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View Resource National Low Impact Development (LID) Atlas

This Low Impact Development (LID) Atlas was created for the National Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO) Network by the Connecticut NEMO program and the California Center for Water and...
View Resource Nonpoint Pollution for Municipal Officials (NEMO): Tools and Resources

Basic NEMO (Nonpoint source pollution Education for Municipal Officials) presentations, fact sheets, and soap box articles regarding the link between land use and water quality. NEMO has come to...
View Resource Joint Service Pollution Prevention and Sustainability Technical Library

The P2 Library is a comprehensive clearinghouse for pertinent and timely environmental information to help installations and facilities proactively plan for the future of their missions and...
View Resource EFOG:Energy Facility Contractors Group

A volunteer organization composed of DOE contractors working together to improve the cost effectiveness of DOE operations by promoting, coordinating, and facilitating the active exchange of...
View Resource Fact Sheet: Ventilation and Air Quality in Offices

In 1989, the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) published its "Standard 62-1989: Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality". This is a voluntary...
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