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1. Has the department incorporated environmental performance considerations in its procurement decision-making processes?
2. Summary of initiatives to incorporate environmental performance considerations in procurement decision-making processes:
The CPC provides green procurement training to all employees directly involved in procurement activities. Office supplies are green procured to the greatest extent possible. As well, all disposal practices consider green and the Commission recycles or reuses whenever it is practical to do so.
3. Results achieved:
The CPC has no capital projects or control over its physical facilities. CPCs paper shredding provider reports that CPCs share of wood saved through recycling was 39 trees.
4. Contributions to facilitate government-wide implementation of green procurement:
5. Has the department established green procurement targets?
6. Are these green procurement targets the same as those identified in your Sustainable Development Strategy (Table 8)?
7. Summary of green procurement targets:
8. Results achieved: