This fact sheet provides a comprehensive checklist of practical ways printers can reduce wastes and emissions. Each action indicates applicable types of print processes (lithography, flexography, screen printing, digital and gravure). Each suggestion is also classified regarding the degree of difficulty or cost of implementation.
Self-assessment checklist for Kansas colleges and universities which house small businesses or separate operations. This checklist helps campuses identify environmental compliance concerns and pollution prevention (P2) opportunities.
Compliance calendars for 2008, designed to keep all environmental compliance records required by KDHE for dry cleaners plus the EPA-required notification form and compliance checklist for perchloroethylene dry cleaners.
The Home*A*Syst self-assessment program helps home-owners and home-based businesses evaluate their home and property for various pollution and health risks. Topics include home-based occupations and hobbies, animal breeding, auto service and small engine repair, catering and food processing, child care services, collision and auto body repair, crafts and jewelry making, landscaping, yards and garden maintenance, mobile cleaning services, photo processing services, property and building management, veterinary and medical clinics, wood finishing, and wood repair. It covers hazardous household products, environmental risk management, and how to create a plan for your home.
The Small Business Environmental Assistance program has developed checklists designed to help several businesses and industries evaluate and manage water-quality related environmental issues. The checklists assess the following: agriculture service centers, parking lots, RV parks and campgrounds, and veterinary clinics and fairgrounds.
This manual provides industry-specific information on pollution prevention, permits, and enforcement, as well as best management practices (BMPs) for solid waste and inventory controls applicable to all businesses. Some included industries are the wood finishing industry, auto service and repair, and machining operations.
This manual is designed to assist printers and print shops in identifying wastes, water discharges, and air emissions; determining associated regulations; and recommending pollution prevention (P2) practices.
This manual (updated in 2009) summarizes the environmental regulations that impact dry cleaners, including alternatives to perc (PCE) such as petroleum dry cleaning. It also describes pollution prevention, compliance topics, permits, and definitions regarding dry cleaning.
A summary of the preventative measures and technologies the metal finishing industry can implement to reduce pollution in the workplace. Also details many of the environmental regulations associated with the metal finishing industry.
Pollution prevention, hazardous waste requirements, typical automotive shop waste streams and prevention options, plus success stories. Discussion and examples of best management practices for parts cleaning, used oil, antifreeze, oil filters, batteries, refrigerants, and aerosols.
Many topics are covered in this manual designed for the auto salvage industry, including regulatory issues, resources, and a pollution prevention (P2) checklist. Several P2 practices for used fluids (aqueous cleaners, brake fluid, etc) and for various auto parts are also described.
Covers pollution prevention strategies for the metal finishing industry, which can be used to minimize the generation and release of wastes. Information regarding alternative technologies, regulatory requirements, and case studies is included.
Covers pollution prevention (P2) options and resources for manufacturers of wood products and wood finishers to reduce wastes from production processes, and reduce emissions and regulatory obligations.