Environmental Programs Overview
GSA is involved in many programs and activities that enhance and protect the environment. Citizens may be interested in learning more about GSA's environmental programs and activities. For more information, please visit topics listed below.
GSA supports community development efforts by leveraging its federal real estate activities. The agency also establishes working partnerships with local federal customers and community organizations to address mutual neighborhood concerns.
Federal client agencies work with GSA to reduce environmental risks associated with hazardous waste.
GSA helps other federal agencies set up recycling programs that address the use of “environmentally oriented” products and services for the federal community.
GSA reduces federal utility costs by promoting optimal energy use. GSA offers strategic energy management programs to all federal agencies and non-profit organizations.
The National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) was created to ensure federal agencies consider the environmental impact of their actions and decision to protect the environment.
GSA offers a variety of environmental products and services to its federal customers to help them meet federal environmental laws and regulations.
Last Reviewed 7/9/2008