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Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment leaving NYCWasteLess
Provides information for the Air Force installation's environmental and construction programs.

Environmental Compliance and Pollution Prevention Guides leaving NYCWasteLess
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) publishes the Environmental Compliance and Pollution Prevention Guides geared to various operations, including Small Quantity Generators, Vehicle Maintenance Shops, and Health Care. They also publih the Used Oil Regulations Guide for Auto Repair Shops.

Household Products Database leaving NYCWasteLess
The National Institute of Health (NHI) National Library of Medicine hosts the Household Products Database, which provides access to material safety data sheets (MSDS) for more than 4,000 consumer products.

Joint Service Pollution Prevention and Sustainable Technical Library leaving NYCWasteLess, an official U.S. Navy website identifies available pollution prevention (P2) technologies, management practices, and processes for a wide variety of activities.

Local Government Environmental Assistance Network leaving NYCWasteLess
The Local Government Environmental Assistance Network, operated by the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), offers a comprehensive guide to pollution prevention.

Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Institute (TURI) leaving NYCWasteLess
TURDI promotes reduction in the use of toxic chemicals and the generation of toxic by-products.

Pollution Prevention (P2) leaving NYCWasteLess
United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) operates Pollution Prevention (P2), a website repository for pollution prevention information, including the Significant New Alternatives Program (SNAP) leaving NYCWasteLess which lists less toxic substitutes leaving NYCWasteLess.

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