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Alphabetical Listing of Reference Documents by Title
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Biochemical Cleaning Solvents
Abstract: Successful cases of solvent alternatives which are derived wholly or in part from biochemicals.
Source: Institute for Local Self-Reliance
Joint Service Pollution Prevention Handbook
Abstract: Provides access to P2 technology descriptions for coating and other processes investigated by the armed forces. Many of the publications and projects deal with aircraft while some are applicable to seacraft.
Source: Joint Group on Pollution Prevention
Northwest Shipyard Industry Roundtable Reports
Abstract: (Scroll down) A series of roundtables roundtables covering alternative P2 and treatment technologies, tools to analyze alternatives, working productively with government on stormwater requirements and more.
Source: Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center
Paint Removal [PDF]
Abstract: Provides information to reduce the use of chlorinated solvents through alternative paint removal processes.
Source: Environmental Protection Agency
Pollution Prevention for Marinas and Boat Yards - Best Management Practices for Wisconsin Operators [PDF]
Abstract: Guide for recreational & commercial docks & boat maintenance facilities: addresses storm water runoff, spills, fueling, paint removal, sanding hulls and decks, painting, engine cleaning, pressure washing, antifreeze, batteries, and fiberglass repair.
Source: P2 Pays
Pollution Prevention Opportunities for Painting and Coatings Operations [PDF]
Abstract: Provides descriptions of the alternative coatings and coating technologies availabe to reduce pollution. Offers additional waste prevention and brief case study information.
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
Shipbuilding and Repair - What You Need to Know to Comply
Abstract: Clean Air Act regulations applicable to ship building or repair facilities that perform surface coating operations and use Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) as solvents and carriers in marine coatings.
Source: Washington Department of Ecology
Waste Reduction Alternatives for Painting and Coating Operations
Abstract: Technical brief provides background an describes alternative painting and coating processesfor the maritime industry.
Source: Maritime Environmental Resources and Information Center
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Hub Last Updated: 11/6/2012