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Examples of Regulatory Integration in Other States (April 1998)
Abstract: This document describes examples of regulatory integration activities in Alabama, Indiana, Illinois, Massachusetts, Texas and Virginia.
Source: Ohio EPA, Office of Pollution Prevention
Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pollution Prevention
Abstract: The OPP's mission is to promote pollution prevention as the preferred strategy for environmental protection. Reducing or eliminating pollution at the source is preferable to treating or managing it after the fact.
Source: Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pollution Prevention
Illinois EPA: Regulatory Integration
Abstract: This portion of the Illinois EPA Office of Pollution Prevention (OPP) web site provides an overview of OPP's efforts to work with the agency's regulatory programs to integrate P2 into their mainstream functions. Included are brief summaries of "special regulatory integration projects" in which OPP has partnered with regulatory programs on targeted efforts to promote P2 during inspection activities.
Source: Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
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