Online Webinar/Roundtable-Tribal P2Action Announces Webinar and Roundtable Series- September 2020

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Tues., Sept. 22, 2020, 10:00 a.m. PT – Pollution Prevention Training and Implementation: Without effective implementation of a P2 Action plan, tribal business and other organizations that complete P2 assessments and plans will not realize the pollution reductions and cost savings opportunities they have identified and hope to achieve. In this 90-minute webinar, the TribalP2Action Team will describe how to use, manage, and update a P2 Action Plan to successfully implement identified energy, water, and hazardous substance opportunities as well as how to monitor implementation progress and performance. In addition, the TribalP2Action will share guidance on how to educate and involve employees, customers, community members, and other stakeholder in P2 activities.

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