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Fiberglass Fabrication: Acknowledgments
Table of Contents
Background and Overview
Glossary of Terms
Operations
Reasons for Change
P2 Opportunities
Where To Go for P2 Help
Acknowledgments
Complete List of Links

Acknowledgements

Pollution prevention in the molded fiberglass fabrication industry offers a way to reduce the significant amount of materials, chemicals, energy, and water consumed during manufacturing, as well as wastes, emissions, employee exposure, and environmental releases.

The author of this topic hub extends special thanks to all of the contributors who helped make this product technically accurate and a credible resource.


Technical Contributors and Reviewers

Judy Kennedy, Environmental Engineer
Hazardous Waste and Toxics Reduction Unit
Washington State Department of Ecology

Greg Wingstrom
Air Compliance Section
Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM)

Karen Tehila
Community Health and Education Coordinator
IDEM

Karl DeWahl, Manufacturing Team Leader/Senior Engineer
Minnesota Technical Assistance Program (MnTAP)
University of Minnesota

Jeff Becker, Engineer
MnTAP, University of Minnesota

Bob Goldberg
(formerly with)
Washington Department of Ecology






Editorial Reviewers

Diana Olegre
Washington State Department of Ecology

Jean Waters
Pollution Prevention Specialist
University of Nebraska at Omaha


Mary Rankin
Kansas State University Pollution Prevention Institute
Manhattan, KS

Crispin Stutzman (formerly with)
Pollution Prevention Resource Center



Original Producer

Chris Wiley (formerly with)
Pacific Pollution Prevention Resource Center


Web Function Reviewer

Crispin Stutzman
Pollution Prevention Resource Center
Seattle, WA
Phone: 206-352-2050


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Linking Organizations (not comprehensive)

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Hub Last Updated: 6/4/2013