Green Goods and Services (GGS) Respondents

Form Type J—NAICS 92—Public Administration

Green goods and services categories

Examples (this is not an exhaustive list)

Environmental compliance, education and training, and public awareness.

Products and services that:

  • enforce environmental regulations
  • provide education/training related to green technologies/practices
  • increase public awareness of environmental issues

Develop, issue and enforce the following environmental standards:

      • EnergyStar
      • USDA certified organic
      • Design for the Environment
      • WaterSense
      • SmartWay
      • BurnWise

Develop, issue, and regulate the following environmental programs:

      • USDA biopreferred product list
      • EPA environmentally preferable purchasing program

Develop new Federal environmental standards, programs, or policies

Enforcement of environmental protection laws

Utilities regulation

Administer waste management programs

Regulate pollutant emissions

Provide or develop technical courses covering environmental preservation

Oversee scientific developments related to the environment

Renewable energy.

Products and services that:

  • generate electricity, heat, or fuel from non-fossil, renewable fuel sources
  • generate electricity, heat, or fuel from waste

Wind power production

Solar power production

Hydroelectric power production

Biomass power production

Geothermal power production

Ocean (tidal, wave, current, and thermal) power production

Landfill gas/solid waste power production

Other renewable electric power production (please specify):

Pollution mitigation and greenhouse gas reduction.

Products and services that:

  • reduce or eliminate pollution or greenhouse gases

Nuclear power production

Sewage treatment plants

Water treatment plants

Landfill gas/solid waste power production

Waste-to-Energy facilities

Recycling and reuse.

Products and services that:

  • collect, reuse, remanufacture, or recycle
  • compost waste materials

Waste management facilities

    • Solid and hazardous waste collection
    • Solid waste landfills, incinerators, combustors
    • Hazardous waste treatment and disposal
    • Remediation services
    • Materials recovery
    • Septic tank services

Geothermal steam production

Landfill gas/solid waste power production

Waste-to-Energy facilities

Last Modified Date: March 14, 2012

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