Pollution Prevention Resources
The links below will take you off the TCEQ Web site. This collection is provided solely as a courtesy to agency customers and comprises resources that agency staff or customers have found to contain useful information. Because the TCEQ has no control over the posting of material to Web sites on this list, the agency cannot take responsibility for the validity of their contents.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Pollution Prevention Web site–provides general information about P2 practices, the various source reduction programs and initiatives administered by EPA and other organizations, and provides contacts for further information.
ChemAlliance–provides regulatory information for the chemical process industrial sector.
Waste Reduction Resource Center–includes a searchable index of more than 13,000 technical articles, fact sheets, and case studies about waste-reduction technologies, many of which can be viewed online.
Texas Industries of the Future–facilitates the development, demonstration, and adoption of advanced technologies that reduce industrial energy usage, emissions, and associated costs, resulting in improved competitive performance.
Zero Waste Network–provides pollution prevention tools that help you identify options to reduce waste and save money including:
National Pollution Prevention Center (NPPC)–offers the National Pollution Prevention Center for Higher Education, which includes dozens of online compendiums dealing with everything from environmental cost accounting to environmental marketing programs.
Iowa Waste Reduction Center: Vendor Database–includes an online database of vendors of pollution prevention technology that can be searched by any combination of city, state, or category.
Smart Communities Network–features the U.S. Department of Energy's tool kit, which has a collection of technical and non-technical tools and resources, such as community visioning programs, GIS programs, interactive Internet community networks, information resources, and consensus-building tools.
U.S. Department of Energy Best Practices: Software Tools–offers powerful tools to help you identify and analyze opportunities for energy savings in your plant.
National Pollution Prevention Roundtable–provides a national forum for promoting the development, implementation, and evaluation of efforts to avoid, eliminate, or reduce pollution at the source
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Pollution Prevention Resource Exchange–a regional pollution prevention information centers providing pollution prevention information, networking opportunities and other services