Resilience Resolutions - Ready in 2020
We're ringing in the New Year by focusing on resilience resolutions. Why resilience? Because resiliency enables the U.S. Army Reserve to anticipate, recover and adapt to changing conditions so citizen-Soldiers have the ability to respond at a moment’s notice. But it's not just the Army Reserve that's at risk with resilience vulnerabilities like natural disasters or cyberattacks. Soldiers, Civilians and our communities all must play our part to be mindful of energy and water use, reducing waste, and recycling more.
All January long, we're talking tips and sharing how the Army Reserve focuses on readiness. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to learn more.
Did You Know?
The Army Reserve Sustainability and Resilience Division focuses on mitigating risks posed by energy and water interruptions? Our priority is to ensure available, reliable, and quality power and water to continuously sustain critical missions.
Fiscal Year 2019 By The Numbers:
Helpful #ResilienceResolutions Links
Want to implement changes in 2020 that will help you conserve energy and water while reducing your bills? Check out these resources to find out more about energy and water initiatives, as well as everyday tips you can use at home and at work!
Energy Saver (Department of Energy)
U.S. Army Office of Energy Initiatives
Energy Information Administration
Environmental Protection Agency - Energy
Environmental Protection Agency - WaterSense
Environmental Protection Agency - Water Topics
The Army Reserve Sustainability Programs provide energy, water, environmental and solid waste solutions to harden Army Reserve facilities to help ensure that land, air and water resources are always available for the timely citizen-Soldier response.
Helpful Recycling Links
EPA Recycling Basics
EPA Facts and Figures about Materials, Waste and Recycling
EPA America Recycles Day
America Recycles Day
Information on Plastics
What Can I Recycle?
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For more information about Army Reserve Sustainability Programs, please contact Ms. Ashley Bradford at 703-806-6797.