Jay Collier, Director of Facilities | firstname.lastname@example.org
928 S. Hinman Drive | Prescott AZ 86305 | 928-445-2515 | Fax 443-3238
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928 S. Hinman Dr. | Prescott AZ 86305
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Energy Conservation in PUSD
APS/PUSD Energy Conservation Program (Download informational .pdf)
Prescott Unified School District is actively taking steps to reduce energy costs. In June 2005, Arizona Public Service Energy Services provided an electrical/water/gas audit of PUSD and made recommendations to the administration for cost effective installations and renovations to all facilities within PUSD. The Governing Board approved over $2 million to implement the energy conservation measures, which were designed to pay for themselves over a period of time. PUSD was awarded the “Governor’s Award for Energy Efficiency” for implementing the comprehensive energy plan.
Cost Saving Measures – PUSD Expectations of Employees / General Energy Conservation Tips
Use of personal appliances such as refrigerators, microwaves and coffee makers is prohibited. Staff lounges are provided for kitchen appliances.
Unless pre-approved, the use of personal space heaters is prohibited. In cool weather, dress warmly and wear layers.
Turn off room lights if you are leaving for more than 5 minutes.
Turn off lights at the end of the school day.
Turn off computers at the end of the work day (except Tuesdays when the district virus protection software runs).
Close exterior doors and windows when heating or air conditioning is on.
Make sure heating and cooling vents are open and not blocked by furniture or other objects.
Use energy-efficient lighting. Replace incandescent bulbs with fluorescent ones.
Replace fluorescent T-12 bulbs with more efficient T-8 bulbs.
Replace incandescent exit lights with three to seven watt LED exit lights. These lights last longer (up to 25 years) and reduce maintenance costs.
Install timing devices on lights, vending machines and copiers to power down the
machines during times of low use.
Turn off advertising lights on vending machines; this can save up to $100 a year
on energy costs.
There are many rooms that receive plentiful amounts of natural sunlight and do not need to be lit during certain times of the day.
Use email instead of paper correspondence and think before you print.
Copy and print on both sides of paper.
Use discarded paper for scrap paper.
Reuse and repurpose items such as envelopes, folders, and other supplies.
|APPLIANCE||USE||COST PER MONTH|
|Air conditioner||10.0 SEER rating||$25|
|Space heater||1000 watt – 6 hrs./day||$14|
|Fax machine||1 hr./day||$.40|
|Coffee maker||1 mo./daily||$.70|
|Lighting||8 hrs./day, 100-watt incandescent bulb||$1.92|
|Lighting||8 hrs./day, 40-watt fluorescent bulb||$.77|