Pollution Prevention (P2)
P2 in Action: Webinar Series
Join us on the second Wednesday of the month to hear from experts about innovations and successes in implementing source reduction strategies to advance sustainability across sectors.
Reducing Embodied Greenhouse Gas Emissions
- EPA seeks input on draft approach for label program for low embodied carbon construction materials.
- Learn about embodied carbon.
- Use tools and resources about embodied carbon from construction materials.
- Sign up to receive news updates.
Environmentally Preferable Purchasing Program
What is pollution prevention?
Pollution prevention (P2), also known as source reduction, is any practice that reduces, eliminates, or prevents pollution at its source prior to recycling, treatment or disposal.
Learn more about P2 and why the U.S. Congress declared it the most desirable approach for addressing pollution whenever feasible.
P2 grants for state and tribal programs help businesses obtain information about and adopt source reduction practices to protect the environment and save money.
The P2 Hub Resources Center offers case studies, webinars, tools, and articles about P2 solutions and practices, as well as information about the P2 Hub Helpline.
The EPP Program supports federal procurement of sustainable products and services and is helping to create a more sustainable marketplace for all.
The Green Chemistry Challenge Awards recognizes and encourages chemical technologies that incorporate the principles of green chemistry into chemical design, manufacture and use.
Safer Choice helps consumers, businesses, and purchasers find products that perform and contain ingredients that are safer for human health and the environment.
EPA is working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by providing grants to support Environmental Product Declarations and through carbon labeling.
News and Events
Learn about the latest news and events from the P2 Program: