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Re: Boiler plate P2 Policy Statement
A P2 Policy to be effective must reflect the culture of the organization. I
have prepared more than 50 statements to be incorporated in P2 Planning and
implementation projects. Each of these statements are different. What does the
company believe in? What do they wish to do? What is management willing to
conceed in this regard? Will they implement through a quality improvement
program instead of an environmental program? Do they already have an
environmental policy? Do they have ANY other written policies? There are lots
of other questions that you need to ask. I would strongly advise you to work
with management to derive something that will work at that utility instead of
trying to fit them into a boiler plate P2 Policy Statement.
You might wish to contact the Edison Electric Institute in Washington, D.C.
They conducted a P2 meeting about two years ago with their member firms.
Perhaps some of these utilities have P2 Policy Statements. Most utilities are
publicly traded. They may have P2 statements on their web sites. Good luck.
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