Sustainability Partners and Affiliates of the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute
The New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I) is funded by New York State’s Environmental Protection Fund (EPF) and partners with research universities, and manufacturing extension partnerships (MEPs) across New York to deliver practical, results-focused outcomes for our clients. We play an important role in New York State’s powerful strategy for building sustainability through environmental stewardship, community engagement, and economic development.
Partnering with New York State
NYSP2I’s work to cultivate a more sustainable New York State is made possible through New York State’s Environmental Protection Fund as administered by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC). Thanks to this funding, NYSP2I is able to connect our clients to a vast network of research facilities and test beds, professional expertise, and educational resources across the Empire State.
New York State Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP)
NYSP2I links manufacturers to New York State’s vast network of technology, research, engineering, and equipment assets through the New York Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NYS MEP). From process improvements and supply chain assessment to technology acceleration and startup assistance, NYS MEP is a platform for ensuring that New York State businesses can remain competitive in a fast-changing global marketplace, while seizing opportunities to prosper in the emerging sustainable and clean technology economy.
Current partner MEPs include the following:
- Advanced Institute for Manufacturing at Mohawak Valley Community College (AIM at MVCC)
- Alliance for Manufacturing and Technology (AM&T)
- Center for Economic Growth (CEG)
- Central New York Technology Development Organization (CNYTDO)
- CITEC, Inc.
- Manufacturing and Technology Enterprise Center
- Industrial & Technology Assistance Corporation (ITAC)
- Insyte Consulting
- Manufacturing and Technology Resource Consortium at Stony Brook (MTRC at Stony Brook University)
The NYSP2I team of engineers and researchers has helped to advance the innovative technologies and processes that are driving sustainable manufacturing today through our applied research program. Since launching in 2008, NYSP2I has secured more than $2.7 million in funding to complete over 40 research and development projects for manufacturers, municipalities, and nonprofits in New York State. Our research and development efforts and extended resources rely on our partnerships with leading universities across New York State. These are collaborations that we can leverage to develop, validate, and demonstrate practical, implementable solutions to the real challenges that our clients face.