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Resource Conservation Challenge

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to Prevent Pollution

The Resource Conservation Challenge (RCC) is a national effort to conserve natural resources and energy by managing materials more efficiently. RCC partners with government, industry, businesses, and others to find smarter, faster ways to accomplish RCC goals.

At EPA, RCC is a joint effort among OPPT, the Office of Solid Waste, and EPA Regions to work on and coordinate efforts to:

OPPT has the lead on three projects that are key to achieving RCC goals:

TCNC is a key strategy to achieve RCC's overarching goal of eliminating or reducing chemicals of national concern from commercial products, waste streams, and industrial releases.


Read more information on the Resource Conservation Challenge and other sections of this report for additional information on FEC and EPEAT.

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