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(Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming)
Montana Department of Environmental Quality - Air, Energy and Pollution Prevention Bureau
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
PO Box 200901
Helena, MT 59620-0901
Office of Outreach and Environmental Assistance - Wyoming Dept of Environmental Quality
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
Herschler Bldg. 4-W
Cheyenne, WY 82001-3004
Partners for a Clean Environment (PACE) - City of Boulder - Environmental Affairs
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
Boulder, CO 80306
Hot Line: 303-786-7223
Pollution Prevention Program - North Dakota Department of Health
The Pollution Prevention Program (P2) works with business and industry across the state of North Dakota to minimize waste generation and provide innovative management practices to reduce waste disposal, with the public of North Dakota to present information on waste management and recycling issues and with local governments to provide assistance in starting recycling programs.
PO Box 5520
Bismarck, ND 58506-5520
Hot Line: 800-755-1625
Pollution Prevention Unit - CO Department of Public Health and Environment
Offers information and technical assistance including: free, confidential on-site assessments; phone consultation; industry-specific fact sheets and case studies; training programs and technical workshops; program support for local governments and tribes
4300 Cherry Creek Drive
Denver, CO 80222
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