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					  Wor king Toge the r for Succe ss
2011 SBO/SBEAP Awa r ds Ce r e mony
           Ma y 4, 2011
         2011 Awards Subcommittee

   Sara Johnson, Region 1
   Edward Bakos, Region 2
   Patti Johnson, Region 3
   Phyllis Copeland, Region 4
   Jean Beckwith, Region 5
   Nancy Larson, Region 7
   Liz Sapio, Region 8
   Patrick Hoermann, Region 10
   Angela Suber, EPA
   Audrey Zelanko, Small Biz Home Page
           Award Categories
Small Business Environmental Assistance Program Award



  Small Business Environmental Stewardship Award


   Trade Association Environmental Leadership Award
       2011
TRADE ASSOCIATION
  ENVIRONMENTAL
LEADERSHIP AWARD
        Purpose

“ ..to foster greater implementation of
green practices among automotive repair
facilities and to recognize those facilities
that implement such measures.”
              Collaboration
   Partnership between:
       New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers (NJCAR)
       New Jersey Gasoline C-Store Automotive Association (NJGCA)
       Alliance of Automotive Service Providers (AASP)


   In collaboration with:
       NJ Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
           Goals

•   To promote “green” practices by automotive
    repair facilities in an effort to minimize their
    impact on the environment.

•   To offer the repair shops specific ways to adopt
    green business practices that will conserve New
    Jersey’s resources and reduce their carbon
    footprint.
        Goals
• Us in g a qu es tio n n aire , s h o ps iden tif y
 o ppo rtu n ities f o r s o u rc e redu c tio n , in -
 pro c es s rec yc lin g, h azardo u s m ateria l
 s u bs titu tio n an d res o u rc e c o n s ervatio n
 at au to repair s h o ps

•A  s c o re o f m o re th an 3 0 0 po in ts o n th e
 qu es tio n n aire earn s th e s h o p a “ G reen
 C ertif ic atio n ” af ter a verif ic ati o n s ite
 vis it
             Certification Process
   The committee developed an 88-point checklist that auto
    repair facilities can implement to become more
    environmentally responsible

   The checklist includes items such as:
       Pollution prevention measures
       Resource conservation measures
       Waste fluids management
       Energy and water conservation
       Waste water reduction
       Recycling practices
       Customers and worker protection at the facility
        Program expansion…………

   Added autobody shops to the program with
    the development of a new questionnaire.

   Results - questionnaire guides shops toward
    the reduction and elimination of hazardous
    wastes, it promotes reuse of automotive
    fluids, encourages reprocessing of batteries,
    energy conservation, water conservation,
    recycling and participation in energy audits.
            Earning Green By Going Green

   Recycling Practices
       Scrap metal @ 12,000 lbs/ year x $.70 = $8,400
       Batteries @ 360/ year x $4.00 =                $1,440
       Used Oil (6,000 changes/ year x 5 quarts =
        7,500 gallons x $.50 (average) =               $3,750
       Catalytic converters @ 120/ year x $30.00 =    $3,600

    Gross profit from recycling four (4) items above =


                           $17,190
                    Saving Green By Going Green


   Aerosol brake cleaner vs. refillable spray bottles-   $1,100
   Efficient lighting and controls-                      $4,200
   On-demand hot water-                                  $2,000
   HVAC total estimated savings-                         $9,600
        Natural gas heating
        Insulate and wrap all duct work
        Properly set and seasonally adjusted controls
        Tinted windows

              Annual savings from four (4) green practices =

                                        $16,900
      2011 Trade A ssociatio n
E nvironm enta l Leadershi p Aw ard
       2011
TRADE ASSOCIATION
  ENVIRONMENTAL
LEADERSHIP AWARD
          Leadership roles
         representative Tennessee’s first
• Industry
 Compliance Advisory Panel (CAP)

• Regional   IV National CAP representative

      association to achieve partner level in the TN
• First
 Pollution Prevention Partnership
Partnership Opportunity……………………………
Low Impact Development construction techniques.
Demonstration project: pervious
concrete for a canoe launch
           2 0 1 1 T rade A s s o c iatio n
      E n viro n m en tal Leaders h ip A ward


Tennessee Concrete Association
2011 SMALL BUSINESS
  ENVIRONMENTAL
ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
       AWARD
      At the national level………

•   Created and supports a       survey to
    help SBEAPs gather            customer
    satisfaction data. Results   from that
    survey are shared with       any state
    with responses.
          At the state level…………

 the   Project Lead Region 5 Autobody ERP

 GasolineDistribution Compliance
 Calendar that captures EPA as well as
 two state rules
   2011 Small Business Environmental
       Assistance Program Award




Wisconsin Small Business
  Clean Air Assistance
       Program
2011 SMALL BUSINESS
  ENVIRONMENTAL
   STEWARDSHIP
      AWARD
    Recycling and beyond……..

Yard debris
Shingles
Construction and Demolition Debris
     Benefits/Savings since
     2008……………
62K tons of shingles/construction/demolition
debris diverted from the landfill

75% recovery rate on construction and
deconstruction projects

60K cubic yards of compost produced annually
2011 Small Business Environmental
Stewardship Award




2ND SEASON RECYCLING
    MIDDLETON, WI

				
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