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Unformatted text preview: nvironmental excellence—
and setting an example for others to follow.
Reducing GHGs is now the most common air emissions goal set by Performance Track
members. EPA’s Office of Air and Radiation offers an energy use reduction challenge goal
for non-transportation energy use. In order to receive credit, a Performance Track facility
must set a goal to reduce its energy use by at least 10 percent before normalizing. All 10 re
gions are participating, and many are making transportation energy reduction goals as well. Business case: The Performance Track program helps facilities establish and maintain their role as
environmental leaders as well as gain recognition they deserve. The program also helps
facilities capture opportunities for reducing cost and spurring technological innova
tion. By focusing on continuous improvement and achieving measurable environmental
results, member facilities are better able to reduce the chance of encountering any inter
ruptions in their operations. Services: Performance Track offers members networking opportunities, public recognition events,
guidance documents and other forms of assistance such as...
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- Spring '14