First Place: Palo Alto Regional Water Quality Control Plant (Palo Alto, CA)
First place was awarded to the Palo Alto Regional Water Quality Control Plant's Pollution Prevention Program for their reduction of pollutant discharges to local creeks and the San Francisco Bay in California.
Second Place: Iowa Waste Reduction Center (Cedar Falls, IA)
The Iowa Waste Reduction Center's Spray Technique Analysis and Research (STAR) Training Program is a unique approach to improving the efficiency of manual spray coating operations. https://iwrc.uni.edu/star4d/history
Second Place: Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (Austin, TX)
The Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission's Texas-Mexico Border Pollution Prevention Initiative is a series of training and technical assistance projects in the four Mexican states bordering Texas.
Third Place: Chesapeake Bay Program (Multi-state)
The Chesapeake Bay Program won third place for its voluntary Businesses for the Bay Program, which contains a Business-to-Business Mentor Program focused on reducing toxic releases to the Chesapeake Bay. https://businesses.allianceforthebay.org/
Third Place: United States Postal Services Northeast Area (Multi-state)
The United States Postal Services Northeast Area won third place for its innovative Postal Pollution Prevention Program (P4), which has led to significant reduction in hazardous wastes, the development of a P2 Guide, and a national P2 Plan template for all USPS Post Offices. https://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.592.8778&rep=rep1&type=pdf
Industrial Award: Lockheed Martin Corporation
Lockheed Martin Corporation won the Industrial MVP2 Award for its leadership in the elimination of ozone-depleting chemicals.