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Environmentally Preferable Purchasing (EPP) or Green Purchasing refers to the procurement of products and services that have a lesser or reduced effect on human health and the environment when compared with competing products or services that serve the same purpose. outlined in the university’s Best Value Purchasing Procedures, to support our regional economy, we consider whenever possible local products and services, which we define as supplies, materials, equipment, agricultural products, and services that are either made in Texas or offered by Texas-based companies. Whenever possible, we purchase recycled-content and re-manufactured goods, Energy Star-rated computers and office equipment, and Green Seal or Eco Logo certified “green” cleaning products.
The Maverick Office Green Team program is a coordinated, collaborative effort to meet higher environmental standards for office practices and purchasing. This program takes a coordinated, long-term and campus-wide approach, providing resources, helpful guidelines and on-going consultation as needed. It also provides recognition to outstanding Maverick Green Offices.The program includes extended initiatives in reducing, recycling and reusing, energy conservation, purchasing, and more.
Get involved today! Learn all about the Maverick Green Office program
Visit the recycling and composting, purchase green, What Can I Do?, or our blog section for opportunities to learn and earn Green Team points.
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