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Alphabetical Listing of Reference Documents by Title
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Energy Efficiency is Pollution Prevention Too [PDF]
Abstract: Article describes how energy efficiency fits the P2 definition and provides example
Source: Tennessee Valley Authority's Process & Prevention Services Team
Issues in Facility-Level Pollution Prevention Measurement [PDF]
Abstract: P2 progress requires measurement; this paper examines data sources and measurement approaches.
Source: Reasearch Triangle Institute
Options Assessment (P2OASys) [PDF]
Abstract: An options assessment tool which evaluates the potential environmental, worker, and public health impacts of alternative technologies aimed at reducing toxics use.
Source: Toxics Use Reduction Institute (TURI)
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Hub Last Updated: 7/10/2009