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... 14 To identify where opportunities exist for environmental sustainability in airport contracts it is important to first understand what a typical procurement process at an airport is and the environmental impacts and opportunities associated with the various types of airport contracts. This information will help airport operators take full advantage of driving environmental sustainability through airport contracts.
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... 15 these are often referenced as standard contract language and included in full as a contract document. Some airport operators surveyed attach the detailed information to the contract, a quick way for them, even if there is limited opportunity to make specific requirements of suppliers and contractors, to set out the overarching sustainability goals of the organization and set expectations early on in the relationship.
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... 16 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ARE PRODUCED With every RFP and contract there is an opportunity to specify sustainable options, whether through product specifications or a service process. Driving sustainability through specifications is an effective and straightforward mechanism for airport operators.

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