Please note that the Topic Hubs developed by this Center have been archived and are no longer being updated. GLRPPR has converted several of its Topic Hubs to LibGuides, which allow for integration of some social features.
View the converted hubs, as well as other LibGuides related to pollution prevention and sustainability, in the University of Illinois' LibGuides Community.
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Alphabetical Listing of Reference Documents by Title
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Clean Energy-Environment Guide to Action [PDF]
Abstract: The Clean Energy-Environment Guide to Action identifies and describes 16 clean energy policies and strategies that states have used to meet their clean energy objectives. It describes how states are successfully expanding the role of clean energy in the U.S. energy system and shares the experience and lessons learned from successful state clean energy policies. EPA developed the Guide to Action to help states learn from each other as they develop their own clean energy programs and policies. State energy offices, public utility commissions, environmental regulators, other state policymakers, and their stakeholders can use the Guide to analyze and implement policies and programs that effectively integrate clean energy into a low-cost, clean, reliable energy system for their state. States participating in the Clean Energy-Environment State Partnership will use the Guide to Action to develop a Clean Energy-Environment State Action Plan for using new or existing policies and programs to increase the use of cost-effective clean energy. (PDF Format; Length: 361 pages)
Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Environmental Council of the States
Abstract: Environmental Council of the States (ECOS), is a national non-profit, non-partisan association of state and territorial environmental commissioners.
Source: Environmental Council of the States
Indiana Department of Environmental Management Pollution Prevention Regulatory Integration
Abstract: Goal: Develop, in coordination with the program offices, recommendations and make decisions on implementation for specific pollution prevention integration goals and projects for the permitting, compliance assurance and enforcement programs.
Source: IDEM OPPTA
Philadelphia Anti-idling Regulations
Abstract: The web page includes brief descriptions and links to the full text of anti-idling regulations for Philadelphia, PA. (Note: You must scroll down to view the anti-idling regulations.)
Source: Philadelphia Diesel Difference
Pollution Prevention Supplemental Environmental Projects Questionnaire for Facilities (1998) [PDF]
Abstract: A questionnaire for defendants to help Ohio EPA evaluate the acceptability of potential P2 SEPs
involving specific source reduction and/or recycling projects.
Source: Ohio EPA, Office of Pollution Prevention
Principles: Pollution Prevention and Sustainability [PDF]
Abstract: The principles outlined in this document will guide state and local air agencies in identifying opportunities for and eliminating obstacles to the practice of P2 and sustainability.
Small Business Assistance?Permit Primer (Wisconsin)
Abstract: The Permit Primer is an interactive web page that helps Wisconsin businesses determine which environmental permits and licenses they need. It also links users to pollution prevention tips, contacts, statutes and more. Includes sections on water supply, storm water, solid waste, hazardous waste, waterway and wetland permits, and air.
Source: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources