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Pollution Prevention by Design



An integrated set of tools tohelp engineers, designers, and planners incorporate pollution prevention (P2) strategies into the design stage of new products, processes, and facilities.
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Address:
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Battelle Boulevard, MSIN K8-03
Richland, Washington 99352
USA
Phone: 509-375-3703 or 509-372-4233
Fax: 509-375-2059 or 509-372-4995
E-Mail: sj_widener@pnl.gov
Website: http://p2.pnl.gov:2080/DFE/
   


Detailed Information:
Design for Environment (DfE) is the systematic consideration during design of issues associated withenvironmental safety and health over the entire product life cycle. DfE can be thought of as the migration of traditional pollution prevention concepts upstream into the development phase of productsbefore production and use.


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