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1 Setting Standards for Sustainability ASTM International Committee E 60 1 Setting Standards for Sustainability ASTM International Committee E 60

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 2 What is ASTM? 2 An Introduction to ASTM International • Voluntary consensus standards for materials, products, systems and services • Standards for more than 100 industrial and management sectors • Proven, practical, vital • Established in 1898 Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 3 What is ASTM International? 3 Globally relevant, technically excellent Complies with World Trade Organization principles for the development of international standards; Annex 4 of WTO Technical Barriers to Trade Agreement All stakeholders invited Public and private sector cooperation Electronic tools for document development and delivery Standards used in research and development, product testing and quality systems Standards Worldwide

A S T M 4 I N T E R N A T I A S T M 4 I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability ASTM International Today ASTM International Committees, Standards and Members • 145+ Technical committees • 12, 000+ Standards • 30, 000+ Members • 7, 800+ International members from 135 countries • 4, 400+ ASTM standards used in 75 countries ‘Audited Designator’ accreditation: American National Standards Institute Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 5 ASTM International and Sustainability 5 Many ASTM International committees address sustainability: infrastructure/built environment, water, agriculture, energy, products, waste, materials, and toxics (partial list): C 01 on Cement C 09 on Concrete and Concrete Aggregates C 16 on Thermal Insulation D 02 on Petroleum Products and Lubricants D 03 on Gaseous Fuels D 04 on Road and Paving Materials D 05 on Coal and Coke D 18 on Soil and Rock D 19 on Water D 20 on Plastics D 22 on Air Quality D 34 on Waste Management E 06 on Performance of Buildings E 35 on Pesticides and Alternative Control Agents E 44 on Solar, Geothermal and Other Alternative Energy Sources E 47 on Biological Effects and Environmental Fate E 48 on Biotechnology E 50 on Environmental Assessment, Risk Management and Corrective Action F 40 on Declarable Substances in Materials Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 6 Committee E 60 Facts and Figures 6 Committee Established October 2008 700+ Members Technical Subcommittees o E 60. 01 Buildings and Construction o E 60. 02 Hospitality o E 60. 13 Manufacturing o E 60. 80 General Sustainability Standards Administrative Subcommittees o E 60. 90 Executive o E 60. 91 Strategic Planning o E 60. 95 Student Liaison/Affairs Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 7 E 60 Scope: Standards Relating to Sustainability and Sustainable Development Support and Serve as Resource v “Incubator” or “Consultant” Will Not Duplicate the Efforts of Existing ASTM Committees Challenges • Horizontal Committees – Could cross many committees v v • Reason BEAC wants to understand more about E 60 Reason BEAC identified sustainability as major issue Vertical (Silo) Committees – Typical ASTM committee Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 8 Committee E 60 ICC Ig. CC Past workshops at Committee Weeks ASHRAE 189. 1: o Many E 60 members on 189. 1 SSPC o Set up view only site for code members to review referenced documents Outreach to other Committees, letters and visits to Executive Committees Student Liaison/Affairs: Barret Wessel - Barrett Wessel ([email protected] umd. edu) E 60 Sustainability Award – Recognizes accomplishments outside of E 60 – Workshops, Symposia, etc. ISO TAGS (via ad hoc committees): PCC 277 on Procurement Josh Jacobs – josh. [email protected] com TC 59/SC 17 on Green Construction Works Martha Van. Geem – martha. [email protected] com Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 9 ASTM Sustainability Database 9 http: //www. astm. org/COMMIT/sustain. html • Nearly 1000 total standards • 300+ standards from other organizations • Open submission process • Ad hoc effort • Manager: Rick Bowers ([email protected] com) Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 10 E 60 Published Standards General Construction: E 2114 -08 Standard Terminology for Sustainability Relative to the Performance of Buildings E 2129 -10 Standard Practice for Data Collection for Sustainability Assessment of Building Products E 2432 -11 Standard Guide for General Principles of Sustainability Relative to Buildings E 2921 -13 Standard Practice for Minimum Criteria for Comparing Whole Building Life Cycle Assessments for Use with Building Codes and Rating Systems Green Roofing: E 2396 -11 Standard Test Method for Saturated Water Permeability of Granular Drainage Media [Falling-Head Method] for Green Roof Systems E 2397 -11 Standard Practice for Determination of Dead Loads and Live Loads associated with Green Roof Systems E 2398 -11 Standard Test Method for Water Capture and Media Retention of Geocomposite Drain Layers for Green Roof Systems E 2399 -11 Standard Test Method for Maximum Media Density for Dead Load Analysis of Green Roof Systems E 2400 -06 Standard Guide for Selection, Installation, and Maintenance of Plants for Green Roof Systems TRANSFERRED TO D 08. 24 SUMMER 2014 Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 11 E 60 Published Standards Green Cleaning: E 1971 -05 Standard Guide for Stewardship for the Cleaning of Commercial and Institutional Buildings Water Related: E 2635 -08 Standard Practice for Water Conservation in Buildings Through In-Situ Water Reclamation E 2717 -11 Standard Practice for Estimating the Environmental Load of Residential Wastewater E 2727 -10 Standard Practice for Assessment of Rainwater Quality E 2728 -11 Standard Guide for Water Stewardship in the Design, Construction, and Operation of Buildings Earthen Building: E 2392/E 2392 M-10 e 1 Standard Guide for Design of Earthen Wall Building Systems Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 12 E 60 Published Standards 9 Green Meeting Standards: Standard Specification for Evaluation and Selection of Venues for Environmentally Sustainable Meetings, Events, Trade Shows, and Conferences Standard Specification for Evaluation and Selection of Food and Beverage for Environmentally Sustainable Meetings, Events, Trade Shows, and Conferences Standard Specification for Evaluation and Selection of Onsite Offices for Environmentally Sustainable Meetings, Events, Trade Shows, and Conferences Standard Specification for Evaluation and Selection of Communication and Marketing Materials for Environmentally Sustainable Meetings, Events, Trade Shows, and Conferences Standard Specification for Evaluation and Selection of Audio Visual (AV) and Production for Environmentally Sustainable Meetings, Events, Trade Shows, and Conferences Standard Specification for Evaluation and Selection of Transportation for Environmentally Sustainable Meetings, Events, Trade Shows, and Conferences Standard Specification for Evaluation and Selection of Exhibits for Environmentally Sustainable Meetings, Events, Trade Shows, and Conferences Standard Specification for Evaluation and Selection of Destinations for Environmentally Sustainable Meetings, Events, Trade Shows, and Conferences Standard Specification for Accomodations and Selection of Destinations for Environmentally Sustainable Meetings, Events, Trade Shows, and Conferences Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 13 Standards under Development 13 Draft Standards/Initiatives ² Classification for product reclamation, ² ² ² ² including product take-back Infrastructure standards relating to development of building sites General principles of sustainability PCR for environmental declarations for building products and systems Chain of Custody Construction Waste Mgmt. Sustainable Dentistry Green Chemistry – AA and TPD/HPD Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 14 Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 15 Leadership and Roles – Members-at-Large (3) 15 New position to E 60 Exec. based on by-law changes in 2012. Christine Subasic [email protected] com Johanna Walsh Work on projects that will impact all members and outreach to members. [email protected] com Dan Figola [email protected] com “Voice of all members. ” Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 16 Leadership and Roles – Subcommittee Chairs 16 E 60. 01 (Construction) Barry Reid (2013) [email protected] com E 60. 02 (Hospitality) Lindsay Arrel (2013) [email protected] com E 60. 13 (Manufacturing) Amy Costello (2013) [email protected] com E 60. 80 (General): Rodney Mc. Phee (2008) [email protected] ca Responsible for helping TG leaders Set direction in the subcommittees Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 17 Leadership and Roles – Elected Officers 17 nd Committee Chair (1 st Term): Membership Secy (2 Term): Cmte. Vice Chair (1 st Term): Emily Lorenz [email protected] com Joe Schwetz Michael Schmeida [email protected] com schwetz. [email protected] sika. com Recording Secy (1 st Term): Terry Liles terry. [email protected] com Set vision, strategy and outreach for committee. Over site of ad hoc, TAGs. Support efforts of sub-chairs. Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 18 Leadership and Roles - Support Directors (2): • Role: • • Provide outside perspective Extensive ASTM/standards/code experience • • • [email protected] com Bob Wessel: • [email protected] org Role: • Chris Mathis: • • Staff Manager: • Provide guidance through processes. Advice Staff perspective Ideas Steve Mawn • [email protected] org Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 19 Issues Moving Through 2015 Younger leadership – but committed to development. Committee growing beyond its “roots”. Swiftly evolving sustainability and regulatory world. Standardizing the word “Social”. Member classification – Logical? Housekeeping and getting organized… “growing pains”. Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 20 Future Meetings 20 E 60 Follows the April-October Meeting Cycle. Many Members in Many Other Committees… Can Meet, Discuss, etc. Most Any Meeting. Standards Worldwide

A S T M I N T E R N A T I O A S T M I N T E R N A T I O N A L | COMMITTEE E 60 on Sustainability 21 Setting Standards for Sustainability ASTM International Committee E 60 THANKS! Standards Worldwide