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Meeting Name: SUSTAINABLE DESIGN AND ENERGY COMMITTEE (ended 6/2012) (inactive) Agenda status: Approved
Meeting date/time: 10/21/2008 4:00 PM Minutes status: Approved  
Meeting location: 215 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Room 300 (Madison Municipal Building)
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11080 21.WoodboilerOrdinanceSUBSTITUTE - Creating new Section 7.55 to prohibit outdoor wood boilers, amending Sec. 1.08(4) to include citation authority for Director of Public Health and amending, Sec. 1.08(3) of the Madison General Ordinances to establish a bail deposit for a violation.   Action details Not available
10922 Karl Van LithPresentationPresentation and Training of The Natural Step - Sustainability Framework by Karl Van Lith Karl started the presentation by going through the agenda. Karl then went through the PowerPoint presentation. (Attached to these minutes.) Judy asked about recycling our computers. Staff indicated that the City sells/gives away some computers and the City also has a contract with Cascade Asset Management to recycle our old computers. Satya wanted to know how do the TNS projects grow? Staff mentioned that the projects do grow and used the energy wasters as an example. The City first determined which buildings use the most energy and now FM is taking steps to reduce energy use at these building. Staff also mentioned Fleet. The TNS project was to develop CAFE standards for our Fleet, but the project now includes a whole host of other initiatives - like AVL/GPS on our fleet, vehicle type, etc. Sherrie also mentioned Green Cleaning, which started out at Monona Terrace and is now used in all City agencies. Judy asked, what is our goal? Staff mentioned the Mpowering Madison goal of reducing the com   Action details Not available
12003 13.Residential Energy UpgradesPresentationResidential Energy Upgrades: opportunities and options - by Sherrie Gruder   Action details Not available