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Re: Looking for refs. to P2/Source Red. in Sewer Use Regs.


The City of Mesa's permit for industrial dischargers to the POTW includes
requirements for source reduction plans.  The facilities' plans must
identify pollution prevention and/or source reduction strategies that have
been taken or will be taken to reduce the amount of certain chemicals
discharged to the Mesa sanitary sewer.  The chemicals vary with the permit.

The City of Mesa contact is Brian Draper, Industrial Pretreatment
Supervisor, (480)644-3246
340 East Sixth Street P.O. Box 1466
Mesa, Arizona 85211-1466

Sandra Eberhardt, Manager
Pollution Prevention Unit
Arizona Department of Environmental Quality

>>> "Robert Lanphear" <RLanphear@dtsc.ca.gov> 05/23 11:40 am >>>

You may wish to look at some of the publications by the city of Palo Alto
and specifically under Industry. The site is
http://www.city.palo-alto.ca.us/cleanbay/publications.html. If you wish to
talk to people, Kelly Moran, who worked in the department, may be able to
give names and phone numbers. She can be reached at

Hope this helps.

Bob Lanphear
Western Regional P2
Information Clearinghouse
P.O. Box 806
Sacramento, CA 95812-0806
(fx) (916) 327-4494

>>> "Lynda Rankin" <RANKINLX@gov.ns.ca> 05/23/00 11:05AM >>>
Hi all: 

Doing a little research - wonder if you can help me out ? 

I'm looking for municipal sewer use legislation that addresses P2 planning
and/or Source Reduction.   

Any examples of legislation that requires P2 planning or  that identifies
P2 as a goal or principle in the introductory sections would be very
useful.  To date the only example I have found is the City of Toronto. 

Thanks in advance for help you can provide.


Lynda Rankin
Pollution Prevention Specialist
Resource Management and Environmental Protection
Nova Scotia Department of Environment
5151 Terminal Road

P.O. Box 2107
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Canada, B3J 3B7
tel:       (902) 424-2578
fax:      (902) 424-0503
email: rankinlx@gov.ns.ca