A Practical Guide for State and Local Government
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Pollution Prevention focuses on current efforts to incorporate pollution prevention into the functions of state and local environmental agencies. It explains how to introduce pollution prevention methods into inspection programs, permitting procedures, enforcement actions, technical assistance, training, and voluntary initiatives. Topics covering the financing of pollution prevention efforts and factors contributing to their development are addressed. The book offers a wealth of practical information for state and government agency personnel, consultants, waste management personnel, and professionals in industry.
Table of Contents
State and Local Pollution Prevention Framework: The Federal Agenda: Impact on State and Local Pollution Prevention Efforts. Factors Contributing to the Development of State Programs: A Case Study. Factors Contributing to the Development of Local Programs. Tools for Integration: Facility Inspections-Obstacles and Opportunities. Incorporating Pollution Prevention into Agency Inspection Programs. Incorporating Pollution Prevention into Facility Permits. Incorporating Pollution Prevention into Enforcement Actions. Incorporating Pollution Prevention into Facility Planning. Promoting Pollution Prevention through Technical Assistance. Conducting Pollution Prevention Training Programs. Measuring Pollution Prevention Progress. Securing Resources to Support Pollution Prevention Programs. Pollution Prevention Partnerships: Fostering Voluntary Pollution Prevention Initiatives. Regional Pollution Prevention Partnerships. Labor-Based Pollution Prevention Initiatives. Pollution Prevention Resources: Selected Pollution Prevention Resources.