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Report on Eco-Homes Project 1.

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Title: Eco-Homes Project Initiative Objective: Compile data and analysis for development for housing project Eco-Homes at location and address of the project. Report by: Dr. Larry Marshall, CEO EcoVision Projects, Empire Construction and Infrastructure Group. Key Contents: A Detailed plan, proposition, execution schedule and analysis of the project idea of an eco-friendly settlement put forth by Dr. Jason Smith, New Projects Department, Empire Construction and Infrastructure Group (mother company). Reporting and Analysis Time: 1 month Project Implementation Time: 17 months Assumptions: The time frame and execution is framed, taking into consideration the seasonal elements of climate and other turnover ratios, experienced in the previous financial year.

2. Letter of transmittal Attached, letter of transmittal, conveying the idea by Dr Smith, consisting of the core features of report. 3. Table of Contents

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Summary and Synopsis of the Project Introduction Discussion and Details Conclusion Recommendations

4. Summary and Synopsis The Eco-Homes Project Initiative is an underway project which has been conceived by the Empire Group. The basic ideology of the initiative is eco-friendly living. The Empire group intends to build a mega residential complex which is spread over 35 acres of land, and house around about 150 households, which are self sufficient in several ways. The complex thrives on the basis of inbuilt agricultural center, animal husbandry center, building gardens, fuel cell and bio-gas-propane generators of electricity, massive solar panels which provide heat to the homes and also electricity. The complex will span over the 35 acre premise and will consist of 3 core residential centers 15 solar panel driven green houses, 2 orchards, 5 gardens, 3 pastures and 3 animal husbandry centers cum dairies and a staff of 33 people. 5. Discussion and Details Some common points, details and conclusions that were drawn in the meeting of project engineers, company architects, cost accountants and the CFA's go as follows.

The project will bring a substantial revenue if all 150 houses are sold off at a price of amount per house hold. The project will be a highly big commercial success as it is not just situated in the city but, once the customer buys the housing facility his usual bills that include, electricity and water bill will be cut down to half. The only con that is foreseen is that the sale value is huge. There are 5 phases of the project, namely, the basic foundation phase, housing complex 1 phase, followed by 2 and 3, with the last phase being the development of all the support and

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infrastructure facility. It is estimated that every phase would go on for 3 months plus a backup of 2 months has been provided. The sales for real estate would begin with the completion of housing complex 1, followed by complex 2 and 3. By the end of complex 3, the real estate market rates would have increased by 7.8%. This price escalation however is not included in any of the calculations. The cost sheets showing cost projections for the project have been attached. A 5 year maintenance, free of cost has been provided for the complex. An operation cost of about $500 per 2 months is to be paid by every household to keep the operations going.

6. Conclusion The project team recommends that this project should be taken up and executed as fast as possible as the real estate market is and the eco-friendly products have been consistently showing positive rises in the past 5 years. 7. Recommendation In order to reduce operational cost of $500 for every two months, which is incurred by the residents, the project team recommends more research and development. It a selling point that can be put forth to boost sales.

Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................ 3 ANNUAL REVIEW ..................................................................................................................................... 3 CAPACITY................................................................................................................................................... 3 SUPPLIER EVALUATION ........................................................................................................................ 4 TOOLING MANAGEMENT...................................................................................................................... 4 MANUFACTURABILITY REVIEW........................................................................................................... 4 WEB SCHEDULING/DELIVERY METRICS ............................................................................................... 6 WEB SCHEDULING...................................................................................................................................... 6 BENDIX WEB SCHEDULE/RELEASES FEATURES INCLUDE: .......................................................................... 6 SUPPLIER DELIVERY METRICS ................................................................................................................... 6 QUALITY ..................................................................................................................................................... 6 QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM FOR PROCUREMENT(QMPP) ........................................................ 6 SUPPLIER INITIATED CHANGE .................................................................................................................... 7 MATERIAL CONCESSION REQUEST ............................................................................................................. 7 NPT & NPFT ............................................................................................................................................. 7 ADHESIVE TEST FOR PAINTCOATING.......................................................................................................... 8 COST OF POOR QUALITY (COPQ) ........................................................................................................ 8 PACKAGING ............................................................................................................................................... 9 TRANSPORTATION ............................................................................................................................ 9 SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS ............................................................................................................... 10 IDENTIFICATION ....................................................................................................................................... 10 SUPPLIER REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................................................................ 11 HEALTH AND SAFETY........................................................................................................................... 12 HSE SUPPLIER EVALUATION.................................................................................................................... 12 CHEMICAL AND PROCESS EVALUATION REQUEST.................................................................................... 12 PROHIBITION AND DECLARATION OF SUBSTANCES .................................................................................12 CONTACT INFORMATION ................................................................................................................... 14 BENDIX FACILITIES .................................................................................................................................. 14 ACRONYMS ............................................................................................................................................. 15 DOCUMENTS .................................................................................................................................16-200

INTRODUCTION Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC (BCVS) is a member of the KnorrBremse Group. (BCVS) supplies air brake systems, wheel-end and electronic braking systems, vehicle modules and leading-edge safety technologies. These products are produced under the Bendix brand name for medium-duty and heavy-duty trucks, tractors, trailers, buses and other commercial vehicles. Employing more than 1,800 people, Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems is headquartered in Elyria, Ohio, with manufacturing plants in Acua, Mexico, Huntington, Indiana and Bowling Green, Kentucky. The supplier business manual is intended to familiarize suppliers with Bendix standards and operations. It includes the details for capacity, tooling, quality, scheduling, packaging and transportation along with other Bendix procedures. The content of this manual may supplement, but does not supersede contracts, purchase orders or BW specifications.

ANNUAL REVIEW Bendix may conduct an annual review with selected suppliers. The review will bebased on criteria that Bendix deems critical at that point in time. The review process may begin with the supplier filling out a MPPS form. Bendix will decide if further actions such as meetings, conference calls or supplier on-site visits are necessary.

CAPACITY Bendix, and thereby our suppliers, operate in the cyclical truck industry. Bendix and our suppliers must be able to handle a 30-40% order fluctuation. When the supplier is notified of forecast increases, the supplier is responsible to complete an internal capacity audit within a reasonable time frame. In times of increased demand, Bendix may also ask suppliers to provide monthly or quarterly updates on capacity. The Bendix capacity analysis sheet will be used for this analysis.

SUPPLIER EVALUATION The supplier evaluation is an assessment of the supplier's compatibility with Bendix and their production processes used for intended components. The supplier evaluation is to be utilized initially as a self-evaluation completed by the supplier. All sections must be completed including the z-score worksheet. Once completed, a follow up visit by 2 or more Bendix personnel will conclude the supplier evaluation. Each supplier manufacturing facility will be evaluated separately.

TOOLING MANAGEMENT Tooling for BCVS parts will be completed at a qualified Tool & Die, pattern shop or manufacturing facility. General maintenance of tooling is a requirement of the supplier. Maintenance of tooling is needed to produce parts according to Bendix requirements. Replacement and refurbishment forecasts are required by Bendix on an annual basis. The date that forecasts are due is provided below. Copies of Process Sheets, Tool Drawings, and simulations (as required) are to be sent to Supplier Tooling Management at PPAP submission date. Send to: Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC, 901 Cleveland St., Elyria OH 44035 Key date for suppliers: April 1st:Vendor tooling forecast is key to establish the AOP for the followingyear, and is to be filled out and submitted to Bendix on this date. Information will include updates for the current year with explanations, plus any information added since the prior report.

MANUFACTURABILITY REVIEW The Supplier Manufacturability Review is a forum intended to provide attention to factors that ultimately affect the manufacture and quality of purchased parts. Also to insure that all relevant BCVS requirements are addressed with suppliers. Reviews assume that suppliers have previously quoted parts to the current designs and that they are able to manufacture to those designs. Manufacturability Review meetings should address all aspects of the manufacture, quality and delivery of a part. Consideration may include, but is not limited to the following: material specifications, treatment specifications, drawing specifications; quality requirements, PPAP requirements, testing, gauging, inspection; tooling; manufacturing process capability, process FMEA, process control plans; packaging and transportation; inventory requirements, consignment, piece prices, and manufacturing lot sizes. Participants may include, but are not limited to, representatives from the following: BCVS Attendees Supply Base Management Plant Purchasing Supplier Quality Assurance Plant Quality Product Engineering Manufacturing Engineering Project Manager Supplier Attendees Sales or Marketing Supplier Engineering Quality Assurance Manufacturing Engineering Tool Engineering

Required Pre-Work to be submitted prior to Manufacturability Review Process Flow Chart PFMEA Control Plan APQP Status Report BCVS Team Feasibility Commitment BCVS Supplier Capacity Analysis All materials must be submitted by supplier one week prior to scheduled review to the Elyria Supply Base Management Commodity Specialist/Buyer.

WEB SCHEDULING/DELIVERY METRICS Web Scheduling New suppliers will receive a username, password and training documents for Bendix s production scheduling system. Schedules can be downloaded at https://esp.bendix.com. Suppliers are required to review their schedules at a minimum of once per week, as schedules may vary. Bendix Web Schedule/Releases features include: View all future releases on Web site, or download them to Excel Delivery Metrics are available on web site Web site is operational 24 hours a day Last Receipts and Cumulative shipping quantities are available on the web site Supplier Delivery Metrics On time delivery is defined as arriving between 5 days early and 5 days late from the schedule due date. Delivery metrics are weighted. Percentage of correct quantity at the correct due date. Weighted on-time delivery percentage calculation: Sum of the On Time Receipts Quantities / Sum of Scheduled Quantities for the reporting period QUALITY Quality Management Program for Procurement (QMPP) The following Manual, QMPP, defines the Supplier Quality Requirements for production suppliers to Bendix and Knorr Bremse Systeme Fur Nutzfahrzeuge including the enterprise Hasse & Wrede GmbH. Suppliers should review this manual and then sign the QMPP Confirmation contained on page 36 of the QMPP. Suppliers must also complete the self assessment entitled, QMPP Compliance Evaluation. The completed confirmation page along with the compliance evaluation form must be returned together to the following address:

Bendix Supplier Quality 901 Cleveland Street Elyria, Ohio 44035 Fax: 440-329-9139 E-MAIL: sqd@bendix.com

Supplier Initiated Change Suppliers shall notify Bendix Supplier Quality Development at www.sqd@BENDIX.com of any forthcoming process or site changes using the Product / Process Change Notification Form.

The Bendix Supplier Quality Development Engineer will distribute appropriately. Failure to submit to sqd@BENDIX.com will delay the approval process. Design or product changes shall be directed to the applicable Product Engineer. Approved Product / Process Change Notifications must be included with the PPAP submission. Material Concession Request Under no circumstances shall a supplier ship product that does not conform to the Bendix print without prior approval from Bendix. A Material Concession Request (MCR) form must be completed then reviewed by Production engineers, plant quality managers and resident engineers. An approved NCM request allows material that deviates from the print to be shipped to a Bendix plant. This is a temporary action; the supplier must complete a corrective action to bring the product back to specification. MCR s are not granted for critical characteristics.

NPT & NPTF If NPT or NPTF pipe threads are being used at a BCVS facility or by a BCVS Supplier, then an inspection process must take place on the threads. This procedure applies to all BCVS personnel involved in inspecting NPT and NPTF pipe threads, or individuals making a decision on the acceptability of thread quality. Adhesive Test for Paintcoating If a production part being shipped to a Bendix plant that is required to be painted or coated, then an adhesion test must be administered. The attached instruction establishes and details an expedient method of evaluating and comparing adhesive strength of paints. This method employs pressure sensitive tape affixed to the test surface and then stripped. This instruction documents the contents of Work Instruction 90037 (Materials Lab Procedure #32) in an ISO format. This instruction applies to all BCVS BW material and process specifications as referenced in the respective documents themselves. The attached file is to be used as a guideline; it does not supersede the BW-spec.

COST OF POOR QUALITY (COPQ) Failure of a supplier s products and services to meet BCVS quality and delivery requirements will result in a monetary charge. This will allow BCVS to identify, and recover, the true acquisition costs associated with purchased products. This policy applies to all BCVS locations. It applies to all suppliers including production, service and MRO. All quality incidents will automatically generate an administrative charge. This will apply to any supplier responsible quality issue that results in a rejection report generated within BCVS. The Supplier Charge Back form includes this administrative charge as the first line item in the list of charges. This fee is standard within BCVS. It may be revised from time to time as appropriate. The current administrative charge is $250.00. The $250.00 administrative charge is the charge for first time incidents. When there is a repetitive reject within a sixmonth time period on the same part number and defect, the administrative charge will increase to $500.00. Man-hours associated with all supplier caused quality incidents will be charged back as an hourly rate. All BCVS plants will have the same hourly rate. These hourly rates may be revised from time to time as appropriate. The current hourly rate is $75.00/hour. If a supplier is to dispute Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ) rejections, or Supplier Quality Notifications (Q2), there is a policy to follow. The intention of this policy is provide a structured method for a fair mediation between the initiator of charges and the supplier when there is a disagreement in assigning responsibility. The dispute process may be initiated internally by BCVS personnel, or externally by BCVS suppliers. PACKAGING The BW5347- Packaging Requirements for Production Parts Manual was developed to assist Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems suppliers in meeting the company s requirements for delivering quality parts at the lowest reasonable cost. In addition, this manual will facilitate the goal of standardized packaging and handling of production part shipments to all Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems plant locations. Suppliers are responsible for developing and ensuring that their packaging conforms to these requirements, is economical for the parts involved, and that the parts are received in a damage free condition at the point of use. The BW5348 - Shipping/Parts Identification Requirements Manual, developed by BCVS, provides guidelines for printing and applying a shipping identification label which comply with the AIAG B-10 Trading Partner Labels (Latest Edition). These requirements endorse identification label standardization, which will improve productivity and control in receiving, warehousing, inventory processing, and shipping. These requirements apply to all external suppliers of productive materials to Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems.

TRANSPORTATION Bendix has specific transportation shipping routing instructions for suppliers to follow. These routing instructions are easily available, and failure to comply may result in a charge back to the supplier. A third party logistics company is used to coordinate the inbound flow of supplier material to all the BCVS facilities. When a supplier is ready to make a shipment to Bendix, they should call 877-681-1949 for shipping instructions. For international shipments there must be an invoice in English with the shipment showing: 1) The value of the shipment 2) The Country of "manufacture" 3) Notify party is UPS Supply Chain Solutions (previously Emery Customs Brokers)

SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS Identification Symbols to be used to identify Special Characteristics are C/C (Critical), S/C (Significant), Star, Shield, Delta, and Circle c/c. Follow sample size requirements specified in the AIAG PPAP manual. All Shield, Star, and Delta characteristics are to be produced on a process that is monitored and maintains a specified minimum short-term and longterm capability, as defined in KB CVS procedure QR-0010. See table below. All S/C and C/C characteristics are to be produced on a process that is monitored and maintains a specified minimum short-term and long-term capability, as defined in KB CVS procedure DPP 6.2.2.2 and the Quality Management Program for Procurement (QMPP) manual. See table below.

SHORTTERM Star, Shield, Delta C/C S/D 1.67

LONGTERM 1.33

2.0 1.67

1.67 1.33

Circle c/c Characteristics must demonstrate an initial Cpk of 1.33. Long term monitoring is not required. The next three paragraphs do not apply to Circle c/c symbols. For any Star, Shield, Delta, S/C and C/C Characteristic that does not meet the required capability, a written plan for improved capability must be established and approved by the Bendix Plant Quality Manager. Any Special Characteristics not meeting capability requirements must be checked 100% on adevice (test stand or inspection equipment), that is free from operator interpretation. Supplier Requirements In an effort to meet the Bendix corporate quality policy and advance its QFIRST philosophy, effective January 1, 2009, Bendix is requiring all suppliers to Bendix who provide components and assemblies with Product Safety Special Characteristics to submit the Cpk/Ppk values for each critical and/or significant characteristic within the shipment. Critical and significant characteristics are identified on the Knorr Bremse/Bendix drawings as CC or SC s. Data must be sent with each shipment in the following format: supplier; supplier code; part number; number of parts in shipment; lot or date code; critical CC or significant SC characteristic; and Cpk/Ppk value. An action plan is also required if data does not meet the minimal Bendix requirements of 1.33 for significant characteristics, or 1.67 for critical characteristics. All suppliers are to keep records of conformance for minimum of 15 years. The supplier must immediately notify each BCVS receiving Plant Quality department of any nonconformance to a Special Characteristic in material already shipped to that BCVS location. This notification must include the part number, quantity, date shipped, carrier, receiving location and a description of the suspect non-conformity. For all Special Characteristics the control method must be detailed in the control plan. Once the control plan for Special Characteristics has been approved by the BCVS receiving Plant Quality department, the supplier must not change the control of Special Characteristics without written approval by the receiving Plant Quality department. The supplier must demonstrate to BCVS's Receiving Plant Quality department the capability and accuracy of all gages and test equipment used to check or inspect classified characteristics prior to the start of production. Material Concession Requests (MCR s) will not be issued for any Star, Shield, Delta or C/C Characteristics

HEALTH AND SAFETY All purchased materials shall satisfy current governmental safety constraints on toxic and hazardous substances; as well as all environmental considerations applicable to the country of manufacture and sale. HSE Supplier Evaluation The HSE Supplier Quality Assessment Checklist is used to identify any HSE risks, and needs to be completed during the supplier evaluation and approval process. The facility will need to meet Bendix s minimum requirement in order to avoid a more strict review. Chemical and Process Evaluation Request Any new or transitioned Material/Chemical/Substance supplied to BCVS must be identified, evaluated and controlled for potential health, safety and environmental risks prior to their introduction into BCVS products and/or processes. Group HSE, in coordination with the engineering department, is responsible for reviewing chemicals that are used in products or manufacturing processes that affect product quality. Site HSE teams will review chemicals or substances that are utilized within the facility, but do not affect the product or the manufacturing of the product. Pertinent material information shall be submitted to the HSE department in Elyria utilizing Form HSEG052 1F. The supplier shall submit an MSDS and/or a chemical composition form for the proposed material. This information must be submitted prior to the initiation of the PPAP. Prohibition and Declaration of Substance The purpose of this section is to ensure that substances and products are handled in compliance with environmental rules and industrial safety regulations. N20000 contains a list of materials that are prohibited and restricted from use in/on BCVS products or which will be utilized in the manufacturing equipment. Materials needed for manufacture and processing are of such a wide variety that they must be chosen and used with due care. These factors influence the quality, safety and environmental compatibility of the products throughout their service life To optimize these properties and characteristics, it is essential that regular communication be maintained within the chain of exploitation, that is, from the extraction of the raw material to the manufacture,utilization and disposal of the final product. This material/chemical/substance must also be submitted into the International Materials Data System (IMDS) per customer requirements, or at the request of BCVS.

CONTACT INFORMATION Bendix Facilities Elyria, OH. Headquarters: 901 Cleveland St. Elyria, Ohio 44035 Phone: (440) 329-9000 Fax: (440) 329-9203 Huntington, IN. Main Plant: 1850 Riverfork Drive Huntington, IN 46750 Phone: (260) 356-9720 Fax: (260) 358-4410 Huntington, IN. Module Center: 2051 Riverfork Drive Huntington, IN 46750 Phone: (260) 356-9720 Fax: (260) 359-9812 Acua /Del Rio Plant: P.O. Box 420429 21 Finegan Drive Del Rio, Texas 78840 Phone: (830) 774-7800 Fax: (830) 774-7850 Bowling Green, KY. Plant: 346 Central Avenue Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101 Phone: 270-783-5000 Security: 270-783-5001 Fax: 270-783-5198

ACRONYMS AIAG - Automotive Industry Action Group AOP - Annual Operating Plan APL - American Presidents Logistics APQP- Advanced Product Quality Planning BCVS - Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems COPQ - Cost of Poor Quality FMEA - Failure Mode Effects Analysis HSE - Health Safety and Environmental IMDS - International Materials Data System MCR Material Concession Request MPSS - Maturity Path to Superior Supplier MRO - Maintenance, Repair & Operations MSDS - Material Safety Data Sheet NPI - New Product Introduction NPT - National Pipe Taper NPTF - Dry-seal American Standard Taper Pipe Thread OSD - On-Site Development PMRR - Purchased Material Rejection Report QMPP - Quality Management Program for Procurement