Oracle develops thousands of products that help customers reduce their environmental impact. Electricity usage at Oracle headquarters in Redwood Shores, California has dropped 31 percent over the last 10 years. Oracle's hardware manufacturing facilities are ISO 14001 certified. Oracle received LEED-NC silver certification at its new 190,000 square foot building in Hyderabad, India. Oracle drastically reduced its travel-related footprint by requiring that, when appropriate, meetings take place using Oracle Web Conferencing. Oracle OpenWorld 2011 sourced 88 percent of menu ingredients from within 250 miles of the event venue. Oracle named Jon Chorley, vice president of supply chain management and product strategy, as its chief sustainability officer. Oracle released Oracle Environmental Accounting and Reporting, a product that enables companies to better manage and report their environmental footprint. For the fifth year in a row, Oracle Eco-Enterprise Innovation Awards were issued to customers that are using our products to meet their sustainability goals. Oracle's Austin Data Center and Utah Compute Facility qualified for EPA ENERGY STAR rating. Oracle runs its Austin Data Center cooling and power distribution systems at energy levels 60 percent more efficient than the industry average. Oracle operates its Utah Compute Facility at energy levels 70 percent more efficient than the industry standard. Our office in Pleasanton, California, is LEED Silver-certified. Oracle owns four facilities that are EPA ENERGY STAR-certified and three facilities that are designated as BOMA 360 Performance Buildings. Our facilities in the UK are Energy Performance-certified. While developing a new lab in Santa Clara, California, we diverted 185 tons (86%) of demolition debris from landfill. Oracle employees dedicate volunteer time to more than 120 environmental projects annually.