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Subject Areas Covered

Agriculture
Asbestos
Chemicals
Environmental Laws
General Environmental Information
Groundwater
Household Hazardous Waste
Industry Specific Waste Reduction
Joint Survey Reports
Laboratories
Materials Exchange
Occupational Safety and Health
Polychlorinated Biphenyls
Pesticides
Pollution Prevention
Radioactive Materials
Recycling
Remediation
Schools
Small Quantity Generators
Toxicology
Title III
Underground Storage Tanks


Agriculture

AGR- 002. GROUNDWATER AND THE RURAL HOMEOWNER US Geological Survey, [1989].

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Asbestos

ASB- 013. ASBESTOS/NESHAP REGULATED ASBESTOS CONTAINING MATERIALS GUIDANCE -- Washington, DC : U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, Stationary Source Compliance Division , 1990.

ASB- 014. ASBESTOS/NESHAP ADEQUATELY WET GUIDANCE -- Washington, DC : U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, Stationary Source Compliance Division , 1990.

ASB- 015. COMMON QUESTIONS ON THE ASBESTOS NESHAP -- Washington, DC : U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, Stationary Source Compliance Division , 1990.

ASB-017. TOXICOLOGICAL PROFILE FOR ASBESTOS -- Atlanta, GA: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, Division of Toxicology, 2001.

SECTOR RESOURCES: CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION: ASBESTOS -- Champaign, IL : Great Lakes Regional Pollution Prevention Roundtable, 2006-.

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Environmental Law

ENV- 002.ILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT (MOST CURRENT AVAILABLE) Springfield, IL: IL Environmental Protection Agency.

LIBRARIAN'S ENVIRONMENTAL TOOLKIT: REGULATORY, LEGAL, AND POLICY INFORMATION -- Champaign, IL : Illinois Waste Management and Research Center.

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General Environmental Information

GEN- 008. TERMS OF ENVIRONMENT: GLOSSARY, ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS -- Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Communications & Public Affairs, 1997.

GEN- 009. All About the Illinois EPA -- Springfield, IL: IL Environmental Protection Agency, Govt. and Community Affairs, 2002.

GEN- 022. "GREEN" ADVERTISING CLAIMS -- Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, October 1992.

GEN- 023. HOW TO SELECT AN ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT -- Springfield, IL: Illinois Department of Commerce and Community Affairs, 1994.

GEN- 024. ILLINOIS SMALL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM -- Springfield, IL: Department of Commerce and Community Affairs, May 2001.

GEN- 036. GUIDE TO ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES. -- Washington, DC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1998.

GEN- 038. PUBLICATIONS AVAILABLE FROM THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES -- Springfield, IL : Illinois Department of Natural Resources.

GEN- 039. 2001 VOLUNTEER PROJECT DIRECTORY -- Springfield, IL : Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Division of Constituency Services , 2001.

GEN- 041. KIDS FOR CONSERVATION TODAY & TOMORROW -- Springfield, IL : Illinois Department of Natural Resources , 1997.

GEN- 042. SMALL BUSINESS FINANCING OPTIONS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE -- Springfield, IL : Illinois Dept. of Commerce and Community Affairs, 1998.

GEN- 043 2000 NORTH AMERICAN EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDEBOOK: A Guidebook for First Responders during the Initial Phase of a Hazardous Materials/Dangerous Good Incident -- Ottawa, Ontario, Canada : Transport Canada, Safety and Security, Dangerous Goods, 2000.

GEN- 044 ILLINOIS EPA'S QUICK ANSWER DIRECTORY -- Springfield, IL: Illinois Environmental Pollution Agency, 2000.

GEN- 045 U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY LIBRARY REGION 5-- Chicago, IL: Illinois Environmental Pollution Agency Region 5 Library, 2001.

GEN-046 QUICK ANSWER DIRECTORY -- Springfield, IL: Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Small Business.

TOX TOWN -- Washington, DC: National Library of Medicine.

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Groundwater

GWP- 006. THE ILLINOIS GROUNDWATER PROTECTION ACT--A SAFEGUARD FOR ILLINOIS' WATER SUPPLY Springfield, IL: IL Dept. of Energy and Natural Resources, 198?

GWP- 007. THE ILLINOIS GROUNDWATER PROTECTION ACT Springfield, IL: IL Dept. of Energy and Natural Resources.

GWP- 009. A PRIMER REGARDING CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE ILLINOIS GROUNDWATER PROTECTION ACT Springfield, IL: IL Environmental Protection Agency, Division of Public Water Supplies, 1988.

GWP- 011. PROTECTING OUR GROUNDWATER--A GROWER'S GUIDE ? American Farm Bureau Federation, ?

GWP- 016. SHALLOW INJECTION WELL PRACTICES : CLASS V WELL FACTS. Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Drinking Water,

GWP- 017. IS SOMEONE CONTAMINATING YOUR DRINKING WATER? : An Overview of Potentially Harmful Shallow Injection Wells. Chicago, IL: US EPA, Office of Drinking Water, 199?

GWP- 019. NITRATE IN DRINKING WATER -- Springfield, IL : Illinois Department of Public Health , 1996.

GWP- 020. LEAD IN YOUR DRINKING WATER -- Washington, DC : US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water , 1993.

GWP- 021. WELL SAMPLING FOR COLIFORM AND NITRATE -- Springfield, IL : Illinois Department of Public Health , 1995.

GWP- 022. ABANDONED WELLS -- Springfield, IL : Illinois Department of Public Health , 1995.

GWP- 023. FARM BUREAU'S WATER QUALITY SELF-HELP CHECKLIST -- Bloomington, IL : Illinois Farm Bureau, 1997.

GWP- 024. GARDENING IN YOUR WELLHEAD PROTECTION AREA: KEEPING YOUR DRINKING WATER CLEAN -- Springfield, IL : Illinois Department of Natural Resources, 1998.

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Household Hazardous Wastes

HHW- 007. DON'T POISON THE ONES YOU LOVE! [Madison, WI]: Woodland Advertising, c198?

HHW- 013. HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE FACT SHEET PACKET St. Paul, MN: Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, 198?

HHW- 017. RECIPES FOR A SAFER HOME Springfield, IL: IL Environmental Protection Agency, 1988.

HHW- 023. HAZARDOUS CONSTITUENTS OF COMMON HOUSEHOLD COMMODITIES : APPENDIX EXCERPTED FROM CHARACTERIZATION OF HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE FROM MARIN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, AND NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. Las Vegas, NV: US Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory, 1987.

HHW- 024. GET THE LEAD OUT : Prevention: How to protect children against lead poisoning. Springfield, IL: Illinois Department of Public Health, 6/93.

HHW- 025. GET THE LEAD OUT : INTERVENTION: How to lower blood lead levels in children. Springfield, IL: Illinois Department of Public Health, 6/93.

HHW- 026. GET THE LEAD OUT : RENOVATION: How to safely remove old paint. Springfield, IL : Illinois Department of Public Health, 6/93.

HHW- 027. DISPOSING OF APPLIANCES WITH REFRIGERANTS : What You Should Know. Washington, DC: US EPA, Office of Air and Radiation, May 1993.

HHW- 030. READ THE LABEL -- Washington, DC : American Chemical Society (ACS) , 1995.

HHW- 031. THE DISPOSAL GUIDE TO HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTES: Preventing Pollution to Protect Our Great Lakes: Lake Watch! -- Washington, DC : U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1995?.

HHW- 032. HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE : Steps to Safe Management -- Washington, DC : United States Environmental Protection Agency, Solid Waste and Emergency Response , 1993.

HHW- 033. THE CONSUMER'S HANDBOOK FOR REDUCING SOLID WASTE -- Washington, DC : United States Environmental Protection Agency , 1996.

HHW- 034. LEFTOVER PAINT: THE SIX-POINT PROGRAM FOR LEFTOVER PAINT-- Washington, DC : National Paint & Coatings Association, 1999.

HHW-035. A BETTER INDOOR ENVIRONMENT: THROUGH USE OF HOUSEHOLD AND FAMILY CARE PRODUCTS -- Arlington, VA: Chemical Educational Foundation, 1998.

HHW-036. CHEMICALS IN YOUR HOME: HOW TO HANDLE HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS PRODUCTS AND WASTE -- Arlington, VA: Chemical Educational Foundation.

HHW-037. MERCURY IN THE ENVIRONMENT: DO YOU WORK WITH ANY OF THESE ITEMS THAT MAY CONTAIN MERCURY? Chicago, IL: Great Lakes National Program Office, 1997

HHW-038. GUIDE TO HOUSEHOLD WASTE DISPOSAL West Lafayette, IN: Purdue Research Foundation, 1996. All Rights Reserved.

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Industry Specific Waste Reduction

IND- 003. MEETING HAZARDOUS WASTE REQUIREMENTS FOR METAL FINISHERS Cincinnati, OH: US Environmental Protection Agency, Center for Environmental Research Information, 1987.

IND- 033. REDUCING HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATION WITH EXAMPLES FROM THE ELECTROPLATING INDUSTRY Raleigh, NC: Industrial Extension Service, North Carolina State University, 198?

IND- 034. THE SAFE HANDLING OF PERCHLOROETHYLENE DRY CLEANING SOLVENT: Beyond Regulatory Compliance. Washington, DC: Halogenated Solvents Industry Alliance, 1999.

IND- 035. DOES YOUR FACILITY GENERATE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE WASTES? Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, ?

IND- 036. MULTIPROCESS WET CLEANING : Cost and Performance Comparison of Conventional Dry Cleaning and an Alternative Process -- Executive Summary. Washington DC: US EPA, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, Sept. 1993.

IND- 037. DESIGN FOR THE ENVIRONMENT: DRY CLEANING PROJECT : Cleaner Clothes, Cleaner Neighborhoods, Cleaner Solutions. Washington DC: US EPA, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, April 1993.

IND- 040. DESIGN FOR THE ENVIRONMENT: CASE STUDY- SCREEN PRINTING : Reducing the Use of Reclamation Chemicals in Screen Cleaning. Washington DC: US EPA; Printing Trade Associations Nationwide, 199?

IND- 041. GUIDES TO POLLUTION PREVENTION: THE COMMERCIAL PRINTING INDUSTRY Cincinnati, OH: The Laboratory; USEPA, 1990.

IND- 042. GUIDES TO POLLUTION PREVENTION: THE AUTOMOTIVE REFINISHING INDUSTRY Cincinnati, OH: Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory and Center for Environmental Research Information, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; USEPA, 1991.

IND- 043. GUIDES TO POLLUTION PREVENTION: THE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR INDUSTRY Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; USEPA, 1991.

IND- 044. GUIDES TO POLLUTION PREVENTION: THE MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT REPAIR INDUSTRY Cincinnati, OH: United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development. 1992. (Link to ordering information at U.S. EPA)

IND- 045. GUIDES TO POLLUTION PREVENTION: THE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY Cincinnati, OH: The Office; USEPA, 1990. (Link to abstract and ordering information at U.S. EPA)

IND- 046. GUIDES TO POLLUTION PREVENTION: THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; USEPA, 1991.

IND- 047. GUIDES TO POLLUTION PREVENTION: THE PAINT MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY Cincinnati, OH: The Laboratory; USEPA, 1990.

IND- 048. GUIDES TO POLLUTION PREVENTION: THE PHOTOPROCESSING INDUSTRY Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; USEPA, 1991. (Link to abstract and ordering information at U.S. EPA)

IND- 049. GUIDES TO POLLUTION PREVENTION: SELECTED HOSPITAL WASTE STREAMS Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1990.

IND- 050. GUIDES TO POLLUTION PREVENTION: THE FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS INDUSTRY Cincinnati, OH: The Office of Research and Development; USEPA, 1990.

IND- 051. SCREEN PRINTING: SMARTER, SAFER SCREEN RECLAMATION: ALTERNATIVE SYSTEM EPSILON -- Washington, DC : U.S. Environmental Protection Agency , 1996.

IND- 052. YOUR SCREEN RECLAMATION SYSTEM -- Washington, DC : U.S. Environmental Protection Agency , 1997.

IND- 053. ILLINOIS GREAT PRINTERS PROJECT : A Smart and Environmentally Sound Business Decision -- Chicago, IL : Printing Industry of Illinois and Indiana , 1997?

IND- 054. EXTENDING THE LIFE OF RAILROAD SHOP CLEANERS WITH ULTRAFILTRATION / Andes, R.P., Rajagopalan, K., Lindsey, T., Pickowitz, J., Barkan, C.P.L. -- [Pueblo, CO] : Association of American Railroads, Risk Management Division, 1997.

IND- 055. POLLUTION PREVENTION FOR PUBLICLY OWNED TREATMENT WORKS (POTWS) -- Springfield, IL : Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pollution Prevention, 2000.

IND- 056. GREEN AND PROFITABLE PRINTING [videorecording] -- Madison, WI : UW-Extension Cooperative Extension, Solid & Hazardous Waste Education Center, 1996.

IND- 057. INSIDE FLEXO: A CLeaner Run for the Money [videorecording] -- Washington, D.C. : U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1998.

IND- 058. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR PRINTERS: It's a Bottom Line Benefit [videorecording] -- Washington, D.C. : U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1999.

IND- 059. FUEL FOR THOUGHT: HOW TO REDUCE WASTES AT YOUR SHOP -- Washington, D.C. : U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1996.

IND- 060. POLLUTION PREVENTION IN MACHINING AND METAL FABRICATION: A Manual for Technical Assitance Providers -- Boston, MA : Northeast Waste Management Officials' Association, 2001.

IND- 061. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE TIPS AND EPA REGULATION HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY -- Arlington, VA : Chemical Educational Foundation.

IND- 062. PROTECTING YOUR HEALTH, SAFETY, AND THE ENVIRONMENT: CHEMICAL INDUSTRY INITIATIVES -- Arlington, VA : Chemical Educational Foundation.

IND- 063. THE EPA RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAM REGULATIONS: AN OVERVIEW -- Arlington, VA : Chemical Educational Foundation.

IND- 064. POLLUTION PREVENTION: TIPS FOR FLEXOGRAPHIC PRINTERS -- Washinton, DC: U.S, Environmental Protection Agency, Design for the Environment Program. 2002.

IND- 065. MERCURY POLICY PROJECT -- Montpelier, VT: Mercury Policy Project.


Joint Survey Reports

ISSJR- 002. EVALUATION OF UNDERGROUND INJECTION OF INDUSTRIAL WASTE IN ILLINOIS Champaign, IL: Illinois State Geological Survey, 1989.

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Laboratories

LAB- 001. LESS IS BETTER : Laboratory chemical management for waste reduction. Washington, DC: American Chemical Society, Dept. of Govt. Relations and Science Policy, c1985.

LAB- 002. RCRA & LABORATORIES Washington, DC: American Chemical Society, Dept. of Government Relations and Science Policy, 1986.

LAB- 003. THE WASTE MANAGEMENT MANUAL FOR LABORATORY PERSONNEL Washington, DC: American Chemical Society, Dept. of Government Relations and Science Policy, 1990.

LAB- 004. LABORATORY WASTE MINIMIZATION AND POLLUTION PREVENTION: A Guide for Teachers Richland, WA: Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories, 1996.

LAB- 005. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT GUIDE FOR SMALL LABORATORIES, Washington, DC : USEPA, Small Business Division, 2000 (1998 editions are currently available at ISTC).

LAB- 006. STEPS TO A SAFER SCIENCE LABORATORY AND STORAGE ROOM, Arlington, VA : Chemical Educational Foundation, 2001

LAB- 007. THE MSDS: YOUR PARTNER IN SAFETY Arlington, VA: Chemical Educational Foundation, 1996.

LAB- 008. USING CHEMICAL LABELS FOR SAFETY Arlington, VA: Chemical Educational Foundation, 1997.

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Materials Exchange

MAT- 001. INDUSTRIAL MATERIAL EXCHANGE SERVICE DIRECTORY --LATEST EDITION (BIMONTHLY) Springfield, IL: Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, Bimonthly.

MAT- 002. INDUSTRIAL MATERIAL EXCHANGE SERVICE : What do diaper lint, hydrochloric acid, waste oil, iron oxide, and coconut oil have in common? Springfield, IL: IL EPA, Office of Pollution Prevention.

MAT- 003. INDIANA MATERIALS EXCHANGE Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Materials Exchange.

MAT- 004. RECYCLE IOWA: IOWA WASTE EXCHANGE Des Moines, IA: Recycle Iowa.

MAT- 005. KENTUCKY INDUSTRIAL EXCHANGE PROGRAMS Louisville, KY: Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center.

MAT- 006. BUSINESS MATERIAL EXCHANGE OF WISCONSIN (BMEX) Beloit WI: Business Material Exchange of Wisconsin.

MAT- 007. WasteCap Wisconsin Milwaukee WI: WasteCap Wisconsin.

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Occupational Safety and Health

OSHA- 001. ALL ABOUT OSHA: Washington, DC] : US Dept. of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, 2000.

OSHA- 002. EMPLOYEE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SAFETY TRAINING: Arlington, VA; Chemical Educational Foundation.

OSHA- 003. WHAT HAZARDOUS MATERIALS REGULATIONS APPLY TO MATERIALS OF TRADE?: Washington, DC; U.S. Dept. of Transportation.

OSHA- 004. PREPARING A HAZARDOUS MATERIAL SHIPMENT FOR SURFACE TRANSPORTATION: Arlington, VA; Chemical Educational Foundation, 1995. (link to ordering information from Chemical Educational Foundation).

OSHA-005. GUIDANCE FOR PROTECTING BUILDING ENVIRONMENTS FROM AIRBORNE CHEMICAL , BIOLOGICAL, OR RADIOLOGICAL ATTACKS: Washington, DC; National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 2002.

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Polychlorinated Biphenyls

PCB- 002. LIGHT BRIEF: EPA GREEN LIGHTS PROGRAM : CLEANING UP: Is There a "Right" Way to Dispose of Your Old Light Ballasts? Washington, DC: US EPA, June 1992.

PCB- 003 LIGHTING WASTE DISPOSAL Washington, DC: US EPA, September 1998.

PCB- 004 HOW TO MANAGE USED FLUORESCENT AND HIGH-INTENSITY-DISCHARGE LAMPS AS UNIVERSAL WASTES Springfield, IL: Illinois EPA.


Pesticides

PES- 002. CITIZEN'S GUIDE TO PESTICIDES Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances, 1990.

PES- 003. DON'T BUG ME--PESTICIDE SAFETY FOR CHILDREN Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, 1977.

PES- 004. INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT FOR THE HOME AND GARDEN Urbana, IL: University of Illinois, Institute for Environmental Studies, [1993].

PES- 010. PESTICIDES FACT BOOK Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Public Affairs, 1986.

PES- 011. RECYCLING PESTICIDE RINSEWATER Springfield, IL: IL Environmental Protection Agency, 198?

PES- 015. SIX STEPS TO SAFER USE OF PESTICIDES Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, 199-

PES- 016. GUIDES TO POLLUTION PREVENTION: THE PESTICIDE FORMULATING INDUSTRY Cincinnati, OH: The Office; USEPA, 1990.

PES- 017. WATER ISSUES : Commonly Asked Questions about Water and Crop Protection -- Sioux City, IA : Mid-America Crop Protection Association , 1996.

PES- 018. INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT (IPM) IN SCHOOLS -- Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, 2002.

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Pollution Prevention

POL- 003. HAZARDOUS WASTE REDUCTION--THE BOTTOM LINE Alexandria, VA: Water Pollution Control Federation, 198?

POL- 004. PPIC--THE POLLUTION PREVENTION INFORMATION CLEARINGHOUSE Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, April, 1993.

POL- 005. WASTE MINIMIZATION--ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY WITH ECONOMIC BENEFITS Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, 1990.

POL- 006. YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE--YOU CAN TEACH YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY ABOUT POLLUTION PREVENTION...BY YOUR EXAMPLE Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, 1990.

POL- 008. POLLUTION PREVENTION FACT SHEET--POLLUTION PREVENTION TRAINING AND EDUCATION Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, 1990.

POL- 009. POLLUTION PREVENTION FACT SHEET--EPA'S "LIST OF LISTS" PROJECT Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, 1990.

POL- 010. DOES YOUR BUSINESS PRODUCE HAZARDOUS WASTE? MANY SMALL BUSINESSES DO Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, 1990.

POL- 011. FACTS ABOUT...POLLUTION CONTROL LOANS Washington, DC: US Small Business Administration, Office of Public Communications, 1990; HWRIC revision, 1991.

POL- 012. 48 THINGS YOU CAN DO AT YOUR WORK PLACE TO ENCOURAGE POLLUTION PREVENTION Santa Barbara, CA: Engineering Foundation Conference "Pollution Prevention -- Making It Happen!" 1992.

POL- 013. THE 33/50 PROGRAM : Forging an alliance for pollution prevention. Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Toxic Substances, 1991.

POL- 014. POLLUTION PREVENTION RESOURCES AND TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES IN 1992 Washington, DC: USEPA, 1992.

POL- 015. REDUCING HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANTS : Introducing EPA's innovative early reductions program. Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air and Radiation, 1991.

POL- 016. WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT COMBUSTION APPLIANCES AND INDOOR AIR POLLUTION Washington, DC: American Lung Association, 1991.

POL- 017. EPA AND INDOOR AIR QUALITY Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Air and Radiation, 1991.

POL- 018. VENTILATION AND AIR QUALITY IN OFFICES Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Air and Radiation, 1990.

POL- 019. SICK BUILDING SYNDROME Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Air and Radiation, 1991.

POL- 020. ENVIRONMENTAL TOBACCO SMOKE Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Air and Radiation, 1989.

POL- 021. REPORT TO CONGRESS ON INDOOR AIR QUALITY Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Air and Radiation, 1989.

POL- 022. WASTE MINIMIZATION IN METALS PARTS CLEANING Washington, DC: The Office, 1989.

POL- 023. CHOOSE THE ROAD TO CLEAN AIR Trenton, NJ ? Ozone Transport Commission, ?

POL- 024. THE CLEAN AIR ACT AMENDMENTS OF 1990 : A GUIDE FOR SMALL BUSINESSES. Washington, D.C. US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air Radiation, 1992.

POL- 025. CLEANER PRODUCTION PROGRAMME : AN INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMME PROMOTION CLEANER PRODUCTION THROUGH INFORMATION EXCHANGE, EDUCATION, AND PUBLIC AWARENESS. Paris, France: Industry and Environment Programme Activity Centre (UNEP-IE/PAC) ?

POL- 026. SAVE ENERGY & SAVE THE EARTH : Our Energy Waste Is Polluting Our Planet. Chicago, IL: US EPA Region 5, 1993.

POL- 027. A PRIMER FOR FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF POLLUTION PREVENTION PROJECTS Washington DC: US EPA, Office of Research and Development, April 1993.

POL- 028. STORM WATER MANAGEMENT FOR INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITIES : Developing Pollution Prevention Plans And Best Management Practices - Summary Guidance. Washington DC: US EPA, Office of Water, October 1992.

POL- 029. FACILITY POLLUTION PREVENTION GUIDE Washington DC: US EPA, Office of Solid Waste/ Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory/Office of Research and Development, 199?

POL- 030. WHAT A SMALL BUSINESS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE NEW CLEAN AIR ACT US EPA, Asbestos and Small Business Ombudsman, November 1993.

POL- 031. WASTEWI$E : EPA's Voluntary Program for Reducing Business Solid Waste. Washington, DC: US EPA, Office Solid Waste and Emergency Response, October 1993.

POL- 032. WASTE WI$E TIP SHEET: WASTE PREVENTION Washington, DC: US EPA, Solid Waste and Emergency Response, January 1994.

POL- 033. WASTE WI$E TIP SHEET: FACILITY ASSESSMENTS Washington, DC: US EPA, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, January 1994.

POL- 034. QS & AS ON OZONE-DEPLETING SOLVENTS AND THEIR SUBSTITUTES Washington DC: US EPA, Office of Air and Radiation, Office of Stratospheric Protection Division, April 1993.

POL- 035. DESIGN FOR THE ENVIRONMENT FACT SHEET : Accounting and Insurance Projects Applications for Pollution Prevention in Financial Professions. Washington DC: US EPA, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, March 1993.

POL- 036. THE CASE AGAINST MERCURY : Rx for Pollution Prevention. Washington, DC: Terrene Institute, 1995.

POL- 037. MAKE YOUR FACILITY A LEADER IN MERCURY POLLUTION PREVENTION [POSTER] Washington, DC: Terrene Institute, 1995.

POL- 038. OFFICE OF POLLUTION PREVENTION GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM -- Springfield, IL : Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pollution Prevention , 1995.

POL- 039. GRADUATE INTERNSHIP PROGRAM 1995 PROJECT ABSTRACTS -- Springfield, IL : Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pollution Prevention , 1995.

POL- 040. FARM*A*SYST/HOME*A*SYST -- Madison, WI : Farm*A*Syst/Home*A*Syst , 1996.

POL- 041. Graduate Internship Program 1998 Project Abstracts -- Springfield, IL: Illinois Environmental Protection Agency Office of Pollution Prevention, 1998.

POL- 042. PARTNERS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT: BOOSTING YOUR BOTTOM LINE -- Washington, DC : US EPA, Office of Policy and Innovation, 2000.

POL- 043. WARNING: IT'S DAZZLING...IT'S SLICK...IT'S MERCURY...AND IT CAN KILL YOU! -- Washington, DC : US EPA, Office of Emergency and Remedial Response, 1995.

POL- 044. THE LEAN AND GREEN SUPPLY CHAIN: A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR MATERIALS MANAGERS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGERS TO REDUCE COSTS AND IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE -- Washington, DC : US EPA, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, 2000.

POL- 045. TOPICAL REPORTS ENVIRONMENTAL PURCHASING -- Seattle, WA : Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center (PPRC), 2000.

POL- 046. THE SMALL BUSINESS SOURCE BOOK ON ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITING Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Small Business Division, 2000.

POL- 047. WHY SHOULD YOU CARE ABOUT PREVENTING WASTE? Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, 2001.

POL-048. P2 FOR THE HOLIDAYS -- Champaign, IL: Great Lakes Regional Pollution Prevention Roundtable, 2003.

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Radioactive Materials

RAD- 002. COMPANIES OFFERING RADON MONITORING SERVICES (INCLUDES ILL. LIST) Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency, 1989.

RAD- 004. RADON REDUCTION METHODS : A Homeowner's Guide.

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