P2 Impact

The Pollution Prevention Resource Exchange is a national partnership of regional centers that advance pollution prevention as a cornerstone of sustainability.  The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency created the grant program that supports P2Rx in 1997.
The centers ensure easy access to high-quality information on how to prevent and reduce pollution through source reduction and conservation of natural resources. The centers also build communities of practice, provide technical assistance and measure P2 program results.

The EPA reveals how it's helping food companies take the next steps in environmental sustainability.
Nine ways to unlock operational savings by saving water.
Manufacturers can reduce pollution by using public data to learn from others in their industry.
Taking a closer look at the waste from four big industries helps companies in the Volunteer State to exchange waste materials.
For those in the business of mushrooms, kombucha and aquaponic farms, culture and engagement drive pollution prevention.
Companies across the country are realizing the value of pollution prevention interns.
Companies such as Graco and Surplus Coatings are cleaning up the toxicity of paints and diverting waste from landfills.

How businesses and event planners in the Midwestern city are seizing the business opportunities embedded in the trend toward zero waste.

A lesson from Chicago on one often-overlooked aspect of the material reuse craze.
Building on EPA studies and requirements, a California community measures “point source” pollutants and holds businesses accountable.