High Intensity Fluorescent (HIF) Interior Lighting Orion Energy Systems High intensity fluorescent (HIF) light fixtures replace notoriously inefficient HID light fixtures. HIF consumes half the elctricity compared to HID, so electrical cocsts are cut in half! Model or ID numbers: CM6HP MasterFormat Number(s): 26 51 13 Manufacturer: Orion Energy Systems 2001 Mirro Drive Manitowoc, WI 54220 firstname.lastname@example.org www.oriones.com/ (877)204-7540(main) Distribution Channels: Distributor(/Representative) Product Details 2.1 SUSTAINABLE STANDARDS AND CERTIFICATIONS 2.1.1 Third Party Certification - Whole Product Sustainability Env. Preferable Products Certifying Organization: Scientific Certification Systems, Inc. (SCS) Level: -Certification Number: -Activation Date: -Length of Term: -Sustainable Choice Certifying Organization: Scientific Certification Systems, Inc. (SCS) Level: -Certification Number: -Activation Date: -Length of Term: -2.1.5 Second Party Certification Program - Whole Product Sustainability Cradle-to-Cradle Certifying Organization: MBDC Level: -Certification (or Standard*) Number: -Activation (or Test*) Date: -Testing Organization*: -Length of Term: -SMaRT Certifying Organization: MTS Level: -Certification Number: -Activation Date: -Testing Organization*: -Length of Term: -2.1.10 Self-Declaration of Compliance - Indoor Emissions Adhesives and Sealants SCAQMD Rule 1168 Standards Organization/Agency: -Standard Number: Rule 1168 Testing Organization: -Test Date: -2.1.12 Self-Declaration of Compliance - Other Certification Categories EPA Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines (CPG) Standards Organization/Agency: EPA Standard Number: -Testing Organization: -Last Updated: -2.2 SUSTAINABLE PERFORMANCE CRITERIA 2.2.08 Openings Are the values provided from testing by NFRC? No 2.2.99 Additional Product Performance List essential performance and physical characteristics: (ie. Fire resistance rating, vapor permeability, strength, etc.) Characteristic: UL Rated Measurement test (UL, ASTM, FM, etc): UL Results (value,units): -2.3 SUSTAINABLE COMPOSITION OF PRODUCT 2.3.1 Composition List the primary materials in a representative sample of the reported product. (List actual material - not trade name) Highly reflective aluminum, OEM ballasts, OEM lamps, wire, plastic connectors. 2.3.2 Toxicity Does the product contain any California Proposition 65 chemicals? Does the product contain any Persistent, Bioaccumulative, and Toxic pollutants (PBTs) as listed on the EPA Priority PBT List? Is the MSDS and/or a list of toxics available on company website? No 2.3.3 Recycled Content Does the product contain any recycled content material? No Post-Consumer: Percent by weight of total product: -Post-Consumer: Description of post-consumer content: -Pre-Consumer: Percent by weight of total product: -Pre-Consumer: Description of pre-consumer content: -Total: Percent by weight of total product: -Total: Measurement definition: -If yes, are these measurements certified? Certifying Organization: -Certification Number: -Certification Date: -Certification Term: -2.3.6 Emissions For wet-applied products, what is the VOC content? -Measurement Standard: EPA Reference Test Method 24 Will adding the recommended pigments increase VOCs beyond what is stated? No Does the product contain any added Urea Formaldehyde? No What is the product's formaldehyde level? -Measurement Standard: ASTM E1333 PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE 3.1 LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS Has this product, or any product in the product category, gone through a life cycle assessment (LCA)? No System Used (Please describe the LCA process used as clearly as possible; for example: a process LCA using SimaPro or a hybrid LCA that used GaBi and EIO-LCA).: -Was the LCA third-party verified? No Company performing the LCA: -Is there other relevant LCA data, for example, pertaining to a major constituent material? (In some cases a trade association or other entity may have conducted an industry average LCA on a common material. Please note if this is the case, and also if there are ways in which the process used for this product significantly deviates from that generic LCA.) No System Used: -- Material or Product: -Company performing the LCA: -If third party verified, company verifying the LCA: -Is an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) available for this product, or any products in this category? (An Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) provides Life Cycle Information in a standardized format as described generally by ISO 14025, and specifically for building products by ISO 21930.) No Company developing the EPD: -If third party verified, company verifying the EPD: -Website address (URL) of the EPD, if available.: -Manufacturer Comments 3.2 Material Extraction and Transportation 3.2.1 Regional Materials Location(s) of manufacturing facility(s) producing the reported product City, State/Province, Zip, Country: Manitowoc, WI 54220 USA City, State/Province, Zip, Country: -City, State/Province, Zip, Country: -City, State/Province, Zip, Country: -City, State/Province, Zip, Country: -City, State/Province, Zip, Country: -City, State/Province, Zip, Country: -City, State/Province, Zip, Country: -City, State/Province, Zip, Country: -City, State/Province, Zip, Country: -City, State/Province, Zip, Country: -City, State/Province, Zip, Country: -City, State/Province, Zip, Country: -City, State/Province, Zip, Country: -City, State/Province, Zip, Country: -List Primary Raw Materials in Product: (ie. sand, cement, water, recycled glass, clay, wood, biofiber, etc.): (If a significant percent of the raw materials for this product (excluding water) are sourced from a specific location, please also list percent by weight of material in the product and material source location (town, state, country zip code, country). Be as specific as possible regarding each raw material in the product, but leave the location blank if the material is sourced from many different locations.) Material: Highly-reflective aluminum Location: Germany Percent by weight: 20 Material: Ballasts Location: Chicago, IL 60606 USA Percent by weight: 20 Material: Lamps Location: Chicago, IL 60606 USA Percent by weight: 20 Material: Wire/Fasteners Location: Chicago, IL 60606 USA Percent by weight: 10 Material: Aluminum Location: Manitowoc, WI 54220 USA Percent by weight: 30 Raw materials or components are too numerous, are sourced from too wide a region, or are too dispersed for a meaningful answer. 3.2.2 Supply Chain What approximate percent of materials and/or assemblies by weight are sourced from ISO 14001 certified suppliers? don't know How has the company worked with suppliers on reducing the environmental footprint of your supply chain? Orion products are installed in more than 3,700 facilties, inculding 94 of the Fortune 500 and has retrofitted over 620 million square feet. We've saved end-users more than $400 million and 5.2 billion kWh, all whille preventing 3.5 million tons of CO2 from entering the atmosphere.We take the same care with our own facilities! 3.3 MANUFACTURING 3.3.1 Manufacturing and Support Facilities Does the company maintain ISO 14001 registration for some or all manufacturing facilities, including international locations? none If some, identify which plant(s): -Does the company generate energy on-site from renewable resources? Yes Resulting reduction of purchased energy (fuels and electricity): 20 Does the company purchase any thermal energy or electricity from renewable sources? (for electricity this refers to sources that meet the Center for Resource Solutions Green-e Energy National Standard) If yes, percent of purchased thermal or electrical energy from renewable energy sources: -If yes, percent of purchased thermal or electrical energy from renewable energy sources: -3.3.2 Manufacturing Process What is the company's specified goal for reducing energy consumption? Our manufacturing facility contains our own high intensity fluorescent (HIF) light fixtures, as opposed to notoriously inefficient HID's; so we consume 50% less energy right there. Those fixtures are tied wirelessly to tubular skylights, allowing us to cut the lights back or shut them off in their entirety depending on the amount of sunlight available! What steps has the company taken to reduce energy consumption of the manufacturing process?: -What is the percent reduction achieved by unit of product over the specified period?: -Enter Base year for period.: 2007 Enter Reporting year for period.: 2007 What is the company's specified goal for GHG reduction? -What steps has the company taken to reduce GHG emissions of the manufacturing process?: -What is the percent reduction achieved by unit over specified period?: -Enter Base year for period.: 2007 Enter Reporting year for period.: 2007 Does the company participate in any recognized voluntary programs to increase energy efficiency and/or reduce GHG emissions in manufacturing? Yes -If other, please list: -Does the company report greenhouse gas emissions? No Is the company listed on The Climate Registry, and/or is GHG reporting done according to a recognized protocol?: -If other, please list: -What is the company's specified goal for reducing potable water use? -What steps have been taken to reduce potable water consumption of the manufacturing process?: -What is the percent reduction achieved by unit of product over the specified period?: -Enter Base year for period.: 2007 Enter Reporting year for period.: 2007 Are any Hazardous Air Pollutants (as defined by EPA) created, used, or released during the manufacture of the product? No Are any hazardous chemicals created, used, or released during the manufacture of the product which must be reported under the State Right to Know Act (SARA), Section 313 via the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI)?(The absence of hazardous chemicals or air pollutants in manufacture is laudable. However the presence of such hazards is not a simple indicator of environmental impact. Which listed hazards are present, how they are handled, the magnitude of emissions, and the extent and effectiveness of efforts to minimize creation, use, and releases of such hazards, are all important in assessing environmental responsibility. While it can be problematic to try to compare the performance of different companies, a record of TRI releases by company found on the EPA website allows review of a single company over time. http://www.epa.gov/enviro/html/tris/tris_query.html) No 3.4 CONSTRUCTION 3.4.1 Construction Waste Management Shipping and Packing Materials (select all that apply for each) Pallets: --- - Reusable Boxes: --- - Manufacturer/Installer accepts back Packing filler: --- - Not used Containers: --- - Not used Wrapping: --- - Minimized Other: -Has the company reduced the amount of packaging required? Yes Are there programs in place to reduce environmental impacts of packaging? Yes If yes, please describe program and results.: -Does the design of this product include features that reduce amount of excess material/overage required at installation? Yes What is the typical % excess material/overage?: -What are the disposition options for excess material?: -3.4.2 Installation Accessories: Identify accessory items (adhesives, fasteners, tapes, etc.) required to install product and describe in the comment field any impact on the sustainable performance of the product. Install of high intensity fluorescent (HIF) light fixtures involves two deck screws and two 31" ECAB cables. 3.4.3 Contract Closeout Final Cleaning: Do recommended final cleaning materials emit any known airborne toxins or VOCs? No If yes, identify:: -3.5 FACILITY OPERATIONS 3.5.1 Product Lifespan What is the expected lifespan of the product? 10 years What is the maximum length of manufacturer's warranty? 5 years ballasts/3 years lamps Does the product have an extended life, based on improved durability as defined by ISO 14021? Average percent improvement in lifespan: -3.5.2 Recommended Cleaning and Maintenance Recommended frequency of regularly scheduled cleaning Other 3.6 DECONSTRUCTION / RECYCLING PHASE 3.6.1 Manufacturer/Industry Programs Is there a maintenance/replacement agreement? Is there a buy-back or take-back program for products at end-of-life? No 3.6.2 Product Reuse Is the entire product reusable? No Are components of the product reusable? No 3.6.3 Product Recycling / Disposal Is the product currently being recycled into another product? No If yes, describe what new product(s):: -If yes, what % of annual production is recycled?: -- Additional Information 4.1 Stewardship Are any of the company's buildings/sites certified under a green building rating system? Identify location of certified building: -Identify which certification: -Identify level of certification achieved: -Does the company participate in any voluntary programs to reduce environmental impact of the listed product(s)? If yes, identify program(s) (select all that apply): --- - "" If "other", please identify:: -4.2 Transparency of Information Is the environmental information reported in this form available on the website? No If yes link to webpage(s): -Manufacturer Comments This GreenFormat listing has been self-completed by the manufacturer. It does not convey or imply any CSI or GreenFormat "approval," "certification," "verification," or any other third-party review or endorsement of the product's characteristics or quality by CSI or its agents.
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