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RAPID RESPONSE QUESTION: In trying to develop best practices for tracking our recycling efforts, we are wondering how to get an accurate count of beverage containers recycled during sports events at Ford Field. We were hoping to be able to weigh the outgoing collected containers and convert these to a…
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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…
Find a list of webinars and presentations on useful P2 topics, from sustainable turf management to greening chemistry.
For those who missed them, or for those who want a second look, here are the individual presentations (in PDF) from the event:
This year’s Regional Roundtable - Oct. 29th - 30th, 2013 - will focus on innovation in business. Why, when, and how does innovation take root?
EPA, Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention will be presenting an overview of P2 tools designed to help measure the environmental and economic performance results of pollution prevention activities. Come hear how newly designed tools can demonstrate the unique multi-media perspective that P2 brings to reduce GHG reductions and cost savings.
On October 23 - 24, 2012, the Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center is hosting their annual Regional Roundtable at the Clearwater Resort in Suquamish, Wash.
E3 is a framework through which local communities connect local manufacturers with best technical assistance available. Each community is supported by coalition of federal agencies that have joined forces to form E3.
The Gresham Firestone Complete Auto Care was certified as an “EcoBiz” or Ecological Business on June 14, 2012. This is the first Oregon branch to become certified.
The Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center (PPRC) announced today that Atsuo Miyake, Roger McFadden, Scott Butner, and John Iani have joined the board of directors of the regional environmental organization.
Oregon Clean and Safe empowers businesses and homeowners with the ability to eliminate or reduce their use of the 118 chemicals found on Oregon’s priority list of chemicals of concern. Through the informed selection of products that are less toxic and don’t contain these chemicals, Oregon Clean and Safe helps…
Seattle Business magazine announced the winners of the 2011 Green Washington Awardsat a dinner and awards ceremony Sept. 21, 2011, at the Fremont Studios in Seattle. PPRC was selected as the runner-up in the Nonprofit Category this year for the work it’s done over the past 20 years to help…
The E3: Economy, Energy and the Environment program helps small- to medium-sized American manufacturers reduce waste, improve the efficiency of their operations, and position their firms to be more competitive in the global marketplace through a combined technical assessment process. E3 brings together federal agencies, states and local communities for…
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.
The Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center offers a variety of information sources, from webinars, publications, and case studies to face-to-face opportunities such as roundtables and conferences.…
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Working with businesses and agencies to develop toxics and waste reduction plans, a cornerstone of pollution prevention.…
The Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center and its partners including The Boeing Corporation, Intel, Staples, Interstate Distributor Co., Freight Wing, Canyon Creek Cabinets, Network for Business Innovation and Sustainability, Washington Department of Ecology, and U.S. Environmental Protection will celebrate their private/public partnership on Sept. 20, 2011, at the Red Lion on Fifth, in Seattle, WA.
A local ship servicing facility uses isocyanate-based polyurethane (PU) for above-waterline coatings and is looking for safer alternatives.
The Pollution Prevention Outreach Team (P2O) recently awarded the Beaverton School District Fleet Services and Kaady Car Wash with EcoBiz Certifications for Automotive Services. To become certified, each organization adopted a set of best management practices to keep pollutants out of the air, water, and soil.
The Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center (PPRC) announced today that John Harland, a Design for the Environment Program Engineer at the Intel Corporation in Portland, Ore. was selected to serve as the President for PPRC’s Board of Directors.
An $875,000 EPA grant to the Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center will help a national, Tacoma-based trucking company eliminate almost 200,000 tons of harmful diesel emissions through the use of aerodynamic "skirts" developed by a Seattle company.
The Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center today has released the Climate Change Topic Hub™, a peer‐reviewed, information‐packed online resource geared toward small to medium‐sized businesses and industrial sectors that offers an extensive list of pollution prevention opportunities involving process modification, material substitution, and new technology.
The Pollution Prevention Outreach Team (P2O) recently awarded Washington County’s Fleet Division with the EcoBiz Certification for Automotive Services. To become certified, Washington County adopted a rigorous checklist of up to 100 different best management practices to keep pollutants out of the air, water and soil.
The Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center (PPRC) announced today that former director of the National Wildlife Federation’s (NWF) western regional office and long-time environmental advocate, Paula J. Del Giudice, is the 15 year-old organization’s new Executive Director.