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FW: databases



Hi folks,
I am posting this email thread just to avoid duplication of effort (you can
the suggestions I provided to Brendan).  You can read his question at the
bottom of this thread and answer him directly.

Many thanks as always,

Ken

Ken Grimm
PPRC
206-352-2050 phone
206-352-2049 fax
kgrimm@pprc.org


-----Original Message-----
From: brendanodonnell@gmail.com [mailto:brendanodonnell@gmail.com] On Behalf
Of Brendan O'Donnell
Sent: Wednesday, November 08, 2006 2:48 PM
To: Ken Grimm
Subject: Re: databases

Hi Ken,

Wow, that was fast!  It looks like there's a lot of stuff to work
with.  I've seen some of it, but much of it not.

It would be fantastic if you would post my question on the listserve.
I'll be sure to let you know what I find out and what I end up using.
Thanks so much.


-Brendan



On 11/8/06, Ken Grimm <kgrimm@pprc.org> wrote:
> Hi Brendan,
> I have some suggestions for you, but I am unaware of any one-stop-shopping
> outlets.  Also, as I am unaware of the places you've searched to date,
> please accept my apologies if this information is duplicative.  Here are
> some research suggestions with a heavy slant toward solvents and
> substitutions.
>
> For paints and solvents I would start with CAGE, the coatings alternative
> guide at http://cage.rti.org/, as well as the paint and coatings center at
> http://www.paintcenter.org/.
>
> The USEPA's EnviroSense website has some good resources at
> http://es.epa.gov/ssds/ssds.html.
>
> Massachusetts' Toxic Use reduction Institute is excellent (see
> http://www.turi.org/); their cleaner solutions database can be found at
> http://www.cleanersolutions.org/.
>
> A table of solvent alternatives put together by the Air Force P2 team is
on
> the web at
> https://www.denix.osd.mil/denix/Public/Library/AF_P2/Transport/apa-2.html
>
> You can also check Burt Hamner's cleaner production website:
> http://www.cleanerproduction.com/
>
> Check the joint service pollution prevention library at
> http://p2library.nfesc.navy.mil/
>
> The Indiana clean manufacturing technology and safe materials institute at
> Purdue University: http://www.ecn.purdue.edu/CMTI/
>
> PPRC is one of eight pollution prevention organizations affiliated under
the
> P2Rx umbrella.  The P2Rx site is located at http://www.p2rx.org/, with
lots
> of good P2 information and possible other contacts.
>
> I would like to post your question to the P2tech listserve.  The listserve
> goes out to pollution prevention technical assistance providers
nationwide.
> Generally they will respond directly to your email.  Let me know if this
is
> okay and I will post it today.
>
> Good luck!  Let me know how it goes.
>
> Best,
>
> Ken
>
>
>
> Ken Grimm
> PPRC
> 206-352-2050 phone
> 206-352-2049 fax
> kgrimm@pprc.org
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: brendanodonnell@gmail.com [mailto:brendanodonnell@gmail.com] On
Behalf
> Of Brendan O'Donnell
> Sent: Wednesday, November 08, 2006 1:48 PM
> To: office@pprc.org
> Subject: databases
>
> Hi PPRC,
>
> I have a quick question I thought you might be able to help me with.
> I'm a graduate student in civil engineering at UW working on a project
> with King county's industrial materials exchange.  If you're not
> familiar: (http://www.govlink.org/hazwaste/business/imex/).  Along
> with my advisor Joyce Cooper, we are currently conducting an
> industrial ecology Life Cycle Assessment model to determine how human
> health, transportation, eco-substitutes, and other pollution
> prevention methods can influence the program.  Particular attention is
> given to human health impacts of industrial trading solvents and other
> hazardous materials.
>
> The reason why I'm contacting PPRC is that we're having problems
> finding good data for eco-substitution alternatives and pollution
> prevention practices across many industrial materials.  We thought
> this information should be readily available, which in some ways it
> is.  However, it's impossible for us to read through countless reports
> to find substitutes for the thousands of materials that companies
> exchange (particularly solvents).
>
> I hope that makes sense.  I thought it might be worth a quick email to
> you guys to see if had any suggestions.  I guess it's possible we're
> looking for a one stop shop that doesn't even exist.
>
> I apologize if this isn't something you commonly do.  Thank you very
> much for taking the time.
>
>
>
> Brendan O'Donnell
> bgo@u.washington.edu
>
>

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