Be A Leader in the Plastics and Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Composites Industry
Attention: Plant Manager and/or Environmental Manager
The Pollution Prevention Assistance Division (P²AD) is currently developing a free training program for the Plastics and Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Composites Industry. To receive this assistance, we need your input. Please have someone familiar with your production processes take a few minutes to answer our online survey. The information you provide will help us design our program to provide your company with the best service possible.
P²AD is a non-regulatory, state agency that partners with and provides technical assistance to commercial businesses, industry, agriculture, government, and the general public, partially paid for by your tax dollars. For more information on our programs and services, visit our website www.p2ad.org.
How can you benefit from P2AD’s free services?
P²AD will help you reduce waste disposal costs, minimize raw material waste, and comply with the recently developed EPA MACT air standards . These services are provided, free of charge, to any Georgia facility or institution. P²AD’s engineering and environmental management staffs are pecialists in replacing wastes with profits.
Will you share this data with regulators at EPD?
The work P²AD does for you is confidential and free of any association with regulatory or compliance activities. In fact, not only does our enabling legislation makes an explicit provision for confidentiality, if you join our Partnership Program, we will assist you in working with the Georgia EPD or U.S. EPA to implement innovative waste reduction practices. Any reports generated by us or information you provide are considered the property of your company and can only be shared with others, including the Georgia EPD or EPA, with your expressed written permission.
Who should I contact with questions about the survey?
Pollution Prevention Assistance Division
7 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, SW, Suite 450
Atlanta, GA 30334-9004
Phone: (404) 165-5120 or (800) 165-2443 outside Atlanta
Fax: (404) 165-5130