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... A1 APPENDIX A Example Contract Language
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... A3 Specific Contract Language, A23 Basic Airline Use and Lease Agreement, A23 • Use and Lease Agreement -- Environmental Sustainability Measures -- San Francisco International Airport (SFO) , A23 Concessions Agreements, A23 • Compostable Foodservice Ware Requirement -- Hartsfield– Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)
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... A4 Environmental Measures • The Contractor shall meet or exceed the requirements of all environmental legislation and regulations including all amendments up to the project date, provided that in any case of conflict or discrepancy, the more stringent require­ ments will apply. Provide ongoing reports on procedures for environmental protection.
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... A5 • Control emissions from equipment and plant to local authorities' emission requirements. • Prevent sandblasting, sawcutting, milling, and other extra­ neous materials from contaminating air beyond application area, by providing temporary enclosures.
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... A6 Protection of Waterways The Contractor shall be responsible for the following: • Submit to the GTAA for review a plan detailing the meth­ ods of protecting adjacent waterways and floodplains dur­ ing construction. Include the procedures to be followed to reduce and control the siltation of drainage courses and waterways.
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... A7 – Proposed final elevations of the site with the location and dimensions of all land disturbing activities and tem­ porary stockpiles with their respective schedules. – Location(s)
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... A8 • Progress payments will not be made to the Contractor while any requirement for environmental protection is outstanding. • The Contractor is advised that directions (verbal or written)
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... A9 • Cost Bearing – Each contract party has to bear the costs according to the polluter­pays­principle. • Special Conditions – The general environmental terms and conditions regu­ late the minimum standard at Zurich airport.
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... A10 – The Deputy Commissioner of Sustainability will review the Environmental Compliance and SAM Guidance Design & Construction Coordination Form for complete­ ness and accuracy. NN If the Environmental Compliance and SAM Guidance Design & Construction Coordination Form is incom­ plete, the Deputy Commissioner of Sustainability will notify the Project Manager and request additional infor­ mation, clarification, correction, and resubmission, as appropriate.
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... A11 This Division includes various provisions for selection and protection of construction materials to increase the longevity of buildings and for proper disposal/recycling of construction/ demolition waste. • Weather Protection.
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... A12 Water Efficiency and Conservation (Code Division A5.3) • Indoor Water Use.
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... A13 based on estimated cost of materials on the project. Provide documentation as to the respective values.
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... A14 Airport: San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Airport Operator: City and County of San Francisco Document: SFO environmental contractual requirements for new tenants improvements projects Department: Not known Date: Not known Recycled Content Tenants are required to specify materials with recycled content for a minimum of 10% of the total value of all materials in their build­out.
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... A15 yield cost savings to the city taxpayers through reduced operating costs, to provide healthy and productive work environments for staff and visitors, and to contribute to the city's goals of protecting, conserving, and enhancing the region's environmental resources. Additionally, the city shall help to set a community standard of sustainable building.
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... A16 sites when designing a facility (as consistent with the USGBC LEEDTM rating standards) : NN Compliance with Atlanta Code of Ordinances, Article II, Section 74­35, Erosion and Sedimentation Control.
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... A17 Dining/Bar in Terminal 2. Food and Beverage uses des­ ignated as Specialty Coffee or Café will not have gas service available.
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... A18 indicated on the Tenant's lease outline drawings. Emer­ gency electrical power will not be available for Tenants use.
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... A19 – Any work not specifically described as the Airport's work shall be performed by Tenant at the sole expense of Tenant without reimbursement or other compensation from the Airport. Workshops and meetings are delin­ eated herein that will provide information about the pro­ cess, criteria, and schedule that should enable Tenants and their Consultants to accomplish their responsibili­ ties in a timely, cost­effective manner.
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... A20 – Tenant Construction Schedule. Tenant shall submit a construction schedule at the Preconstruction meeting.
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... A21 Procedure Drawing up specifications and making purchasing decisions based on the following checklist can contribute significantly to the achievement of the GTAA's targets for reducing the environ­ mental impact of its activities. All employees making purchases can have an influence by encouraging the development and use of goods and services which are less harmful to the environment.
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... A22 • Facial Tissue -- 10–100% recovered fiber, including 10–15% postconsumer fiber • General Purpose Industrial Wipers -- 40–100% recovered fiber, including 40% postconsumer fiber • Paper Towels -- 40–100% recovered fiber, including 40–60% postconsumer fiber • Plastic Trash Bags -- 10–100% postconsumer plastic • All -- 41% minimum biobased content Airport: Portland International Airport (PDX) Airport Operator: Port of Portland Document: Sustainable Procurement Policy Department: Airport Executive Office Date: 05/15/2012 Purpose The Port purchases a significant amount of goods and services to support its mission and operations, and recognizes that pro­ curement can have both direct and indirect social and environ­ mental benefits.
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... A23 when compared with competing products or services that serve the same purpose. This comparison may consider raw materials acqui­ sition, production, manufacturing, packaging, distribution, reuse, operation, maintenance, or disposal of the product or service.
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... A24 Introduction Many event venues, office buildings, malls, airports, and other facilities with food court operations are embarking on the zero waste journey. One of the first steps in the journey is back­of­ the­house organics collection for composting as there are no or minimal purchasing changes necessary.
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... A25 tamination. Such investigation may include environmental sam­ pling and equipment and facility testing, including the testing of secondary contamination.
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... A26 applicable to wheelchair accessible taxi vehicles until such time as the parties agree that they are generally available and conversion is appropriate. • By November 1, 2010, Concessionaire shall develop, imple­ ment, and submit to the MGT a fleet­wide anti­idling pol­ icy.
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... A27 QTA Facility Water Conservation Strategy Concessionaire shall update the existing QTA car wash facili­ ties to improve its annual water efficiency in compliance with the Port's Water Management and Conservation Plan based upon improvements and maintenance measures reflected in the Main­ tenance Matrix attached as Exhibit I and the Rental Car QuickTurn-Around Facility Water Conservation Strategy/Operational Requirements attached hereto as Exhibit K The cost to update the car wash systems will he paid by the On­Airport Concession­ aires through the Consortium (as defined in Section 10.1)
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... A28 • Maintenance contract costs of $9,000 to $13,000 per year, based on bi­monthly inspections (after the first 2–3 months)
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... A29 Operational Requirements The RACs will all: • Utilize similar, Port approved, waste and recycling collec­ tion containers and equipment in public areas. • Train and incentivize existing and new employees to mini­ mize waste and recycle appropriate materials.
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... A30 miles operated (include monthly miles operated by individual vans by vehicle number)
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... A31 Many companies are also working on their own vehicle and emission strategies so the Port will look for each of these pro­ gressive acting companies to share their national strategies and also how they intend to realize those strategies in the Northwest region so that the Port can work proactively with the rental car companies from the early stages of this emerging social reality. Implementation The realities of who can impose regulations on operators and their vehicle emissions are still evolving.
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... A32 Evaluation Criteria • Evaluation Procedures – Competitive range NN The Port will determine initially which proposals are within the competitive range in accordance with the evaluation criteria set forth below. Only those propos­ als within the competitive range will be considered for award.
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... A33 • Carpet extraction equipment used for restorative deep clean­ ing is certified by the Carpet and Rug Institute's "Seal of Approval" Testing Program for deep­cleaning extractors. • Powered floor maintenance equipment, including elec­ tric and battery powered floor buffers and burnishers, is equipped with vacuums, guards, and/or other devices for capturing fine particulates and operates with a sound level of less than 70dBA.
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... A34 Sustainability: Encouraged Activities During the period of this Contract, the following Contractor activities are encouraged. [See SAM for additional details (www.
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... A35 document existing conditions and an energy baseline. GIAA and the selected offeror will negotiate the performance con­ tract terms and conditions based on the audit findings.
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... A36 with scouring powder, ensuring a polished appearance. The Contractor shall wipe clean any spillage on floors or walls adjacent to fountains and sinks.
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... A37 The Energy Policy Act of 1992, as amended by the Energy Conservation Reauthorization Act of 1998, EPAct 2005, and the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, (EPAct) gener­ ally defines an "alternative fuel" as a fuel that is substantially non­ petroleum and yields energy security and environmental benefits.
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... A38 and For all office paper purchased for routine daily business administration and operations, minimum 30% recycled content is required. Storage and Collection of Recyclables If administrative space is assigned and designated by CDA for Contractor use, Contractor must utilize dedicated area or areas that serve for the collection and storage of materials for re cycling, including paper, corrugated cardboard, glass, plastics, and metals.
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... A39 • Bathroom and Spa Cleaners -- 74% minimum biobased content • Carpet and Upholstery Cleaners -- General Purpose -- 54% minimum biobased content • Carpet and Upholstery Cleaners -- Spot Removers -- 7% minimum biobased content • Dust Suppressants -- 85% minimum biobased content • Floor Strippers -- 78% minimum biobased content • Glass Cleaners -- 49% minimum biobased content • Graffiti and Grease Removers -- 34% minimum biobased content • Hand Cleaners -- 64% minimum biobased content • Hand Sanitizers -- 73% minimum biobased content • Household Cleaners, General Purpose -- 39% minimum biobased content • Industrial Cleaners -- 41% minimum biobased content • Laundry Products -- General Purpose -- 34% minimum bio­ based content • Laundry Products -- Pretreatment/Spot Removers -- 46% minimum biobased content • Multipurpose cleaners -- 56% minimum biobased content • Sorbents -- 89% minimum biobased content • Bathroom tissue -- 20–100% recovered fiber, including 20–60% postconsumer fiber • Facial tissue -- 10–100% recovered fiber, including 10–15% postconsumer fiber • General purpose industrial wipers -- 40–100% recovered fiber, including 40% postconsumer fiber • Paper towels -- 40–100% recovered fiber, including 40–60% postconsumer fiber • Plastic trash bags -- 10–100% postconsumer plastic • All -- 41% minimum biobased content Sustainability: CDA & Tenant Assistance At the discretion of CDA, the Contractor may be required to pro­ vide assistance directly to CDA and/or its tenants in the follow­ ing areas. [See SAM for additional details (www.airportsgoing green.org/SAM)
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... A40 DOCUMENTATION (SAM 2.0 Reference, OM8.1) Documenting Sustainable Measures To assist in implementation, monitoring, and enforcement of these requirements, a representative from the CDA Environment Division will participate in routine meetings with the Contractor to ensure that the requirements included herein are implemented and to review progress with the Contractor regarding data collec­ tion and reporting requirements.
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... Abbreviations used without definitions in TRB publications: A4A Airlines for America AAAE American Association of Airport Executives AASHO American Association of State Highway Officials AASHTO American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials ACI–NA Airports Council International–North America ACRP Airport Cooperative Research Program ADA Americans with Disabilities Act APTA American Public Transportation Association ASCE American Society of Civil Engineers ASME American Society of Mechanical Engineers ASTM American Society for Testing and Materials ATA American Trucking Associations CTAA Community Transportation Association of America CTBSSP Commercial Truck and Bus Safety Synthesis Program DHS Department of Homeland Security DOE Department of Energy EPA Environmental Protection Agency FAA Federal Aviation Administration FHWA Federal Highway Administration FMCSA Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration FRA Federal Railroad Administration FTA Federal Transit Administration HMCRP Hazardous Materials Cooperative Research Program IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers ISTEA Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 ITE Institute of Transportation Engineers MAP-21 Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (2012) NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASAO National Association of State Aviation Officials NCFRP National Cooperative Freight Research Program NCHRP National Cooperative Highway Research Program NHTSA National Highway Traffic Safety Administration NTSB National Transportation Safety Board PHMSA Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration RITA Research and Innovative Technology Administration SAE Society of Automotive Engineers SAFETEA-LU Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (2005)

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