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www. mtes. org The MTES/MDE ISO 14000 Program Paul Gietka, Manager Environmental Engineering Program www. mtes. org The MTES/MDE ISO 14000 Program Paul Gietka, Manager Environmental Engineering Program University of Maryland MD Manufacturing Assistance Program ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org The Agenda • • • What is MTES/UMMAP? Environmental Management Systems www. mtes. org The Agenda • • • What is MTES/UMMAP? Environmental Management Systems The ISO 14000 Standard The MTES/MDE ISO 14000 Program Other MTES/MDE Collaborations ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

UMMAP/UNIVERSITY INFRASTRUCTURE A. James Clark School of Engineering MTECH Partnerships UMMMAP MIPS BREP 3 UMMAP/UNIVERSITY INFRASTRUCTURE A. James Clark School of Engineering MTECH Partnerships UMMMAP MIPS BREP 3 MTECH Ventures Hinman CEOs Venture Accelerator TAP

MTES/UMMAP Maryland Technology Extension Service is now UM Manufacturing Assistance Program • Manufacturing outreach MTES/UMMAP Maryland Technology Extension Service is now UM Manufacturing Assistance Program • Manufacturing outreach program within the University of Maryland College Park • Maryland’s MEP (Manufacturing Extension Partnership) Center 4

UMMAP SERVICES Lean Training and Implementation Assistance Environmental / Sustainability Plant Process Layout – UMMAP SERVICES Lean Training and Implementation Assistance Environmental / Sustainability Plant Process Layout – Facility Expansion or Company Relocation Other Engineering Consulting (e. g. Failure Analysis, Equipment Sourcing, Material/Machinery Issues) 5

What is an EMS? An EMS is a systematic approach to ensuring that environmental What is an EMS? An EMS is a systematic approach to ensuring that environmental activities are well managed in any organization. Because an EMS focuses on management practices, it can operate at facilities of widely varying size, complexity, and missions, whether they be offices, laboratories, ships, facilities, programs, or agencies. An EMS can provide managers with a predictable structure for managing, assessing, and continuously improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the management of their environmental activities. An EMS approach builds in periodic review by top management and emphasizes continuous improvement instead of crisis management. - (US EPA) A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

What is an EMS? Environmental management systems are “that part of the overall management What is an EMS? Environmental management systems are “that part of the overall management system which includes organizational structure, planning activities, responsibilities, practices, procedures, processes and resources for developing, implementing, achieving, reviewing and maintaining the environmental policy. “ – (ISO 14001, Environmental Management System Standard) A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

What is an EMS? An environmental management system is a series of related procedures What is an EMS? An environmental management system is a series of related procedures that are developed by an organization that identify the environmental issues that are affected by their operations, establish a plan to address these issues, monitor their effectiveness, and periodically review their status with top management. – (PMG, 2005) A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

The ISO 14000 Standard • The EMS standard developed by the International Organization for The ISO 14000 Standard • The EMS standard developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in Geneva Switzerland • Initially issued as an International standard in 1996 • Second edition issued in 2004 • Requires an organization to define an environmental policy and establish 16 management procedures that support the policy. • A formalized process that requires third party audits on a periodic and continuing basis A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

Core Elements of an EMS A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in Core Elements of an EMS A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

ISO 14001 - Structure ISO 14001: 2004 Section 1 Scope Section 2 Normative References ISO 14001 - Structure ISO 14001: 2004 Section 1 Scope Section 2 Normative References Section 3 Terms & Definitions Section 4 EMS Requirements

Section 4 – EMS Requirements Section 4 - EMS Requirements 4. 1 General Requirements Section 4 – EMS Requirements Section 4 - EMS Requirements 4. 1 General Requirements 4. 2 Environmental Policy 4. 3 Planning 4. 4 Implementation & Operation 4. 5 Checking 4. 6 Management Review

Element – Policy Top management commits to environmental improvement and establishes an environmental policy Element – Policy Top management commits to environmental improvement and establishes an environmental policy that: • Commits to continual improvement & pollution prevention • Commits to comply with legal and other requirements related to environmental aspects • Establishes a framework for setting and reviewing environmental objectives and targets • Is available to the public A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

Element – Planning Conduct a review of operations to: • • Identify legal requirements Element – Planning Conduct a review of operations to: • • Identify legal requirements Identify environmental aspects & impacts Establish objectives and set targets Devise a plan to meet those targets A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

Element – Implementation • Establish responsibilities • Develop operating and control procedures • Provide Element – Implementation • Establish responsibilities • Develop operating and control procedures • Provide training A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

Element – Evaluation • Monitor operations to determine if targets are being met • Element – Evaluation • Monitor operations to determine if targets are being met • Take corrective action if needed A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

Element - Review • Annual/periodic review of progress with top management • Modify the Element - Review • Annual/periodic review of progress with top management • Modify the EMS to optimize its effectiveness per top management direction • This creates the continuous improvement loop A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

Why Implement an EMS? • • Customer requirement Corporate requirement Federal mandate State mandate Why Implement an EMS? • • Customer requirement Corporate requirement Federal mandate State mandate Avoid citations and fines Improve your image Possibly save money A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org The MTES/MDE Program • • History Methodology Participants Results ____________________________________________________ A www. mtes. org The MTES/MDE Program • • History Methodology Participants Results ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org The MTES/MDE Program • A Collaborative Effort – MD Dept. of www. mtes. org The MTES/MDE Program • A Collaborative Effort – MD Dept. of the Environment (MDE) • Laura Armstrong, Pollution Prevention Coordinator – MD Technology Extension Service (i. e. UMMAP) • Curt Bluefeld, Facilitator • Paul Gietka, Manager ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org Funding History • • • US EPA PPIS grants as the www. mtes. org Funding History • • • US EPA PPIS grants as the funding source Match from MDE to leverage the funding MOU between MDE & MTES First grant awarded October 2001 Current funding through 2011 ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org Methodology • ISO 14000 based EMS implementations using group workshops & www. mtes. org Methodology • ISO 14000 based EMS implementations using group workshops & individual on site assistance • A company joins by submitting a commitment letter signed by the CEO • They commit to providing sufficient people & resources to complete the program • Registration is not required ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org Methodology • Groups of 3 -5 companies over a 6 month www. mtes. org Methodology • Groups of 3 -5 companies over a 6 month period – Four 1 day group meetings w/ homework – 1 st meeting at MDE. Other’s hosted by participants. – Individual technical assistance meetings at each company as needed. ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org Methodology • Final audit by MTES using industry mentors • Annual www. mtes. org Methodology • Final audit by MTES using industry mentors • Annual Awards Ceremony ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org EMS Program Progress (thru 2010): • 51 companies in 15 groups www. mtes. org EMS Program Progress (thru 2010): • 51 companies in 15 groups have completed the program • All have implemented an EMS in their plants • 27 have successfully registered to the ISO 14001 standard. (Registration is not required) ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org EMS Program Results (thru 2010): • 17, 501, 255 lbs of www. mtes. org EMS Program Results (thru 2010): • 17, 501, 255 lbs of waste reduced • Cost savings of $1, 369, 440 ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org EMS Program EMS Participants (thru 2010): AAI Corp. Locke Insulators ATK www. mtes. org EMS Program EMS Participants (thru 2010): AAI Corp. Locke Insulators ATK Elkton Modular Components National, Inc. Bookham Technology Nurad Technologies Chemspec, Inc. Perdue Cytec Engineered Materials Perkin. Elmer St. Lawrence Cement Collins and Aikman Procter & Gamble Filtronic Comtek Lafarge Quantum Photonics (TAP) FKI Logistex Rhodia, Inc. Heidtman Steel Smiths Detection K&L Microwave Unilever Best Foods ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org EMS Program EMS Participants (thru 2010): Shire Pharmaceuticals Coca Cola-Silver Spring www. mtes. org EMS Program EMS Participants (thru 2010): Shire Pharmaceuticals Coca Cola-Silver Spring Freedom Electronics Recycling Standard Register Colonial Metals Washington Metro. TA CDM EU Services Plasticoid Wm Burnett Human Genome Sciences Duvinage Airpax-Frederick Coca Cola-Baltimore General Dynamics RS Lorch Microwave L 3 BAI Thales Communications E End USA Kopflex Phoenix Mecano E-Structors Unilever HPC Franklin Square Hospital ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org EMS Program Current EMS Participants (started April 2010): Plymouth Tube - www. mtes. org EMS Program Current EMS Participants (started April 2010): Plymouth Tube - Salisbury Erachem Comilog – Baltimore ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org EMS Program Quotes: www. mtes. org EMS Program Quotes: "Our corporate parent is headquartered in the U. K. where there is a major focus on environmental management and green manufacturing. When the opportunity was presented by MDE to receive assistance in developing and implementing our environmental management system, we enthusiastically agreed to participate. We understand the difficulty and costs associated with ISO and EMS implementation, compliance and certification as well as finding a consulting service with proven experience and success. We have a very high opinion of the University of Maryland, its technical competence and experience related to ISO and business and quality excellence, having participated in the University of Maryland Programs ISO Consortium and U. S. Senate and Maryland Quality Program. ” John Mc. Nulla, President, Nurad Technologies (saved $110, 000) “We really enjoyed the program. We particularly liked its interactive nature (i. e. , working closely with other organizations), the free exchange of information, and the invaluable technical assistance. ” Dan Rettig, Perkin. Elmer Fluid Sciences (saved $90, 000) ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org Other MDE/MTES Programs for Manufacturers • P 2 Site Assessments • www. mtes. org Other MDE/MTES Programs for Manufacturers • P 2 Site Assessments • P 2 Internships *P 2 = Pollution Prevention ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org P 2 Site Assessments • An on site evaluation of the www. mtes. org P 2 Site Assessments • An on site evaluation of the facility to identify cost-saving & waste reducing P 2 opportunities • Typically two engineers over ½ to 1 day • Report highlights existing P 2 practices, then provides recommendations (with cost savings, if available) ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org P 2 Site Assessments Progress: • To date, 72 assessments completed www. mtes. org P 2 Site Assessments Progress: • To date, 72 assessments completed • Printers, Vehicle Repair shops/Dealerships, Aerospace, Metal Fabricators, Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Brewery ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org P 2 Site Assessments Results (2009): • Identified $162, 000 in www. mtes. org P 2 Site Assessments Results (2009): • Identified $162, 000 in potential savings • Participants claimed increased investment of $52, 000 • “What a great service. I highly recommend it to others. ” Carol Green, owner, Groundfloor Xposure (saved $5, 500) ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org P 2 Internship • Undergraduate/graduate engineering students hired to perform in-depth www. mtes. org P 2 Internship • Undergraduate/graduate engineering students hired to perform in-depth engineering evaluations of potential P 2 projects • Work part time in Spring Semester – Learning about P 2, the industry and available resources • Work full time Summer – At company - collecting data, evaluating alternatives, engineering design, cost benefit analyses • Finalized in a report to company with recommendations and costs ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org P 2 Internship Progress: • 14 projects at 9 companies with www. mtes. org P 2 Internship Progress: • 14 projects at 9 companies with 5 interns • Participating companies – Airpax, Alcore, Automated Coatings, General Die Finishing, Rhodia, Stone Industrial, Victor Graphics, Kopflex, EU Services ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org P 2 Internship Two Interns this summer: • Fritolay • Thales www. mtes. org P 2 Internship Two Interns this summer: • Fritolay • Thales Communications ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org P 2 Internship Results: • Identified over $350, 000 in potential www. mtes. org P 2 Internship Results: • Identified over $350, 000 in potential savings • Reduced water use by 180, 000 gallons per month • Reduced phosphorus discharge by 50 % • Reduced ammonia emissions by 40% ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org P 2 Internship Quotes: “We feel the benefits gained were invaluable. www. mtes. org P 2 Internship Quotes: “We feel the benefits gained were invaluable. ” Woody Cannon, EH& S manager, Airpax (saved 150, 000 gallons of water/month & reduced pretreatment costs) “The whole program is outstanding. Everyone (intern and advisors) did a great job and was very accessible. I would do it all over again. ” Paul Wajbel, owner. General Die Finishing (saved $45, 000) “The P 2 Intern Project was a beneficial endeavor on all of our parts. ” John Easto, Stone Industrial. (Identified savings of $90, 000 annually) “In manufacturing, there’s always the potential for problems and for opportunities. This service help us identify those opportunities. ” David Gishel, VP, Victor Graphics. (Saved $32, 000 year) ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org Case Study – P 2 Program Company: Garrett Container Systems • www. mtes. org Case Study – P 2 Program Company: Garrett Container Systems • Manufacturer of custom designed aluminum containers for military and commercial applications. ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org Case Study – P 2 Program Sample of recommendations: • The www. mtes. org Case Study – P 2 Program Sample of recommendations: • The current paint filters are disposable. The dried filters are sent to the landfill for disposal. The company should investigate the feasibility of using reusable paint filters. • The waste paint and solvent used for cleaning is stored in a 55 gallon drum and shipped to an incinerator as a waste fuel – good P 2 practice. But the lacquer thinner to clean the paint spray guns could be recycled using a solvent distillation unit, and re-used. • Many drill bits of various sizes are used throughout the operation, and are discarded when dull. Re-sharpening them in house should be considered. ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org Case Study – P 2 Program Results: • To date, Company www. mtes. org Case Study – P 2 Program Results: • To date, Company has implemented 2 recommendations • Savings estimated at $8, 000 ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org Case Study – P 2 Internship Company: Alcore, Inc • Manufacturer www. mtes. org Case Study – P 2 Internship Company: Alcore, Inc • Manufacturer of aluminum honeycomb core products for the aerospace industry ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org Case Study – P 2 Internship Recommendation: • Install an ion www. mtes. org Case Study – P 2 Internship Recommendation: • Install an ion exchange system on the waste water discharge from the anodizing process to maintain aluminum concentration in the bath and reduce phosphorous and water discharged to sewer. ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org Case Study – P 2 Internship Results: • Cost: $58, 000 www. mtes. org Case Study – P 2 Internship Results: • Cost: $58, 000 • Savings: $37, 000/year ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org Case Study - EMS Program Company: Perkin Elmer Fluid Sciences • www. mtes. org Case Study - EMS Program Company: Perkin Elmer Fluid Sciences • Manufacturer of high tech seals and related components ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org Case Study - EMS Program Results: • Company implemented an EMS www. mtes. org Case Study - EMS Program Results: • Company implemented an EMS and successfully registered to ISO 14001 standard • Savings: $90, 000/year (NIST survey) ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.

www. mtes. org Questions/Comments? ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in www. mtes. org Questions/Comments? ____________________________________________________ A program of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute in the A. James Clark School of Engineering, and a NIST MEP Affiliate.