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The award recognizes businesses and other organizations for their outstanding pollution prevention accomplishments.
The National Pollution Prevention Roundtable Honors Steelcase for Its Innovative Strides In Pollution Prevention - GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.
Pollution Prevention -- Efforts in pollution prevention are a central focus of DoD management efforts at the installation level.
Produced by the EPNs Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics (OPPT), the Risk-Screening Environmental Indicators (RSEI) model allows researchers to prioritize risk-reduction efforts by chemical, industry sector, and facility according to numerous geographic classifications such as states, counties, zip codes, and tribal areas.
This project's goal is to assist casting facilities catalog, assess, research and implement opportunities for energy efficiencies, scrap reduction, productivity increases, pollution prevention, information transfer, workforce training and innovative financing," said NORBIC President Carl Bufalini.
School, colleges and universities must be proactive in incorporating pollution prevention and design for the environment into their curriculum if we are to provide the future scientists and engineers necessary to carry out this vision.
INTRODUCTION In 1990, Congress passed the Pollution Prevention Act, which lays out a hierarchy of approaches for firms as they address pollution problems.
Environmental Protection Agency Programs," a white paper outlining pollution prevention resources and showing how local governments are working to prevent environmental contamination at the source.