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Models for Industry/Government Collaboration on Pollution Prevention. 1993.

TURI Methods and Policy Report No. 3. Pollution prevention is often described as a collaborative or cooperative process, linking industry and government in a common search for environmentally sound production. While the concept is often lauded, there is no single or simple model for effecting such collaboration. Instead, a wide array of new models are emerging. This review briefly describes several of these new industry / government collaborative models now emerging in the United States, Canada and Europe.

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