Applied Environmental has developed facility sustainability and energy efficiency programs from the ground up; from gathering stakeholders and developing plans, to implementation, continual monitoring, and improvement. We use the ISO 14001 Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle to ensure programs continue to progress after implementation.
“You can’t manage what you don’t measure,” so we have a strong emphasis on data collection and analysis. Our first step in a project is to get to know you, your facility, and your goals, and then identify the key data that will help you succeed. That data will drive solutions such as the most cost-effective energy projects, the best approach to improving recycling rates, or the most impactful sustainability strategies.
Our staff includes a Certified Energy Manager (CEM), Professional Engineer (PE), Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), and LEED AP. Our expertise includes:
- Sustainability and energy programs – development, implementation, management,
- Energy audits,
- Energy data monitoring and analysis,
- Energy efficiency project identification and prioritization,
- Greenhouse gas (GHG) emission inventories and reduction strategies,
- LEED projects – new construction and existing buildings,
- Stormwater and low impact development (LID),
- Recycling programs,
- Indoor air quality expertise
- Guiding principles assessments
Applied Environmental knows the federal requirements, laws, and mandates for energy and sustainability. We also understand the financial constraints on both the public and private sector, and use life cycle cost analyses to identify projects with desirable paybacks.
If you have an interest in reducing energy at your facility, reducing operational costs, improving sustainability, and/or making your facility a healthier, more sustainable place to work, contact us.