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[Fwd: RE: petrol stations]



Depending on what you're looking for, there are a few resources from
California on line.  The California state stormwater task force
negotiated a compromise set of "best management practices" (aimed at
preventing releases to surface waters) with an association representing
retail gasoline stations.  The results of the negotiation are at:

http://www.blymyer.com/stormwaterqtf/RGO.htm

Stronger and more complete sets of practices are available.  For
example, Palo Alto has a good set of information available at 

http://www.city.palo-alto.ca.us/cleanbay/publications.html

Look under "auto"

Kelly Moran
TDC Environmental
www.tdcenvironmental.com

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: RE: petrol stations
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 1999 11:50:47 -0400
From: Rudy Moehrbach <Rudy_Moehrbach@p2pays.org>
Reply-To: Rudy Moehrbach <Rudy_Moehrbach@p2pays.org>
To: "'Centre d'Iniciatives per a la Produccio Neta '"
<prodneta@cipn.es>,"'p2tech@great-lakes.net '" <p2tech@great-lakes.net>

 Tengo un poquito informasion. On our Web Site at www.p2pays.org you can
click on Search Database, then type in service on the first line and
station
on the second line. You will find papers on the subject, at least two of
which you can read on line. You can search further using a specific
subject,
such as used oil, and find more information. Buena suerte.

-----Original Message-----
From: Centre d'Iniciatives per a la Produccio Neta
To: p2tech@great-lakes.net
Sent: 8/24/99 6:38 AM
Subject: petrol stations

Does anybody know where can I find some information about cleaner
technologies for petrol stations?

Best regards

Belen Gallego

CENTRE FOR CLEANER PRODUCTION INITIATIVES
Travessera de Gracia, 56
08006 Barcelona
SPAIN
prodneta@cipn.es