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    Information and Networking Resources

    PPRC connects you to all types of information and resources on sustainability in the Northwest. Below you'll find links to webinars, case-studies, collaborative projects, roundtables, and directories.
The 2014 Regional Roundtable brings together experts of all kinds – from business managers to technical assistance providers – to continue in the tradition of creating collaborative pollution prevention solutions. This year’s Roundtable – October 27, 28, and 29 at the Silver Cloud, Seattle Stadium – promises to have something…
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Find a list of webinars and presentations on useful P2 topics, from sustainable turf management to greening chemistry.
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Fats, Oils, and Grease (aka FOG) can wreak havoc on wastewater infrastructure, especially in areas without resources to deal with the stuff. PPRC is providing technical assistance training workshops to rural communities throughout the Northwest to reduce the harmful impacts of FOG.
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For those who missed our Annual Regional Roundtable, you missed some idea-loaded presentations and rich P2 networking opportunities.
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For those who missed them, or for those who want a second look, here are the individual presentations (in PDF) from the event:
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PPRC provides free and confidential research to answer environmental questions that your sports facility may not have the time or resources to tackle.
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This year’s Regional Roundtable - Oct. 29th - 30th, 2013 - will focus on innovation in business. Why, when, and how does innovation take root?
PPRC’s “Greening Sports” project is designed to compliment efforts by the Green Sports Alliance, U.S. EPA, Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and others to assist sports teams, venues, and leagues to reduce their environmental footprint and improve their economic performance.
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ResourceFull Use provides manufacturers and industry with workshops and a website-based mechanism to assess resource needs and actively exchange resources (e.g., use the waste of one organization as an input for another).
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The workshop brought together leaders from business, academia, nonprofits, and government to help craft and shape a strategic vision for advancing green chemistry in Washington state.

Related Topic: Greening Sports Rapid Response

PPRC provides free and confidential research to answer environmental questions that your sports facility may not have the time or resources to tackle.

Related Topic: P2 publications

Reports, workbooks and fact sheets looking at the many P2 opportunities in various industries and sectors.

Related Topic: P2 Tools

A suite of P2 tools designed to help with GHG emission reductions and cost savings from P2 activities.

Related Topic: Rapid Response

PPRC conducts free research for businesses and government agency technical assistance provider in the Northwest. This service seeks to answer an environmental question, or at a minimum, find sufficient leads, contacts and resources to help the requestor find the desired information.

Related Topic: Regional Roundtable

For over 20 years, PPRC has been a leader in the Pacific Northwest as hosts and facilitators of annual conferences that provide businesses and agencies with practical information and valuable networking opportunities within the P2 community. Past roundtables have included topics such as environmentally preferable purchasing, green chemistry, E3, product stewardship, climate change, energy efficiency, green business, and more.

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