Background about the Waste Reduction Policy Act, its requirements, and resources to help you get the most from planning.
Pollution Prevention Planning
Use the Pollution Prevention Planning Guide to meet the WRPA requirements while reducing risks, eliminating waste, and saving money!
P2 Executive Summary
Worksheet 6 (Word) or Worksheet 6 (PDF) will help you complete the Executive Summary. See Tables 4 and 5 (PDF) for a quick reference on what is required.
P2 Annual Progress Report (APR)
Background information about this report, which WRPA requires some facilities to submit each year.
P2 APR Reporting Forms:
You can download a Word printed version (Word) or a PDF printed version (PDF) and its instructions (PDF).
You may also review our online instructions and examples to help you estimate the amount of waste reduced at its source to meet the P2 Annual Progress Reporting requirements.
Executive Summaries due January 1, 2016
Facilities new to Pollution Prevention and facilities with a current Executive Summary covering 2011-2015, must submit a Pollution Prevention Plan Executive Summary by January 1, 2016. For more information and guidance on how to create a P2 Plan, please see our guidance document: RG-409: A Guide to Pollution Prevention Planning.
Pollution Prevention is resulting in Texas Environmental Excellence Awards!
Facilities that are embracing pollution prevention techniques and projects are being recognized with Texas Environmental Excellence Awards. See the winners and here their stories here:
For more information about the Texas Environmental Awards please visit the home page: www.teea.org or contact us at 512-239-3143.
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Reduce Waste and Save Money! Use these links to enhance your P2 efforts!
These tools can help increase the effectiveness of your pollution prevention plans.
Use this interactive tool to help prepare your P2 Plan and Executive Summary.
RENEW is a materials-exchange network for industries, businesses, and governmental units who wish to sell surplus materials, by-products, and wastes to those who will reclaim or reuse them.
Find additional P2 information and ideas at the United States Environmental Protection Agency's Pollution Prevention website.