Overall Rating Bronze - expired
Overall Score 37.99
Liaison Marilyn Graham
Submission Date Feb. 17, 2012
Executive Letter Download

STARS v1.1

Brunswick Community College
OP-T2-10: Recycled Content Napkins

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 0.25 / 0.25 Leslie Saggus
Cafeteria Manager
Cooks Nook
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Does the institution use recycled content napkins in its dining service operations?:

A brief description of the purchasing behavior:

There is not a written policy or website that describes this practice beyond the following:

"Policy for State of North Carolina Agencies, page 35 of NC Agency Purchasing Manual:

Additional requirements from the Governor’s Executive Order not included in statute:

Agencies shall purchase and use environmentally preferable goods and services, including products made wholly or in part from recycled materials, whenever feasible and practical. Environmentally preferable products are those that have a lesser or reduced effect on human health and the environment in their manufacture, use, and disposal when compared with other products that serve the same purpose. All agencies shall give consideration to environmentally preferable products that are more energy efficient, less toxic, less polluting, and which generate less waste overall.

P&C shall make every effort to identify environmentally preferable goods and services, and recycled-content products that meet appropriate standards for use by agencies and shall actively promote the purchase of these products and services by agencies and others eligible to purchase from State term contracts.

Agencies shall develop specifications to encourage vendors to offer environmentally preferable and recycled-content products. Specifications shall not contain restrictive language or other barriers to purchasing environmentally preferable or recycled-content products, except where specifications are necessary to protect public health, safety, and welfare."

The website URL where information about the purchasing is available:

Leslie Saggus confirmed the BCC main campus cafeteria uses recycled content napkins.

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