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P2U: Leadership & Voluntary Programs Driving P2 Initiatives

  • 17 Nov 2021
  • 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
  • NPPR Online P2U


  • For current NPPR members.
  • For those that are not current NPPR members.

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Join NPPR for the next P2U (Pollution Prevention University) Training Series session. This virtual session will focus on how voluntary leadership programs drive pollution prevention initiatives within their states. Learn about the programs, how programs attract members, what programs do remain current and more. 


  • Members - Free
  • Non-members - $20*

*Webinars, subsequent recordings and resources shared are offered at no cost to NPPR members. Non-members are invited to participate for a nominal fee. Not sure if you’re a member?  Log-in to check your membership status. Contact if you need assistance. 

Featured Speakers

Marcia Allocco, North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality
Marcia Allocco is a Section Chief within NCDEQ’s Division of Environmental Assistance and Customer Service with oversight of permitting and small business assistance staff, DEQ’s Customer Service Line and the department’s Environmental Stewardship Initiative (ESI).  ESI is a leadership and recognition program designed to assist NC organizations to go beyond compliance by providing networking, training and one-on-one assistance. In 2022, the NC ESI will celebrate 20 years of assisting NC organizations via pollution prevention and sustainability strategies to reduce environmental impacts and support NC’s economy.
Robyn Whitted, Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection

Robyn Whitted is a pollution prevention specialist and the coordinator of Kentucky Excellence in Environmental Leadership (KY EXCEL); the Commonwealth’s free environmental leadership and recognition program. Within the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection, KY EXCEL assists organizations in going beyond compliance by providing resources, training and one-on-one assistance. KY EXCEL acts as a community for Kentucky’s environmental stewards, from beginners to experts, by providing a place to explore environmental issues, engage in environmentally beneficial projects and network with like-minded individuals.

Meghann Quinn, Virginia Department of Environmental Quality

Meghann Quinn manages Virginia DEQ's Office of Pollution Prevention which coordinates a number of voluntary programs and initiatives to assist businesses, institutions and communities with efforts to minimize their environmental footprint. Programs such as the Virginia Environmental Excellence Program (VEEP) encourage "going above and beyond" environmental compliance. VEEP encourages companies to strive for superior environmental performance by providing participants with program assistance, potential permit fee discounts and public recognition.


Interested stakeholders in the P2 network including Pollution Prevention (P2) and Source Reduction Assistance (SRA) grantees and representatives of any governmental, institutional, or other programs with a mission to further the advancement of P2.

P2U is an ongoing series of monthly P2 webinars brought to you by NPPR at no cost to members.  Non-members are invited to participate for a nominal fee. Learn more about how this training series supports networking and professional development for P2 practitioners

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Bureau of Sustainability

Mail Code 401-02H

401 East State St.

Trenton, NJ 08625-0420

Attn: Laura Henne

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