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FAA Energy Order 1053.1A - Energy and Water Management Program For FAA Buildings and Facilities
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FAA Energy Order 1053.1A - Energy and Water Management Program For FAA Buildings and Facilities
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    NTL-AVIATION-Aviation Energy and Environment
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    This order provides Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) policies, procedures, and organizational responsibilities, in a focused and expanded agency energy and water planning and conservation program, for complying with the national mandates for the efficient use of our Nation's natural resources and in the conservation of resources for present and future generations. As the FAA moves into the 21st century, its mission assumes a prominence in the Nation's societal and economic well-being. The performance of this mission is critically dependent upon the availability of energy and clean water. In view of the current and forecast limitations in our Nation's natural resources, it is essential that careful planning and efficient use of those resources in the operation of agency buildings and facilities become hallmarks of the agency's commitment to the program. The consideration and appropriate implementation of energy and water conservation measures in all agency activities is a basic component of this resource management effort. Heightened environmental concerns and the threat of energy shortages have increased the attention on natural resource management. A strengthened national energy and water policy has been enacted by the President and Congress. As part of this national policy, the FAA's prioritization of resource planning and conservation reemphasizes the necessity for a comprehensive approach to energy and water management issues.
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