Helping Pennsylvania Small Businesses with their Environmental Concerns
EMAP provides free, confidential assistance to small businesses across the state of Pennsylvania.
Our environmental specialists can provide one-on-one consulting in the following areas:
Summary of Services
- Compliance assistance
- Green your business
- New technology development
- Pollution prevention
- Worker health & safety
EMAP assists small business owners in understanding and complying with the environmental rules and regulations specific to their business, helping them avoid costly fines.
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Whether you’re looking to improve your compliance with local and federal regulations, or to increase the energy efficiency of your small business, ultimately the result should be a better impact on the environment and a ‘greener’ bottom line for you.
Every small business has many opportunities to improve their operations to reduce carbon emissions, reduce pollution, eliminate costly waste, and produce an enhanced product or service. EMAP has created a Building Block approach to incorporate a holistic approach to greening your business, from energy savings to compliance issues to purchasing and recycling. Click here for more information on how to green your business.
Pollution is a drain to a firm's bottom line. Whether it's air emissions, solid or hazardous wastes, or wastewater discharges, pollution is a waste resulting from inefficiencies in a firm's operations. And what business is ever purposely wasteful? EMAP can help small businesses use pollution prevention to improve their efficiency and save money.
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EMAP assists firms in the development and commercialization of new energy and environmental technologies by helping prepare and review proposals, finding new markets and opportunities, and identifying potential funding sources and partners.
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All businesses must comply with the regulations of the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA). The OSHA Consultation Program provides no-cost health and safety assistance to small companies.
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