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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
stabilization, and decommissioning
activities by 10 percent on an annual
basis.
a) Appropriate baselines for new sites
shall be established in performance
agreements in cases where
proposed baseline years do not
apply.
b) Goal requirements shall be
included in annual performance
plans or agreements.
c) By 2005, 45 percent of sanitary
wastes from all operations must be
recycled, and by 2010, 50 percent
of sanitary waste from all
operations must be recycled.
4.3.1.2 Through innovative pollution prevention,
DOE O 450.1, sec. 5.c.(3),
effective facility management, and sound
CDR sec. 1(c);
acquisition and procurement practices,
contractors shall assist DOE in reducing its
EO 13148 sec. 204 and 502
reported releases and off-site transfers of
toxic chemicals subject to annual toxic
release reporting under EPCRA (see
definition) (see section 4.6 of this chapter)
for treatment and disposal by 10 percent
annually, or by 40 percent overall by
December 31, 2006 from year 2000 levels.
4.3.1.3 Contractors shall use product substitution
DOE O 450.1, sec. 5.c.(3),
and facility management practices,
CRD sec. 1(c);
including pollution prevention, to reduce
use of selected toxic chemicals,34
EO 13148, sec. 205 and 503;
hazardous substances, and pollutants by 50
percent annually, or reduce the generation
of hazardous and radioactive waste types at
facilities by 50 percent by December 31,
2006.
[NOTE: DOE has chosen to use the
Secretary's waste reduction goals cited
above in 4.3.1.1 to meet this requirement.
Sites are still encouraged to reduce
chemical usage.]
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At the time of this writing, the EPA has not published the list of chemicals affected by this requirement.
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