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Buying Green Online: Greening Government E-Procurement of Office Supplies. Environmentally Preferable Purchasing Program.
Can Federal Procurement Practices be Used to Reduce Solid Waste.
Collection of data pertinent to the EPA's development of guidelines for government procurements of paper products containing recycled materials.
Development of Government Procurement Guidelines for Construction Products Containing Recovered Materials.
Guide for Contract Project Officers.
Guidelines for effective management of the Contract Laboratory Program /
Integrating Green Purchasing Into Your Environmental Management System (EMS).
Promoting Green Purchasing: Tools and Resources to Quantify the Benefits of Environmentally Preferable Purchasing.
Requiring Secondary Materials in Federal Construction - A Feasibility Study.
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