grants fund programs or projects that measurably reduce the environmental footprints of local and regional businesses through projects that significantly reduce or eliminate pollution from air, water and/or land prior to relying on recycling or waste clean-up.
DEQ noted how the facility incorporates pollution prevention
into its daily operations by reducing raw materials or toxic materials purchased; hazardous or solid waste generated; water, energy or fuel used; or air pollutants emitted.
The Clean Water Act requires developers of sites exceeding one acre to implement stormwater pollution prevention
plans to keep soil and contaminants from running off into nearby waterways.
The TRI Program collects data on certain toxic chemical releases to the air, water, and land, as well as information on waste management and pollution prevention
activities by facilities across the country.
The New Hampshire Pollution Prevention
Program (NHPPP) was established in 1991 to help businesses comply with regulations, prevent pollution and save money and resources.
Ben Jarvis, Idaho DEQ pollution prevention
project coordinator, says the activity or action "can be as simple as changing a process, using different raw materials, modifying a product, or preventing leaks and spills.
Enactment of the Pollution Prevention
Act of 1990 marked a turning point in the direction of U.
The information in this guide explains the basic principles of developing and maintaining an effective stormwater pollution prevention
Afloat Team, Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.
Team, Commander Navy Region Mid-Atlantic
His passion for pollution prevention
and cleaner technology began at a young age and according to Dr Pojasek: "I am really honored to be recognized by the National Pollution Prevention
Roundtable for my work in this very important area.
, Non-Industrial Installation--NAS Lemoore, Calif.