Solvent losses can be minimized through administrative controls and best management practices (BMPs). Keeping vapors contained, minimizing spills, leaks, and solvent use can lead to greater savings and reduced pollution.
Pollution prevention (P2) practices for vehicle and small engine maintenance operations. Specific topics are used oil and transmission fluid, brake and clutch systems, antifreeze, waste fuel, parts cleaners, waste paint, and paint thinners.
Describes how a small business that uses paints and solvents can determine if its operations require an air operating permit. Also outlines the procedure for calculating the amount of VOCs and hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) purchased.
Self-assessment checklist for Kansas colleges and universities which house small businesses or separate operations. This checklist helps campuses identify environmental compliance concerns and pollution prevention (P2) opportunities.