This section displays contact information for experts in pollution prevention (p2) internships.
Programs listed: 13
The Butler County Department of Environmental Services provides safe, reliable services to Butler County — one of the fastest growing counties in Ohio.
130 High Street
Contact: Kimberley York, P2 Intern Advisor
The Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District (District) is a County organization, established by State law, responsible for ensuring that the County achieves State mandated goals for recycling and waste reduction. The District achieves these goals through the implementation of waste reduction programs targeted to residents, communities, businesses, and schools. It is a division of the Hamilton County Department of Environmental Services.
250 William Howard Taft Road
Contact: Catherine Walsh, P2 Intern Advisor
The mission of the Office of Pollution Prevention (OPP) is to promote pollution prevention (P2) as the preferred strategy for environmental protection. The OPP promotes P2 through a variety of educational, technical assistance, regulatory integration and voluntary recognition initiatives.
1021 N. Grand Avenue East
Contact: Richard Reese, P2 Internship Program Coordinator
Interns with the Iowa Pollution Prevention Program experience a unique partnership of academia, industry and government all working together toward environmental and economic goals.
502 East 9th Street
Contact: Danielle Dilks, P2 Intern Program Coordinator
The Pollution Prevention Institute (PPI) is an agency within Engineering Extension at Kansas State University. PPI provides confidential, technical, environmental pollution prevention and compliance assistance to businesses and institutions. PPI also operates the Kansas Small Business Environmental Assistance Program (SBEAP).
Kansas State University
Contact: Nancy Larson, Director
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) provides assistance to businesses, institutions and the public to improve the environment and save money by adopting the three "R's" reduce, reuse and recycle. Known also as pollution prevention, this is a non-regulatory assistance program that provides information, technical assistance and financial incentives to reduce pollution.
P.O. Box 30473
Contact: Dale Copedge, P2 RETAP Internship Program
Provides free, confidential, non-enforcement, multi-media, pollution prevention and compliance assistance programs that are available to all New Hampshire businesses, institutions, municipalities, and agencies.
29 Hazen Drive
Contact: Stephanie D'Agostino
Since 1984, UMMAP has provided critical solutions to help Maryland manufacturers grow and become more competitive. A program of Mtech at the University of Maryland, UMMAP is a cost-effective, objective resource. As Maryland’s affiliate of the federal NIST Manufacturing Extension Partnership, UMMAP draws upon a national network of solution providers, as well as the expertise of the entire University System of Maryland.
410 W. Lombard Street
Contact: Paul Gietka, Manager
The Minnesota Technical Assistance Program (MnTAP) is an outreach program at the University of Minnesota that helps Minnesota businesses develop and implement industry-tailored solutions that prevent pollution at the source, maximize efficient use of resources, and reduce energy use and cost to improve public health and the environment.
University of Minnesota - McNamara Alumni Center
Contact: Krysta Larson, Intern Program Coordinator
The Missouri Environmental Assistance Center (MOEAC) is the one-stop resource for pollution prevention and environmental compliance assistance for Missouri small businesses.
University of Missouri
Contact: Marie Steinwachs, P2 Internship Coordinator
Contact: Leah Christian
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s (UNL) Partners in Pollution Prevention (P3) program has helped both area college students and Nebraska businesses since 1997. Undergraduate student interns provide one-to-one Pollution Prevention assistance to Nebraska businesses by performing waste assessments or other waste reduction projects.
University of Nebraska
Contact: Bruce Dvorak, Associate Professor
Teams engineering students with interested facilities to work on Pollution Prevention projects. The Internship program usually runs for a 10 week period during the summer. Trained student interns receive a stipend and work at the facility site.
University of New Hampshire
Contact: Ihab Farag
The University of Wisconsin Extension is continuing the student intern program for health care in 2009, after completing a successful pilot program in 2008. The Extension's Solid and Hazardous Waste Education Center (SHWEC) will support University of Wisconsin students to work in four Wisconsin health care facilities during the summer of 2009 to research solutions for specific waste-related problems.
161 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Contact: Steve Brachman, Waste Reduction Specialist