WHAT IS POLLUTION PREVENTION?
Pollution is the contamination of air, soil, or water by the discharge of harmful substances. Pollution prevention is the reduction or elimination of pollution at the source (source reduction) instead of at the end-of-the-pipe or stack.Read More
NPPR Mission statement
The National Pollution Prevention Roundtable (NPPR) is a national forum that promotes the development, implementation, and evaluation of efforts to avoid, eliminate, or reduce waste generated to air, land, and water.
The sustainable and efficient use of energy, materials and resources is vital to the protection and enhancement of human health and the environment, and the conservation of natural resources.
These efforts are integral to accelerate the shift towards sustainable consumption and production to promote environmentally responsible social and economic development.
NPPR Goals & Objectives:
NPPR aims to improve all aspects of collaboration around pollution prevention issues and projects.
Board of Directors:
NPPR is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors that represents regions across the country.
Results of P2 programs and projects have been tracked over time. There are lessons to be learned and information to be shared.