New P2Rx Website a Hub for P2 InfoJanuary 20, 2016
The Pollution Prevention Resource Exchange (P2Rx™) has rolled out a new website.
- Mobile friendly design
- Highlighted P2Rx Center services
- A calendar of available webinars and trainings
- A variety of opportunities to network with peers
- System for sharing regional and national results
As the central hub for regional pollution prevention centers, like PPRC, the new P2Rx website can serve as a valuable resource for businesses, technical assistance providers, and citizens all over the country.
How? Here are just some of the resources available on the site:
- Publications – A deep library of pollution prevention publications and case studies that help businesses and institutions identify and implement source reduction practices. The library includes the Pollution Prevention Regional Information Center’s P2 InfoHouse, one of the nation’s largest collections of online publications.
- The P2 Results System – The P2 Results System is designed to collect readily available data on waste reduction and resource efficiency efforts from public agencies across the country. The data helps quantify P2 progress related to air, water, waste, and energy resources. The System also translates P2 progress into bigger-picture contexts such as climate change, habitat, and sustainability.
- Programs – Looking for energy assistance or chemical recovery help but don’t know where to start? Ever wish a directory existed of technical assistance providers by state or region? It does.
- Topic Hubs – Topic Hubs™ are web-based guides to peer-reviewed pollution prevention information and expertise on a particular subject. Browse comprehensive information tailored to specific industries, from aerospace manufacturing to hospitality to wineries.
What is P2Rx? P2Rx is a national network of eight regional centers that advance pollution prevention as a cornerstone of sustainability. Collectively, regional centers ensure easy access to high-quality information on how to prevent and reduce pollution through source reduction and conservation of natural resources. The centers also build communities of practice, provide technical assistance and measure P2 program results.