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Background and Overview
Reasons to Measure Environmental Performance
Developing a Measurement System
Opportunities
Calculators and Tools
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Air monitoring / Air quality / Air quality management / Annual reports / Auditing / Benchmarking (Management) / Chemical tracking / Compliance / Cost savings / Economic analysis / Efficiency / Emissions / Energy consumption / Environmental health / Environmental management / Environmental modeling / Environmental monitoring / Greenhouse gases / Incentives / Life cycle assessment / Materials / Measurement / Quality / Recycling (Waste, etc.) / Reporting / Risk assessment / Risk communication / Risk factors / Safety measures / Toxicity / Waste / Waste management / Water quality


Alphabetical Listing of Reference Documents by Title
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Beyond the Bean Count: Measuring Performance of Regulatory Compliance Programs (by Michael Stahl) [PDF]
Abstract: Article examines challenges in measuring performance of government and agencies compliance programs for environmental, health, safety and economic regulations - discusses how programs must go beyond measurement of enforcement activities and records.
Source: The Public Manager
URL: http://www.thepublicmanager.org/docs_articles/archive/Vol28,
1999/Vol28,Issue03/V28N3_BeyondTheBean_Stahl.pdf

National P2 Results Data System
Abstract: P2Rx centers all offer regional modules to record pollution prevention activity and outcome measures. The goal is to provide an efficient and effective way for analyzing and presenting results of P2 efforts for regions and the entire country.
Source: The Pollution Prevention Resource Exchange
URL: http://www.p2rx.org/measurement/

NIST-NOAA-INDUSTRY Workshop on Atmospheric Measures and Standards: Improving the Scientific Basis for Informed Decisions on Atmospheric Issues
Abstract: The goal of this workshop was to identify current and future atmospheric issues relevant to the U.S. economy and industry, and to identify the technical specifications of needed fundamental measurements, standards, and air quality programs.
Source: National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) and National Oceanic & Atmospheric ?? (NOAA)
URL: http://www.cstl.nist.gov/div837/Division/meetings/pastmeetin
gs/AtmWorkshop/AtmosphericWorkshop.htm

 


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