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  1. Information for Webinar attendees Please go to the following link for copies of: Agenda Feedback Form Interagency Agreement Handout PowerPoint Presentation (July 12) http://www.dgs.ca.gov/pd/Programs/OSDS/CommunicationsOutreach.aspx

  2. Ready to start the 2012-2013Fiscal Year

  3. Procurement Division Customer Forum July 11, 2012

  4. Introductions Eric Mandell Chief Office of SB and DVBE Services/Outreach Branch eric.mandell@dgs.ca.gov (916) 375-4608

  5. Upcoming SB/DVBE Outreach Events Wayne Gross Customer Liaison Wayne.gross@dgs.ca.gov (916) 375-4339

  6. Upcoming SB/DVBE Outreach Events • CalCon Expo 2012 – Aug 1 – 2, 2012 (Pasadena) • North-Eastern CA Regional Procurement Expo – October 4, 2012 (Stockton) • Connecting Point – Nov 13, 2012 (Citrus Heights) • SARA – Nov 14, 2012 (Citrus Heights)

  7. SARA 2012 • November 14, 2012 • Citrus Heights Community Center • 9:00 am to 12:00 pm • Continental breakfast and buffet luncheon

  8. Air Resources Board/Cal Recycle Marshalle Graham Senior Integrated Waste Management Specialist marshalle.graham@calrecycle.ca.gov 916-341-6270

  9. Coordination of CalEPA Small Business Sustainability Tools • CalRecycle – Climate Cost Calculator • CARB – Carbon Footprint Calculator • DTSC – California Green Business Program

  10. Dept. of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) Demonstrating the Climate, Financial, and Diversion Benefits of Commercial Recycling A New Calculator for California Businesses Marshalle Graham Senior Integrated Waste Management Specialistmarshalle.graham@calrecycle.ca.gov 916-341-6270

  11. CalRecycle’s Commercial Climate Calculator Motivation & Goals • AB 341 requires commercial and multi-family sector recycling • CalRecycle provides an easy-to-use calculator to show benefits of commercial recycling & waste reduction: • Dollars saved • Tons of resources returned to the economy • Greenhouse gas emissions reduced

  12. CalRecycle Commercial Climate Calculator Features and Data • Default data sources • CA waste studies • Sector-specific • Quantity and composition • Statewide cost study • WARM+CARB emission reduction research • Unique features • Flexibility • Users • Data inputs • Transparency • One-stop calculator • Tons, cost, GHG • Resources • CA and regionally specific • Consistency w/ARB & DTSC tools

  13. CalRecycle’s Commercial Climate Calculator

  14. CalRecycle’s Commercial Climate Calculator • Case Studies • Real-world Examples • Sector: Distribution Center (Trucking & Warehouse) • Location: Irvine (Orange Co.) • Employees: 64 FTEs • Recycling Program: Cardboard only • Access to Information: None • Results (annual): • Trash: 222 tons and $30,751 • Recycling: 11 tons and $468 • Benefits: • $1,566 avoided disposal • 57 CO2e • 5% recycling rate • Future Actions: None

  15. CalRecycle’s Commercial Climate Calculator

  16. CalRecycle’s Commercial Climate Calculator • Case Studies • Real-world Examples • Sector: Multi-Family Property • Location: Walnut Creek (Contra Costa County) • Employees: 12 units in property • Recycling Program: None • Access to Information: • Has trash info only • 1, 2 cubic yard bin, 100% full, 2 pick-ups/week • Results (annual): • Trash: 18 tons and $3,834 • Future Actions: • Increase recycling of cardboard, paper, mixed metals, mixed plastics, glass and yard waste each to 50% • Benefits: • Net savings of $637 ($654 avoided disposal - $17 recycling costs) • Reduction of 9 CO2e • 17% recycling rate

  17. CalRecycle’s Commercial Climate Calculator

  18. CalRecycle’s Commercial Climate Calculator

  19. CalRecycle’s Commercial Climate Calculator http://www.calrecycle.ca.gov/climate/Calculator/default.htm

  20. Small Business Toolkit Tabetha Willmon California Air Resources Board twillmon@arb.ca.gov 916-324-0664

  21. Small Business Toolkit Comprehensive, online resource to save money & facilitate voluntary GHG reductions

  22. Toolkit Components • Money Saving Actions • Climate Calculator • Funding Wizard • Business Case Studies • Energy Makeover • Awards/Recognition

  23. What actions can businesses take to save $$? Take Action! • Save Energy • Drive Less & Drive Clean • Use Green Energy • Save Water • Recycle and Cut Waste • Buy Green • Be a Green Biz • Build Green Small Business Carbon Footprint Calculator • Estimates your business’ carbon footprint • Identifies actions to reduce costs and GHG emissions

  24. How have other businesses been able to save? Small Business Case Studies See what other businesses like yours have done to save money and help the environment Energy Makeover Projects See how businesses have benefitted from working with their City or County and energy providers

  25. How can businesses find $$ to “Go Green”? Funding Wizard • Searchable database of funding opportunities for sustainable projects • Help us design the best way to help businesses find $$

  26. How can businesses get recognized and gain a competitive “edge”? CoolCalifornia.org Small Business Award Recognizes California small businesses that took action to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, promoted climate friendly practices and integrated the tools on CoolCalifornia.org into their business operations. California Green Business Program State program working with local agencies to recognize and assist businesses that operate in an environmentally-friendly manner.

  27. Dept. Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) Dana Howard Chief, Business Outreach and Industry Relations choward@dtsc.ca.gov 916-324-0805

  28. Dept. Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) AGENDA • Ca. Green Business Program HistoryAB 913 – What does it mean? • DTSC – Current and Future efforts • Assistance for Interested Local jurisdictions

  29. Dept. Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) California Green Business Program History • Voluntary recognition program run by local government • Pilot program started in 1995 in Alameda and Napa Counties– Auto Repair and Print sectors • DTSC and EPA provided initial funding and guidance.

  30. Dept. Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) Confusion for Businesses…and Consumers

  31. Dept. Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) Program History • ABAG assisted other Bay Area startup programs • Expansion to Monterey, Santa Cruz and San Benito Counties lead to creation of the California Green Business Network • 14 county programs, 2 city programs, 4 pending programs • 2700 business certified, 1100+ applications pending

  32. Dept. Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) Establishment of CA Green Business Programs

  33. Dept. Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) Major Program Benefits • Statewide branding and recognition • Database access and statistical tracking • Expedited certification processing • Certification consistency and technical guidance

  34. Dept. Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) Goal of AB 913 • Businesses certified by this program implement multimedia pollution prevention activities to achieve measurable waste reduction, energy savings, water conservation, and sustainability, in consultation with local governments, utility providers, and other entities. – excerpt from AB 913

  35. Dept. Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) AB 913 – What does it mean? • Requires DTSC to assist, support and expand program • DTSC to maintain a database for locals • DTSC to work with other agencies to bring technical assistance to local gov. • Recognized existing program as model.

  36. Dept. Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) DTSC’s Commitment • Continue work on the database and conform it to state standards • Provide information and assistance to new program to expand the network. • Work with other state agencies to maintain and improve standards for all the local programs

  37. Dept. Toxic Substances Control (DTSC)

  38. Dept. Toxic Substances Control (DTSC)

  39. Dept. Toxic Substances Control (DTSC)

  40. Dept. Toxic Substances Control (DTSC)

  41. Dept. Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) Assistance for Interested Jurisdictions • DTSC staff can assist with organization and development of local stakeholders. • Sharing of tool kits and checklists • Access to database • Provide on-line registration for business • Tracking by local program • DTSC will work with other agencies to incorporate their goals into CAGBP checklists

  42. Dept. Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) Where to Get More Information • DTSC site: • http://www.dtsc.ca.gov/PollutionPrevention/p2gbp.cfm • http://www.greenbusinessca.org/ • Matt McCarron • 510-540-3828 • mmccarro@dtsc.ca.gov

  43. Update on Statewide Contracts Steven Casarez Supervisor Contracts Management Unit Steve.casarez@dgs.ca.gov (916) 375-4624

  44. Update on Statewide Contracts • MRO • No Rebid • Use SB/DVBE Option or other PA approved procurement approaches • Wireless Devices • Transition to Tech Agency • Out of scope items identified in User Instructions