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Approved For Release 2003/11/06 : CIA-RDP85-00988R000300030010-6 Per/d /2/t-ita PRevrousty 04/910y6 60746(2. mte-066- DArA FROM ts) *4) lirr/3? - Approved For Release 2003/11/06 : CIA-RDP85-00988R000300030010-6 Approved For Release 2003/11/06 : CIA-RDP85-00988R000300030010-6 SUMMARY OF VEHICLE MILEAGE April - June 1975 Sedans and station wagons - LSD FY 1973 Adjusted Base Mileage for Quarter Mileage for Reporting Quarter Percent of Increase Percent of Decrease 312,380 328,096 5.0 Buses and limousines - LSD 71,375 63,734 10.7 Light trucks: LSD 67,950 66,940 1.5 20,461 18,733 8.4 Totals 88,411 85,673 3.1 Heavy trucks: LSD 7,259 7,910 9.0 51,306 51,077 0.4 Totals 58,565 58,987 .7 Grand totals - All vehicles 530,731 536,490 1.1 The upswing in sedan mileage is a result of the continuing requirement to transport both staff individuals and documents in support of the investigating committees. heavy-L(-Tkug& uy LK has increased because of the need to transport furniture for refinishing under the Offire-Hceilebre program. Approved For Release 2003/11/06 : CIA-RDP85-00988R000300030010-6 Approved For Release 2003/11/06 : CIA- IDP85-00988R00000 Si-ketTLE COuratEn- kA0rOrz Porn, TOTAL %14u771.1. CbuaterL moron. PooL I0 12 IS 15 16 18 19 20 26 27 28 29 CouCtER- kttrroe, Poo L. FT IOTAL 21 30 3( 32 3 35 SOL et TLE C_ou CLI EZ t-lorce Pool. S.44 LIME _CO UM.E12- jr? P00 Cbu elm Oita P pot- Toila S44vn-L court' ee. cr mon?. Po_ot-- 53STAL Ri ER. Mara PooL. _ P.Te% I1I!i!IIiiflI1 11 IiIIiIU 1011111 11 1111"I 1r111111 M 111111111111111111111111 gill 11 EP ig 11 ME Mm pg Minim I obi hill ? mum um " Inn ion mum II rrRefetsselif3013/41./No: CIA411BEI8A-CgiSadi9. 01)30403P(14026reed Rules Appendix C to Subpart F of Part 436? General Operations Energy Conservation Measures (a) The following individual measures or set of measures must be considered for Inclusion in each agency 10-year energy management plan. (1) Federal Employee Ridesha ring Programs?These measures would include the use of vanpooling and carpooling and would comply with existing GSA regulations governing parking. (2) Fleet Profile Change?These measures would include energy considerations in equipment selection and assignment. (3) Fleet Mileage Efficiency?These measures would be concerned with agency plans to implement existing orders and laws 'related to vehicle fuel economy. (4) Driver Training?These measures would develop appropriate programs for training operators of U.S. Government vehicles in energy conservation. (5) Maintenance Procedures Improvement?These measures would insure" proper vehicle maintenance to optimize energy conservation. (6) Operating Procedures Improvement? These measures should consider cooperative passenger shuttle and courier services on an interagency or other basis within each metropolitan area. (7) Mass Transit?These measures would encourage employee use of existing services for business-related activities and commuting. (8) Public Education to Promote Vanpoolin,g and Carpooling?All agencies should consider measures to support the EPCA requirement to establish "responsible public education programs to promote vanpooling and carpooling arrangements" through their employee awareness programs. (0) Elimination of Free or Subsidized Employee Parking?Free or subsidized employee parking must be eliminated on Federal installations in accordance with OMB Cir, A-118, August 13, 1079. (10) Two-Wheeled Vehicle Programs? Measures which encourage the substitution of bicycles, mopeds, etc. for automobiles for commuting and operational purposes should be considered. These could include the establishment of weather-protected secure storage facilities and restricted routes for these vehicles on Federal property. Also, cooperative programs with local civil authorities could be established. (11) Consolidation of Facilities and Process .tiativities?These measures would include such measures as physical consolidation of operations to minimize intra-operational travel and may include facility closure or conversion. Alternative work patterns, availability of transportation, energy resource availability, end technical and financial feasibility are among the considerations that should be evaluated. (12) Procurement Programs?In addition to existing regulations, these measures could Include additional incentives for contractor energy conservation. (13) Energy Conservation Awareness Programs?These programs would be aimed Approved toward gaining and perpetuatin,g employeee awareness and participation in energy conservation measures on the lob and in their personal activisies. (14) Cornraunicetion--These measures would include substrtutioa of communications for physical navel (15) Dress Godes--These measures would allow employees greater freedom in their choice of wearing apparel in view of the new thermostat regulations. (16) Land Use?These measures would include energy considerations to be employed sinew site selection. (17) Automatic Data Processing (ADP)? These measures would address all energy aspects of ADP operation and equipment selection. (18) Aircraft Operations?Energy- conserving measures should be developed for both military and Federal administrative and research and development aircraft operations. (IP) GOCO Facilities and Industrial Plants Operated by Federal Employees?These facilities and plants should develop energy conservation plans that Include energy efficient periodic matatenance eacesares. (20) Energy-Conserving Capital Pie and Equipment Modification?Energy conservation and life cycle cost parameter , measures should be developed for replacement of capital plant and equipment (21) Process Improvements?Measures to improve energy conservation in industrial process operations should be developed. These could include consideration of equipment replacement or modifications, as well as scheduling and other operational changes. (2.2) Improved Steam Maintenance and Management?Measures to improve energy efficiency of steam systems should be considered. These could include Improved maintenance, installation of energy- conserving devices, and the operational use of substitutes for live steam where feasible. (23) Improvements in Waste Heat Recovaiy?Measures utilizing waste hear for other purposes should be considered. (24) Improvement in Boiler Operations? Energy-conserving retrofit measures should be considered for boiler operations. (25) Improved Insulation?Measures addressing the addition or replacement of Insulation on pipes, storage tanks, and in other appropriation areas should be considered. (26) Scheduling by Major Electric Power Users?Measures to shift major electrical power demands to non-peak hours, to the maximum extent possible, should be considered. (27) Alternative Fuels?Measures should be considered to alter equipment such as generators to lower quality fuels and to fill new requirements with those that use alternative fuels. The use of gasohol in stationary gasoline-powered equipment should be considered, in particular. (28) Cogeneration?Measures to make full use of cogeneration in preference to single- power generation should be considered. (29) General Training?All agencies should consider measures to support the FPCA requirement to establish and implement "a ? responenbte public - encourage energy co,ils,Irvatio(. d efficiency" through their employee k programs (30) Mobility Training and Ope:,,' Readiness?All agencies should es: measures which can reduce tint rg,y through u,e use of simulators, communications, computers for pis,: (31) Energy Conservation Inspece Instruction Teams?Agencies shos' measures which formalize and eerie review of energy conservation thee inspections to determine where spe, Improvements can be made ar.d followed by an instruction and traie program. (32) Intra- and Interagency L- 'orm. Exchange Program?Measures prov' free exchange of energy c,onservatie oriel_ experiences between elerre agency and between other agencies same geographic area should be cot (33) Recycled Waste?Agenciee E consider measures to recycle w as to include glass, alieninunz cenzett brick. garbage, asphalt road ma terms any material which requires a pe trs base. (34) Coal Converslora?Mea sure ? accomplish conversion from pe fuels in coal should be cransider f appropriate equipment (35) Operational Lighting?ass se lighting consumed in operatione. ex. GOCO plants may be reduced by: a off by means of automatic conti. maximizing the use el daylight L. i planning- keeping window and Lehi clean and replacing faxtures who: to deteriorate, rather than when altogether, providing automatic controls to reduce lighting wlier Increases; and cleaning the wore daylight, if possible. rather than a, (38) Lighting Fixtures?Energy ei. lighting can be increased. The fees., reveals the relative efficacies of cc Lamp types. Lane 1090 Lorene Mitt Turviten Lev Itiolotn tuartocrot burp_ 1648-oxy Mad* menp Kph vesure scdcrn harry_ Low pnviture scdurn 85 ICO Ito leo 137) Industrial Euffcrings Heat:, measures to Improve the energy cee. of industrial buildings are: fixing ho roofs, walls and windows; fittire doors; fitting controls to heating sy s - of "economizer units" which circulai back down from roof level to grou I use of (=trolled ventiabon. insaite walls and rooL use of "optimisers" c optimum start controls to heeties that the heating switch-on is dicte actual temperature conditions rathe simply by time. ? (38) Hull Cleaning and Antifoul Coating?Nie:asures to reduce crane consumption through periodic clean. hulls and propellers to include the . antifouleig coatings. or Release 2003/11/06 : CIA-RDP85-00988R000300030010-6