This section displays contact information for experts in mercury-thermostats. For more information about specific programs and contacts in your state, go to the Mercury Reductions Program Database.
Programs listed: 11
Helps Connecticut manufacturers apply advanced manufacturing and management techniques to become more competitive.
1090 Elm Street
Contact: Judith Wlodarczyk
Assists in recycling market development and implementation of integrated solid waste management. Conducts outreach and provides information on global climate change.
One Congress St.
Contact: Jeri Weiss, Resource Conservation Program Manager
Works to strengthen the global competitiveness of U.S.-based manufacturing by providing information, decision support, and implementation assistance to small manufacturing firms in adopting advanced manufacturing technologies, techniques, and business management practices. Maine MEP is part of a nationwide network of MEP centers.
87 Winthrop Street
The Massachusetts Office of Technical Assistance for Toxics Use Reduction (OTA) is a unique organization within the Commonwealth’s Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs that provides a range of non-regulatory assistance services to all Massachusetts businesses and organizations.
100 Cambridge Street
Contact: Bill McGowan
Offers non-regulatory, free-of-charge technical assistance to the industrial community within its servicing district with reducing the generation of waste, conserving water, and improving environmental performance through education, recognition, and compliance assistance.
One Service Road
Contact: James McCaughey
Links people and water resources through science, planning, and education to achieve clean water goals.
29 Hazen Dr.
Contact: Eric Williams
NEWMOA is an interstate association that has a membership composed of the hazardous waste, solid waste, waste site cleanup, and pollution prevention programs in the northeast states. NEWMOA's mission is to develop and sustain an effective partnership of states that helps achieve a clean, healthy, and sustainable environment by exploring, developing, promoting, and implementing environmentally sound solutions for: reducing materials use and preventing pollution and waste; properly reusing and recycling discarded materials that have value; safely managing solid and hazardous wastes; and remediating contaminated sites.
129 Portland Street
Contact: Terri Goldberg, Executive Director
Provides on-site pollution prevention technical & compliance assistance to RI businesses.
235 Promenade Street
Contact: Rich Enander
Provides free technical assistance to employers regarding occupational safety and health issues.
3 Capitol Hill
Contact: James Gamelin
Provides voluntary, multi-media compliance and pollution prevention assistance for Vermont businesses and municipalities. Includes the Small Business Compliance Assistance Program and Municipal Compliance Assistance Program.
103 South Main Street
Contact: Gary Gulka
Provides a confidential, voluntary, multimedia (air*water*waste), environmental compliance assistance program to businesses.
103 South Main Street
Contact: Judi Mirro, Compliance Specialist