This section displays contact information for experts in pollution prevention (p2).
Programs listed: 3
ATEEC Mission: The advancement of environmental and energy technology education through curriculum, professional, and program development and improvement. ATEEC Vision: Foster a network of educational communities, supported through public and private partnerships, that ensures human health, safety and global sustainability. ATEEC supports creation of educational materials that focus upon emerging technologies in environmental and energy technology education. ATEEC also provides professional development for environmental and sustainable energy educators in hands-on workshops and online networking. ATEEC assists schools, communities and businesses in developing and providing safety, environmental and sustainable energy technology training programs with the best practices in instructional materials and training services.
ATEEC, 500 Belmont Rd.
Bettendorf, IA 52722
Phone: (563) 441-4091
Fax: (563) 441-4080
Contact: Ellen Lensch, Executive Director
Contact Phone: (563) 336-3331
EPEAT® is the definitive global registry for greener electronics. The EPEAT website provides guidance for purchasers and manufacturers and hosts the database of EPEAT-registered products. Assistance is available.
1200 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington DC, Other 20460
Phone: (802) 479-0317
Contact: Sarah O'Brien
Contact: Deborah Nesbitt
The Groundwater Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to educate people and inspire action to ensure clean, sustainable groundwater for future generations. Since 1985, Groundwater Foundation programs and publications present the benefits everyone receives from groundwater and the risks that threaten groundwater quality. We make learning about groundwater fun and understandable for youth and adults alike.
P.O. Box 22558
5561 South 48th, Suite 215
Lincoln, NE 68542-2558
Fax: (402) 434-2742
Hot Line: 800-858-4844
The Topic Hub™ is a product of the Pollution Prevention Resource Exchange (P2Rx)
The Pollution Prevention (P2) Topic Hub™ was developed by:
Hub Last Updated: 7/10/2009
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