In 2014 the Government Resource Efficiency Policy (GREP) was announced. Its purpose is to reduce NSW government agency operating costs by implementing resource efficiency measures.
The policy applies to all general government sector agencies and it strongly recommends local government, state-owned corporations, public trading enterprises and public financial enterprises also take action.
The GREP includes measures, targets and minimum standards to drive efficiency in energy and water use and waste and also improving air quality.
What does this mean for my agency?
The GREP requires agencies to:
- incorporate resource efficiency considerations into all major decisions
- address the challenge of rising energy, water and waste management costs
- contribute to improving air quality
- leverage their purchasing power when procuring resource-efficient technology and services
- publish annual statements of their performance against the policy.
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We are here to help you meet your obligations under GREP.
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Page last updated: 22 September 2016