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Filmgoers Learn Shocking Truth Behind Food Waste. Panelists Urge Community to Shop and Eat Smarter, Tompkins County
April 10, 2015
Did you know that nearly 40% of all food produced in North America is never eaten? Or that 97% of food waste in the United States ends up in the landfill or incinerated? Read More »
GTAC mentioned in Stepping Stone, Rochester Business Journal
April 3, 2015
With as many as 300 new jobs possible pending the approval of a new recycling facility in Livingston County, the president of CM&M Industries Inc. has announced an additional 25 positions to be created by an extension of the Avon plan in St. Lawrence County. Read More »
Pollution Prevention Institute launches website dedicated to supply chain sustainability
March 9, 2015
The New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I) has launched a new website to provide New York state businesses with a resource for gaining information about the benefits of supply chain sustainability and how to find assistance implementing sustainable practices. Read More »
Horizons, Grassroots Partner to Teach Students About Environmental Stewardship, Warner School of Education, U of R News
January 29, 2015
Rochester city school students participating in "Horizons at Warner" at the University of Rochester will learn first-hand about the benefits of rain gardens this summer. Read More »
NYSP2I announces 16 statewide recipients of 2014-15 Community Grants Program
January 14, 2015
The New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I), striving to continue improving the health and environmental quality of New York state, has announced the recipients of its 2014-2015 Community Grants Program. Read More »
Sustainable Long Island to Launch Rainwater Capture and Storm Water Management Program, Sustainable Long Island News
January 8, 2015
Sustainable Long Island has been awarded $15,000 from the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute's (NYSP2I) Community Grants Program to launch a new initiative entitled "Reduce Rain Runoff." This rainwater capture and storm water management program will implement conservation practices within Long Beach and East Islip and emphasize the importance of more wisely and carefully using Long Island's natural resource of water. Read More »

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