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Sustainable Purchasing

Have you ever wondered what the environmental impact of your business’s day-to-day operations might be? A new video from OSD’s Environmentally Preferable Products (EPP) Procurement Programs takes viewers through the simple purchasing decisions that go into reducing the environmental and public health impact of state and local government purchases. For additional information on the Commonwealth’s EPP Procurement Programs, please visit the EPP website or email the Director of Environmental Purchasing, Julia.Wolfe@mass.gov.

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