landscaping ProductsPublication
 Description: The 2007 Buy-Recycled Series discusses the Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines and Recovered Materials Advisory Notices. This fact sheet provides a table listing EPA's recommended recovered material content levels for the purchase of specific landscaping products and includes sources for additional information.
 
10/01/20072007 Buy-Recycled Series: Miscellaneous ProductsPublication
 Description: The 2007 Buy-Recycled Series discusses the Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines and Recovered Materials Advisory Notices. This fact sheet provides a table listing EPA's recommended recovered material content levels for the purchase of specific miscellaneous products, including awards and plaques, bike racks, blasting grit, industrial drums, mats, pallets, signage, sorbents, and manual-grade strapping. The fact sheet also includes sources for additional information.
 
10/01/20072007 Buy-Recycled Series: Nonpaper Office ProductsPublication
 Description: The 2007 Buy-Recycled Series discusses the Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines and Recovered Materials Advisory Notices. This fact sheet provides a table listing EPA's recommended recovered material content levels for the purchase of specific nonpaper office products and includes sources for additional information.
 
10/01/20072007 Buy-Recycled Series: Paper ProductsPublication
 Description: The 2007 Buy-Recycled Series discusses the Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (CPG) and Recovered Materials Advisory Notices. This fact sheet provides a table listing EPA's recommended recovered material content levels for the purchase of specific paper products and includes sources for additional information.
 
10/01/20072007 Buy-Recycled Series: Park and Recreation ProductsPublication
 Description: The 2007 Buy-Recycled Series discusses the Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines and Recovered Materials Advisory Notices. This fact sheet provides a table listing EPA's recommended recovered material content levels for the purchase of specific park and recreation products and includes sources for additional information.
 
10/01/20072007 Buy-Recycled Series: Transportation ProductsPublication
 Description: The 2007 Buy-Recycled Series discusses the Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines and Recovered Materials Advisory Notices. This fact sheet provides a table listing EPA's recommended recovered material content levels for the purchase of specific transportation products and includes sources for additional information.
 
10/01/20072007 Buy-Recycled Series: Vehicular ProductsPublication
 Description: The 2007 Buy-Recycled Series discusses the Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines and Recovered Materials Advisory Notices. This fact sheet provides a table listing EPA's recommended recovered material content levels for the purchase of specific vehicular products and includes sources for additional information.
 
10/01/2007EPA Comprehensive Procurement Guideline ProgramPublication
 Description: This document discusses the EPA Comprehensive Procurement Guideline (CPG) Program, including the RCRA requirements for purchasing recycled products, the CPG categories and designated items, programs for purchasing recycled products, and resources for additional information.
 
07/15/2004PROPOSED DESIGNATION OF BIOSOLIDS COMPOST IN THE COMPREHENSIVE PROCUREMENT GUIDELINES V (CPG V)Memo
 Description: The proposed designation of compost in CPG V does not rename biosolids or sewage sludge as compost or revise the 40 CFR Part 503 Biosolids Rule. Products designated in the CPG are items that federal and other agencies using appropriated federal funds must buy containing recycled content. The guidelines do not pose any requirements on private entities, including organic farmers. The CPG requires agencies to buy compost, identifies the composted materials they should consider, and recommends specific applications for its use. CPG V proposes to add compost made from biosolids and manure to the existing compost designation for yard and food wastes and consolidate all compost designations under one item called “compost made from recovered organic materials”. CPG V would also revise the previous CPG definition of compost.
 
04/06/2004FEDERAL GOVERNMENT PURCHASING OF RECYCLED CONTENT PAINTMemo
 Description: EPA issues guidelines for the government procurement of products containing recovered materials, called Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (CPG). The guidelines identify and designate recycled products and provide reccomendations to the procuring agencies for purchasing items. The procuring agencies are required to buy the items with the highest precentage of recovered materials practicable. Reprocessed and consolidated latex paint has been designated.
 
12/01/2003New Item Proposed for Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (Fact Sheet)Publication
 Description: This fact sheet discusses the proposed CPG V and Recovered Materials Advisory Notice (RMAN) V. CPG V would revise the current compost designation to include compost made from manure or biosolids, and designate one new item, fertilizers made from recovered organic materials. In addition, EPA proposed to consolidate all compost designations under one item, compost made from recovered organic materials. RMAN V provides guidance to procuring agencies for purchasing compost and fertilizers made from recovered organic materials.
 
12/17/2002STATE COMPLIANCE WITH PROCUREMENT GUIDELINESQuestion & Answer
 Description: EPA does not require the use of straw as vegetative cover in highway construction. EPA promotes the use of hydraulic mulch and thus designated it in the Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (CPG). Procuring agencies must develop affirmative procurement programs for purchasing designated items containing recovered material. "Procuring agency" includes all federal agencies, any state and local government agencies that use federal funds to purchase designated items, and their contractors. Procuring requirements apply if a procuring agency is purchasing $10,000 or more of a designated item or purchased $10,000 or more of the item or functionally equivalent items in the preceding fiscal year. RCRA 6002 requirements apply to both direct procurements and indirect federal aid programs. Specific circumstances exist that might preclude the purchase of products made with recovered materials. A procuring agency must modify its program to require the purchase of a designated item, unless it provides written justification. The Office of the Federal Environmental Executive (OFEE) enforces both RCRA 6002 and Executive Order (EO) 13101.
 
09/14/2001PURCHASE OF RETREAD TIRESMemo
 Description: EPA promotes the use of recycled-content products through Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (CPG) for federal procurement of products containing recovered materials. Although EPA issues the CPG, the Federal Environmental Executive (FEE), head of the White House Task Force on Recycling, bears the responsibility for ensuring that federal agencies implement the guidelines. The White House Task Force on Recycling is working with the Department of Defense to develop standard specifications and quality controls for retread tires.
 
01/19/2001SCIENCE ADVISORY BOARD RECOMMENDATIONS TO PROMOTE INCREASED WASTE UTILIZATIONMemo
 Description: This memo contains the OSWER response to Science Advisory Board (SAB) recommendations on overcoming barriers to waste utilization. OSW has amended the definition of solid waste and hazardous waste recycling requirements several times to encourage recovery. OSW has studied cement kiln dust (CKD) and fossil fuel combustion waste utilization. OSW and the Office of Research and Development (ORD) have developed an environmental fate and transport model called the 3MRA Model for estimating "exit levels" for waste. OSW has designated items containing recovered materials in the Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (CPG) and supported the Extended Product Responsibility (EPR) and the Jobs Through Recycling (JTR) programs. EPA supports the development of guidance manuals on waste utilization and innovative technology development programs for the large-scale utilization of waste materials.
 
12/28/2000USE OF RECYCLED GUARDRAILS AND GUARDRAIL POSTSMemo
 Description: The Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (CPG) program (RCRA 6002) and Executive Order 13101, Greening the Government Through Waste Prevention, Recycling, and Federal Acquisition, require government agencies to purchase recycled-content and other environmentally-preferable products. EPA has not designated guardrails in CPG.
 
09/12/2000RECYCLING OF SCRAP TIRESMemo
 Description: EPA does not require recycling of scrap tires. EPA encourages reuse and recycling of scrap tires by providing information on markets for these materials and by encouraging the purchase of products with recycled content. Approximately 270 million scrap tires are generated per year in United States.
 
01/12/2000PRODUCTS CONTAINING CENOSPHERES FOR DESIGNATION UNDER COMPREHENSIVE PROCUREMENT GUIDELINES PROGRAMMemo
 Description: EPA is currently evaluating products that contain cenospheres for designation under the Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (CPG) program (RCRA 6002). RCRA and Executive Order 13101 require EPA to issue guidelines for federal procurement of products containing recovered materials.
 
01/01/2000Consolidated Recovered Materials Advisory Notice (RMAN) For The Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (CPG)Publication
 Description: This document represents a compilation of the five Recovered Materials Advisory Notices (RMAN) published by the EPA to date. EPA's Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (CPG) designates recycled content products that government agencies should buy. EPA publishes purchasing guidelines and recommendations for recycled content levels in the RMANs that accompany each CPG, and updates its guidance annually.
 
12/17/1999GENERATION AND RECYCLING OF ROCKWOOLMemo
 Description: EPA does not have figures on the exact amount of rockwool generated or recycled in the United States each year. EPA has designated rockwool insulation as a recycled product under the Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (CPG) program (RCRA 6002). Executive Order 13101, Greening the Government Through Waste Prevention, Recycling, and Federal Acquisition reaffirms the government’s commitment to purchase recycled and other environmentally-preferable products.
 
12/13/1999OFFICE FURNITURE PRODUCED FROM RECYCLED PAPER PRODUCTSMemo
 Description: EPA is currently evaluating office furniture for designation under the Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (CPG) program (RCRA 6002).
 
09/01/1999Background Document For The Final Comprehensive Procurement Guidleines (CPG) III and Final Recovered Materials Advisory Notice (RMAN) IIIPublication
 Description: This document provides a comprehensive summary of all the supporting analyses used by EPA to issue the final CPG III and the final RMAN III. The document explains EPA's overall objectives, the process for designating procurement items, and the methodology used in recommending recovered materials content levels for those items designated in the CPG III.
 
08/18/1999PAPER PRODUCTS FROM AGRICULTURAL OR BIO-BASED WASTESMemo
 Description: President Clinton continues to support recycling and the use of bio-based products and energy through initiatives such as the federal procurement program and a new Executive Order entitled “Developing and Promoting Bio-based Products and Energy”.
 
08/17/1999ADMINISTRATION POLICIES ON RECYCLING MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTEMemo
 Description: President Clinton supports recycling through programs such as the federal procurement program (Executive Order 13101), including the appointment of a Federal Environmental Executive (FEE), and the White House recycling program. EPA’s recycling efforts include the WasteWi$e program, Jobs Through Recycling, and cooperation with government and industry groups and associations.
 
07/14/1999BENEFICIAL UTILIZATION OF COAL ASHMemo
 Description: EPA’s tentative position that coal combustion wastes may not warrant hazardous waste regulation. EPA encourages the beneficial use of coal combustion materials under the procurement program. EPA is considering state oversight of agricultural applications and mine placement of coal ash as a possible alternative to federal oversight (SEE ALSO: 64 FR 22820; 4/28/99). Discusses possible extension of the six-month schedule for completion of the regulatory determination.
 
07/14/1999Economic Impact Analysis for the final Comprehensive Procurement Guideline III (CPG III)Publication
 Description: This document provides the Economic Impact Analysis for the proposed Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (CPG) III. It reviews the following areas: EPA analytical requirements under EO 12866, EPA requirements under Unfunded Mandates Reform Act of 1995, background information on the regulations governing CPG, CPG II, and CPG III, general provisions of CPG III, summary of benefits, summary of costs, universe of entities affected by the rule, cost analysis methodology, discussion of price differential between recycled and virgin products, Regulatory Flexibility Analysis, and limitations of the analysis.
 
07/01/1998Background Document for Proposed Comprehensive Procurement Guideline (CPG) III and Draft Recovered Materials Advisory Notice (RMAN) IIIPublication
 Description: This document provides background information about the item designation categories and the criteria for selecting items for designation. It also includes detailed information about the products, including construction, parks and recreation, landscaping, non-paper and miscellaneous products.
 
11/01/1997Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Expands Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (CPG)Publication
 Description: Announces the 12 newly designated items under the Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines. Items include reprocessed latex paint, shower and restroom partitions, channelizers, delineators, flexible delineators, parking stops, plastic fencing, garden and soaker hoses, lawn and garden edging, plastic envelopes, printer ribbons, and pallets.
 
12/09/1996Recyclable and Compostable ClaimsMemo
 Description: EPA opposes unqualified claims of "recyclability" and "compostability". The principles of the Federal Trade Commission's "Guide for the Use of Environmental Marketing Claims" from July 1992 should be maintained. Messages such as "glass recycles" and "please recycle" found on beverage containers accompanied by the chasing arrows symbol are deceptive. EPA is concerned about resin codes not effectively identifying all the different types of plastic resins. Reused or reconditioned parts would more likely meet the RCRA defintion of source reduction than recycling. Reconditioned parts would meet the RCRA definition of recovered material for the purposes of RCRA 6002.
 
06/01/1996Reusable News (June/July 1996)Publication
 Description: This issue of Reusable News includes articles on EPA's updated Paper Products Recovered Materials Advisory Notice; the first ever Northeast Recycling Investment Forum; the Recyclables Exchange now available on the Internet for buyers and sellers of recovered materials; and the 1996 Build America Beautiful Awards, a program established by the National Association of Home Builders to help encourage builders to reduce, reuse, and recycle.
 
06/01/1995Reusable News (Summer/Fall 1995)Publication
 Description: This issue of Reusable News features the Chicago Board of Trades' Recycling Exchange program to link buyers and sellers of recyclables nationwide on an electronic bulletin board. Also included in this issue are a report on the issuance of the final Comprehensive Guideline for Procurement of Products Containing Recovered Materials (CPG) and the Recovered Materials Advisory Notice (RMAN), an update on EPA's Paperless Office Campaign, and information on EPA's satellite videoconference on unit-pricing and full cost accounting.
 
04/15/1995Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Issues Comprehensive Procurement GuidelinesPublication
 Description: This fact sheet announces EPA's Comprehensive Guideline for Procurement of Products Containing Recovered Materials and the Recovered Materials Advisory Notice. The fact sheet lists the 24 recycled-content products in seven product categories for which government procuring agencies need to develop affirmative procurement programs and describes a successful affirmative procurement program, including the preference program; promotion program; estimation, certification, and verification program; and procedures to monitor and review the procurement program.
 
03/01/1995Reusable News (Spring 1995)Publication
 Description: This issue of Reusable News focuses on household hazardous waste, and also includes articles on McDonald's ""buy recycled"" campaign and waste reduction efforts, paper procurement guidelines, plastics recycling, and life-cycle analysis.
 
04/01/1994Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Proposes Comprehensive Procurement GuidelinesPublication
 Description: Announces EPA's proposed Comprehensive Guideline for Procurement of Products Containing Recovered Materials and the Recovered Materials Advisory Notice.
 
06/01/1993Reusable News (Summer/Fall 1993)Publication
 Description: This issue of Reusable News describes how recycling offers opportunities for economic development. It also includes articles about grocery store composting, paper procurement guidelines, household hazardous waste conference, bottle deposit systems, degradable ring rule, extension of small landfills, Trashasaurus Rex, and international packaging legislation.
 
03/01/1992Reusable News (Spring 1992)Publication
 Description: This issue of Reusable News features a cover story on how recycling helps the homeless to a better life. It also includes articles about waste prevention successes, McDonald's waste reduction program, how the Keep America Beautiful handbook promotes waste prevention and recycling, the increase in household hazardous waste collection programs by over 70 percent, and a Midwest conference that looks at procurement of recycled goods.
 
01/15/1992Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Guideline for Purchasing Cement and Concrete Containing Fly AshPublication
 Description: This fact sheet discusses EPA guidelines that recommend the incorporation of coal fly ash in cement and concrete in specific ratios to ensure workability, strength, and durability.
 
06/15/1991Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Guideline for Purchasing Building Insulation Containing Recovered MaterialsPublication
 Description: This fact sheet discusses EPA guidelines that recommend that procuring agencies use minimum content standards for the amount of recovered materials in insulation products. An EPA standards table is included.
 
06/15/1991Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Guideline for Purchasing Paper and Paper ProductsPublication
 Description: This fact sheet discusses EPA guidelines that recommend that procuring agencies review paper specifications to remove subtle barriers for purchasing paper containing recovered materials. Minimum standards tables are included.
 
06/15/1991Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Guideline for Purchasing Re-Refined Lubricating OilPublication
 Description: This fact sheet discusses EPA guidelines that recommend that procuring agents not require lubricating oils containing re-refined oil meet any performance standard higher than that required of virgin lubricating oil. It also includes American Petroleum Institute (API) and military specifications.
 
06/15/1991Environmental Fact Sheet: EPA Guideline for Purchasing Retread TiresPublication
 Description: This fact sheet discusses EPA guidelines for purchasing retread tires, and covers recommended retread preference, obtaining retreading services, purchasing retread tires, federal regulation of retread tires, and principal federal procuring agencies.
 
12/15/1990Procurement Guidelines for Government AgenciesPublication
 Description: This document discusses five different guidelines that cover specific items: paper and paper products, lubricating oils, retread tires, building insulation products, and cement and concrete containing fly ash. The document includes guidelines, section requirements, and enforcement information.
 
09/01/1990Reusable News (Fall 1990)Publication
 Description: This issue of Reusable News requests public comment on paper procurement issues in the cover story. It also includes articles about three new tools for municipal solid waste managers, an order that boosts contractor use of recycled paper, a look at unit recycling, and how youths learn crime doesn't pay but recycling does.
 
06/01/1990Reusable News (Summer 1990)Publication
 Description: This issue of Reusable News presents the characterization of the municipal solid waste stream in the cover story. It also includes articles about how the Penn State University government finds that recycling works, Rhode Island businesses become more efficient, direct marketing association responds to environmental concerns, Colorado's cooperative venture boosts recycled paper procurement, and an EPA program that rewards recyclers.
 
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