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The mission of the Division of Environmental Health and Sustainability is to protect and improve Colorado's environment and human health through education, collaboration and compliance assurance while promoting sustainability practices.
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Contact: Kirk Mills, P2 Specialist/SARA Coordinator
Assists Montana citizens, local governments, and businesses in reducing or preventing pollution and managing wastes. The Bureau promotes source reduction, reuse, recycling, and composting; assistas in creating new uses and markets for Montana's waste resources; and educates the public about voluntary ways to manage resources and operations to reduce this pollution.
1100 North Last Chance Gulch
Contact: Lou Moore, Bureau Chief
The office was created to provide environmental information and assistance to the businesses, municipalities and citizens of Wyoming in a non-threatening, non-regulatory manner. The Office provides a combination of informational and educational environmental services including: a wide range of printed, electronic and video format environmental information; copies of rules and regulations and permitting requirement explanations; public presentations and displays; personal visits to locations statewide; answers to telephone and e-mail inquiries. All services are provided free of charge. The office is staffed with four positions: Small Business Ombudsman, Small Business Assistance Coordinator, Pollution Prevention Program Coordinator, Emergency Response Coordinator.
122 West 25th Street
Contact: James Uzzell, Management Services Administrator
Voluntary, non-regulatory program offering free pollution prevention education and technical assistance to Boulder County businesses in the form of focus groups, workshops, on-site assessments, education and outreach, certification and recognition programs. The program is a cooperative effort of the city of Boulder, Boulder County Public Health, city of Longmont, Town of Superior and Boulder Chamber of Commerce.
PO Box 79
The Utah P2 program provides compliance and technical assistance, training and educational opportunities to citizens and businesses in Utah. They also offer a pollution prevention awards program. Industry expertise includes but is not limited to: agriculture, air quality, auto repair, autobody, dry cleaning, energy conservation, local government, manufacturing, metal finishing, mining, painting, printing, wastewater treatment, and water quality.
PO Box 144810
Contact: Paul Harding, Coordinator
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources provides source reduction technical assistance and information to the agricultural sector and rural communities. Other program initiatives provide assistance and information to small and mid-sized businesses and manufacturers. The program works through internal and external partners to deliver source reduction strategies to the state's citizens. Internal project partners include DENR's media programs and the Dept. of Agriculture. External partners include South Dakota State University Cooperative Extension Service, School of Mines and Technology, resource conservation and development districts, municipalities, and trade associations.
Joe Foss Building, 523 East Capitol Avenue
Contact: Barry McLaury
DEQ's mission is to safeguard public health and our quality of life by protecting and enhancing the environment. We implement State and Federal environmental laws and work with individuals, community groups, and businesses to protect the quality of our air, land and water.
150 North 1950 West