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2004 PPIS Grants

Region 1 (CT, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT)
Region 2 (NJ, NY, PR, VI)
Region 3 (DE, DC, MD, PA, VA, WV)
Region 4 (AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, NC, SC, TN)
Region 5 (IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, WI)
Region 6 (AR, LA, NM, OK, TX)
Region 7 (IA, KS, MO, NE)
Region 8 (CO, MT, ND, SD, UT, WY)
Region 9 (AZ, CA, HI, NV, AS, GU)
Region 10 (AK, ID, OR, WA)

EPA Regional P2 Coordinator: Robert Guillemin

Recipient: Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
EPA Funding: $77,710

Using a P2 Metrics database, CT DEP will conduct surveys to measure the P2 and compliance success of 100 garment cleansers, 400 vehicle repair facilities and clients served by CONNSTEP between 1999 and 2003. CT DEP will partner with HAZNET to provide outreach to 25 towns (representing 25% of the state's population) on alternatives to toxic cleaners and other hazardous home products. DEP will provide train-the-trainer presentations for HAZNET members, education materials, ten "suitcase" exhibits, "green" cleaning caddies, and a report comparing HHQ collection data from 2004 to 2005. CT DEP will continue to sponsor the Connecticut Hospital Environmental Roundtable, including three meetings that focus on environmental compliance, P2, and waste reduction. Twenty-six of 32 Connecticut hospitals are current members of the Roundtable. CT DEP will publish and distribute four issues of "P2 View" to 1,800 readers.

Recipient: Maine Department of Environmental Protection (ME DEP)
EPA funding: $75,000
The P2 grant will fund the state's P2 assistance office, including phone assistance, P2 presentations, and maintenance of P2 partnerships with Maine business and environmental organizations. ME DEP will oversee implementation of P2-oriented EMSs (with an emphasis on PBTs) at 2-4 facilities with one day of assistance per month for each facility. ME DEP will also host an EMS training workshop and convene an EMS users group for all ISO certified facilities in the state to promote EMS mentorship programs. To track environmental improvements and benefits of the EMS, ME DEP will install a P2 Metrics Database developed by NEWMOA.

Recipient: University of Massachusetts, Lowell's Toxic Use Reduction Institute (TURI)
EPA funding: $52,000

UMASS Lowell's Toxic Use Reduction Institute (TURI) will continue to identify small businesses that use Trichloroethylene (TCE) and other chlorinated solvents in Massachusetts and offer on-site technical assistance to reduce use and/or locate other alternatives. Support will be provided by MA OTA and TURI's Surface Cleaning Lab. Work will include a workshop on TCE risks and alternatives.

Recipient: New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (DES)
EPA Funding: $80,000

NH DES will continue its work with healthcare facilities to reduce the use of mercury and improve compliance by encouraging participation in EPA's H2E program and coordinating with the New Hampshire Hospitals for a Healthy Environment. To assist vehicle salvage facilities with compliance and the voluntary collection of mercury switches, NH DES will offer workshops and a self-certification program based on ERP. NH DES will also revisit work conducted in 2001 by providing P2 and compliance assistance outreach to marinas. This assistance will include a conference, support of EPA's Clean Marine Engine program, and a Best Management Practices manual. Funds will also be used to institute a "Green Fleets" initiative for all NH State Department Fleets to promote the purchase and use of more efficient less polluting vehicles. All projects will be measured for progress in the areas of pollution prevention and compliance.

Recipient: Rhode Island Narragansett Bay Commission (RI NBC)
EPA funding: $35,000

To manage stormwater runoff, RI NBC will conduct five assessments of commercial facilities, develop a Stormwater Best Management Practices manual for commercial facilities, and disseminate the publication through the Sewer Connection Permitting Program. To minimize the impact on CSO discharge, RI NBC will conduct five environmental compliance/P2 assessments and develop a set of Best Management Practices for minimizing industrial pollutants. RI NBC will monitor and report on the P2 progress of participating commercial facilities. The grant will help integrated P2 and compliance for sources of stormwater runoff and CSO discharge.

Recipient: University of Rhode Island (URI)
EPA funding: $78,000

The University of Rhode Island (URI) will build on work from past P2 grants to analyze the effectiveness of the auto body ERP programs with follow-up visits to approximately 50 auto body shops. P2 and compliance outcomes will be entered into a P2 Metrics Database. Funding will also support the Center for Pollution Prevention, RI's only public resource providing P2 technical assistance for industry. The grant will help integrate P2 and compliance assistance with auto body shops and measure the effectiveness of P2 and compliance.

Recipient: Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation (VT DEC)
EPA Funding: $75,000

Vermont's Department of Environmental Conservation will support the Vermont Small Business Development Center in providing P2 assistance to businesses, including 5-10 new members to the Green Hotel Program, 15 P2 opportunity assessments for the vehicle service sector, 10-15 energy/lighting audits and reports to small businesses, and 5 workshops on P2 and compliance for Conditionally Exempt Generators (150 attendees). DEC will enlist 15 new vehicle service partners in the Vermont Business Environmental Partnership. The grant will initiate a Vermont Hospital Environmental Roundtable to provide 2-3 meetings and 3-5 on-site P2/compliance assistance. VT DEC will support the Small Business Compliance Assistance Program to provide phone assistance and 15 on-site P2/compliance assistance opportunity assessments, as well as 5 fact sheets on regulatory and P2 topics. VT DEC will develop a Municipal POTW Assistance Initiative to provide on-site P2 audits for 10-20 businesses with commercial discharges. VT DEC will also create a POTW auditing tool on P2 and best management practices and offer presentations.

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REGION 2 (NJ, NY, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands)
EPA Regional P2 Coordinator: Tristan Gillespie

Recipient: Rutgers University
Project title: "Enhancing Adoption of Biopesticides Through Development of an Online Database"
EPA funding: $75,000

Rutgers will develop a user friendly online database that focuses on biopesticides currently registered with EPA. The database will include searchable information on which crops are registered, and what pest control is currently taking place. Background information on how to utilize biopesticides and information on the benefits of biopesticides will also viewable from the database.

Recipient: Rutgers University
Project title: "P2 through EPP of Products & Services at New Jersey Higher Education Institutions"
EPA funding: $50,000
Rutgers proposes to provide self-selected New Jersey higher education institutions with EPP training, technical assistance, and assistance in creating EPP curriculums. The primary focus of EPP at these institutions will be P2, particularly substitutions for toxic materials. This will create a group of "early adopters (students)" and a body of material and experience which can be used to extend such EPP programs to higher education institutions across New Jersey and throughout the country.

Recipient: Rutgers University
Project title: "Disseminating Critical Information about Alternatives to Hazardous Substance Treated Wood: A Web-based, Bilingual & Multi-Cultural Approach"
EPA funding: $50,000
Rutgers will develop two seminars about alternative Hazardous Substance Treated Lumber products targeted to the needs of the Indian Nations, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Rutgers will video tape the seminars, translate the materials into Spanish, and disseminate the seminars via the web and CD-ROMS. Rutgers will also design a digital library/clearinghouse for all materials related to HSTL alternatives.

Recipient: Binghamton University
Project title: "Environmental Conservation in Electronic Manufacturing"
EPA funding: $100,000
Binghamton University, in collaboration with industries, will identify opportunities to systematically eliminate lead and halides from electronic manufacturing. The applicant proposes to identify lead-free alternatives as well as identify opportunities to reduce the use of other resources, such as water, electrical power, and paper.

Recipient: Cornell University
Project title: "Development, Implementation & Evaluation of web-based P2 and EMS for Marinas & Boatyards"
EPA funding: $65,831
The applicant proposes to design, construct, test and publicize a multimedia web site that will serve as a "one stop" repository of information on pollution control BMP and regulations for marinas. The goal is to encourage marina and boatyard operators to adopt comprehensive EMS approaches to pollution management. The applicant proposes to provide the operators with practical information that will allow them to easily identify, select and implement cost-effective pollution control techniques and strategies tailored to their individual facilities and needs.

Recipient: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC)
Project title: "Mercury Free Schools Program"
EPA funding: $25,000
NYSDEC will hire NEWMOA as a contractor to help design and deliver several workshops to educate NYSDEC staff on how to work with the schools to identify, collect and recycle mercury and mercury-containing products. NEWMOA will also serve as a consultant to NYSDEC providing technical assistance on an "as needed" basis and provide guidance materials.

Recipient: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation NYSDEC
Project title: "Promoting EMS"
EPA funding: $70,000
NYSDEC will perform the following:

Recipient: St. Regis Mohawk Tribe
Project title: "Green Building Technology"
EPA funding: $40,629
The Tribe will perform the following:

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EPA Regional P2 Coordinator: Maryann Helferty

Recipient: District of Columbia Department of Health
Project title: "Sustainable Gardening and Green Marinas in D.C."
EPA funding: $30,000

The recipient will provide P2 education and promote partnerships for community gardens and green marinas in the metropolitan D.C. area. Changes to the current community management practices will contribute to the reduction of discharges of fertilizers, pesticides and chemical waste to streams and bays.

Recipient: Mid-Atlantic Consortium of Recycling and Economic Development Officials (MACREDO)
Project title: "Unbuild/Rebuild Philadelphia Project"
EPA funding: $86,027
MACREDO proposes to develop tools and provide technical assistance to increase the recovery, reuse, re-manufacture and recycling of building materials resulting from the demolition of 10,000 buildings by the City of Philadelphia Neighborhood Transformation Initiative during the next 3 - 5 years. The project will attempt to prevent pollution that would occur from raw materials use and waste in the next generation of building in the City. Expected results will be increased efficiency of materials use, land, and the conservation of natural resources due to the rebuilding of the built environment of a large municipality. The project is also intended to provide a model for other large-scale institutional building removal and rebuilding efforts in other urban municipalities, private urban redevelopment, closed and active military base redevelopment and HOPE VI programs.

Recipient: Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Quality
EPA funding: $112,460
This project will fund two activities that address the reduction or elimination of pollution across all environmental media. Outreach, technical assistance and technical services are provided to reduce the environmental footprint of manufacturing. Site assessments are also performed at small businesses to reduce pollution, wastes, energy use and related costs.

Recipient: Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
EPA funding: $80,000
The Virginia DEP Pollution Prevention Program State Program will perform a variety of technical assistance activities to help businesses, communities and citizens reduce waste generation and increase recycling.

Recipient: Wytheville Community College
Project title: "How to Use Manufacturing Extension Services and Business Development Centers to Get P2 Implemented"
EPA funding: $25,000
For the past eight years, Wytheville Community College in Virginia has conducted a highly successful program to provide small to medium-sized businesses with pollution prevention and environmental assistance. This grant allows the Center to conduct outreach to other Manufacturing Technology Centers on how to establish Pollution Prevention Programs. In this year, the technical assistance program for manufacturing will continue through the promotion of a healthier and more sustainable economy in Virginia.

Recipient: West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
Project title: "WV Pollution Prevention Program"
EPA funding: $80,000
The project sustains the operation, maintenance, integration and development of the West Virginia Pollution Prevention Program. The state program activities include greening businesses, buildings and communities; integrating pollution prevention across multimedia; and management system integration. Primary activities for this year include the promotion of the "Green Globe" program to the travel and tourism industry that will result in energy conservation, waste reduction and water management. Another focal activity is the management systems integration to support the business assistance effort for environmental management.

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EPA Regional P2 Coordinator: Dan Ahern

Alabama Department of Environmental Management (DEM)
EPA funding: $60,000
Alabama DEM will perform the following:

Recipient: Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
EPA funding: $86,456
Florida DEP will fund activities in expanding the H2E program in the State. It is estimated that hospitals will annually reduce 50 lbs of mercury, 15 tons biomedical waste, 450 tons of solid waste, 1M kWh of energy conserved and 10 million gallons of water conserved. Projects include:

Recipient: Georgia Pollution Prevention Division
EPA Funding: $60,000
The recipient will support the new P2AD Partnership and focus activities in three key areas of the partnership: Program Development (Creating Annual Performance Reports and Program Incentives), Program Maintenance, and Continual Improvement (develop three feedback mechanisms). Based on objectives and targets set by charter applicants, the following reductions will occur in 2005: reduce 352 tons of waste and air emissions and conserve 29 million gallons of water.

Recipient: Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center, University of Louisville
EPA funding: $90,000
The recipient will perform the following:

Recipient: Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ)
EPA Funding: $60,000

The recipient will perform the following:

Recipient: North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)
EPA funding: $90,004

The recipient will support the North Carolina's Environmental Stewardship Initiative. It is estimated that this initiative will lead to annual reductions of 513 tons of waste and conservation of 10 million gallons and 10 million BTU's. North Carolina DENR will also provide challenge grants to Environmental Stewardship Initiative participants that lack funds to undertake necessary P2 and EMS development projects. Grants will require 50% match and the estimated annual reduction of 25 tons of waste and conservation of 5 million gallons and 1 million BTUs.

Recipient: South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC)
EPA Funding: $60,000

The recipient will support the following:

Recipient: Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC)
EPA funding: $70,000
The recipient will support the administration of the TP3 (Pollution Prevention Partners), the Tennessee P2 Roundtable and function as contact for EPA reduction programs. Reductions are expected from 20 projects and it is estimated that 500 tons of waste and air emissions will be reduced, and 5 B BTUs and 25 M gallons conserved. In related activities, DEC will supplement Tennessee's Green Schools program, by disposing of unknown, unusable, outdated and potentially dangerous chemicals from Tennessee schools. In addition, DEC will develop an EMS workshop and provide materials and program information for other states to use to scale-up and replicate this successful program

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EPA Regional P2 Coordinator: Phil Kaplan

Recipient: Illinois EPA (IEPA)
Project title: "Illinois Sustainable Schools Project"
EPA Funding: $94,000

Through a joint partnership, IEPA and the Illinois Waste Management and Research Center (WMRC) will develop a project to improve the environmental health and safety for students, faculty, and facility workers in Illinois schools. The project will promote environmentally healthy practices that can help schools lower facility costs, improve learning conditions and increase energy efficiency. Specifically, the project will: expand collaboration and information exchange among state agencies, academic professionals, organizations and the K-12 educational community; promote the use of sustainable environmental practices in standards based on K-12 curricula; increase the safety of Illinois schools for students, teachers, administrative and facility staff, and the community; create a learning environment that sets an example for sustainable environmental behavior for K-12 students, and develop performance measures and track the progress of environmentally sustainable activities at schools. In the first year of the project a website has been developed at http://www.greeningschools.org/
Contacts: Kevin Greene, phone: 217-785-0833; email: kevin.greene@epa.state.il.us

Recipient: Purdue University
EPA funding: $95,000
CMTI's P2 Grant-supported technical assistance services will be provided to any manufacturer; however, services will be focused on small manufacturers (<120 employees) in the following sectors: wood products; miscellaneous chemicals; plastics parts and products, including fiber reinforced plastics; metal parts and products; motor vehicle parts and transportation; foundries, and platers/metal finishers, in the 24 non-attainment counties. This multi-media P2 outreach strategy includes:

Contact: Dr. Lynn Corson, 765-463-4749, corsonl@ecn.purdue.edu

Recipient: Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)
Project title: "Michigan P2 Program Assessment and Results Enhancement Project"
EPA Funding: $100,000

MDEQ will assess the impact of its P2 Program activities with regard to changes in knowledge, capabilities, attitudes, and behaviors of Michigan businesses that participate in Michigan's P2 Program.
In addition, the MDEQ intends to evaluate the integration of P2 into its multi-media regulatory programs to assess the successes and further opportunities to provide technical assistance to businesses, as well as develop outreach activities, and other strategies to address regulatory and non-regulatory barriers, and incentives for P2. This will be accomplished by:

Contact: Robert Jackson, 517-373-2731, jacksorc@michigan.gov

Recipient: Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA)
EPA Funding: $105,000

MPCA will partner with the Minnesota Technical Assistance Program (MnTAP), the Minnesota Office of Environmental Assistance (OEA), and other organizations and agencies to address: water quality; regulatory integration; multimedia outreach; policy planning; and regional/national networking.

Contact: Cynthia Hilmoe, phone: 651-297-7783; email: cynthia.hilmoe@pca.state.mn.us

Recipient: University of Toledo
EPA Funding: $92,459

University of Toledo and members from the Ohio Statewide Environmental Network (OSEN) will work to supplement an existing pollution prevention grant by providing:

Contact: Ashok Kumar, phone:419-530-8136; email: akumar@utnet.utoldeo.edu

Recipient: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR)
Project title: "Wisconsin Collaboration for P2"
EPA Funding: $90,000

The WDNR and the University of Wisconsin (UW) and the UW-Extension-Solid and Hazardous Waste Education Center collaborate in developing the following four-component proposals: Wisconsin Collaboration For P2: Minimizing Dental Mercury Discharges; Source Reduction Indicators from Regulatory information; Identifying VSQG Hazardous Waste Trends; and Influence of a Cheese Plant's EMS on its Supply Chain.
Contact: Carla Wright, 608-267-7407, Carla.Wright@dnr.state.wi.us

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EPA Regional P2 Coordinators: Joy Campbell and Eli Martinez

Recipient: Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ)
EPA Funding: $60,000
ADEQ will perform the following:

Recipient: New Mexico Environmental Department (NMED)
EPA Funding: $35,600

The New Mexico Environmental Department will perform the following:

Recipient: Regents of New Mexico State University
EPA funding: $89,957
The recipient will perform the following:

Recipient: Regents of New Mexico State University
EPA funding: $47,989
The recipient will promote the small-scale chemistry (SSC) initiative. SSC is an innovative approach toward teaching general chemistry based on creativity, invention and authentic assessment using inquiry based, hands-on, time efficient, inexpensive and conservation based experiments. SSC offers many advantages in teaching chemistry to high and middle school students to include dramatic reductions in the use of laboratory chemicals.

Recipient: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)
EPA Funding: $131,460
TCEQ will perform the following:

Recipient: University of Texas at Arlington (UTA)
EPA Funding: $107,704

The recipient will perform the following:

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EPA Regional P2 Coordinators: Gary Bertram and Chilton McLaughlin

Recipient: Iowa Department of Natural Resources (IDNR)
Project title: "Pollution Prevention Equipment Loan Program - Year Two"
EPA Funding: $105,664

The project will establish a revolving equipment loan program that will put monitoring equipment in the hands of organizations to improve equipment and/or process efficiencies and affect cost savings. In addition, IDNR will measure the environmental improvements resulting from organizations participating in the revolving equipment loan fund.

Recipient: Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE)
EPA Funding: $140,000

The grant will help fund the Kansas Department of Health and Environment P2 Program activities. The funding will provide a comprehensive assistance program with targeted industries to prevent pollution and provide education to Kansas businesses and industries utilizing the Pollution Prevention Institute of Kansas State University to provide comprehensive, free and confidential services. Activities will include: Energy and environmental awareness outreach and technical assistance; rehab the Kansas lab activities at Junior colleges to reduce PBTs; and provide general P2 technical assistance to Kansas companies.

Recipient: Missouri Department of Natural Resources
EPA funding: $137,579
The grant will help fund the Missouri Department of Natural Resources P2 Program activities. The funding will be used to:

Recipient: Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (NDEQ)
Project title: "Pollution Prevention Technical Assistance in Nebraska: Focus on Impact Evaluation and the Agricultural Sector"
EPA funding: $90,717

This project will entail selecting and training college students to provide assistance to Nebraska businesses. Fifteen to twenty students will be trained to provide pollution prevention technical assistance, training and written reports to at least 12 small businesses and five industries throughout the state. Approximately one half of the clients will come from the agriculture sector.

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EPA Regional P2 Coordinator: Linda Walters

Recipient: Colorado Department of Health and Environment
EPA Funding: $104,000

The recipient will perform the following:

Recipient: Montana State University Extension Service (MSU)
EPA Funding: $96,460

The recipient will perform the following:

The outcome measures from these activities will be the number of Tribal programs adopting pollution prevention principles and integrating them into core decisions.

Recipient: North Dakota Department of Health (NDDH)
EPA Funding: $30,000

The recipient will perform the following:

Recipient: South Dakota Department of Environment & Natural Resources (SDDENR)
EPA Funding: $75,000

The recipient will perform the following:

The outcome measures of these activities will be reported in the "Pollution Prevention (P2) Program Measurement Tool".

Recipient: Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)
EPA Funding: $80,000

The recipient will perform the following activities:

Recipient: Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)
EPA Funding: $92,000

The recipient will perform the following:

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REGION 9 (AZ, CA, HI, NV, Pacific Islands)
EPA Regional P2 Coordinators: Jessica Counts, John Katz, Leif Magnuson, and Eileen Sheehan

Recipient: Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)
Project title: "Green Schools Program"
EPA funding: $60,000
The recipient will develop statewide guidelines for High Performance Schools and implement a High Performance Schools Technical Assistance Campaign and assist with individual school project implementation.

Recipient: California Department of Health Services (DHS)
Project title: "Evaluation of Use, Toxicity and Alternatives to New and Emerging Industrial Solvents"
EPA funding: $88,942
The recipient will perform the following:

Recipient: South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD)
Project title: "Alternatives to VOC Emitting Lubricants and Rust Inhibitors"
EPA funding: $79,986
The recipient will conduct a project to characterize the inventory of emissions from lubricants and rust inhibitors and to identify, test and demonstrate alternative non-emitting products. The information generated during the project will be used as a basis for a regulation in the South Coast Basin.

Recipient: University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) Small Business Development Center
Project title: "Pollution Prevention Assistance Program (PPAP)"
EPA funding: $103,000

The NV PPAP assists Nevada business by providing compliance and pollution prevention assistance. That assistance is via telephone, training workshops, on-site visits, web-site, newsletters and fact sheets. For this grant period, NV PPAP proposes conduct specific assistance activities with the mining sector, tourism, Dental sector and other future sectors TBD in consultation with EPA Grant PO. NV PPAP will provide quarterly reports, including the pollution prevention results of their assistance efforts. Partners include, Sierra Pacific Power Company, Nevada Power Company, UNLV, and UNR. Federal money goes primarily to staff and travel.

Recipient: University of Nevada, Reno (UNR)
Project title: "Western Regional Pollution Prevention Network"
EPA funding: $94,192

To enhance regional collaborators, support and improve communication between WRPPN members, and provide a forum for WRPPN members to network and learn about important issues at the annual WRPPN conference. Partners: SBDCs, C2P2C, SBAPs, not-for profit organizations, and local governments.

Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
Project title: "Green Garments Partnership""
EPA funding: $50,340
The recipient will conduct audits of garment manufacturing facilities to discover opportunities for source reduction and pollution prevention, and will also develop appropriate standards to be included in the SGMA Code of Conduct.

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EPA Regional P2 Coordinators: Robert Drake and Carolyn Gangmark

Recipient: Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC)
EPA funding: $111,263
The University of Alaska at Anchorage will coordinate Alaska's pollution prevention program. Program components include:

Estimated Results:
Reduced use of Toxic/Hazardous Materials as Inputs 2,000 pounds
Reduced use of Raw Materials as Inputs 10,000 pounds
Reduced use of Electricity 200,00 kWh
Reduced use of Diesel Fuel 20,000 gallons
Solid Waste Diverted to Recycling/Reuse 20,000 pounds

Recipient: Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)
EPA funding: $133,232

Idaho Department of Environmental Quality will integrate pollution prevention approaches into agency priorities of clean air, safe drinking water and waste management.
The recipient will perform the following based on environmental media.




Estimated Results:
Reduced Vehicle Miles Traveled 1,582,000
Reduced Diesel Fuel 58,000 gallons (Idling project), 34,600 gallons (State use of B20)
Dollar Savings of $116,010. (Idling project)
Hazardous Waste Diverted to Recycling/Reuse 953 pounds (School Labs)
Reduced SW Output 82,500 pounds (H2E)
CO2 Output Reduced 1,392 tons (Clean Air Zone)
NOX Output Reduced 34.8 tons (Clean Air Zone) 2.4 tons (Alternative Commuting State Agencies)
CO Reduced Output 11.6 tons (Clean Air Zone) 36 Tons (Alternative Commuting State Agencies)
PM Reduced Output 1.74 tons (Clean Air Zone)
HC Reduced Output 4.8 tons (Alternative Commuting State Agencies)

Recipient: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ)
EPA funding: $100,000

The Oregon Economic and Community Development Department (OECDD) will reduce diesel pollution in Oregon by significantly increasing Oregon's production and consumption of "biodiesel" fuel through a series of voluntary technical assistance efforts and leveraging of the momentum of current and planned initiatives among government agencies, businesses, and NGOs through the establishment of the Oregon Biodiesel network.

Estimated Results
Reduced diesel fuel use 15,000,000 gallons
Reduced CO2 output 150,000 tons

Recipient: Washington Department of Ecology
EPA Funding: $130,000

The recipient will perform the following:

Estimated Results:
Reduced use of toxic/hazardous materials as inputs: 31,800,000 pounds
Reduced vehicle miles: 16,000 miles
Reduced solid waste output: 350,000 pounds
Reduced solid waste diverted to recycling/reuse: 350,000 pounds
Reduced hazardous waste output: 1,704,000 pounds
Hazardous waste diverted to recycle/reuse: 337,000 pounds
Reduced CO2 output: .44 tons
Reduced PM10 output: 3.3 tons
Reduced VOC (HAP) output: 2.4 tons
Reduced PAH outputs: .0032 tons
Reduced Dioxin outputs: 1.8x10-5 tons

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