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DfE Toolkit: Overview [PDF]
Abstract: Overview to DFE Toolkit provides access to several formats. These tools needed to incorporate environmental attributes early into product design.
Source: Minnesota Office of Environmental Assistance
Green Business Standards
Abstract: The Green Business Standards define what a business or public agency must achieve to be certified “green.”
Source: Bay Area Green Business Program
Abstract: EPA's Office of Transportation and Air Quality (OTAQ) partnerships aim to achieve measurable environmental results in a cost-effective and beneficial way without the need for regulation. These programs can reduce pollution and improve air quality by means of forming partnerships with small and large businesses, citizen groups, industry, manufacturers, trade associations, and state and local governments.
Pollution Prevention Checklist [PDF]
Abstract: This pollution prevention checklist offers companies tips on how to improve their bottom line while protecting the environment.
Source: Illinois EPA
Pollution Prevention Checklist for your Business
Abstract: This checklist will help you identify opportunities to save your business money and reduce its impact on the environment.
Source: Maryland Department of the Environment
Toxics Use Reduction Institute (TURI)
Abstract: Established by the Commonwealth's Toxics Use Reduction Act of 1989, TURI provide services and grant programs to reduce the use of toxic chemicals, energy and water while enhancing the economic competitiveness of local businesses.
Source: Toxics Use Reduction Institute
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