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EPA Source Reduction Assistance Grant Program
Question submitted on 6/6/06

We are interested in writing a grant proposal for this grant for Region 5 under the "greening the goverment" category. I was hoping that you might provide me with a list of P2 work that has already been accomplished in your fields of interest.


I'm not quite sure I understand your question. GLRPPR is a regional membership organization of pollution prevention technical assistance providers. To get an idea of current regional projects, I suggest visiting the web sites of some of the organizations listed in the GLRPPR Contacts database ( You may also want to take a look at past grant recipients' projects, listed at

If you're looking for information about other greening government projects outside the region, see:

Greening the Supply Chain

Environmentally Preferable Purchasing: Government Procurement

Greening Government (Canada)

Greening Florida Government

Greening Colorado Government

Office of the Federal Environmental Executive
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