Key EPA Resources for Pollution Prevention

Sept. 18, 2013
It’s Pollution Prevention (P2) Week!

It’s Pollution Prevention (P2) Week!

P2 Week highlights the efforts of EPA and its partners. This year’s P2 Week is focused on reducing carbon pollution.

Below are four tools from EPA that may help facility managers curb pollution at its source:

  • Water Efficiency Guide for Commercial Buildings. This handbook contains best management practices for commercial and institutional facilities.
  • Green Sports Resource Directory. This database was designed to help teams, leagues, facilities, and fans green the sports community.
  • Greener Products Portal. The portal features all of EPA’s eco-labeling partnership programs, whose standards are based on best available data.
  • PestWise. If you need to manage pests in your building, be PestWise– you’ll reduce risk to health and the environment from chemicals and save money with informed strategies.

To learn more, visit www2.epa.gov/p2week.

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